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Live Reporting

By Pippa Stephens and Chirag Trivedi

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Updates for London have ended for the day but we'll be back from 08:00 on Monday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

    Have a good weekend.

  2. Latest headlines: Paedophile killer sentence extended, and second man arrested after rush-hour murder

    Pippa Stephens

    BBC News Online, London

    This evening's top stories in London:

  3. Tonight's weather: Dry and breezy with long clear spells

    BBC Weather

    A dry and breezy evening with clear spells, followed by a dry and predominantly clear night, with winds easing. 

    London weather

    Becoming chilly later in the night, with perhaps a touch of grass frost for Kew Gardens and Blackheath if skies remain clear. 

    Some fog patches may also form by dawn. 

    Minimum temperature: 4C (39F).

  4. Rail delays between London Victoria and Brighton

    BBC Travel

    There is congestion on the A3211 Upper Thames Street around London Bridge, Victoria and Tower Hill, in the roadworks area. 

    And there is heavier than normal traffic on the A1(M) southbound between J2 A1001 (Welham Green) and J1 M25 / A1 / A1081 St Albans Road / Bignells Corner (South Mimms). 

    On the trains, there are delays of up to 20 minutes on the Thameslink between Victoria and Brighton due to a broken rail between Three Bridges and Balcombe. 

    Tickets are being accepted on East Midlands Trains, Gatwick Express, Croydon Tramlink and London Underground services.

  5. Coming up on air: How tolerant should London be of extreme views?

    BBC London News

    On air tonight: Two stories, very different in nature but both raising the question: how tolerant should London be of extreme views and is a city which prides itself on tolerance in danger of losing that reputation? 

    BBC London's Alex Bushill reports on two men convicted of handing out leaflets promoting the so-called Islamic State group outside Topshop on Oxford Street.

    And our reporter Helen Drew will look at the protesters storming an Israel Society meeting at King's College London, branded "neo-Nazis" by former communities secretary Eric Pickles.

  6. Watch: Activists at King's College are 'neo-fascists', says Eric Pickles

    Helen Drew

    The former Communities Secretary has condemned anti-Israel activists, after they disrupted an event where a prominent former member of Israel's security service was due to appear as a guest speaker.

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    Video caption: The former Communities Secretary condemns anti-Israel activists.

    Eric Pickles told MPs in the House of Commons the protesters - allegedly part of a King's College London group - are "neo-facists". 

    Police were called to the university after violence erupted outside the event. 

    The group King's College London Action Palestine deny any involvement in the incident.

  7. Stingray photobombs aquarium cleaners

    A giant stingray photobombed its keeper earlier this week while he cleaned the tank's glass at the Sea Life London Aquarium as part of the annual underwater spring clean. 

    Stingray photobomb

    The attraction has more than 6,000 different species of sea life, including an octopus, clownfish, seahorses and a crocodile. 

  8. Teenager and 23-year-old die after double crash in Isle of Dogs

    Met Police

    An 18-year-old woman and a 23-year-old man have died after a collision between a BMW car and a van near Canary Wharf this morning. 

    The woman was a rear passenger in the car and the man was driving when the incident happened at about 05:25.

    The front passenger was taken to hospital with a broken arm, while the driver of the van was not injured. 

    Police are asking anyone with any information to come forward. 

  9. Sir Michael Caine talks about the Hatton Garden heist

    Michael Caine spoke to Nick Robinson about his new film Youth, the Hatton Garden heist and his views on Brexit.  

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    Video caption: Michael Caine speaks about his new film Youth, the Hatton Garden Heist and Brexit.