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The leader of a gang which stole £1.25m from two of Britain's major banks in a "sophisticated and organised" cyber attack, is jailed for five-and-a-half years.
A convicted paedophile abused children at a private school in London where he taught, its chair of governors confirms.
Chelsea are unlikely to face punishment if manager Jose Mourinho names a weakened team at Liverpool on Sunday.
A new exhibition will celebrate two German painters, Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke, by bringing together 65 of their works in a two-man exhibition.
The display at Christie's, in London, takes place 50 years after the artists' joint exhibition in 1966 at Galerie h in Hanover, Germany. The exhibition runs from tomorrow.
A convicted paedophile abused children at a private school in London where he taught, its chair of governors says.
William Vahey, 64, taught students at Southbank International School from 2009 to last year. He was found dead last month.
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Tony Colston-Hayter, 48, led a cyber gang which used a "Trojan horse" device to hijack computers at branches of Barclays and Santander. They also stole credit and bank card details from about one million intercepted letters and used the money to buy Rolex watches and jewellery.
At Southwark Crown Court, Judge Juliet May QC said: "There is no doubt in my mind that you played a key operational role in taking forward and implementing these plans."
A free school set to open in five months time has found a site in Merton Park, but it will not be ready before September 2015, reports the Wimbledon Guardian.
Chelsea are not expected to face punishment from the Premier League if manager Jose Mourinho decides to field a weakened team at Liverpool on Sunday. League regulations have been relaxed since Blackpool were fined in 2011.
Mourinho has hinted he will prioritise Wednesday's Champions League semi-final second leg with Atletico Madrid, which is goalless after Tuesday's away leg.
Coming up on BBC London 94.9, as part of her feature The Barking Hour, Jo Good will be speaking to Rebecca Smith whose dog Winnie has been cloned to create Minnie Winnie.
Also on the programme, Jo will be asking what makes you happy? She will be joined by former MP, actor and writer Gyles Brandreth who will discuss his one-man show Looking for Happiness.
A mother has been charged with perverting the course of justice after the death of her six-year-old daughter Ellie Butler, who collapsed at home in Sutton on 28 October.
Jennie Gray, 34, is due to appear on bail before Croydon Magistrates' Court on 6 May. Ellie's father, Ben Butler, has been charged with murdering his daughter and is due at the Old Bailey on 29 May.
A woman believed to be the mother of three children found dead at a south-west London home has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
The children are believed to have had a serious genetic condition, thought to be Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). Kelly Fletcher's daughter Lily Mae was diagnosed with SMA, she explained the condition to the BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
BBC Political Correspondent Ben Geoghegan said that a close friend of the Clarence family has said that Gary Clarence had arrived in the UK from South Africa this morning.
The friend said Mr Clarence was in a "complete state of shock". Police are continuing to question Tania Clarence, 42, who is suspected of murdering three of her children in south-west London.
Squatters have moved into a police station in north London which closed last year.
The Met Police said it was notified on Monday that squatters had moved in to the former Hampstead Police Station in Rosslyn Hill.
An orchestral work by the Pet Shop Boys about the life of wartime codebreaker Alan Turing is to have its world premiere at this year's BBC Proms.
The two-month music festival, which begins on 18 July, will also feature appearances by Paloma Faith and Rufus Wainwright. There will be 92 concerts in total, most of which take place at London's Royal Albert Hall.
BTP Northern Line tweets: Today we are working with @CityWestminster and @MPSWestminster targeting crime in the area of #Westminster and tube network #OpBigWing
The leader of a cyber gang which stole £1.25 million from British banks has been jailed for five and a half years at Southwark Crown Court.
Tony Colston-Hayter, 48, led the gang which used a "Trojan horse" device to hijack computers at branches of Barclays and Santander and siphon off cash.
Seven British divers from the 2012 Olympics, including bronze medallist Tom Daley, will compete in London's Aquatics Centre for the first time since the Games when the World Diving Series event gets under way on Friday.
On the roads, the M25 is closed clockwise between junction 21a, A405 and junction 22, A1081 at St Albans, because of smoke blowing across the road.
There is also disruption to Greater Anglia train services between Liverpool Street and Braintree, Clacton-on-Sea, Ipswich and Colchester due to person hit by a train at Witham. For more travel news visit BBC Travel website or follow BBC London Travel on Twitter.
A new project is to test blind spot safety technology in an effort to reduce the risk of collisions between High Goods Vehicles (HGVs), pedestrians and cyclists.
The scheme, which will be funded by Transport for London, will evaluate the effectiveness of the full range of blind spot safety technology which can be fitted to HGVs.
Tottenham Hotspur have lacked character in important matches this season, says goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. "We had a lot of bad defeats. We have to show more character," he said.
Spurs are sixth in the Premier League but took only one point from 24 against the top four.
There will be sunny spells and one or two showers this afternoon. The winds will remain light and it should feel warm with highs of maximum Temperature: 17C (63F).
Coming up on BBC London News at 13:30, we will have the latest on the FBI's attempts to trace victims of a paedophile who taught at a London school. William Vahey took his own life but police in the USA say he admitted abusing boys at international schools around the world.
Also on the programme, a sneak preview of the mini prima ballerinas from London Children's Ballet during their final rehearsals for tonight's premiere performance.
On BBC London 94.9, Dotun Adebayo will be joined by historian and author Chris Laoutaris to discuss his new book Shakespeare and the Countess, which is the first ever biography of Lady Elizabeth Russell, the woman who waged battle against Shakespeare.
The chairman of Saracens rugby club, Nigel Wray, has told BBC Extra Time that the £5m salary cap in the English Premiership Rugby Union is helpful at keeping down costs, but could cause talented players to go elsewhere.
"It is a short-lived profession and actually it is quite wrong that you stop people getting what they are worth," he said.
The jury in the trial of two men accused of murdering a businessman is due to start considering verdicts later.
Harjinder Singh Bhurji, 32, was stabbed in Ilford, east London, for allegedly refusing to hand over his car keys.
Rory Gordon, 22, of Bow, and Jae-don Fearon, 20 of Manor Park Drive, Harlesden, deny murder. Andre Campbell, 22 of Aldriche Way, Waltham Forest, denies handling stolen goods.
Tower RNLI tweets: Last night the crew had a call at 20:48 and rescued a man from the water with @MPSonthewater #teamwork .
Group London Grammar are up for the best song musically and lyrically award at this year's Ivor Novello awards, for their track Strong.
The annual ceremony will take place at London's Grosvenor House Hotel, in Park Lane, on 22 May.
The first customer volunteers have begun Transport for London's pilot of contactless payment on the Tube and rail network.
Around 5,000 customers are trialling the new way of touching in and out on the network ahead of the launch of the scheme later in the year. Contactless payment is already used on London's buses.
The grim discovery of a severed finger led to a North Cheam park being sealed off by police, reports the Wandsworth Guardian.
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South West Trains tweets: #Waterloo. Delays to and from London Waterloo expected until 12:30.
Simon Lamrock sent us this photo of a car in collision with a van at the junction of of Woburn Place and Bernard Street, near Russell Square.
The Met Police said there were no serious injuries following the incident which happened at 05:20. TfL tweeted that the road has now reopened.
Post mortems are due to take place later on three children who were found dead in New Malden on Tuesday, the Met Police has said.
The examinations will take place at Great Ormond Street Hospital this afternoon. A 42-year-old woman is being questioned by officers on suspicion of murdering her children.
Service has been suspended on the Central Line Westbound between North Acton and West Ruislip. There are also minor delays on the rest of the line due to a signal failure at North Acton.
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The public are being given the opportunity to take a public tour of the historic Thames Tunnel, which runs under the Thames between Rotherhithe and Wapping Stations.
The tours will run from 24-26 May and tickets go on sale on from 10:00 on the London Transport Museum website and will cost £18 per person.
A collection of street art works by Banksy, removed from walls, is to go on display at a London hotel before being sold at auction.
Banksy has not commented, however auction house Bonhams said buyers should be wary of buying artwork which had not been authenticated.
South West Trains tweets: #Waterloo #ClaphamJunction NEW - power supply issues between Waterloo & Clapham Junction, trains subject to delay, cancellation & alteration
British counter-terrorism police chiefs are making an appeal to Muslim women to urge their relatives not to travel to Syria to fight. Shiraz Maher, from Kings College London, said the strategy was ill conceived.
"The inference that the average parent, in particular, will draw and this is who the campaign is directed at, is that if they take any information about their child to the police they will risk having their child locked up or imprisoned under very draconian legislation," he said.
Pupil numbers at private schools in London have soared since the start of the recession, while institutions in the North have been left struggling, the TES reports.
TfL Travel Alerts tweets: Step free access has been restored at Green Park to the @piccadillyline platform @TfLAccess
Parts of a fast reactor control room at Dounreay in Caithness, in the Scottish Highlands, look set to be dismantled and rebuilt at the Science Museum in London.
The panels and the control desk from the former experimental nuclear power plant near Thurso would be displayed temporarily at the museum.
Tower Bridge will open at the following times:
Traffic will be halted while the bridge is open.
A man has been charged with murder following the death of a 49-year-old man in Mortlake, the Met Police have said.
The victim was found at the Tapestry public house, on Lower Richmond Road on 22 April and died in hospital on 23 April. Nicholas Hunter, 36, from Clapham, is due to appear at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court later.
As counter-terrorism police urge Muslim women to step in if they think their male relatives are planning to join the civil war in Syria, Vanessa Feltz will be asking what do you think of the appeal?
The call from Scotland Yard comes after the deaths of at least 10 men from Britain in the conflict. Join Vanessa on BBC London 94.9 from 09:00.
Police are continuing to question a 42-year-old woman suspected of murdering three of her children in south-west London.
Tania Clarence was arrested after the bodies of a girl, aged four, and twin boys, aged three, were found at home in Thetford Road, New Malden, on Tuesday.
Trains are not stopping on the Central Line at Bond Street because of station improvement works.
Flowers and toys have been left outside a home in Thetford Road, New Malden, after three children were found dead at the property on Tuesday.
Police are continuing to question a 42-year-old woman on suspicion of murder following the deaths of a girl, aged four, and twin boys, aged three.
On the roads, the M1 is blocked northbound from junction 10 at the Luton Airport Spur towards junction 11 at Dunstable following an accident.
There is queuing traffic on the M25 clockwise between junction 25 A10 at Enfield and junction 26 A121 at Waltham Abbey due to an earlier breakdown in the Holmesdale Tunnel.
Events in London will see police reach out to Muslim women to urge men against travelling to possibly fight in Syria in an unprecedented appeal.
It will be mainly dry through this morning with any mist quickly clearing. This afternoon will bring sunny spells and scattered, slow moving showers, with the odd heavy one possible. Winds will remain light and it will feel warm. Highs of 18C (64F).
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