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After a mostly dry and cloudy afternoon, there'll be some outbreaks of showery rain later this evening and overnight, with some drier interludes too.
Minimum temperature: 7C (45F).
The mother of a father-of-two, who was stabbed to death in Islington, north London, last weekend, has made an emotional plea for information to help catch his killer.
Jonathan McPhillips, 28, was found injured on Upper Street in the early hours of last Saturday morning and taken to an east London hospital where he later died on Wednesday.
His mother Michelle told BBC London he was irreplaceable.
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Jurors hearing the case of a high value jewellery burglary in Mayfair, involving at least one member of the Hatton Garden masterminds, have been discharged.
Judge Joanna Korner QC discharged the jury at the trial in Southwark Crown Court earlier.
Terry Perkins and Daniel Jones (pictured above from l-r) are accused of breaking into Chatila jewellers in Old Bond Street in 2010 and stealing valuables worth up to £1m.
Perkins, 68, and Jones, 59, both from Enfield, are already serving prison sentences for their role in the Hatton Garden heist.
Jones has also pleaded guilty to the Chatila burglary.
Perkins however denies burglary in the Chatila case.
A third man, Charles Matthews, 54, of Virginia Water, Surrey, is accused of handling stolen goods from the Chatila burglary, which he denies.
The case is due to be retried on 11 December.Copyright: PA
QPR's Director of Football Les Ferdinand clears up the greatest television mystery - who vandalised the Blue Peter Garden in 1983?
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