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- Updates on Monday 22 August 2016
Updates for London have now ended for the day but we'll be back tomorrow at 08:00 with the latest videos, news, sport, travel and weather.
It'll be a dry night, but with humid air and a fairly thick blanket of cloud, it will feel muggy with temperatures remaining in the mid-teens Celsius.
There'll be a few mist or fog patches forming too, these most dense along hills like Hampstead Heath.
Lows: 15C (59F).
Artichoke and Visit London have released video showing a wooden model of London which will be burnt to mark 350 years since the Great Fire of London.
The structure will burn while floating on the Thames on 4 September.
Transport for London now says the power problems have caused full suspension of the Bakerloo and Metropolitan lines between Harrow on the Hill and Aldgate.
The transport authority said: "Other lines are unaffected, despite a misleading tweet.
"Tottenham Court Road station was affected by a similar issue which they believe has now been resolved."
A man has scaled a wall at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been living for over four years.
The incident happened at about 02:45 yesterday at the side of the building, which includes a window.
The man allegedly fled after being caught by the embassy's security.
Scotland Yard called off its multimillion-pound 24-hour surveillance of the embassy last October, saying the operation was "no longer proportionate".
Metropolitan police officers had maintained a constant watch of the embassy in Knightsbridge, at a cost of over £11m.
Police officers in Lewisham spotted a man allegedly taking drugs by their station.
They tweeted: "A little tip... If you want to snort cocaine after a night out, try not to do it right outside the largest police station in the country..."
Championship leaders Middlesex will be without Australia batsman Adam Voges for the remainder of the 2016 season.
The 36-year-old was due to captain the county in their final four Division One fixtures, but has been asked to rest a hamstring injury by Cricket Australia.
"We are naturally disappointed that Adam cannot return," said managing director of cricket Angus Fraser.
"He is a fine player and a highly respected member of our squad. His presence will be missed."
More than 100,000 journeys were completed by people on the Night Tube during its first weekend of operation, Transport for London (TfL) has said.
Some 100,300 trips were made on the Victoria and Central lines as services ran overnight on Friday and Saturday.
British Transport Police (BTP) said one person was arrested but added the service was "safe and trouble-free".
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said the service had "changed the face of weekend travel forever".
Transport Correspondent, BBC London
At last. After all that wrangling, the strikes, the delays, the safety concerns, Tube trains ran through the night on Friday and Saturday.
Of course, technically there should not have been any problems as London Underground already runs trains through the night on New Year's Eve, however, this is a new service operated by an army of part-time drivers.
The latest figures show that over the weekend there were 100,300 trips on the Night Tube.
A Catholic monk has appeared in court charged with a string of historical child sex offences against five victims.
Father Laurence Soper is accused of assaulting the boys, one under 14 at the time, over a period from 1971 to 1983.
The nine charges include offences of serious sexual assault, gross indecency and indecent assault. They are all said to have taken place in Ealing, west London.
Following a five-year police hunt, the 72-year-old was arrested as he arrived at Luton Airport from Kosovo yesterday by officers from Scotland Yard's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command.
Father Soper appeared at Ealing Magistrates' Court earlier and gave his name as Andrew Charles Kingston Soper - Laurence being the name he took when he was formally ordained as a priest.
Wearing a black bomber jacket, the bespectacled former abbot of Ealing Abbey, strained to hear proceedings, but nodded in understanding as his case was sent to Isleworth Crown Court.
The ex-headmaster of St Benedict's School is due to appear in that court on 19 September.
A group of London artists have paid for its own billboards to go up around London.
More from Josephine McDermott on BBC London news at 18:30 this evening.
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After what's been a rather cloudy morning, the cloud will tend to break up at times to allow some warm sunny spells to develop.
Highs of 24C (75F).
The journey to the press box in West Ham's new stadium.
West Ham began life at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with a 1-0 win over Bournemouth yesterday.
Their next match at their new home is against FC Astra Giurgiu on Thursday night, which is live on BBC Radio London 94.9FM from 19:00.
Ballot papers will be issued later to nearly two thirds of a million people with a vote in the Labour leadership contest.
The party said the number is made up of about 350,000 members, 129,000 who paid £25 each to be registered supporters, and 168,000 from other organisations.
Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn is up against the party's former shadow work and pensions secretary, Owen Smith.
The result of the contest will be announced on 24 September.
East London and Guardian Series
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe pinpoints Harry Arter's red card as the moment which cost his side in their 1-0 Premier League defeat by West Ham.
A former Catholic priest accused of historical sex offences at an Ealing school has been returned to Britain from Kosovo after a five-year police hunt.
Lawrence Soper, 72, was arrested as he arrived at Luton Airport yesterday on suspicion of nine offences of sexual assault allegedly committed over a period from 1972 to 1986.
Mr Soper had been detained in May under a European Arrest Warrant in Kosovo.
He is now being held in custody at a west London police station.
Engineering work at Camden Town means there is a special service on the Northern line today and tomorrow.
All Charing Cross branch trains will only go to High Barnet / Mill Hill East while Bank branch trains will only go to Edgware. Camden Town station will be exit only between 1600 and 1900 today and tomorrow.
There is heavy traffic on the A1203 Limehouse Link Tunnel into town between the A1261 Apsen Way junction and the A1203 The Highway junction because of an earlier accident.
There is slow traffic on A30 Great South-West Road into town in Hatton between Heathrow Terminal 4 and Hatton Cross in the roadworks area.
After a cloudy start to the day with a little rain possible, the cloud will tend to break up at times to allow some warm sunny spells to develop.
Maximum temperature: 26C (79F).
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