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- Updates on Tuesday 3 May 2016
BBC London News
On BBC London this evening from 18:30, we'll be inviting you to imagine travelling at 70mph on a motorway in a car without a driver.
The stuff of a Hollywood science fiction movie, you may think.
But a trial of driverless vehicles is to be carried out in London and those behind it are looking for families to take part.
But are the cars safe? And, how do they work? Our transport correspondent, Tom Edwards, has been finding out.
Also, find out how a new diabetic drug is giving hope to hundreds of people suffering from Alzheimer's.
Tottenham defender Danny Rose apologises for the ugly scenes that marred Monday's 2-2 draw with Chelsea.
There were 12 yellow cards during the match, which featured two mass brawls.
Both sides may face retrospective action from the Football Association, with Spurs' Mousa Dembele having appeared to gouge Diego Costa's eye.
"It is not nice to see for kids here or kids watching on TV, I apologise if it looked bad on TV," said Rose.
Greenwich Council has said residents living in 10 homes close to a sinkhole which opened up on Saturday in Plumstead are still unable to return to their homes.
Of the 40 homes evacuated overnight, 30 have been found to be safe, allowing residents to return today.
The others are waiting for checks to be done by Hexagon Housing.
Lending from parents to help their children get on the UK property ladder will amount to £5bn in 2016, according to data from Legal & General (L&G).
L&G says it means the so-called Bank of Mum and Dad will help to finance 25% of all UK mortgage transactions this year - at an average amount of £17,500.
If this lending prowess was combined into a formal business, it would be a top 10 UK mortgage lender, adds L&G.
But it warns this method of lending is coming under increasing pressure.
In London, Mr Wilson said this funding method was reaching "tipping point", with more than half of average household net wealth (excluding property assets) going towards helping their offspring on to the housing ladder.
The Tory MP for Richmond Park was interviewed on radio and said: "I'm hoping to do a Leicester City and zoom in from behind and win on May 5."
Social media users said it showed he knew nothing about football and his comments attracted a lot of attention.
A fake tweet from the club rebuffing links with the MP was shared widely.
A man is being treated for head injuries after apparently falling from Westminster Bridge and landing on concrete steps by Speaker's Green in the Houses of Parliament.
Metropolitan Police say they are not treating the incident as suspicious.
An air ambulance attended the scene just after noon.
Eyewitnesses said the man appeared to lose his balance while standing on the bridge.
The South Circular, the A205 is closed between Kew and North Sheen as a lorry has got stuck under the railway bridge near to the National Archives. It’s causing long delays on the A406 south from Ealing and all around Chalkers Corner.
Trains out of Kings Cross still have some delays after a person was hit by a train this morning, whilst at Paddington trains are delayed by around 20 minutes following of a signal failure.
Click here for the latest updates on London's roads.
BBC Radio London Political Reporter
Mr Khan was introduced by the former Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was not at the event.
Instead he was unveiling an election poster at the same time just one mile away.
In contrast this evening Zac Goldsmith will be joined by his party leader the Prime Minister David Cameron at a rally in Richmond.
But Mr Khan denied any rift with Mr Corbyn and said Londoners wanted to choose a mayor who is independently minded.
He said: “They want to choose a man or a woman, who’s their own person. Who has got their own ideas, their own set of values, their own vision for our city.
Not a patsy for the Prime Minister, not a patsy for the chancellor but somebody who’s got a clear sense of direction.”
He added “Jeremy Corbyn understands the housing crisis here in London; is passionate about reducing inequality.
"But we disagree on areas around business.
"We disagree on a runway at Gatwick airport.
"I will be my own man and that’s what Londoners would expect in their mayor.”
There are 12 people running for Mayor of London on Thursday. They are listed at bbc.co.uk/londonelection
BBC Radio London Political Reporter
Labour's Sadiq Khan made his final big speech of his London Mayoral election campaign today.
He said that Londoners faced a “stark choice” between him and the Conservative candidate on Thursday.
He was speaking at the Southbank Centre, on the same spot where he was first declared Labour's candidate last autumn.
Mr Khan presented himself as the “unity” candidate who would bring Londoners together to tackle the housing crisis, freeze fares, bring back neighborhood policing and tackle air pollution.
And said he was disappointed with what he described as a “negative” campaign from the Conservatives.
But he was forced again to answer questions about the anti-Semitism row that’s engulfed the Labour party.
He said that the comments by Ken Livingstone on Vanessa Feltz Breakfast Show on BBC Radio London last week had deterred potential voters who he was working to win back.
Mr Khan said: "There are some Londoners of Jewish faith and non-Jewish faith who because of the comments made by Ken Livingstone and others think the Labour party may not be a place for them.
"My mission is to make sure all Londoners know that I'll be a mayor who's on their side and I am a mayor for all Londoners."
Woodberry Wetlands has become the most-publicised nature reserve in the land, LovingDalston.com reports.
Until recently only invited bird-watchers were allowed to visit the Stoke Newington East Reservoir.
Now London Wildlife Trust's David Mooney, a developer, a housing association and English Heritage have joined forces to open it up to the masses.
Sir David Attenborough officially opened the reserve on Saturday.
London's mayoral candidates have renewed their bid for votes in the final few days of campaigning.
Labour's Sadiq Khan gave a speech focused on housing, saying he had a "positive plan for tackling the housing crisis".
Conservative Zac Goldsmith vowed to set up a £1m fund for fighting violence against women and girls.
Voters go to the polls on 5 May in the capital to choose a new mayor and London Assembly Members.
UKIP candidate Peter Whittle attended the unveiling of a new poster criticising "open door" immigration.
The Lib Dems' Caroline Pidgeon highlighted her proposal for half-price fares on journeys before 07:30.
Meanwhile, the Green candidate Sian Berry drew attention to endorsements by campaigners for clean air, cycling and affordable housing.
The first British Airways scheduled flights between Heathrow Airport and Inverness for nearly 20 years will begin operating later.
BA ended its services between the two airports in 1997.
The new year-round service will see an inbound flight leaving Heathrow just before 10:00 and an afternoon flight from Inverness.
A ceremony will be held at the airport when the airbus A319 jet touches down in the Highlands.
A hundred jobs are set to go at travel centres run by Virgin Trains on the East Coast main line out of King's Cross according to the TSSA union.
The Transport Salaried Staffs' Association (TSSA) says the company wants to follow London Underground's example of moving staff out from behind the glass on to platforms.
Unions are already in dispute with Southern over plans to close more than 80 ticket offices and move staff on to station concourses.
The Football Association will investigate reports Anthony Gerrard was hit by a fan following Oldham Athletic's defeat at Millwall.
Oldham lost 3-0 as Millwall secured a League One play-off place on Saturday.
More on the Plumstead sinkhole from the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
The residents living in a row of houses close to King's Highway were put up at a council rest centre yesterday before being moved into accommodation overnight.
Structural engineers are continuing to try to make the site secure.
Residents will be able to return when it is safe, the council says.
Patchy clouds will form as the day goes on, bringing the risk of the odd shower, especially over higher ground such as in Hampstead Heath.
As day turns into night the clouds will melt away and will be replaced by light winds.
Max Temp: 15C (59F)
BBC London presenter
I’ll have the latest headlines for you at 13:30 on BBC One and with just two days to go until London elects its next mayor, all the candidates are fighting hard to win your vote.
We’ll have the latest on the campaign and explain exactly what the Mayor of London can and can’t do.
BBC Radio London
Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has told BBC Radio London that he's happy to have ruined Tottenham's chances of winning the Premier League.
Begovic said the fans reminded them "to not let Tottenham win it".
"It's a big deal and it was pleasing to spoil the party," he said.
Catering assistant Karl Hamilton was 17 when he was fatally stabbed during an attack by a group of about 15 youths in Hackney on 10 January 2004.
At 22:25 that night Karl was with a group of friends who became involved in an altercation with another group of males.
As Karl ran away from the scene, he was stabbed on his head, torso and thigh.
Thirteen people were arrested in connection with his death but no-one was ever found guilty of killing him. The case remains open and police are offering a £20,000 reward for information that leads to a conviction.
A sink hole in Plumstead has led to 50 people being evacuated from nearby homes off King's Highway.
The fire brigade says it's not yet clear what caused the 5x5m hole to appear, but a 25m cordon was put in place as a precaution.
Crews were called out at 13:46 on Monday and handed over the incident to the police and local authority at 20:38.
In December we reported on a cafe in central London that was causing a stir by offering to sell every food item at a fixed price of £1.
It appeared to be doing good business, but closed suddenly in April, citing a need to "refine the concept".
Video journalist Dougal Shaw tracked down Jo Kaye to another cafe he runs, to find out what happened.
Detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of 20-year old Lewis Elwin in Tooting have arrested a man in connection with the murder.
The 19-year-old man was arrested on Monday, on suspicion of murder and taken to a south London police station where he remains in custody.
Police found Lewis suffering from stab injuries in Penwortham Road, Tooting at 15:47 on Monday, 18 April.
He died at the scene a short while later.
A post-mortem examination at St George's Hospital Mortuary the next day gave the cause of his death as a stab wound through his back.
A 22-year-old woman was taken to hospital in a critical condition on Sunday following a stabbing in Vauxhall.
Her 15-year-old brother was also treated for injuries which police described as not life-threatening.
A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and remains in custody.
Hundreds of maintenance workers are voting on whether to go on strike over plans for a night Tube in London.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union are being balloted in the next three weeks on whether to launch a campaign of industrial action.
The union said the dispute, affecting maintenance and engineering workers employed by Tube Lines, was over pay, pensions and staffing.
Night Tube was due to start last year but has been delayed because of failure to reach agreement with the unions.
- A 19-year-old man has been arrested over the fatal stabbing of student Lewis Elwin in Tooting
- A £20,000 reward has been offered for information about Karl Hamilton's killer
- Spurs' title dreams come crashing down as Leicester wins the league
There is queuing traffic on the exit slip road on the M40 northbound at J1a M25, because of an accident involving cars, vans and a lorry.
There is queuing traffic on A102 northbound in Greenwich before the the Blackwall Tunnel junction, because of an earlier broken down vehicle.
The A3220 Latchmere Road in Battersea is partially blocked near the Sabine Road junction, because of a vehicle striking a bridge.
Click here for the latest updates on London's roads.
It will be mostly dry and bright over the next few days.
Although there will be clear blue skies to begin with, there will be some patchy cloud starting to bubble up as the day goes on.
There may even be the odd spot of light rain, particularly on higher ground such as Hampstead Heath.
The maximum temperature will be 15C (59F).