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Saturday 2nd August

Uber taxi app 'competing unfairly'

12AM - BBC News

The Uber taxi app is "competing unfairly" with London's black cabs, senior Labour MP Margaret Hodge says.


Friday 1st August

England guaranteed mixed doubles gold

11PM - BBC News

England are guaranteed Commonwealth Games gold in table tennis' mixed doubles following Friday's semi-finals.


Lampard set for Man City loan move

10PM - BBC News

Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is set to join Manchester City on a loan deal from New York City FC.


VIDEO: London Zoo defends late parties

8PM - BBC News

London Zoo has defended its "Lates" evening openings where alcohol is served, after claims of drunken behaviour threatening the welfare of the animals.


Arrest in school sex abuse probe

8PM - BBC News

A 56-year-old man is arrested by police investigating historical sex abuse at a private school in south-west London.


VIDEO: Reward over child actor's killing

7PM - BBC News

A 10,000 reward is being offered for help in tracking down the suspected killer of a young actor in south London.


Millwall bring in defender Briggs

7PM - BBC News

Millwall sign former Fulham defender Matthew Briggs on a one-year contract, following a successful trial at The Den.


Dons suffer Frampton injury blow

6PM - BBC News

AFC Wimbledon centre-back Andy Frampton will be out for eight weeks after sustaining a broken ankle in training.


Bees sign defender O'Shaughnessy

6PM - BBC News

Championship newcomers Brentford sign Finland Under-21 international Daniel O'Shaughnessy on a free transfer.


Orient sign Forest's Henderson

6PM - BBC News

League One side Leyton Orient sign Darius Henderson after the striker leaves Nottingham Forest by mutual consent.


Wilson wants Surrey to regain form

5PM - BBC News

Captain Gary Wilson hopes Surrey can rediscover their best form when they play in the quarter-finals of the T20 Blast.


Leyton Orient appoint Italian duo

5PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient appoint Alessandro Angelieri as their new chief executive and Mauro Milanese as sporting director.


School 'failings' over paedophile

5PM - BBC News

A London school failed to deal with concerns raised about a convicted paedophile who drugged and abused boys in his care, a report finds.


Castleford Tigers v London Broncos (Sun)

4PM - BBC News

Team news as Castleford Tigers host London Broncos in Sunday's Super League fixture at The Mend A Hose Jungle (15:30 BST).


Rotherham loan for Chelsea's Swift

4PM - BBC News

Promoted Rotherham United sign 19-year-old Chelsea midfield prospect John Swift on a season-long loan deal.


Vermaelen may leave Arsenal - Wenger

4PM - BBC News

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says club captain and Belgium international defender Thomas Vermaelen may leave the Gunners.


Father cleared of shaken baby death

4PM - BBC News

A man is cleared of killing his son who died as a result of severe brain injuries caused 12 years ago when he was shaken as a baby.


VIDEO: Immersive cinema: Is this the future?

3PM - BBC News

Newsnight reports on the growing popularity of immersive entertainment.


Wenger says Vermaelen may leave

3PM - BBC News

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says club captain and Belgium defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, may leave the Gunners.


Bus cyclist detection system tested

3PM - BBC News

Four London buses will be fitted with pedestrian and cyclist detection software as part of a six-week trial.


Man jailed over teen ecstasy death

3PM - BBC News

A man has been jailed for five years for supplying drugs after a 16-year-old boy died at a rave in west London.


VIDEO: On board 'safety shield' London bus

2PM - BBC News

New software will be trialled on a number of London buses to try to reduce collisions, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.


Henderson set for Orient switch

2PM - BBC News

League One side Leyton Orient are set to sign Nottingham Forest striker Darius Henderson, reports BBC London 94.9.


Palace sign defender Hangeland

2PM - BBC News

Premier League club Crystal Palace sign former Fulham central defender Brede Hangeland on a free transfer.


Veteran graffiti artist Robbo dies

2PM - BBC News

A veteran graffiti artist famed for his art in London over the last 30 years dies aged 45.


Miliband London job claim criticised

2PM - BBC News

Ed Miliband's claim that "four out of five" new jobs in Britain were in London has been questioned by the UK statistics watchdog.


Bulgarian Bodurov joins Fulham

1PM - BBC News

Championship club Fulham make Bulgarian central defender Nikolay Bodurov their ninth signing of the summer.


Secret Cinema show finally opens

1PM - BBC News

Secret Cinema has finally opened its Back to the Future show to strong reviews after the late cancellation of earlier dates.


Rossington extends Northants stay

11AM - BBC News

Northants extend the loan spell of Middlesex wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Rossington until the end of August.


Broncos sign Wales winger Williams

11AM - BBC News

London Broncos sign former Warrington Wolves winger Rhys Williams on a two-year deal from the start of next season.


Probe over late night zoo parties

11AM - BBC News

An investigation begins into after-hours parties at London Zoo after claims guests poured beer over animals .


Rolf Harris challenges conviction

11AM - BBC News

Disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris applies for permission to appeal against his conviction for indecent assaults.


Tottenham to sign 4m defender Dier

10AM - BBC News

Tottenham agree to sign Sporting Lisbon's England Under-21 defender Eric Dier for 4m, subject to a medical.


The boy 'trafficked for paedophiles'

7AM - BBC News

rapped in a subculture of child abuse


Man arrested in Syria terror inquiry

7AM - BBC News

A 23-year-old man is arrested in west London - and later bailed - on suspicion of raising money for terrorism in Syria.


Appeal over CBBC actor's killing

1AM - BBC News

Police hunting for a man wanted over the stabbing of a children's TV actor offer a 10,000 reward for information leading to his arrest and prosecution.


Thursday 31st July

West Ham sign Jenkinson on loan

11PM - BBC News

West Ham United sign Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson on a season-long loan, their sixth summer recruit.


Dunne retires from Republic duty

11PM - BBC News

QPR defender Richard Dunne, 34, calls time on his Republic of Ireland career after 14 years and 80 appearances.


Okagbare seals women's sprint double

10PM - BBC News

Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare completes a Commonwealth sprint double by storming to women's 200m gold at Glasgow 2014.


Weir powers to Commonwealth gold

10PM - BBC News

England's David Weir puts in a majestic display to win his first Commonwealth Games title in the men's T54 1500m.


Galloway's former aide sentenced

7PM - BBC News

A former parliamentary secretary of George Galloway MP is sentenced for illegally obtaining personal data from her police officer husband.


Goalkeepers' penalty 'flaw' revealed

7PM - BBC News

Goalkeepers in penalty shoot-outs make a predictable error that could influence the outcome of the game according to new research.


Woman denies hiding cash in underwear

7PM - BBC News

A student accused of trying to smuggle money to fighters in Syria denies allegations she hid 20,000 euros (16,000) in her underwear.


Gatwick staff to help with baggage

7PM - BBC News

Gatwick Airport will bring in up to 45 of its own staff to help with luggage handling to ensure there is no repeat of last weekend's delays.


Morgan century sees off Surrey

6PM - BBC News

Eoin Morgan hits an unbeaten century to lead Middlesex to a six-wicket victory over Surrey in the One-Day Cup at Lord's.


Rose signs five-year Tottenham deal

6PM - BBC News

Tottenham left-back Danny Rose signs a new contract to tie him to the Premier League club until the summer of 2019.


VIDEO: Tags for alcohol-related offenders

5PM - BBC News

Repeat offenders convicted of alcohol-related crimes will be forced to wear ankle tags that monitor their drinking, under a new pilot scheme.


Doctor denies carrying out FGM in UK

5PM - BBC News

Two men facing the UK's first prosecution over female genital mutilation deny any wrongdoing.


Student gets fees from crowdfunding

5PM - BBC News

A woman from London manages to raise 26,000 to pay for her fees and living costs at Oxford University through crowdfunding.


Cavalryman wins Goodwood Cup

4PM - BBC News

Cavalryman comes through late on to win the Goodwood Cup, ahead of Ahzeemah and last year's winner Brown Panther.


'Concern' over one in five prisons

4PM - BBC News

The performance of more than a fifth of prisons in England and Wales is "of concern", a government body says.


'Concern' rating for three new jails

3PM - BBC News

The performance of the three prisons in England and Wales that opened under the coalition government is "of concern", official ratings show.


Pardew retains interest in QPR's Remy

2PM - BBC News

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew retains an interest in QPR striker Loic Remy, after a move to Liverpool collapsed.


Assault charge footballer in custody

2PM - BBC News

West Ham footballer Ravel Morrison is remanded in custody after two women were assaulted in Manchester and Salford.


Local mayor raises Palestinian flag

1PM - BBC News

The mayor of Tower Hamlets is criticised for raising the Palestinian flag at the town hall, in east London.


Yarde aims to improve at Harlequins

12PM - BBC News

England wing Marland Yarde says moving to Harlequins from London Irish will help his development as a player.


London mayor raises Palestinian flag

12PM - BBC News

The mayor of Tower Hamlets is criticised for raising the Palestinian flag at the town hall, in east London.


Queen's Estimate to run in Goodwood Cup

11AM - BBC News

The Queen's horse Estimate will run at Glorious Goodwood despite recently testing positive for morphine.


Everton complete Lukaku signing

10AM - BBC News

Everton sign Belgian World Cup striker Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea for a club record fee of 28m.


West Ham star in women attack charge

10AM - BBC News

West Ham footballer Ravel Morrison is charged with assaulting two women.


UK border staff 'not ready' for Ebola

10AM - BBC News

Immigration and customs staff feel unprepared to deal with people arriving in the UK with possible Ebola infections, union leader warns.


Tags plan to cut alcohol-linked crime

10AM - BBC News

Repeat offenders convicted of alcohol-related crimes could be forced by courts to wear ankle tags to monitor whether they are still drinking, under a new pilot scheme.


Footballer on women assault charge

9AM - BBC News

West Ham footballer Ravel Morrison is charged with assaulting two women.


Land Registry 'over-capacity' claim

8AM - BBC News

Jobs could be at risk at the Land Registry after a leaked email suggests efficiency savings could result in staff cuts.


VIDEO: London hospitals overhaul approved

7AM - BBC News

Plans to overhaul health services in north-west London have been approved at a hospital trust board meeting.


Is show season making a comeback?

7AM - BBC News

Why is there a resurgence in country shows?


London air hub 'must serve Scotland'

7AM - BBC News

The Scottish Council for Development and Industry calls for London airport expansions to benefit Scotland and other UK regions.


'E-cigs less harm than cigarettes'

7AM - BBC News

An analysis of the current evidence available on e-cigarettes suggests they are safer than conventional cigarettes.


Assault charge for duke's ex-aide

7AM - BBC News

A former personal assistant to the Duke of Edinburgh is accused of sexually abusing a girl in the early 1970s.


Tags to monitor alcohol consumption

1AM - BBC News

Offenders convicted of alcohol-related crimes will have to wear ankle tags to monitor whether they are still drinking, under a new pilot scheme.


Wednesday 30th July

Southampton sign Bertrand on loan

11PM - BBC News

Chelsea left-back Ryan Bertrand joins fellow Premier League side Southampton on a season-long loan.


Plans to overhaul hospitals approved

11PM - BBC News

More than half of Charing Cross Hospital is to be sold after plans to overhaul health services in north-west London were approved.


VIDEO: London set to become 'mega-city'

10PM - BBC News

London's population is booming and by 2050, its expected to be a "mega-city" with 11m people.


Activists lose gay advert challenge

10PM - BBC News

The High Court has dismissed a claim by Christian activists that the London mayor was responsible for a ban on a bus advert.


Everton complete 28m Lukaku signing

9PM - BBC News

Everton sign Belgian World Cup striker Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea for a club-record fee of 28m.


Student 'set up' over Syria cash

8PM - BBC News

A student accused of trying to smuggle 20,000 euros (16,000) to aid fighters in Syria tells a court she was "set up" by her friend.


West End 'out-performs' Broadway

8PM - BBC News

London's West End out-performs New York's Broadway by 20%, according to new research.


Everton set for 23.7m Lukaku signing

6PM - BBC News

Everton are close to signing Belgian World Cup striker Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea for a club-record 23.7m.


Daley to enter 10m synchro event

5PM - BBC News

Tom Daley will compete for England in 10m synchro diving event at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Friday.


Arsenal lose concert court battle

5PM - BBC News

Arsenal Football Club lose a High Court battle over the number of concerts that they can hold at Emirates Stadium.


Everton set to sign Chelsea's Lukaku

4PM - BBC News

Everton are close to signing Belgian World Cup striker Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea on a reported five-year deal.


Arsenal loses concert court battle

4PM - BBC News

Arsenal Football Club loses a High Court battle over the number of concerts that it can hold at its Emirates Stadium.


PCSO guilty of thefts at airport

4PM - BBC News

A former Sussex PSCO is found guilty of stealing from passengers while on duty at Gatwick Airport.


London population to hit 11 million

3PM - BBC News

London's population is set to increase by 37% to more than 11m people by 2050, according to the mayor's report on how the city will accommodate the increase.


New banker rules 'could hurt London'

3PM - BBC News

Bank of England plans to penalise badly-performing bankers could put London at a disadvantage as a financial centre, says banking industry body BBA.


Ex-policeman on Rodney murder charge

2PM - BBC News

A former policeman is to be charged with murdering a man who was shot dead after a car was stopped by officers in north London nine years ago.


Brentford boss rejects Forshaw sale

1PM - BBC News

Brentford manager Mark Warburton says the Championship newcomers have no reason to sell midfielder Adam Forshaw.


VIDEO: Olympic 2012 village two years on

11AM - BBC News

Boxer Anthony Joshua returns to the London 2012 Athletes' Village two years after winning gold at the Olympic Games.


Secret Cinema to begin one week late

11AM - BBC News

Secret Cinema's screenings of Back to the Future are to begin in London on Thursday after the opening week was cancelled.


Bankers given stricter bonus rules

11AM - BBC News

The Bank of England unveils plans which may see badly-performing bankers return bonuses up to seven years after being awarded them.


The dead dog that changed colour twice

9AM - BBC News

A strange tale of dogs that used to collect money for charity - and carried on collecting after death.


Car ends up in 'Elephant' subway

8AM - BBC News

A driver walks away with minor injuries after his car crashed into railings and ended up in the entrance of a subway in London.


Bank to unveil bonus clawback plan

8AM - BBC News

The Bank of England is due to unveil a plan which may see rule-breaking bankers return bonuses up to seven years after being awarded them.


Shakespeare's Globe: Theatrical laboratory

7AM - BBC News

The Globe as an academic living experiment


VIDEO: The teetotaller's hospital

7AM - BBC News

The London National Temperance Hospital was set up in 1873 by a group committed to removing alcohol from medicinal practice.


HSBC closes some Muslims' accounts

7AM - BBC News

HSBC bank writes to Finsbury Park Mosque and other Muslim individuals and organisations around the UK giving them notice their accounts will be closed.


Sleep sensor smashes Kickstarter goal

7AM - BBC News

A 22-year-old London entrepreneur's new sleep-tracking device cracks $1m (590,000) on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform in five days.


Bank of England bonus clawback plan

7AM - BBC News

The Bank of England is expected to unveil on Wednesday a plan which may see rule-breaking bankers return bonuses up to seven years after being awarded them.


Met to answer undercover sex claims

1AM - BBC News

The Metropolitan Police has agreed to reveal whether two men had relationships with women while working as undercover police officers.


England win five silvers in athletics

12AM - BBC News

Laura Weightman, Laura Samuel, Will Sharman, Ashley Bryant and Nick Miller all win silvers on a thrilling night for England.


Tuesday 29th July

Home nations win three golds in pool

11PM - BBC News

England's Ben Proud and the 4x100m medley team win Commonwealth Games gold in Glasgow, as does Wales' Georgia Davies.


VIDEO: Plan for 'polluting vehicles' charge

10PM - BBC News

People who use "polluting vehicles" such as older diesel cars could soon have to pay more to drive into central London.


Second sprint gold for England's Proud

9PM - BBC News

England's Ben Proud adds the 50m freestyle crown to his 50m butterfly gold, as Wales' Georgia Davies wins the 50m backstroke.


Rodriguez & Schneiderlin 'not for sale'

9PM - BBC News

Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger says midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and striker Jay Rodriguez are not for sale.


Child malaria vaccine 'milestone'

9PM - BBC News

Scientists say the world's first malaria vaccine provides children with continuing protection against the disease and may be in use by 2015.


Flooding closes World War Two bunker

9PM - BBC News

A World War Two bunker is closed temporarily to visitors following flash flooding in west London.


'Child malaria vaccine milestone'

8PM - BBC News

Scientists say the world's first malaria vaccine provides children with continuing protection against the disease and may be in use by 2015.


Osagie rails against disqualification

7PM - BBC News

England's Andrew Osagie reacts angrily after being disqualified for tangling with Wales' Joe Thomas in the 800m.


Rugby star guilty of model's assault

7PM - BBC News

Wales rugby star Ian Gough is found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill, days after her engagement to pop star Dane Bowers.


VIDEO: Jacqueline Wilson on Hetty play

6PM - BBC News

Children's author Dame Jacqueline Wilson said she was "delighted" by the new West End stage version of her favourite character Hetty Feather.


VIDEO: Mayor fails to stop election threat

5PM - BBC News

The mayor of Tower Hamlets has failed to stop a legal challenge which could threaten his election victory.


Osagie rails against Welsh protest

5PM - BBC News

England's Andrew Osagie criticises Wales' Joe Thomas after he is disqualified in the heats of the Commonwealth Games 800m.


'Unsafe' lorries ban considered

5PM - BBC News

Larger lorries without safety equipment could be banned from London under proposals from the Mayor of London.


Silver is a stepping stone - Gemili

4PM - BBC News

Former footballer Adam Gemili, 20, targets further track success after coming of age with a silver medal in Games 100m


Fulham sell Dejagah to Qatari club

4PM - BBC News

Championship club Fulham sell Iran international Ashkan Dejagah to Qatari side Al-Arabi for an undisclosed fee.


Drivers' annual mileage rates fall

4PM - BBC News

Drivers in England are clocking up the lowest number of miles on average since records began 12 years ago, official figures show.


VIDEO: Hull ballet dancer in starring role

3PM - BBC News

A ballet dancer from Hull who became the first Briton to join one of the world's leading ballet companies in Russia is to perform at the Royal Opera House in London


West Ham finalise 12m Valencia deal

3PM - BBC News

Ecuador striker Enner Valencia completes move to West Ham on a five-year contract from Pachuca in a deal reportedly worth 12m.


More detail needed in election probe

3PM - BBC News

High Court judges who will decide whether the Mayor of Tower Hamlets' election victory can be challenged, have asked for more information before they can return their findings.


Rigby killer loses initial appeal bid

2PM - BBC News

Michael Adebolajo loses the first stage of an appeal against his conviction and sentence for the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby.


NHS boss jailed for 2.2m fraud

2PM - BBC News

A former head of financial accounting at two NHS trusts is jailed for stealing 2.2m of NHS funds to buy 11 properties in Sussex and London.


Life sentence for Innocent shooting

2PM - BBC News

A killer who shot his victim in the stomach during a dispute involving up to 20 people in east London, is told he must serve at least 28 years in prison.


Super League 'unknown' excites Noble

1PM - BBC News

The unknown in Super League's re-structure will add a new dimension of excitement from 2015, says coach Brian Noble.


Emin's My Bed set for long Tate loan

1PM - BBC News

Tracey Emin's controversial artwork My Bed is to return to the Tate after being sold by Charles Saatchi for 2.2m earlier this month.


Anderson 'stellar' in Streetcar

1PM - BBC News

Critics praise Gillian Anderson


Diesels face 10 pollution charge

1PM - BBC News

Plans to charge drivers of diesel cars about 10 to drive into central London to tackle high levels of air pollution, are being considered.


Jail for cancer hospital fraudster

1PM - BBC News

An NHS worker is jailed for four years over a fraud in which 642,000 meant for cancer drugs was stolen from a leading hospital.


Queen's Estimate set for Goodwood race

12PM - BBC News

The Queen's horse Estimate is declared to run at Glorious Goodwood despite recently testing positive for morphine.


Gherkin skyscraper put up for sale

11AM - BBC News

London's Gherkin skyscraper is put up for sale, with interest expected from Chinese, other Asian, and US buyers.


Diesels 'face 10 pollution charge'

10AM - BBC News

Plans to charge drivers of diesel cars 10 to drive into central London are being considered, it is reported.


Gabriel Prokofiev debuts concerto

7AM - BBC News

Gabriel Prokofiev debuts WW1 concerto


Police placing ads on piracy sites

7AM - BBC News

The City of London police has started placing banner advertisements on websites believed to be offering pirated content illegally.


House price growth 'starts to slow'

12AM - BBC News

Seven out of 10 regions of England and Wales recorded month-on-month falls in house prices in June, according to the Land Registry.


Monday 28th July

England's Gemili takes 100m silver

11PM - BBC News

England's Adam Gemili wins Commonwealth Games silver in the men's 100m, with Jamaica's Kemar Bailey-Cole taking gold.


VIDEO: 'Worst passport service in the world'

10PM - BBC News

BBC News speaks to people applying for their passports as thousands of workers go on strike in a dispute over staff numbers and pay.


VIDEO: Busker about to hit the big time

10PM - BBC News

A musician who spent 20 years busking on the streets of London is about to hit the big time with the release of his first album on a major record label.


Okagbare wins women's 100m gold

10PM - BBC News

Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare wins the women's 100m gold in 10.85 seconds, with England's Asha Philips in fourth.


Gemili takes silver in men's 100m

10PM - BBC News

England's Adam Gemili wins silver in the men's 100m, with Jamaica's Kemar Bailey-Cole taking gold.


Tory MP David Ruffley to stand down

10PM - BBC News

Conservative MP David Ruffley, who had been criticised after receiving a police caution for common assault in London, is to retire from Parliament at the next election.


VIDEO: Flash flooding hits London homes

9PM - BBC News

Several homes were affected in parts of north-west London following torrential downpours and flash flooding.


VIDEO: 'Training' issue over smoke scare Tube

9PM - BBC News

A Tube driver who took four minutes to open the doors of a train filling with smoke lacked training, an accident investigation report has found.


England claim badminton team silver

8PM - BBC News

England are forced to settle for silver in the mixed team event after losing to Malaysia at the Emirates Arena.


Doctor Who takes to the stage

8PM - BBC News

Doctor Who is preparing to take to the stage with live music and a cast of 100 actors and singers along with Daleks and Cybermen in the line-up.


Architect Sir Richard MacCormac dies

8PM - BBC News

The award-winning architect Sir Richard MacCormac dies aged 75 after a long battle with cancer.


Lloyds fined 218m over Libor

8PM - BBC News

Lloyds Banking Group is fined 218m for "serious misconduct" relating to key interest rates including Libor.


New island route to London City

8PM - BBC News

Guernsey's government-owned airline, Aurigny, is to fly between the island and London City Airport.


Spurs close in on Southampton pair

7PM - BBC News

Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin and Jay Rodriguez are close to joining former boss Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham.


Brighton sign Fulham's Stockdale

7PM - BBC News

Championship side Brighton & Hove Albion sign Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale for an undisclosed fee.


'Fear spread' over smoke on Tube

6PM - BBC News

Panic spread among Tube passengers as people tried to escape a locked train when smoke and the smell of burning was detected, a report finds.


Winger Hemmings joins Dagenham

5PM - BBC News

League Two Dagenham & Redbridge sign winger Ashley Hemmings on a free transfer following his departure from Walsall.


Jury out over shaken baby death

5PM - BBC News

An Old Bailey jury retires to consider its verdict in the trial of a father accused of his son's manslaughter who died 12 years after being shaken as a baby.


'Cops' to mimic New York policing

5PM - BBC News

A team of 100 police officers will patrol London's West End in an initiative which mimics policing in New York.


QPR question Remy medical claims

4PM - BBC News

QPR boss Harry Redknapp does not think Loic Remy's 8.5m move to Liverpool collapsed over a failed medical.


Arsenal sign 16m teenager Chambers

4PM - BBC News

Arsenal complete the signing of teenage Southampton defender Calum Chambers for a fee understood to be about 16m.


Bees boss welcomes new 'weaponry'

3PM - BBC News

Brentford manager Mark Warburton says their summer additions will give them a new dimension in attack this season.


VIDEO: Ruislip suffers flash flooding

2PM - BBC News

Parts of north-west London have been affected by flash flooding following a heavy downpour during rush hour.


Irish Troubles collection 'on offer'

2PM - BBC News

The largest known private collection of memorabilia charting the history of Ireland and the Troubles is being offered free to a good home


Teaching blind choir conductors

2PM - BBC News

Can blind people be taught to conduct a choir with gestures that the singers understand?


Hacker McKinnon turns search expert

2PM - BBC News

Londoner Gary McKinnon, the computer hacker who was the subject of a 10-year legal battle over US extradition, reinvents himself as a search expert.


VIDEO: Rabbi joins Muslims for Ramadan

12PM - BBC News

A Rabbi from Edgware joined Muslims celebrating the Festival of Eid to mark the end of Ramadan.


Lions call thrills Middlesex's Patel

12PM - BBC News

Middlesex spinner Ravi Patel is "ecstatic" his form has been rewarded with his first call-up to the England Lions.


Pietersen signs for Melbourne Stars

11AM - BBC News

Former England captain Kevin Pietersen agrees a two-year deal to play Twenty20 cricket for the Melbourne Stars.


Women rescued from stranded car

11AM - BBC News

Two women are rescued from a stranded car after heavy rain causes flash-floods in north-west London.


VIDEO: 'I've never been involved in drugs'

8AM - BBC News

The singer and former X Factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlo has told the BBC she has never been involved in drugs and she has never taken cocaine.


RAC urges parking funds transparency

8AM - BBC News

Councils should show where they are spending the money they raise on parking fees as motorists see higher charges, says the RAC.


Poetry show pulls audience of one

7AM - BBC News

Show targets audience of one


Getting stuck on things or in things

7AM - BBC News

London Fire Brigade's figures on stuck children


Tulisa: I'm lucky to be here now

7AM - BBC News

The former N-Dubz singer has told Newsbeat "there was a really low point" during her recent assault charge case and drug trial.


Sunday 27th July

Willstrop sets up all-English final

11PM - BBC News

James Willstrop will face fellow Englishman Nick Matthew in the final of the men's singles after bearing India's Saurav Ghosal.


Chelsea, Spurs, Villa and Leicester win

8PM - BBC News

Diego Costa scores in Chelsea victory, Spurs and Aston Villa win in the United States, while Leicester beat Everton.


Chelsea move level with Birmingham

8PM - BBC News

Chelsea move level on points with Women's Super League leaders Birmingham City following a 2-1 win against Bristol Academy.


Pair bailed over FGM conspiracy

8PM - BBC News

A man and a woman are bailed after being arrested in London for conspiracy to commit female genital mutilation.


Glamorgan chase 308 to beat Surrey

7PM - BBC News

Graham Wagg sees Glamorgan to a victory target of 308 against Surrey as the Welsh side make it two wins from two in the One-Day Cup.


Arsenal to confirm 16m Chambers signing

7PM - BBC News

Arsenal are expected to confirm the signing of Southampton defender Calum Chambers for a fee of about 16m on Monday.


Bears hold nerve to beat Middlesex

7PM - BBC News

Jonathan Trott scores 78 as Warwickshire start their One-Day Cup campaign with a narrow four-run win over Middlesex.


Arsenal sign 3m keeper Ospina

6PM - BBC News

Arsenal complete the signing of Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina from Nice on a long-term contract for about 3m.


Police watchdog probe after man dies

6PM - BBC News

The police watchdog begins an investigation after a man died following an incident involving police in north London.


Matthew sinks Barker to reach final

5PM - BBC News

Defending champion Nick Matthew reaches the men's singles squash final with a 3-0 win over fellow Englishman Peter Barker.


England win two golds in double trap

4PM - BBC News

England's Steven Scott wins men's double trap gold, while Matthew French takes silver and Charlotte Kerwood claims women's gold.


'Sumo wrestlers' in 5km charity run

2PM - BBC News

Dozens of fun runners don giant sumo wrestler suits to take part in a race around a park.


Boy, 16, stabbed in east London park

2PM - BBC News

A 16-year-old boy is in hospital with serious injuries after being stabbed in an east London park.


Hit-and-run driver injures policeman

1PM - BBC News

A police officer is seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver during out a routine stop in Kent.


Rail swing bridge closed for repairs

1PM - BBC News

A "problematic" railway swing bridge closes for the next six weeks, leading to train diversions in North and East Yorkshire.


Murder probe after cemetery death

1PM - BBC News

A 52-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of murder after a man died in hospital after being found with a neck injury at an east London cemetery.


Arsenal sign Colombia keeper Ospina

12PM - BBC News

Arsenal complete the signing of Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina from Nice on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee.


Wilshere regrets 'unacceptable' smoking

11AM - BBC News

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere says he regrets second smoking incident after being photographed puffing on a cigarette.


Spurs and Villa win, Inter beat Real

11AM - BBC News

Tottenham and Aston Villa win in the United States, while Gareth Bale scores as Real Madrid lose to Inter Milan.


Arsenal sign Ospina, says Nice coach

10AM - BBC News

Arsenal have completed the signing of Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina, according to Nice coach Claude Puel.


In pictures: London Olympic Park

10AM - BBC News

Aerial photographer Jason Hawkes flies over the capital in a helicopter, capturing the London 2012 Olympic Park from above.



National News

Foreigners 'owe millions in fines'

Councils are missing out on millions of pounds every year because foreign drivers are not paying parking fines, the Local Government Association says.

Foreign drivers' fines cost 'millions'

Foreign drivers cost councils millions of pounds every year in unpaid parking fines, the Local Government Association says.

Fifty years of Cambridge Folk Festival

The festival that helped folk music find its voice

Is it the end for concrete jungles?

Could city revamps signal the end of concrete jungles?

Uber taxi app 'competing unfairly'

The Uber taxi app is "competing unfairly" with London's black cabs, senior Labour MP Margaret Hodge says.

Business News

VIDEO: Cyber extortion a growing threat

Newsnight's David Grossman reports on the growing threat to technology companies posed by cyber extortionists.

VIDEO: GM fund chief: 'Heart-wrenching' process

The chief of the GM compensation fund says the process of meeting families of victims is "heart-wrenching"

Uber taxi app 'competing unfairly'

The Uber taxi app is "competing unfairly" with London's black cabs, senior Labour MP Margaret Hodge says.

Does your house make more than you?

Find out if your house makes more money than you do

Judge urges Argentina default talks

In the first hearing since Argentina defaulted on its debts, US judge Thomas Griesa calls for negotiations to be resumed urgently.

Entertainment News

Fifty years of Cambridge Folk Festival

The festival that's thriving after 50 years

Simon Cowell: I would work with Tulisa

X Factor judge Simon Cowell has revealed he would not "rule out" teaming up with Tulisa Contostavlos in the future.

One Direction top global album chart

One Direction's Midnight Memories was the biggest-selling album around the world in 2013, beating Eminem into second place, figures show.

ENO 'will take risks' despite cuts

The English National Opera will keep taking risks despite a funding cut, according to incoming music director Mark Wigglesworth

No 10 'meddling in BBC boss search'

David Cameron is accused by former Labour ministers of "interfering" in the search for a new chair of the BBC Trust.

Sport News

Price proud after historic bronze

Lauren Price says there is more to come after taking bronze to become the first female Welsh boxer to win a Commonwealth Games medal.

VIDEO: Lewis wins jump-off for pole vault gold

Steve Lewis becomes the first Englishman to win a Commonwealth gold medal in the men's pole vault after edging out countryman Luke Cutts in a jump-off.

Gavin loses unbeaten record to Bundu

British boxer Frankie Gavin loses his unbeaten record with a split-decision defeat by European champion Leonard Bundu.

Pearson ends turbulent week with gold

Olympic champion Sally Pearson ends a turbulent week by successfully defending her Commonwealth 100m hurdles title.

Johnson drugs ban denied by PGA

Reports that American golfer Dustin Johnson has been suspended for failing a drugs test are denied by the PGA Tour.

Technology News

VIDEO: Cyber extortion a growing threat

Newsnight's David Grossman reports on the growing threat to technology companies posed by cyber extortionists.

Uber taxi app 'competing unfairly'

The Uber taxi app is "competing unfairly" with London's black cabs, senior Labour MP Margaret Hodge says.

Tech firms hit by cyber extortion

Tech firms hit by threats to take them offline

VIDEO: On board 'safety shield' London bus

New software will be trialled on a number of London buses to try to reduce collisions, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.

'Shooter' studio future in doubt

The future of a Nottingham-based studio where the Homefront games are made is in doubt after the rights to the title are sold.