That's all from BBC Local Live for today. Elaine Okyere will be back tomorrow from 08:00 with more news, sport, travel and weather updates from across London.
- Updates for Thursday 8 January 2015
It will be a cloudy but dry evening with outbreaks of rain spreading across the capital by the early hours of tomorrow. It will become windy overnight, especially over high ground.Minimum temperature: 11C (52F).
An internal report into over running Christmas engineering work and which led to major disruption at three London stations is due to be published byNetwork Rail on Monday.
King's Cross station was closed on 27 December while Finsbury Park station had to close temporarily because of overcrowding. Engineering work delays also meant there were no services between London Paddington and Reading. The Office of Rail Regulationis also investigating the disruption.
BBC London News
OnBBC London News at 18:30, we'll have the latest on the terrorist attack in Paris which has led to an increase in security measures in London.
Reporter Tarah Welsh will be live at the French Embassy where tributes are being paid to the 12 people killed in the attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo. Mustafa Field, from Faiths Forum for London, will be in the studio to talk about the impact of the attack on communities in the capital.
Home affairs correspondent, BBC News
The UK has had more than its fair share of of terrorism-related attacks down the years - from the IRA through al-Qaeda to right-wing extremists.
The real question is how prepared can a city be for something likethe attack on Charlie Hebdo?
TheBritish Transport Police (BTP) have said in light of the terrorist attack which killed 12 people at the Paris office of Charlie Hebdo, they are deploying armed officers at St Pancras station.
In a statement, the BTP said: "The safety of rail passengers and staff is of paramount importance to us, and we want to provide a reassuring, visible armed presence to deter terrorism on the rail network. In light of the events in Paris, we have increased patrols at St Pancras, in order to maintain and provide enhanced visibility and reassurance to the public."
The Duchess of Cambridge's sister Pippa Middleton has formally launched theBritish Heart Foundation's fundraising event, the London to Brighton bike ride.
Ms Middleton, who is an ambassador for the Foundation, will take part in the charity event on 21 June.
British Airways has confirmed that Flight BA103 - bound for Calgary - made a "normal landing" at Heathrow after returning to the west London airport as a "precautionary measure".
Here is thework of 10 postgraduate students who have just completed the MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography course at the London College of Communication.
Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt by Martin Alan Smith is a multimedia piece that explores conflict and its representation.
On the roads, there are severe delays and one lane is blocked on the A1203 The Highway eastbound in Wapping at the Dellow Street junction, because of an accident.
Hurst Road in Sidcup is also blocked in both directions near to the Station Road junction, because of an accident involving a car and a motorbike. For latest up to date travel news visit theBBC London Travel website.
Police investigating the death of a 15-year-old boy in east Londonhave arrested an eighth person. Joel Adesina, from Dagenham, was found stabbed on Bethnal Green Road, Tower Hamlets, at 23:00 on 5 December. The teenager died in hospital.
A 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
BBC London 94.9
OnBBC London 94.9's Drivetime show, Eddie Nestor is discussing the attack on the office of satirical magazine Chalie Hebdo in Paris, which killed 12 people.
Eddie will be speaking to a reporter from the TV station France 24 and a Paris resident.
Thanks for you comments on theBBC London Facebook page about London's highest roof garden.
Siobhan Hillmansaid: "OK, maybe it'll look better once the plants have had a while to grow and fill out a bit, but if you have to book 3 days in advance to visit, that's hardly a public space."
Rosstopher Duffstersaid: "I work along here and love it... I wouldn't expect to travel all the way to the top of a building for a bit of green space anyway and up the road at Aldgate is going to be a pavement 'garden' of sorts anyway - eventually."
BBC London 94.9
A fare glitch when ordering rail tickets online meantsome passengers could be overcharged. Sevenoaks Rail Travellers Association found some firms' websites had not updated their systems to take into account the changes to the routes for engineering works at the weekend, meaning travellers have to go to Victoria rather than London Bridge.
In a statement,Southeastern Railway said it was aware of the issue and added: "In the meantime, we advise any passengers who have already booked tickets to travel during this period, and have paid the higher fare, to get in touch with our customer services team and we'll arrange a refund."
Newham Recorder Newspaper
Sheffield Wednesday have signedChelsea midfielder Lewis Baker on a youth loan deal.
The 19-year-old, who has made one appearance for the Blues, could spend the rest of the season with the Championship side.
BBC London 94.9
The British nurse, who is being treated in a London hospital after contracting Ebola in Sierra Leone, could remain ina critical condition for "some time", her family has said. Pauline Cafferkey is being treated at a London hospital.
Her relatives said in a statement: "We would like to thank all our friends, family and the members of the public who have contacted us with support following Pauline's diagnosis with Ebola. We have been very touched by the kind words. Pauline continues to be in a critical condition at the Royal Free Hospital."
One of the oldest operational power stations in the world is set to have a new lease of life generating low carbon power for the Tube network.
The1906 Greenwich Power Station, in south-east London, will be revamped the Mayor of London has said. The transformed power station will also provide heat for local homes and buildings.
BBC London 94.9
Senegal officials hope toprevent injured Diafra Sakho playing for West Ham during the three-week-long Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
Forward Sakho, 25, is out with a back injury, with a senior Senegal official accusing the Premier League side of a "lack of respect" over his withdrawal.
A small bronze statuette of Ajax produced around 720-700BC, goes on display at the British Museum in London, as part of theDefining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art exhibition which begins in March.
The retail giant is pulling out of the Lowfield Street scheme, despite having planning permission to build an 8,000sq m store and 34 one-bed and 73 two-bed flats.
He was hand-picked to support the Rolling Stones in London's Hyde Park in 2013 and nowJames Bay has come second in the BBC's Sound Of 2015.
The 24-year-old was discovered after a fan uploaded a video of him performing in a Kentish Town pub.
BBC London 94.9
The French flag is being flown at half mast at the French Embassy in Knightsbridge, central London in tribute to those killed in yesterday'sterrorist attack at Charlie Hebdo. Twelve people were killed at the office of the satirical magazine.
Here is the latest update on the London Underground:
- Severe delays on the Circle and Hammersmith and City line due to signal failure at Farringdon.
- Service suspended on Metropolitan Line between Baker Street and Aldgate and minor delays on the rest of the line due to signal failure at Farringdon. Tickets being accepted on London Overground and Chiltern Railway services.
- Minor delays on the Bakerloo Line due to earlier faulty train at Baker Street.
- Minor delays on District Line due to earlier signal failure at Earls Court.
- Minor delays on Piccadilly Line between Acton Town and Heathrow Airport, between Acton Town and Uxbridge and between Arnos Grove and Cockfosters due to an earlier signal failure at Earls Court.
For up to date travel news follow@BBCTravelAlert on Twitter.
Cloud and rain will eventually clear early this afternoon to leave a bright and breezy end to the day with some late sunshine possible in some areas.
Maximum Temperature: 11C (52F).
BBC London News
In today's lunchtime bulletin at1.30pm on BBC One, we will be in Cheshunt where local people have said they are "totally devastated" that Tesco is planning to close its headquarters in the town- threatening hundreds of jobs.
And we get the latest as the mayor is meeting transport bosses today - over the travel disruption faced by rail passengers at two major stations in the capital.
BBC London 94.9
A 20-year-old man's been arrested in Hackney on suspicion of murdering a 15-year-old boy in Bethnal Green.
He's the eighth person to be questioned about the death of Joel Adesina, who was stabbed just over a month ago.
The Directorate of Professional Standards isreviewing "police contact" with a teenager who was stabbed to death in east London.
Officers were called to Homerton High Street yesterday but the boy, believed to have been in his mid-teens, was pronounced dead at the scene. The Met Police said the matter had also been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
BBC News Online
Tom Sleigh, councillor for the City of London's Bishopsgate ward, says the new Walkie Talkie skyscraper is a "glorious drag queen of a building" with "shapely curves".
It is "bold and brash" and proof architecture can be "voluptuous and sexy", he says.
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