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  1. By Greg O'Keeffe

    BBC Sport

    Manuel Lanzini goes close for West Ham

    West Ham fans invade the pitch at London Stadium as three second-half Burnley goals condemn the hosts to a third consecutive defeat.

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  2. By Steve Sutcliffe

    BBC Sport

    Willian Chelsea

    Chelsea revive their hopes of a top-four Premier League finish as they get back to winning ways with a victory over Crystal Palace.

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  3. Goodbye

    BBC London News

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

    Have a great weekend.

  4. Evening weather: Breezy, wet but mild

    BBC Weather

    A breezy, wet and relatively mild night in store, but with the chance of a generally drier interlude towards dawn, but remaining rather cloudy.

    Minimum Temperature: 7C to 10C (45 to 50F).

  5. Police release image of 2008 New Years Day stabbing suspect

    Missing Suspect
    Image caption: The Metropolitan Police have released images of a man they believed to be involved in the fatal stabbing of a 17-year-old man

    Police have released images of a man they believed to be involved in the fatal stabbing of a 17-year-old man on New Years Day 2008.

    Henry Bolombi was stabbed to death in Edmonton, north London, after being chased by a gang as he returned home from celebrations.

    In the days following the attack, three suspects fled to Jamaica.

    Andain Martin, 30, who had been extradited from the United States where he had been living under a false identity, was found guilty of manslaughter on Friday. He was cleared of murder at the Old Bailey.

    Onique Nembhard and Jamar Graham, were jailed for life after being found guilty of Mr Bolombi's murder in 2013.

    A fourth suspect was identified by police but has yet to be tracked down.

    Det Insp Ian Lott said: "This has been a lengthy, complex investigation involving multiple agencies since Henry Bolombi lost his life back in 2008.

  6. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: A501 London eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    A501 London eastbound severe disruption, from Marylebone High Street to A4201 Park Crescent affecting Westbourne Bridge.

    A501 London - Queuing traffic on A501 Marylebone Road eastbound in Marylebone from the Marylebone High Street junction to Regents Park tube station, because of earlier emergency repairs to a burst water main. All lanes have been re-opened. Congestion on A40 Westway to Paddington Slip road.

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

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    Severe disruption: A4201 London both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A4201 London both ways severe disruption, between Weymouth Street and New Cavendish Street.

    A4201 London - A4201 Portland Place in Fitzrovia closed between the Weymouth Street junction and the New Cavendish Street junction, because of a burst water main. Diversion in operation - buses 453, C2, 88 re-routed.

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

  8. Man admits pedestrian death by careless driving

    Image caption: The victim died at the scene on Mudeford in Christchurch

    A 93-year-old man has admitted causing the death of an elderly woman by careless driving.

    The 85-year-old victim died after being hit by Robert Hammer's silver BMW on Mudeford in Christchurch, Dorset, on 13 October.

    He hit a parked car before reversing "at speed", mounting the pavement and striking the his victim, police said.

    Hammer, from Barnet, has been fined £8,000 and disqualified from driving for three years.

  9. London needs 72,000 school places in next six years

    Chessington Community College a co-educational 11-19 comprehensive community schoo

    London will need to find an additional 72,000 school places over the next six years, according to a new report.

    According to Greater London Authority increased birth rates and migration to the capital since the financial crisis have led to an increase in the need for school places.

    London will need the equivalent of 60 standard new schools by 2024, when demand is predicted to subside again.

    This year there was demand for an extra 20,000 school places across the capital.

    Educational hotspots such as Harrow and Islington found demand 50% higher than the population of school age children in the area.