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- Updates on Wednesday 8 April 2015
After a sunny evening across the city, low cloud will spread quickly westwards to affect most places by midnight with a few fog hill patches also likely during the early hours of tomorrow.
Minimum temperature: 2C (36F)
A homeless man who lived in a tent in South Norwood Country Park over the winter has found a flat,reports the Croydon Guardian.
Steven Mattin lived in the park for seven months and was refused help from Croydon Council, but was re-housed with the help of estate agents Caridon Property Services.
It helped him apply for emergency funding for a deposit on a flat and for housing benefit to cover some of the £724 rent.
The Green party will be hoping a music video shot by a London advertising agency helps it score election victory when it isaired tomorrow night.
Shoreditch-based Creature of London directed the film, which portrays actors playing David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage in a boy band called Coalition.
Their song has "been at number one for about 200 years", the party say.
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The 25-year-old, raised in Edmonton, will be talking about his road from homelessness to fulfilling his dream.
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The peers' dining room at the House of Lords isopening up to the public for the first time.
Diners can choose from a three-course menu including slow cooked ox-cheek, game terrine, potted sea trout and crab - at £35 per person - but are advised to "dress smart".
The rooms will be open between 14 April and 8 May.
There are delays on First Great Western services of up to 30 minutes between Paddington and Slough due to earlier signalling problems.
Two lanes are closed and traffic is queuing due to a multi-vehicle accident on the M25 clockwise between J20 on the A41 (Kings Langley) and J21 on the M1.
The A4200Kingsway is still closed with severe delays in both directions in central London.
Freddie Mercury, the former frontman of Queen, will have a blue plaque dedicated to him in his hometown of Feltham,reports Get West London.
The English Heritage sign will likely be placed near his home on Gladstone Avenue where he lived in the 1960s.
Three men have been arrested after stealing a "large quantity" of cannabis plants from a house being used as a factory for the drug,the Met Police say.
The men forced their way into the house and took around 100 plants, shuttling them into a Honda Civic, at the address in Harold Hill in east London.
After seeing police, the men dumped the Honda and drove away in another car before being arrested on the M11. All three are in a north-east London police station where they remain in custody.
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Edwin Mee allegedly targeted 11 women, some as young as 15, while working as a recruiting sergeant in Croydon. Mr Mee denies all the charges.
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Tonight onDrivetime just after 17:00, Eddie Nestor will be talking to Fatima Salaria, director of the BBC Two documentary Jihadi Brides airing this evening.
The documentary hears from some of the parents of girls who have run away from home to join the so-called Islamic State.
Eddie will also be talking to experts about air pollution, as London is set to have the worst fog in a year on Friday.
A reward of£20,000 has been offered by police for information leading to the killer of a man shot dead in east London five years ago.
Errol McKenzie was shot three times in the chest at close range on 11 April 2010, at the Seymour Road playing fields in Leyton.
He had travelled back from Tottenham the night he died but police don't know how.
Ex-Premier League footballer Andrea Dossenahas been arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at London department store Harrods, the BBC has learned.
The Leyton Orient defender, who used to play for Liverpool, was held in Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, yesterday.
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A teacher has appeared in court in connection with alleged historic child sex abuse at a southwest London public school.
Carol Chandler, 53, is accused of indecently assaulting a boy under the age of 16 in the 1980s at the St Paul's School in Barnes.
She appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court and her case was adjourned until 21 April at Southwark Crown Court.
The second after I spoke on the Today Programme about Labour's plan to abolish long-term non-dom status I was phoned by a banker I've known for years who said he was desperately worried that thereform would be hugely damaging for London.
Well he pointed to foreign tycoons such as Lakshmi Mittal who have moved to London and brought chunks of their multinational businesses here - and have therefore created useful employment.
Among the UK's 120,000 or so non-doms,not all are tax-avoiding multi-millionaires and billionaires.
Some are foreign doctors or nurses recruited by the NHS, some are foreigners with skills badly needed by British companies, others are students - all of whom come to Britain for a while, often for the benefit of this country, but regard their homes as some other part of the world.
Ed Miliband says he does not want to send a signal to these non-doms that they are not welcome here.
Edwin Mee, the Army sergeant accused of rape and sexual assault, "kept girls to himself" rather than pass them on for a final stage of interview, as is protocol, Southwark Crown Court heard.
Mee allegedly asked one of the girls to see the body piercing in her stomach area and then slapped her bottom when she took a test.
After she complained, he allegedly told her "it is you who needs the Army".
An Army recruitment sergeant described as "bullying"abused his position of trust and power to rape young female cadets in Croydon, a court heard.
Edwin Mee (pictured), 45, allegedly carried out the attacks on 11 victims, some as young as 15, when he was working at an Army recruitment centre.
Prosecutor Rosina Cottage told court he "gauged" the girls' vulnerability to talk to them about sex, touch them and "most serious of all to rape those over whom he had established the strongest control".
London Fire Brigade said no one was injured and it managed to transfer all 89 passengers onto another train to continue their journeys.
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Have been out today with the Croydon Central frontrunners. Conservative Gavin Barwell@BackBarwell and Labour's Sarah Jones @LabourSJ #GE2015 I'll tell @BBCLondon949 what they said later.
UKIP candidate Peter Staveley told me he is spending more time campaigning in a neighbouring constituency than his own. Other candidates will be listed onbbc.co.uk/elections in coming days.
Mr Vaizey told Robert Elms on his BBC London 94.9 show: "What is galling for artists is when they go to an area like Shoreditch and after being there for 10 years the prices have gone through the roof. I do agree this is an issue."
He says artists' spaces should be planned for when housing developments are built, along with facilities such as GP's surgeries.
"We should think wider than theatre," he adds.
It will be another dry afternoon with cloud developing at times but still plenty of strong sunshine. It will be warm again for most and feel pleasant in light winds.
Maximum temperature: 19C (66F)
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A lorry has crashed into a rail bridge which had a passenger train travelling across it at the time.
London Fire Brigade (LFB) said it was called at about 11:25 after a "grabber" on the lorry hit the bridge in Village Way, north Dulwich.
LFB said no one was injured and it managed to transfer all 89 passengers onto another train to continue their journeys.
Passenger Paul Coggins said he was trapped on the train for over an hour.
Network Rail said an engineer is currently on site inspecting the bridge further and should any structural defect be found, then it will have to stop trains for repairs to be made.
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The debate on whether London gets too much arts funding compared to the rest of the UK is 'misleading', Culture minister Ed Vaizey has told Robert Elms in a wide-ranging interview about arts and culture.
On the subject of cuts to arts funding, Culture minister Ed Vaizey told Robert Elms onBBC London 94.9: "It has been a difficult time."
He says he is trying to get more black, Asian and minority ethnic people in the media as "by no means are we at the end" of the process.
Mr Vaizey says he will also look at what the obstacles are for people from low income, disadvantaged backgrounds getting into the theatre.
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Culture minister Ed Vaizey is speaking to Robert Elms onBBC London 94.9.
He says his job has got more credibility over the past few years as the arts are "doing well" with the film industry, animation, video gaming industry "booming".
He says: "Our creative industries are our "calling card" around the world."
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Train services are suspended on Southern between London Bridge and West Croydon, and between London Bridge and Beckenham Junction due to a road vehicle hitting a bridge at Queen's Road, Peckham.
Nick Clegg's wife hit the campaign trail today in London, insisting the Liberal Democrats "deserve" to be re-elected in May after putting the country above their party for five years "at great personal cost".
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez appeared alongside Home Office Minister Lynne Featherstone, who is battling to defend a near 7,000 majority in the north London seat of Hornsey and Wood Green.
Ms Gonzalez Durantez rarely appears alongside her husband, but is expected to campaign for women candidates until 7 May.
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Researchers at the London School of Economics say the palliative care system needs a major overhaul to meet growing demand from an ageing population.
There aresevere delays on the A5203 eastbound due to an accident on York Way at King's Cross. The road is closed eastbound at the A5200 York Way junction.
There is also severe disruption in Holborn, both ways on the A4200 between the A4 at Aldwych junction and Holborn station due to last week'sfire.
Pupils in England who get poor results in their Sats at the end of primary schoolwill face a resit in secondary school if the Conservatives form the next government.
It would mean 100,000 pupils taking a new test in English and maths during their first secondary year.
The Hammersmith Flyover will be closed westbound for the next three weekends,says Transport for London.
The closures, caused by work to waterproof and resurface the road, will start on 22:30 on Friday until 05:00 on Monday from the 10, 17 and 24 April.
Data on all passengers leaving the UK will be collected and handed to the Home Officeunder a scheme being phased in at ports and border crossings.
Transport staff will record details of all travellers leaving by commercial air, sea and rail transport, particularly affecting people using cross-channel ferries and the Channel Tunnel.
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Edwin Mee allegedly attacked 11 victims while he was working at the Mitcham Barracks Army Careers Centre in 2010 and 2011. The 45-year-old from Croydon denies all 17 charges against him.