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- Updates on Monday 20 April 2015
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Tuesday
The London School of Economics, in Houghton Street, was evacuated shortly after the building collapse.
Ed is a cabbie and was parked in a taxi rank when he heard the building collapse in nearby Portugal Street.
"It sounded like a plane to begin with, then it kept rumbling on, then it sounded like a train and then there was a massive amount of dust coming round the corner from Portugal Street.
"I reckon that was at about 4:15. I was just waiting for someone to get in my cab so I didn't go and investigate."
Scotland Yard has clarified that a 56-year-old man was injured when the building collapsed in Portugal Street.
Jade Harrison, who works at the Royal College of Surgeons opposite the collapsed building, says: "There was a big crash and everyone was wondering what was going on.
"There have been building works opposite us. It's come down really badly, they've cleared the roads.
"The first thing that went through everyone's head was that it was a terrorist attack. Then we saw there had been a mishap with the construction. It was so unexpected."
People at the scene in Portugal Street, Holborn, have been tweeting images of the collapse.
A 56-year-old woman has been taken to hospital following a building collapse in Portugal Street, the Met Police says.
For many visiting London, a trip to the West End is a must with the city's theatres enjoying a boom in popularity and ticket sales.
The Travel Show's Henry Goldingtries to find out the reason behind the trend.
Royalist pensionerTerry Hutt has set up camp outside Paddington's St Mary's Hospital ahead of the birth of the royal baby.
The 79-year-old became a minor celebrity two years ago when he did the same for the birth of Prince George.
Mr Hutt, from Weston-super-Mare, says he hopes the baby will be born on 30 April - the day of his 80th birthday.
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John Seaman, 50, from Woburn, has been jailed for eight months for driving his lorry into a 79-year-old pedestrian which resulted in her leg being amputated.
That's the top story onBBC London 94.9 at 16:00.
A Stonebridgeartist who only ever created "one-offs" has died at the age of 48 from a brain tumour, the Kilburn Times reports.
David Bailey, specialised in pen and ink drawings and held an exhibition last year in Wembley which was attended by hundreds of people.
Aningenious fraudster has been sentenced to seven years in jail after conning guards into letting him walk free from Wandsworth Prison.
Neil Moore set up a fake court website and e-mailed instructions for his release in March 2014.
Championship sideBrentford have extended the loan deal of Everton striker Chris Long until 2 May.
The 20-year-old could have his youth loan extended further should the west London club reach the play-offs.
London mayor Boris Johnson has said giving the Scottish National Party (SNP) a role in the government would be like putting the child-killing King Herod in charge of a "baby farm".
The would-be Conservative MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip,writing in The Daily Telegraph, said Labour leader Ed Miliband would only be able to become prime minister with the support of the "literally anti-British" SNP, which would make him the "plaything" of its leader.
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Two days beforeTamara Holboll was stabbed to death by her schizophrenic son in Kentish Town, she rang a social worker to warn officials about her son's mental state, but was told there were no beds available for him in hospital.
A trainee mental health worker assessed the case and said the 76-year-old mother had seemed controlling and her son Peter didn't seem like he would hurt anyone, an inquest hears.
A senior social worker said she felt "hospital was the safest option" but she did not feel there was an imminent risk that day.
A woman was sexually assaulted as she travelled on a bus through Hounslow on 9 March, theMet Police has said.
The 22-year-old was travelling on the Route 285 at Wood Street, Kingston towards Heathrow Airport at about 17:30 when the suspect inappropriately touched her. She challenged the man and he got off at Hampton Road West.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the force.
A loaded Uzi pistol, £10,000 and 10kg worth of cannabis were found afterScotland Yard received a tip-off about two cars driving through Greenford yesterday evening.
A VW Passat was stopped on Ruislip Road, near Ravenor Park, and a Ford Galaxy on the M4 junction with Windmill Road.
Police arrested a 48-year-old woman and three men aged 19, 20 and 44 in relation to the incident and items uncovered. All four remain in custody.
Workers at theNational Gallery are walking out in a fresh wave of industrial action over a long-running row about privatisation.Public and Commerical Services Union members are striking for four days starting today and plan to strike again on 1 May to protest at the decision to sell off visitor services ahead of the General Election.
A "ghost" station which closed a century ago has been uncovered by engineers during work on the £6.5nThameslink rail project.
Southwark Park station served passengers from 1902 to 1915 before shutting for good.
Project manager Greg Thornett said: "We uncovered the footings for the former platforms while we were preparing the top of the viaduct for new track.
Much of the existing stretch of viaduct will be replaced....but the arch that used to house the old booking hall will remain."
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The lead story in the capital at 14:00 onBBC London 94.9: A man who conned companies out of almost £2m and then tricked staff at Wandsworth Prison into freeing him, is due to be sentenced at Southwark Crown Court later.
Thanks to Amber Gordon for commenting on theBBC London Facebook page about hyperemesis gravidarum - extreme morning sickness which can cause some women to vomit more than 30 times a day and leads to others terminating their pregnancies. Amber said: "I vomited every hour several times for the entire pregnancy. By the 7th month it was just part of my daily routines. While driving 20 mins to work I made two stops to throw up road side.
"My job allowed me to throw up in a garbage can at my desk so that I could continue working. Not my husband, family or work understood the amount of pain or stress I was in. I had to just keep pushing along."
The rest of the day will be fine and dry with plenty of sunshine and light winds. It will feel noticeably warmer than yesterday.
Top temperature: 18C (64F).
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Join me this afternoon at 13:30 onBBC One when we hear about a convicted fraudster who emailed prison staff with fake release papers and then walked out of Wandsworth Prison.
The court heard the plan was "ingenious", but this afternoon, Neil Moore will be sentenced atSouthwark Crown Court. We'll have the latest on BBC London.
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Artist David Hockney has a new exhibition coming up featuring 3D-style photographs.
The 77-year-old said: "Each photograph has a vanishing point, so instead of just one I get many vanishing points. It is this that I think gives them an almost 3D effect without the glasses."
You can catch the exhibition at theAnnely Juda Fine Art Gallery near Oxford Circus next month.
Are you missing the weekend already?
Perhaps this will take you back - it's the crowds in Berwick Street enjoying live performances onWorld Record Store Day.
The event has taken off from fairly small beginnings in the US and is now marked around the world.
It was originally established to celebrate independent record stores but has also become become associated with a revival of interest in vinyl music. Hopefully you will have some new music to discover when you get home tonight?
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Have you ever noticed how many derelict buildings there are in the capital?
Author and photographerPaul Talling is fascinated by them.
He regularly updates his websiteDerelict London with photos from his latest walks, documenting the decline of bricks and mortar like this former News International printing works in Wapping that is destined to be cleared to make space for up to 1,800 new homes.
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