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- Updates on Monday 15 August 2016
London's Night Tube service will begin running on 19th August. Tube workers and volunteers have been putting the new service to the test.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he is pleased with the attitude of his players after they beat West Ham 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic says his team were outplayed by Chelsea following their 2-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge and adds that "sloppy mistakes" cost them the game.
Friends of a man from Dartford killed in Cyprus have said they are devastated by his death. George Low was attacked at the resort of Ayia Napa outside a bar where he had worked in the past.
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Cyprus death latest, airshow rescue and rail dispute update. Here's a look at this afternoon's main headlines.
Three Scout leaders have ridden 100 miles along the Thames in a swan shaped pedalo.
Colin Dippie, Jane-Louise Bassett and Ash Wilson set off from Oxford but were 10 miles shy of getting to the Isle of Dogs in London.
The trio had stopped in Richmond after one of the pedals broke, but travelled 102 miles over seven days.
Trevor Sinclair and Kevin Kilbane discuss Chelsea and West Ham's chances this season before their clash at Stamford Bridge on Monday.
Had history taken a slightly different twist, the modern tube map would look very different.
The 18th century botanical impresario Sir Joseph Banks was convinced that Britain's destiny was as the major civilising power in the world, and this could be achieved by harnessing botany and imperial progress to each other's mutual benefit. Professor Kathy Willis talks to Linnaean Society honorary archivist, Gina Douglas, on how Britain's acquisition of Carl Linnaeus' collection of books and specimens proved the tool to promote, identify, and trade plants across the Empire. She hears from Richard Barley, Director of Horticulture at Kew and former director of Melbourne's Botanic Gardens, who discusses Banks' influence on the choice of plants taken with the first settlers to Australia. But how central were plants to Britain's colonial project? Historian Jim Endersby weighs up Joseph Banks' 18th century vision to use Kew as a centre to gather as many plants and plant products as possible, not only to enrich the Royal Garden's collection but for Kew to also function as a botanical exchange house between the colonies. Producer: Adrian Washbourne Presenter: KATHY WILLIS is Director of Science at Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. She is also Professor of Long-term Ecology and a fellow of Merton College, both at Oxford University. Winner of several awards, she has spent over 20 years researching and teaching biodiversity and conservation at Oxford and Cambridge.
The husband of a British mother detained in Iran has said the idea she could be involved in trying to overthrow the regime is "absurd".
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 37, is due on trial on as yet unspecified charges after being arrested in April.
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Tributes are being paid to George Low from Dartford who was stabbed to death in Cyprus.
The 22-year-old was attacked by two men and stabbed in the neck in the early hours of Sunday, while out in the resort of Ayia Napa.
Read the full story here.
BBC Radio London
The cost of renting in London has fallen for the first time in almost six years.
The average home now costs £1,280 per month - £7 cheaper than July last year according to lettings network Countrywide.
Presenter, BBC London
A man found dead in London's Hyde Park has been named by police.
Jairo Medina, 62, a professional carer from Chelsea, was found early on Friday morning by a person walking by who then called the police. Once officers got there, Mr Medina had died.
A post mortem examination did not find a cause of death, but it showed that he had been assaulted.
Officers are investigating it as a murder. An area about the size of two football pitches was cordoned off.