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  1. Updates on Friday 31 March

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  1. Jack Skelton

    BBC Sport

    Eric Dier

    Jack Skelton

    BBC Sport

    Tottenham cut the gap on Premier League leaders Chelsea to seven points as they overcome a stubborn Burnley at Turf Moor.

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  2. Jamie Strickland

    BBC Sport


    Jamie Strickland

    BBC Sport

    Hull City claim a priceless win in their battle against relegation as a second-half fightback sees off West Ham at the KCOM Stadium.

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  3. Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport

    Palace celebrate

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport

    Chelsea's lead at the top of the Premier League is cut to seven points after they suffer a shock home defeat to Crystal Palace.

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  4. Goodbye from BBC London Live

    BBC London News

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

    Have a great weekend

  5. Tonight's weather: Dry with clear spells overnight

    BBC Weather

    After a fine and sunny end to the day, it will remain dry overnight with clear spells.

    Winds will ease and it will be cooler for many, however cloud will thicken towards dawn.

    Minimum Temperature: 8C (46F)

  6. Selfies get the 'art' treatment

    Dawn Woolley

    If you have a few hundred selfie shots on your phone they could be considered works of art.

    A photographer from Cambridge says selfies should be used in art after winning the #SAATCHISELFIE competition.

    Dawn Woolley beat over 14,000 entries with her selfie named 'The Substitute (holiday)' which shows a man holding a 2D picture of a person in a bikini.

    The pictures from all over Europe can now be seen at the Saatchi Gallery's "Selfie to Self-Expression exhibition".

  7. Public views sought on MP second jobs

    George Osborne

    An ethics watchdog want to know what the public thinks about MPs having second jobs.

    The Committee on Standards in Public Life is rewriting its guidelines on potential conflicts of interests.

    It wants to know what the "reasonable limits" should be and whether they should be different for ministers and backbench MPs.

    It comes after controversy over George Osborne's jobs in banking, public speaking and journalism.

  8. Man found guilty of trying to punch Crystal Palace FC's bald eagle


    Daniel Boylett, 36, of Eltham, south east London has been convicted of attempted damage in an attack on the football club's 25-year-old bird of prey .

    Kayla, an American bald eagle, was threatened during a match between Crystal Palace and Charlton Athletic in the third round of the Capital One Cup in 2015.

    The club mascot was perched on the arm of her handler and was being walked around the ground when a fan in the away stand attempted to land a punch on her.

    Handler Chris Besley told Croydon Crown Court, "due to her delicate bone structure if she had been hit with force, her bones could easily break". 

    There was crowd trouble before, during and after the game that Palace won convincingly by 4-1.  

    Boylett has been bailed until sentencing on 28 April.

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    Video caption: Kayla: The eagle that flies at Crystal Palace

    Kayla the eagle flies before fans at Crystal Palace ahead of their home games.

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    Severe accident: A2 Kent eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    A2 Kent eastbound severe accident, at M25 J2 affecting A223.

    A2 Kent - A2 in Darenth lane closed on entry slip road eastbound at Darenth Interchange, because of an accident. Congestion to Black Prince Interchange.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe accident: M25 Kent anti-clockwise

    BBC News Travel

    M25 Kent anti-clockwise severe accident, at J2 for A2 affecting J3 for M20.

    M25 Kent - Two lanes blocked and queuing traffic on M25 anticlockwise at J2, A2 (Darenth Interchange), because of an accident involving two cars. Congestion to J3, M20 (Swanley Interchange).

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Video caption: Pep Guardiola: Arsenal at Emirates is 'always difficult'

    Pep Guardiola says playing at the Emirates is "always difficult" as he found with his Bayern Munich and Barcelona teams, but says his players are not worried about playing there.