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- Updates on Monday 18 July 2016
Despite plenty of clear spells and a light breeze, it will be a warm and humid night.
There is also a chance some mist or fog may form, especially along prone stretches of the River Thames.
Lows of 15C (59F)
Tube customers will be able to go on a tour of the some of the Underground's most iconic artworks, TfL has announced.
The Tube art tours will run this weekend and take people on a 90 minute trip to visit various artworks on the network.
Works by Daniel Buren, Jacqueline Poncelet, John Maine, Knut Henrik Henriksen and Mark Wallinger have been installed since the Art on the Underground programme was formed in 2000.
The tours coincide with the launch of an Art Map, which shows where different pieces can be found on the Tube and will be available at all Zone 1 stations.
Sunday's carjacking involving children who were in the stolen car in Ilford comes as a similar theft occurred earlier this month.
Then, a 12-year-old girl threw herself out of a car when it was hijacked in Enfield, north London, leaving her 11-month-old brother inside.
The boy was found 35 minutes later outside a property in Cheshunt.
A car containing two children was stolen while their mother parked it and went out to collect another child.
The Met said someone climbed into the grey Audi Q7 when it was parked on Roman Road in Ilford at 16:30 on Sunday.
The car made off towards Uphall Road and then entered nearby Fairfield Road where the children, aged eight and five, were let out and reunited with their mother.
Police said neither were hurt but were very distressed. The car was found abandoned 45 minutes later at a car park in Barking.
No arrests have been made.
Camden New Journal
An early Lucian Freud painting worth at least £300,000 has been identified by the BBC, despite the artist's own denials that it was his work.
The painting, by the acclaimed portrait artist who died in 2011, was identified by BBC One show Fake Or Fortune.
Experts at Christie's auction house claimed it to be a Freud in 1985, but the artist denied it was his.
However notes uncovered from the artist's former solicitor and further analysis prove the painting was by him.
There's no London Overground between New Cross Gate and West Croydon, and between New Cross Gate and Crystal Palace with severe delays between New Cross Gate and Highbury and Islington due to emergency engineering works at Forest Hill.
Southern London-bound lines are closed from Norwood Junction to London Bridge because of a large sinkhole affecting the track at Forest Hill.
Expect delays of up to 40 mins, trains are being diverted/terminated where possible.
Tickets are being accepted on London Underground, buses, Southeastern, South West Trains.
There are 30 minute delays on Thameslink too.
Trains are unable to run on any of the London bound lines. London - Brighton services will run from Gatwick - Brighton only until further notice.
Check out BBC London's travel page for more updates.
London Bridge is currently undergoing an overhaul as part of plans to upgrade the Thameslink line, which criss-crosses London.
It will be completed in 2018.
Wells Fargo, one of the biggest banks in the US, has agreed to buy an office block in the City of London.
It is buying an 11-storey block at 33 Central, King William Street, close to the Bank of England and the River Thames.
BBC reporter Adam Fleming shows Labour leader and Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn how to play Pokemon Go.
BBC News can now reveal it was granted exclusive access to Wimbledon's secret security bunker underneath London SW19.
Deep below Centre Court, a team of tech experts have been battling against cyber attacks from around the world.
BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera reports.
Two people have been convicted of stealing almost £700,000 from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) over the course of a decade.
Elaine Summers, 54, and 44-year-old Shaheen Kadri took money for cleaning work that was never carried out for the famous gardening organisation.
Summers, of Pembridge Gardens, Notting Hill, was found guilty of stealing £360,859.51 between January 2004 and January 2014.
Kadri, of Oval Road, Camden, was also convicted on Friday of stealing £317,110 during the same time after a trial at Southwark Crown Court.
Former RHS operations manager Stuart Medhurst, 55, of no fixed address, previously pleaded guilty to stealing money from the charity.
"Evil" James Warnock, 56, has been jailed at the Old Bailey for life with a minimum term of 25 years for the rape and murder of 17-year-old Yiannoulla Yianni 34 years ago.
She was attacked while home alone in Hampstead, north London, in August 1982, the Old Bailey heard.
Warnock, formerly of Harrington Street, north-west London, was 22 at the time, and had denied the charges
Police are investigating after an 86-year-old widow had her life savings stolen from her bank account.
The theft is believed to have occurred at some point between 10:38 and 12:20 on Thursday, 17 March, while the victim was out shopping at Waitrose on Balham High Road - her bank card was used to buy£21,000 worth of cars, clothing and a restaurant meal.
The suspects watched her as she paid for her shopping, recorded her PIN code and later distracted her by asking for directions while stealing the bank card from her pocket.
Suspect one is described as a white woman, in her 40s, wearing glasses, a black and white head scarf, a dark coat over a white blouse, dark leggings and black boots.
Suspect two is described as a slim built Asian man, in his 20s, wearing a dark hooded top with a fur hood liner, dark jeans and white trainers.
Suspect three is described as a medium built Asian man, aged in his late 30s. He was wearing a dark hooded top with a light blue liner and white zipped front, dark jeans and white trainers.
We look at a 'divide' in how boys in London learn languages and a London actor's film 'Bastille Day' is pulled from French cinemas in the wake of the deadly lorry attack in Nice.
Some of Soho's finest waiters momentarily swapped serving for sprinting as they took part in an annual race around the West End - which was won by Charlie Brown from the Dean Street Townhouse.
The 28-year-old surged from the back of the 30-strong pack to cross the finish line in first place in the three-minute race, with his tray and drinks bottle still intact.
Mr Brown, from east London, said: "Last year I came fifth with a sprained ankle, and I thought: 'this year I'm winning it'."
BBC News Magazine
It's long been claimed that Winston Churchill temporarily gave a London hotel room to Yugoslavia so a prince could be born on Yugoslav territory.
On 17 July 1945, the United Kingdom became a little smaller, and Yugoslavia a little bigger.
Just one problem. There is - it seems - no proof that it's actually true.
A small military aircraft carrying newly-appointed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson had to make an emergency landing on its way to Brussels.
The plane, which took off from RAF Northolt, was forced to land at Luton Airport following a "technical issue", a Foreign Office spokesman said.
Mr Johnson thanked the crew for their professionalism and was grateful to Luton Airport for the unscheduled welcome, the spokesman added.
He then continued his journey.
Dagenham Dock Station has now reopened after earlier reports of flooding.
There are delays of up to ten minutes on Abellio Greater Anglia between Liverpool Street and Southend Victoria due to earlier faulty train at Rayleigh.
Delays of up to 15 minutes on Virgin Trains West Coast between Watford Junction and London Euston due to broken down train.
An emergency timetable operating on Southern between Victoria and Brighton, between Watford Junction and East Croydon, between Brighton and Ashford International and between Southampton Central and Brighton.
New Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said resolving the Southern trains dispute is "top of his priority list".
Passengers have suffered months of delays, cancellations and a reduced timetable due to staff shortages and strike action by conductors.
Asked if he would remove the rail franchise, he said he would look "very carefully at what the position is".
Mr Grayling warned: "This has got to improve quickly".
One lane is blocked and there is queuing traffic on the M25 anticlockwise between J26, A121 (Waltham Abbey) and J25, A10 (Enfield), because of a broken down vehicle.
There is queuing traffic on M25 clockwise between J4, A21 (Orpington) and J6, A22 (Godstone).
There is queuing traffic on the M25 anticlockwise at the Dartford Tunnel. Congestion is stretching to J3, M20 (Swanley Interchange).
The A126 Broadway in Grays is closed in both directions between the Whitehall Lane junction and the Cement Block Cottages junction, because of a building fire.
There is a traffic light failure on A238 Kingston Road in Wimbledon at South Wimbledon Station.
There is a traffic light failure on A118 Main Road in Gidea Park, Romford at the Upper Brentwood Road junction.
There are delays on the A1112 Romford Road in both directions in Hainault at the Five Oaks Lane junction, in the roadworks area.
Today will be a fine and dry day with spells of strong sunshine, making it feel very warm across the city, with the highest temperatures towards the west.
The maximum temperature will be 29C (84F)
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