That's all from BBC Local Live for today. Josephine McDermott will be back on Monday from 08:00 with more news, sport, travel and weather updates from across London. Have a great weekend.
- More news, sport, travel and weather on Monday at 08:00
- Updates for Friday 20 February 2015
Tonight will be dry and clear, however cloud will thicken later with an occasional shower with mainly light winds. Winds will be light and a patchy frost may form in rural areas overnight.
Minimum temperature: 3C (37F).
Steve Atkins apologised 'unreservedly' to the victim.
ALondon Ambulance Service crew from Wimbledon have been reunited with a man whose life they saved after he suffered an almost fatal injury while using an angle-grinder.
Mark McQuoid, 54, from Kingston Road, said: "All I remember is feeling a thud and I knew something had gone wrong. I remember looking down and seeing a small hole about the size of your finger in my shirt and there was another hole in my chest which had gone through to my heart."
The last time Mr McQuoid saw London Ambulance staff David Biginton, Paul Bartlett, Paul Broadway and John Wyatt was in the back of an ambulance driving on blue lights to St George's Hospital, Tooting.
A judge has ruled convicted Mafia bossDomenico Rancadore must be extradited to Italy. On his departure from Westminster Magistrates' Court, Rancadore was asked how he was feeling to which he said: "Not well, I'm not well. I am very disappointed. I don't want to go in Italy."
When asked whether he wanted to stay with his family, he replied: "Of course, of course".
A nurse who endangered a patient's life by injecting medication at Whipps Cross Hospital, in Waltham Forest, has been allowed to continue practicing after a decision by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, reports theWaltham Forest Guardian.
London is one step closer to anew state of the art concert venue after Chancellor George Osborne ordered an official feasibility study.
Conductor Sir Simon Rattle has led the campaign for a new concert hall in the capital city.
He told the BBC that London's halls were not up to international standards.
Here is a recap of the top stories in the London today:
- Three east London schoolgirls have flown to Turkey and there are fears they may join the Islamic State terrorist group in Syria.
- All-night services are to run at weekends on most Tube lines, the London Overground and Docklands Light Railway.
- A convicted Mafia boss who lived in London for more than 20 years must be extradited to Italy, a judge has ruled.
- A music teacher at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama has been jailed for 11 years for sex attacks on two schoolgirls and a young woman in the 1970s and 1980s.
- A Tottenham business has lost its High Court challenge against a compulsory purchase order being used to force it to make way for Spurs £400m stadium redevelopment.
BBC London 94.9
On Drivetime with Eddie Nestor onBBC London 94.9, more on the three schoolgirls who police fear may be trying to cross the Syrian border and join the Islamic State terrorist group.
Also on the programme, food blogger Ella Woodward will be live in the studio to talk about her new book. Get in touch with Eddie by calling 020 7224 2000.
A business standing in the way of Tottenham Hotspur's £400m stadium redevelopment has beenrefused permission to appeal but the firm can still ask Court of Appeal judges directly to consider their case.
Archway Sheet Metal Works lost a court challenge against a compulsory purchase order being used to force it out.
At the High Court, Mr Justice Dove, who revealed he is an Aston Villa fan, ruled there was "no legal flaw" in the decision-making process. The London Borough of Haringey made the purchase order in March 2012, which was confirmed by the communities secretary in July 2014 following a public inquiry.
BBC London 94.9
Thetop story in London at 17:00: Counter-terrorism officers at Scotland Yard say they're extremely concerned about the safety of three schoolgirls who are thought to be trying to travel to Syria to join the jihadist group, Islamic State.
Deaf and hearing-impaired children in east London are being invited to take part in free weekend music sessions.Feeling Music, a project run by Newham Music Trust, aims to build up youths' ensemble skills and give them the chance to experiment with different instruments.
BBC London News
After Domenico Rancadore was arrested in 2013 my colleague Josephine McDermottvisited the quiet suburban cul-de-sac in Uxbridge he had called home for years. She spoke to his neighbours who never had a clue that the man they knew as Marc Skinner had a criminal past.
Neighbour Joan Hills said: "He's just an ordinary person, a lovely person who I've always known. We used to say Skinner wasn't a very Italian-sounding name. My husband once joked, 'I think you must be in the Italian Mafia'."
A 18-year-old from east London has denied preparing terrorist attacks.
Kazi Islam, of Manor Park, is accused that on or before 17 July last year, he possessed a document titled How To Make Semtex, and carried out searches for material that would enable him to produce an incendiary explosive device. It is also alleged he instructed another "When I give the order I want you to kill a soldier" and encouraged another to buy components to make an incendiary explosive device.
For only the second time in theMuseum of London's history more than a million people visited the attraction in a year. Between 1 April 2014 and 16 February 2015 one million people visited the Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands.
Museum director Sharon Ament said: "Everybody involved with the Museum of London, from staff to volunteers and funders, deserves to be exceptionally proud of this achievement."