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Tottenham Hotspur fan Marshall Janson lost his hands and feet after meningitis.
He's played a real game of football for the first time
Hundreds of people have taken part in a march as part of a campaign calling for the UK to make amends for the enslavement endured by generations of African people.
The third annual Afrikan Emancipation Day Reparations March took place from Brixton to Parliament Square calling for reparations to be made for slavery.
Organisers carried a petition to parliament demanding the government acknowledges the historic and ongoing impact of colonisation and slavery.
The government has not yet responded.
Flanked by several dock officers and wearing a blue tracksuit top, Mire stared ahead as he was sentenced to life with a minimum of eight years in prison.
The court had heard when he was detained following the attack, he told officers: "Why don't you finish me off? You know that's what we do."
Mr Zimmerman said he was "fortunate" to have received prompt first aidtreatment at the scene from a passing junior doctor and was "quite lucky" to have survived.
In a statement read during a pre-sentence hearing, Mr Zimmerman said he had been "left with a scar on my neck which I am aware of only because it pulls when I use my voice but is otherwise superficial and healing well.
"I am somewhat more cautious about interacting with strangers since the attack - overall I have not been significantly traumatised by the attack psychologically," he added.
Mire had been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and suffered his firstepisode of psychosis in 2006, the court heard.
He had a history of mental illness and psychosis, including the paranoid belief that he was being persecuted for his religion and stalked by MI5 and MI6.
Judge Hilliard said Mire's "brazen" actions were carried out in order to advance a "religious and extremist cause".
"This was an attempt to kill an innocent member of the public for ideological reasons by cutting his throat in plain sight for maximum impact," he said.
Sentencing Mire at the Old Bailey, Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, Recorder of London, said that while he accepted the 30-year-old was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the offence, he was also of the opinion he had been motivated by events in Syria.
He continued: "In other words, because Muslims were being bombed in Syria, he was going to attack civilians here.
"That was designed to intimidate a section of the public, and it was to advance an extreme cause."
During the attack on 5 December, one onlooker shouted at Mire: "You ain't no Muslim, bruv", after he declared he was going to "spill blood" for his "Syrian brothers".
He was found guilty of attempted murder, and admitted four counts of attempted wounding and an alternative count of wounding with intent to cause Mr Zimmerman grievous bodily harm.
Muhiddin Mire, 30, injured musician Lyle Zimmerman, 56, in the Leytonstone station's ticket hall on 5 December last year.
Mr Zimmerman said he was "lucky to survive" following the attack, in which Mire tried to behead him.
A Tottenham Hotspur fan who had his legs and hands amputated after contracting meningitis has played in his first proper football match.
8-year-old Marshall Janson, from Perranporth in Cornwall, is football crazy and his only wish was that he could play football like other boys his age - yesterday his dream came true.
A man was knifed to death in west London on Saturday,
Police said they were searching for witnesses to the attack, which took place around 23:00 in the Viking and Spikes Bridge Road area.
DCI Lawson said: "I also want to trace a car which was seen driving in the area immediately before the assault. The car, which may be a Vauxhall, is thought to have contained three or four males."
A 24-year-old man is being held at a north London police station after being arrested on Sunday on suspicion of murder.
Josh Coombes gives free haircuts to homeless people and publishes their stories online.
Two elderly people were rescued from a fire in a block of east London flats in the early hours.
Fifty people were also evacuated from the building in a flat fire in Harrier Avenue, Wanstead,
A flat on the second floor and the roof of the building were completely damaged by fire.
Station manager Frazer Ferguson said: “Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus rescued an elderly man and woman from the flat and were taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service crews.
"Fire crews will remain at the scene throughout the morning damping down small pockets of fire.”
Six fire engines and 35 firefighters and officers were called to the blaze at 02:45. The fire was under control shortly after 06:00.
The BBC's Transport correspondent Richard Westcott gets to drive one of London's new Crossrail trains.
Detectives in Tower Hamlets have released CCTV footage after a racially aggravated assault at grocery store.
Police were called to Fresh Go in Bethnal Green shortly after midday on June 26.
Shop workers refused to serve alcohol to a woman who they say appeared to be drunk. She then racially abused staff members and threw stock at them.
London Fire Brigade's Clive Robinson explains how crews rescued 19 people from a broken fairground ride above London's South Bank.
Monday's headlines from BBC London
The London trader who lost the Swiss bank UBS £1.4bn ($1.9bn) has apologised and said that banking has not done enough to regain the public's trust.
In his first broadcast interview, Kweku Adoboli told the BBC that banking was still riven by conflicts of interest.
He added that traders were pushed to make profits "no matter what".
Asked if the crimes he committed - booking fictitious trades to cover up gambles in the hunt for profits - could happen again, he said: "Absolutely".
The public make more than 3,600 contributions to the fight against terror every day, Britain's most senior counter-terrorism police officer says.
Met Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said co-operation between police and the public was the "greatest advantage".
He cited anti-terrorist hotline calls and the reporting of suspicious online content as ways to keep the UK safe.
But he said with the terror threat ranked as "severe" since 2014, "even more public assistance" was needed.
Fire crews have rescued 19 people - six of them children - who were suspended in a fairground ride 20 metres (65ft) above London's South Bank.
Some spent more than three hours trapped in the ride's cages on Sunday.
Clive Robinson, from London Fire Brigade, said: "It was slow work as we needed to access each cage on the ride individually."
London Wonderground, where the ride is based, said it was being investigated for a "technical fault".
There'll be early morning sunshine for many of us, although the skies will tend to cloud over towards the middle of the day, accompanied by the odd spot of rain for some.
However, further, more persistent rain will arrive into western parts such as Twickenham by the end of the afternoon.
Maximum Temperature: 19 Deg C (66 Deg F)
There is a special service on the Northern line all week.
Northbound Charing Cross branch trains will only operate to the High Barnet / Mill Hill East branch, and northbound Bank branch trains will only operate to the Edgware branch.
Camden Town station will be exit only between 1600 and 1900 each day. Southbound Northern line trains operate as normal.
There are also minor delays on the Piccadilly line between Northfields / Ealing Common and Cockfosters and on the District line between Turnham Green and Ealing Broadway.
The bus lane is closed on Westminster Bridge into town after the Lambeth Palace Road junciton because of an earlier accident.