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Friday 30th January

Colchester sign McEvoy from Spurs

3PM - BBC News

Colchester United sign Tottenham midfielder Kenneth McEvoy on loan until the end of the season.


VIDEO: Churchill funeral flotilla recreated

2PM - BBC News

Fifty years after the funeral for Sir Winston Churchill, the boat that carried his coffin long the Thames repeats its journey.


Fletcher having West Ham medical

2PM - BBC News

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher is undergoing a medical at West Ham as he moves closer to a move to Upton Park.


Burglars jailed for lecturer attack

2PM - BBC News

Four burglars who savagely beat a university lecturer at his London home are given jail sentences of up to 19 years.


Brentford v Middlesbrough

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Brentford and Middlesbrough.


Stoke City v Queens Park Rangers

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Stoke City and Queens Park Rangers.


Hunt joins Rotherham from Palace

1PM - BBC News

Rotherham United sign full-back Jack Hunt on loan from Crystal Palace until the end of the season.


Easyjet backs Heathrow expansion

1PM - BBC News

Budget airline Easyjet says it is in favour of expanding Heathrow airport in a submission to the Airports Commission


Chelsea's Costa gets three-match ban

1PM - BBC News

Chelsea striker Diego Costa is banned for three matches after stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can.


Redknapp still chasing loan deals

12PM - BBC News

QPR boss Harry Redknapp says he is chasing loan signings in a bid to bring in new faces before the end of the transfer window.


Tucudean leaves Charlton on loan

12PM - BBC News

Charlton Athletic striker George Tucudean joins Romanian side Steaua Bucharest on an 18-month loan deal.


Smith 'honoured' to be Wembley guest

12PM - BBC News

Matt Smith is "honoured" to be invited to travel with Bristol City for the JP Trophy final, despite being ineligible.


Gabriel 'could cost goals' - Wenger

12PM - BBC News

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says new signing Gabriel Paulista's lack of English could cost goals as he settles in.


Bombers 'porn-driven losers' - Boris

12PM - BBC News

Violent religious extremists are often tortured men with a history of using pornography, London Mayor Boris Johnson says.


Chelsea close to £23m Cuadrado deal

11AM - BBC News

Chelsea are close to finalising a £23.3m deal to sign Fiorentina's 26-year-old Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado.


Police marksman denies Rodney murder

11AM - BBC News

A former police marksman pleads not guilty to the murder of robbery suspect Azelle Rodney who was shot dead in north London in 2005.


VIDEO: More counter-terror funding needed

9AM - BBC News

Met Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe says he needs "tens of millions" of pounds in extra funding to protect London from the threat of terrorism.


VIDEO: Crossrail breaks through under City

9AM - BBC News

Crossrail workers have made their latest breakthrough by tunnelling under the City of London.


Millions 'needed' to protect city

9AM - BBC News

Scotland Yard's commissioner says "tens of millions" of pounds is needed to protect London from terrorism.


Child obesity rates 'levelling off'

9AM - BBC News

The rise in childhood obesity, which has left one in three children overweight, may be beginning to level off in the under-10s, a study by King's College London suggests.


Churchill's funeral anniversary marked

7AM - BBC News

A series of events in London is set to mark the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill.


Trains resume after tunnel flood

7AM - BBC News

Thameslink services resume after leaks and a burst water main led to more than 1,000 trains being cancelled, Network Rail says.


Thursday 29th January

Frontline staff caring for London

10PM - BBC News

Frontline NHS staff in London are facing unprecedented pressure this winter, according to GP clinics and pharmacies in the capital.


Arrests in £50m laundering probe

9PM - BBC News

Eleven men are arrested on suspicion of laundering the proceeds of a multimillion-pound alcohol and VAT fraud.


Veteran, 99, marks charity centenary

7PM - BBC News

A 99-year-old World War Two veteran from Margate unveils a plaque in London to mark 100 years of the charity Blind Veterans UK.


Bees challenge 'no fluke' - Bidwell

6PM - BBC News

Left-back Jake Bidwell believes Brentford can sustain their challenge for promotion from the Championship.


Trains to resume after tunnel flood

6PM - BBC News

Thameslink services will resume on Friday after leaks and a burst water main led to more than 1,000 trains being cancelled, Network Rail says.


Teenagers released over stab murder

6PM - BBC News

Four teenagers, including a boy of 13, arrested on suspicion of murder are released without charge.


Police chief in arrest blame warning

6PM - BBC News

A chief constable says it is too early "make any assumptions" over blame, after a man was left paralysed following his arrest outside a nightclub.


Rail suicides increase train delays

6PM - BBC News

Suicides on the line between Norwich and London affected 1,700 more services in 2014 bringing the total to more than 8,000, a transport minister says.


Farewell to Dippy!

6PM - BBC News

Your photos and stories of the most-famous dinosaur in Kensington.


Pell leaves Dons to join Eastleigh

5PM - BBC News

Eastleigh sign midfielder Harry Pell from AFC Wimbledon after his Dons contract was cancelled by mutual consent.


Costa to contest 'stamp' charge

5PM - BBC News

Chelsea's Diego Costa will contest the violent conduct charge he faces over an alleged stamp on Liverpool's Emre Can on Tuesday.


Chelsea's Cahill defends Costa style

5PM - BBC News

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill defends team-mate Diego Costa and says he would not change the striker's physical approach.


Spurs' McEvoy to join Colchester

4PM - BBC News

Colchester United are set to sign Tottenham midfielder Kenneth McEvoy on loan until the end of the season.


Yeovil in Arthurworrey & Bell deals

4PM - BBC News

Yeovil Town extend defender Stephen Arthurworrey's loan from Fulham and sign ex-Mansfield midfielder Fergus Bell.


Palace sign Mutch and Ameobi

4PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace have completed the signings of Jordon Mutch and Shola Ameobi.


VIDEO: Museum's famous dinosaur on the move

3PM - BBC News

The Natural History Museum's long-time entrance hall exhibit of a Diplodocus dinosaur will be replaced by a giant blue whale skeleton.


Mixed reviews for Stoppard 'brain' play

3PM - BBC News

Mixed reviews for new Tom Stoppard play


Police death inquiry data lost by MoJ

3PM - BBC News

Discs containing information from three of the UK's most sensitive inquiries have gone missing after being put in the post.


Pompey sign Fulham's Passley on loan

2PM - BBC News

Portsmouth sign 20-year-old Fulham defender Josh Passley on a one-month youth loan deal.


Mutch joins Crystal Palace from QPR

2PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace sign midfielder Jordon Mutch from Premier League rivals Queens Park Rangers for an undisclosed fee.


Sakho not facing ban say West Ham

2PM - BBC News

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is confident striker Diafra Sakho will not be banned from playing despite a row with Senegal.


Jail term increase for hammer attack

2PM - BBC News

A man who beat three sisters with a hammer as they slept at a London hotel has his jail sentence increased at the Court of Appeal.


Burglars 'enjoyed' lecturer attack

2PM - BBC News

A gang of burglars seemed to enjoy punching a university professor as they raided his south London home, a court hears.


Fletcher deal still on - Allardyce

1PM - BBC News

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says a deal to sign Darren Fletcher from Manchester United is "not dead yet".


Charlton sign midfielder Lepoint

12PM - BBC News

Championship side Charlton sign midfielder Christophe Lepoint from Belgian side KAA Gent for an undisclosed fee.


Yeovil extend Arthurworrey loan

12PM - BBC News

Yeovil Town extend defender Stephen Arthurworrey's loan from Championship side Fulham until the end of the season.


Crossrail workers tunnel under City

11AM - BBC News

Workers on the multibillion-pound Crossrail project celebrate their latest breakthrough as they tunnel under the City of London.


Robson to make Indian Wells return

10AM - BBC News

Former British number one Laura Robson plans to return to the WTA Tour at the BNP Paribas Open in March.


Eriksen relishing Chelsea battle

10AM - BBC News

Christian Eriksen says Tottenham will take on Chelsea "with no fear" when the two sides meet in the League Cup final.


Accies' Hendrie in West Ham talks

10AM - BBC News

Hamilton Accies left-back Stephen Hendrie heads for signing talks with English Premier League club West Ham United.


Star Wars toy sells for £18,000

9AM - BBC News

A Star Wars fan sells a collection of Star Wars figures - including one item for £18,000 - to raise the cash to buy a house.


'After 88 minutes, give me the ball'

9AM - BBC News

Spurs midfielder tells team-mates to give him the ball late on after another crucial goal in the League Cup semi-final.


Morrison in Italy for Lazio talks

9AM - BBC News

West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison arrives in Italy for talks over a pre-contract agreement with Serie A side Lazio.


Will the UK's gas holders be missed?

8AM - BBC News

Bethnal Green gas holder among threatened


8AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


AUDIO: Dinosaur to make way for blue whale

7AM - BBC News

After 35 years, London's Natural History Museum is to swap its entrance dinosaur for a blue whale.


7AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


'Dippy' makes way for blue whale

7AM - BBC News

London's Natural History Museum is re-modelling its entrance, moving out the famous Diplodocus skeleton and moving in the bones of a blue whale.


6AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


5AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


4AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


3AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


2AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


1AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


12AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Wednesday 28th January

11PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


VIDEO: Qatar and its interest in London

10PM - BBC News

Canary Wharf is on the brink of being sold to a foreign consortium for £2.6bn, but why is Qatar so interested in London property?


Sheff Utd 2-2 Tottenham (agg 2-3)

10PM - BBC News

Tottenham set up a Capital One Cup final date with Chelsea at Wembley on 1 March thanks to Christian Eriksen's late goal.


10PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


9PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


VIDEO: Tunnel flood causes further delays

8PM - BBC News

Tens of thousands of rail commuters are enduring a sixth day of delays because of flooded tunnels at Farringdon, in north London.


8PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Love rival cleared of pestle murder

8PM - BBC News

A restaurant worker is cleared of using a giant oriental pestle to club to death a 74-year-old love rival.


Costa charged after 'stamp' on Can

7PM - BBC News

Chelsea's Diego Costa is charged by the FA for allegedly stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can and may face a three-game ban.


Arsenal sign £11.2m defender Gabriel

7PM - BBC News

Arsenal sign defender Gabriel Paulista from Villarreal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.


7PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


6PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Costa charged over Can 'stamp'

6PM - BBC News

Chelsea's Diego Costa is charged with violent conduct by the FA and could face a three-game suspension.


Arsenal bring in defender Gabriel

6PM - BBC News

Arsenal sign defender Gabriel Paulista from Villarreal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.


Paralysed man's family demand answers

6PM - BBC News

The family of a man left paralysed after being arrested receive an apology from the police watchdog for the length of its investigation.


Triple strike for London bus workers

6PM - BBC News

Bus workers in London will stage three 24-hour strikes in a dispute over pay, the union Unite announces.


Bill 'for millions' over rail chaos

6PM - BBC News

Network Rail issues Thames Water with a "multi-million pound bill" after leaks and a burst water main forced the cancellation of 1,000 trains.


5PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


FGM 'abhorrent' says accused doctor

5PM - BBC News

An NHS doctor accused of performing female genital mutilation on a young mother tells jurors he regards the practice as abhorrent.


Cardiff capture O'Keefe from Palace

4PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace midfielder Stuart O'Keefe joins Cardiff City after passing a medical at the Championship club.


4PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


FGM jurors told to look past 'horror'

4PM - BBC News

Jurors in the trial of a British doctor accused of performing female genital mutilation are urged not to let their "horror" of the practice colour their judgment.


Tesco names 43 UK store closures

4PM - BBC News

Tesco names the 43 stores it is closing across the country, a move that will see 2,000 staff lose their jobs.


Life sentence for wife decapitation

4PM - BBC News

A man who decapitated his wife at their home in west London is sentenced to life in prison.


3PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Mourinho fined for 'campaign' claim

3PM - BBC News

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is fined £25,000 by the Football Association over comments about a "campaign" to influence referees.


Hartson at 19: Record fee for a 'raging bull'

3PM - BBC News

Ex-Wales striker John Hartson shares his memories of becoming Britain's most expensive teenage footballer 20 years ago this month.


BBL seeks advice over licence doubt

2PM - BBC News

The British Basketball League seeks legal advice on Basketball England's statement which seems to raise licence doubts.


Referees 'driving Holloway insane'

2PM - BBC News

Millwall manager Ian Holloway claims his side do not receive fair treatment from referees when playing at home.


Glitter sobs over child abuse images

2PM - BBC News

Gary Glitter breaks down in tears as he tries to explain to jurors why he had been in possession of child abuse images.


2PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Trying to prevent radicalisation with humour

1PM - BBC News

An unlikely partnership - counter-terrorism police and a Muslim comedian.


1PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Bristol City keep Fulham's Smith

1PM - BBC News

Bristol City extend the loan spell of striker Matt Smith from Fulham until 1 March.


Qatar bid wins Canary Wharf battle

1PM - BBC News

A Qatari-led bid has won the battle to take over London's Canary Wharf complex after three major shareholders agreed to accept its offer..


Old Oak Common development approved

1PM - BBC News

One of the largest regeneration schemes in London for decades is approved by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.


12PM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Teacher guilty of abusing pupils

12PM - BBC News

A retired teacher at two Catholic boarding schools is found guilty of 15 counts of historical indecent assault against boys under 14.


Litvinenko post-mortem 'dangerous'

12PM - BBC News

The post-mortem examination of Alexander Litvinenko was probably the most dangerous ever conducted in the Western world, the inquiry into his death hears.


National Gallery staff go on strike

12PM - BBC News

Staff at the National Gallery in London are to stage a five-day strike in a row over plans to hand visitor services to a private company.


11AM - BBC News

On 30 January 1965, millions of people watched the funeral of Winston Churchill, but what was it like for the soldiers who carried his coffin?


Costa 'stamps' accidental - Mourinho

9AM - BBC News

Diego Costa's two 'stamps' in Chelsea's League Cup semi-final win over Liverpool were "accidental" says Jose Mourinho.


Fabregas injury concern for Chelsea

9AM - BBC News

Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas is an injury concern for the Premier League match against Manchester City with a tight hamstring.


Doran Jones heads back to Gloucester

9AM - BBC News

Ex-England prop Paul Doran Jones will rejoin Gloucester, while fellow props Paddy McAllister and Nicky Thomas also agree deals.


'Harder to work' for women in London

8AM - BBC News

Transport and childcare costs pointed to in report


US museums consider London outpost

8AM - BBC News

The world's largest museum and research institution could be heading for London as part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment of the 2012 Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.


What lies in store for Mr Johnson?

8AM - BBC News

The approaching general election and its aftermath could be the defining moment for London Mayor Boris Johnson's political ambitions.


In pictures: Post-War office buildings listed

7AM - BBC News

London post-War buildings in heritage list


Jail term cut for death crash driver

7AM - BBC News

A pensioner who killed a woman after he mistook the pedals of his car has his 18-month jail sentence reduced.


Alice murder suspect 'faced charge'

12AM - BBC News

Charges would have been brought against Alice Gross murder suspect Arnis Zalkalns if he had lived, the Met Police says.


Tuesday 27th January

VIDEO: Mayor pushes on with cycleway plan

11PM - BBC News

Plans for a single segregated cycle lane on a busy central London road go ahead with the support of London Mayor Boris Johnson following a public consultation.


Millwall 0-0 Reading

11PM - BBC News

Millwall drop deeper into relegation trouble despite battling with 10 men to earn a goalless draw against Reading.


Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool (agg 2-1)

11PM - BBC News

Chelsea reach the 2015 Capital One Cup final after Branislav Ivanovic's header earns a 2-1 aggregate win over Liverpool.


VIDEO: Shock over Islamic State recruit

10PM - BBC News

A football coach from south London speaks of his shock that a boy he mentored has gone to Syria to join Islamic State.


Cambridge 1-1 Dagenham & Redbridge

10PM - BBC News

An equaliser by Ashley Hemmings helps Dagenham climb out of the League Two relegation zone with a draw at Cambridge.


Shea extends Wimbledon contract

7PM - BBC News

Goalkeeper James Shea signs an extended contract with AFC Wimbledon, although the terms are undisclosed.


London DLR 48-hour strike called off

6PM - BBC News

A 48-hour strike planned by London's Docklands Light Railway (DLR) workers in a dispute over terms and conditions is called off.


VIDEO: Zalkalns 'would have been charged'

5PM - BBC News

Charges would have been brought against Alice Gross murder suspect Arnis Zalkalns if he had lived, police reveal.


Defender Burn extends Fulham deal

5PM - BBC News

Fulham centre-back Dan Burn signs a one-year extension to his contract, keeping him at the club until summer 2016.


Campbell joins Villarreal on loan

5PM - BBC News

Arsenal striker Joel Campbell has joined Spanish club Villarreal on loan for the rest of the season.


Cardiff to sign O'Keefe from Palace

5PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace midfielder Stuart O'Keefe is set to join Cardiff City after passing a medical at the Championship club.


Dubai claims Heathrow's traffic crown

4PM - BBC News

Dubai International has taken over from Heathrow as the world's busiest international airport in terms of yearly passenger numbers.


Passport art to go on show

4PM - BBC News

A giant work of Aboriginal art that appears on Australian passports will be coming to London as part of a new exhibition at the British Museum.


Five ways to survive sharing a bedroom with strangers

3PM - BBC News

How to survive sharing a room with strangers


Injured Farrell to miss Six Nations

3PM - BBC News

Saracens fly-half Owen Farrell is ruled out of England's entire Six Nations campaign with a knee ligament injury.


Litvinenko 'perhaps poisoned twice'

3PM - BBC News

Ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko may have been poisoned with polonium "not once but twice", the public inquiry into his death has heard.


Buet joins Notts after Chelsea exit

2PM - BBC News

Notts County Ladies sign England midfielder Danielle Buet after her departure from WSL runners-up Chelsea Ladies.


Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's League Cup semi-final second leg between Sheffield United and Tottenham Hotspur.


Litvinenko murder 'of utmost gravity'

2PM - BBC News

The poisoning of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in London has attracted "worldwide concern", the judge leading the inquiry into his death says.


VIDEO: CCTV shows Alice Gross suspect

1PM - BBC News

CCTV footage released by police shows the last time Alice Gross was sighted and the movements of murder suspect Arnis Zalkalns on the same day.


Holocaust survivor in surprise visit

1PM - BBC News

Survivor makes surprise visit to school


Waitrose to create 2,000 jobs

1PM - BBC News

The upmarket supermarket chain, Waitrose, expects to create 2,000 jobs in new shops and by expanding existing sites.


VIDEO: LIVE: Litvinenko public inquiry begins

12PM - BBC News

A public inquiry into the London death of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko opens at the Royal Courts of Justice.


Quins prop Collier out for season

12PM - BBC News

Harlequins prop Will Collier will miss the rest of the season after suffering knee ligament damage against Castres.


VIDEO: Litvinenko public inquiry begins

11AM - BBC News

A public inquiry into the London death of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko opens at the Royal Courts of Justice.


Arsenal draw Middlesbrough in FA Cup

11AM - BBC News

Holders Arsenal are drawn against Championship side Middlesbrough in the fifth round of the FA Cup.


QPR reject Derby's wing duo interest

11AM - BBC News

QPR turn down an initial approach by Derby County to take wingers Matt Phillips or Junior Hoilett on loan.


Gross murder suspect 'faced charge'

11AM - BBC News

Charges would have been brought against Alice Gross murder suspect Arnis Zalkalns if he had lived, the Met Police says.


Litvinenko murder 'of global concern'

11AM - BBC News

The poisoning of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in London is a matter of "utmost gravity", the judge leading the inquiry into his death says.


VIDEO: How NHS London copes in winter

10AM - BBC News

How have NHS workers coped with one of London's busiest ever winters?


Gross death suspect 'faced charge'

10AM - BBC News

Charges would have been brought against Alice Gross murder suspect Arnis Zalkalns if he had lived, the Met Police says.


VIDEO: Care home residents enjoy cocktail party

8AM - BBC News

At a care home in London cocktail parties are used to allow elderly people with dementia to relive their younger years.


Mayor to push on with superhighway

7AM - BBC News

London Mayor Boris Johnson decides to go-ahead with his contentious cycle superhighway along Embankment.


Monday 26th January

Litvinenko 'killed on third attempt'

11PM - BBC News

Two prior attempts to kill ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko may have been made before he died from radiation poisoning in 2006, the BBC has learned.


VIDEO: Call to save library's sound archive

10PM - BBC News

A campaign has begun to save a collection of historic recordings, which include the voices of James Joyce and Florence Nightingale.


Taking the plunge

10PM - BBC News

The Cold Water Swimming Championships


Murder woman's 'sad fantasy world'

10PM - BBC News

The cyber fantasy world of a mother, accused alongside her lesbian lover of killing her eight-year-old daughter, is revealed in court.


Armagh teens are Tube train stars

9PM - BBC News

A group of young musicians from County Armagh entertain passengers with an impromptu session on the London Underground.


Four arrested after shots fired

9PM - BBC News

Four people are arrested after shots were fired in north-west London.


The petrolhead and his hit car website

8PM - BBC News

The petrolhead and his hit car website


Three arrested after shots fired

8PM - BBC News

Three people are arrested after shots were fired in north-west London.


Arsenal granted Paulista work permit

5PM - BBC News

Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista is set to join Arsenal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.


Millwall sign Southampton's Hooiveld

5PM - BBC News

Championship strugglers Millwall sign Southampton defender Jos Hooiveld on loan until the end of the season.


Three cleared of axe murder attack

5PM - BBC News

Three men are cleared of killing a young man in front of his pregnant fiancée in south London.


Cambridge United v Dagenham & Redbridge

4PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League Two game between Cambridge United and Dagenham & Redbridge.


Milanese leaves Leyton Orient post

4PM - BBC News

Mauro Milanese leaves his post as sporting director at League One side Leyton Orient after just six months in the role.


Man's stab death 'unnecessary'

4PM - BBC News

A man was stabbed to death seconds after he threw the first punch in a "wholly unnecessary" act of street violence, a court hears.


VIDEO: Australian paramedics start in UK

4PM - BBC News

It is the first day of work for some of the 175 paramedics recruited down under to join the London Ambulance Service.


Liverpool host Sunderland in opener

2PM - BBC News

Defending champions Liverpool Ladies host newly-promoted Sunderland in the opening game of the Women's Super League 2015.


Charge over Tube worker stabbing

1PM - BBC News

A man is charged after a London Underground worker was stabbed in the face in a Tube station's ticket hall.


Saracens hit by Fraser injury blow

12PM - BBC News

Saracens back row Will Fraser will miss the rest of the season after opting to have surgery on a back injury.


Sharks earn 'huge' win over Phoenix

12PM - BBC News

Sheffield Sharks prove they are still up there with the best in the BBL after victory at Cheshire Phoenix on Sunday.


Kylie to headline Hyde Park festival

11AM - BBC News

Pop star Kylie Minogue will headline the third and final night of the British Summer Time festival at Hyde Park in June.


Pietersen in English franchise call

11AM - BBC News

Kevin Pietersen says English Twenty20 cricket should replace counties with the franchise system used in India and Australia.


Sakho 'sadness' at injury criticism

10AM - BBC News

West Ham and Senegal striker Diafra Sakho is "saddened" and "angered" by criticism of his Africa Cup of Nations absence.


Arsenal 'among FA Cup favourites'

10AM - BBC News

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal are one of the favourites to win the FA Cup after a weekend of shock fourth-round exits.


Two suffer stab wounds in Kensington

10AM - BBC News

Two men are in hospital with injuries, one of them described as critical, after a stabbing in Kensington, west London.


English quartet drawn away in Europe

9AM - BBC News

Bath, Northampton, Wasps and Saracens have all been drawn away from home in the European Champions Cup last eight.


Tunnel flood causes 'major delays'

9AM - BBC News

Flooding from a burst water main in a tunnel leaves a rail operator "unable to run any trains" in London until the problem is fixed.


Killer accused found hanged in cell

8AM - BBC News

A 33-year-old Birmingham man accused of murdering two pensioners is found hanged in his prison cell, police say.


Double murder suspect dead in cell

7AM - BBC News

A man accused of murdering two pensioners is found hanging in his prison cell, police say.


'Profiteering' boss took carers' cash

12AM - BBC News

A "profiteering" care agency took hundreds of pounds from low-paid carers who were desperate for work, a BBC London investigation finds.


Sunday 25th January

Paulista move imminent - Wenger

8PM - BBC News

Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista is set to join Arsenal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.


VIDEO: Call to create 'Thames City' region

7PM - BBC News

New report suggests 'Thames City' region


Brighton & Hove Albion 2-3 Arsenal

6PM - BBC News

Defending champions Arsenal reach the FA Cup fifth round but are forced to hang on for victory against Brighton.


Arsenal set to secure Paulista deal

5PM - BBC News

Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista is set to join Arsenal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.


Clermont Auvergne 18-6 Saracens

5PM - BBC News

Saracens squeeze into the European Champions Cup knockout stages despite losing their final Pool One game at Clermont Auvergne.


Bristol City 0-1 West Ham United

4PM - BBC News

West Ham recover from a strong start by League One Bristol City to win 1-0 courtesy of a Diafra Sakho strike and reach the FA Cup fifth round.


Men held after WW2 weapons seized

4PM - BBC News

Two men are arrested after police seize a World War Two machine gun and a rocket launcher following a street fight in south east London.


Lapthorne secures Melbourne title

3PM - BBC News

Andy Lapthorne wins the quad singles final at the Melbourne Open after the withdrawal of opponent Dylan Alcott.


Broadmoor fraud claims investigated

12PM - BBC News

An investigation is launched into allegations of fraud and overspending at the trust which runs Broadmoor high security hospital.


Bristol City v West Ham United

11AM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's FA Cup game between Bristol City and West Ham United.


Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal

11AM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's FA Cup game between Brighton & Hove Albion and Arsenal.


Storm and Thunder primed for opener

11AM - BBC News

Champions Manchester Thunder host Surrey Storm in Monday's Superleague opener, a repeat of the 2014 Grand Final.


Fatal 'hit-and-run' police issue plea

11AM - BBC News

Police appeal for witnesses after a man is killed in a suspected hit-and-run in north-east London.


Mourinho 'ashamed' of FA Cup exit

10AM - BBC News

Jose Mourinho is "ashamed" by the loss to Bradford City in the FA Cup.


Saturday 24th January

Stephen Fry signs 'save Soho' letter

8PM - BBC News

Stephen Fry is among campaigners who have signed a letter to the government warning that London's Soho is in danger of losing its identity.


Colchester United 2-0 Leyton Orient

7PM - BBC News

Colchester secure a vital victory over Leyton Orient but remain two points from safety at the foot of League One.


Barnet 4-0 Southport

7PM - BBC News

John Akinde scores his 24th goal of the season as Conference leaders Barnet comfortably beat strugglers Southport.


Fulham sign Swans defender Richards

6PM - BBC News

Fulham sign defender Jazz Richards from Premier League side Swansea City on a one-month loan deal.


Norwich City 1-2 Brentford

6PM - BBC News

Brentford consolidate their play-off position with a deserved win against a below-par Norwich at Carrow Road.


AFC Wimbledon 2-1 Accrington Stanley

6PM - BBC News

Adebayo Azeez scores the winning goal as AFC Wimbledon overcome Accrington Stanley to win their first game in 2015.


UK Ebola nurse 'happy to be alive'

6PM - BBC News

British nurse Pauline Cafferkey tells the BBC she is "very happy to be alive" as she is discharged from a London hospital, having made a full recovery from Ebola.


VIDEO: Anti-Trident 'peace scarf' protest

6PM - BBC News

Anti-Trident demonstrators have circled the Ministry of Defence with a 'peace scarf' to protest against the replacement of the UK's nuclear weapons system.


Wolves 0-0 Charlton Athletic

5PM - BBC News

Guy Luzon's first game as Charlton head coach ends in a hard-fought goalless draw against play-off hopefuls Wolves.


Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

5PM - BBC News

Marouane Chamakh scores twice as Crystal Palace win an enthralling tie at Southampton to reach the FA Cup fifth round.


Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Leicester City

5PM - BBC News

Leicester City score two late goals to come from behind and knock Tottenham Hotspur out of the FA Cup.


Castres 19-47 Harlequins

4PM - BBC News

Harlequins hammer Castres to secure a bonus point win, but finish third in European Champions Cup Pool Two.


Clermont Auvergne v Saracens (Sun)

3PM - BBC News

Preview and team news as Clermont Auvergne host Saracens in Sunday's European Champions Cup fixture at Stade Marcel-Michelin (15:15 GMT)


Lapthorne reaches Melbourne final

2PM - BBC News

Andy Lapthorne reaches the quad singles final at the Melbourne Open but Jordanne Whiley loses in the doubles semi-final.


Maguire rejoins Accrington on loan

2PM - BBC News

West Ham striker Seam Maguire rejoins League Two side Accrington Stanley on an initial month-long loan.


Castres v Harlequins (Sat)

2PM - BBC News

Preview and team news as Castres host Harlequins in Saturday's European Rugby Champions Cup game at Stade Pierre-Antoine (13:00 GMT)


Norwich City v Brentford

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Norwich City and Brentford.


Job loss fears over 'council merger'

1PM - BBC News

A union says it is concerned plans for two London councils to merge could lead to "massive job losses".


Violence-threat Muslim men get Asbos

10AM - BBC News

Twelve Muslim men get a three-year anti-social behaviour order over threats of violence during public events where Islam is preached.


VIDEO: Celebrating Churchill 50 years on

9AM - BBC News

Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, one of Britain's greatest leaders.


VIDEO: Mortdecai 'criminally fun to make'

9AM - BBC News

Johnny Depp talks about his latest film Mortdecai and why he can sometimes be found on the wards of Great Ormond Street Hospital.



National News

Well-wishers rally for attack victim

Well-wishers donate more than £20,000 to help a disabled pensioner who was mugged outside his Gateshead home.

Club grows grass with cannabis lamps

Cannabis factory lamps seized by police are put to use by Leeds Rhinos to grow some grass of their own - on the pitch.

Student fury over 'impossible' exam

Final year economics students at Sheffield University are furious after an exam this week contained "impossible" questions.

School apology over UKIP racist list

A school in Bristol apologises for including UKIP in a list of far-right groups that was shown to pupils during a lesson.

Burglars jailed for lecturer attack

Four burglars who savagely beat a university lecturer at his London home are given jail sentences of up to 19 years.

Business News

VIDEO: Comeback for Jordan's film industry?

News of a Hollywood production and talk of incentives gives some Jordanians optimism for the future of their film business.

Google agrees privacy policy changes

The firm will roll out a single, rewritten privacy policy across Europe after coming under fire across the continent.

Easyjet backs Heathrow expansion

Budget airline Easyjet says it is in favour of expanding Heathrow airport in a submission to the Airports Commission

US growth slows in fourth quarter

The economy expanded by 2.6% in the last three months of 2014 - sharply lower than in the third quarter.

VIDEO: Obama and Modi: Were talks a success?

Is the relationship between the US and India moving in the right direction? Simon Atkinson reports.

Entertainment News

Danny Dyer: Game of Thrones turned me down three times

EastEnders star Danny Dyer repeatedly auditioned for hit US show Game of Thrones, but failed to land a part.

VIDEO: The Stranglers: 'We broke the rules'

The Stranglers, who were famed for their rock and roll lifestyle, are due to start touring again after four decades in the music industry.

Dappy avoids jail for rules breach

Former N-Dubz star Dappy avoids a jail term for breaking probation conditions.

Conductor dies after stage collapse

Renowned conductor Israel Yinon dies, aged 59, after collapsing during a concert performance in Switzerland.

Suge Knight arrested for US murder

Death Row Records founder Suge Knight is being held on a murder charge by police after a fatal hit-and-run.

Sport News

McIlroy leads in Dubai after 64

Rory McIlroy surges into the lead at the halfway stage of the Dubai Desert Classic after firing a superb 64.

Wigan confirm Pearce and McKay deals

Wigan sign Leeds defender Jason Pearce and Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Billy McKay, both for undisclosed fees.

Glos appoint Dawson as head coach

Former England spin bowler Richard Dawson returns to Gloucestershire as head coach, replacing John Bracewell.

Ings will not leave insist Clarets

Burnley say Danny Ings will not leave before the transfer deadline including any deals to sell and loan back the striker.

Brit Whiley wins Aussie Open doubles

Jordanne Whiley and Yui Kamiji win their fifth consecutive Grand Slam doubles title with victory at the Australian Open.

Technology News

Google agrees privacy policy changes

The firm will roll out a single, rewritten privacy policy across Europe after coming under fire across the continent.

VIDEO: Talking kids' doll 'Cayla' is hacked

Rory Cellan-Jones sees how Cayla, a talking child's doll, can be hacked to say any number of offensive things.

Uber sued over India rape allegation

An Indian woman who says she was raped by a Delhi driver of web-based taxi firm Uber files a lawsuit against the service in a US court.

VIDEO: Tech to make your car self-driving

The tech which could allow any car with an automatic gearbox to become self-driving

VIDEO: Firing six times faster than sound

BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights