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Friday 28th November

Police called to Black Friday sales

11PM - BBC News

Police are called to supermarkets across the UK amid crowd surges as people hunt for "Black Friday" offers.


Bath 25-6 Harlequins

10PM - BBC News

Cross-code signing Sam Burgess debuts for Bath as the West County side beat a Harlequins side that was briefly down to 12 men.


Two men guilty of stabbing murder

10PM - BBC News

Two men who stabbed a man to death in Folkestone, in Kent, following a drug deal are found guilty of murder.


VIDEO: Boris in support of EU migration plan

8PM - BBC News

London Mayor Boris Johnson has said David Cameron is "entirely right to want to put in place measures that stop too much of a pull factor" effect that brings people to the country.


VIDEO: Building the Olympic Stadium's new roof

8PM - BBC News

The BBC has been allowed inside London's Olympic Stadium to film the construction of the arena's new roof.


Court fight over daughter's remains

6PM - BBC News

A divorced couple bring their fight to court over whether their daughter's body should be cremated or buried.


West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal

4PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between West Bromwich Albion and Arsenal.


Police officer stabs dog to death

3PM - BBC News

A dog is stabbed to death by a police officer during a drugs search in south-east London.


Injury could force O'Sullivan out

2PM - BBC News

Ronnie O'Sullivan says he may have to pull out of the UK Championship after breaking his ankle while running.


Karanka hopeful of Bamford extension

2PM - BBC News

Middlesbrough coach Aitor Karanka says he does not expect a problem in extending the stay of Chelsea loanee Patrick Bamford.


Charlton keep Arsenal's Coquelin

2PM - BBC News

Charlton Athletic extend the loan of Arsenal's French midfielder Francis Coquelin by a month, until 30 December.


Call for anti-abortion protest law

2PM - BBC News

Call to move pro-life protesters from clinics


Work starts on Olympic Stadium roof

2PM - BBC News

Work begins on installing a new roof on the Olympic Stadium as part of a 190m transformation of the east London venue.


Paxman rules out Tory mayoral bid

2PM - BBC News

Jeremy Paxman says he was approached to become a Conservative candidate for London mayor - but is not interested in it.


Plebgate row was 'nonsense incident'

1PM - BBC News

A police officer who witnessed the so-called "plebgate" row says it was a "nonsense incident" that should not have cost Andrew Mitchell his job.


Ex-children's home carer jailed

1PM - BBC News

A former children's home worker is sentenced to eight years in prison for child abuse offences committed in the 1970s.


Call for new law for pro-life protests

11AM - BBC News

Call to move pro-life protesters from clinics


Pitch invaders halt Tottenham game

11AM - BBC News

Pitch invaders cause Tottenham's Europa League game against Partizan Belgrade at White Hart Lane to be briefly suspended.


Yorkshire start defence at New Road

11AM - BBC News

County champions Yorkshire will face promoted Worcestershire at New Road to start the defence of their title.


New Olympic Stadium roof installed

10AM - BBC News

A new roof will be installed on the Olympic Stadium as part of a 190m transformation of the east London venue.


Police appeal to find naked driver

10AM - BBC News

Police appeal for information to trace a man who has been seen driving partially naked in south-west London.


Safety inquiry after Hughes's death

9AM - BBC News

Cricket Australia will hold an investigation into player safety following the death of Test batsman Phillip Hughes.


Craig Whyte held at Heathrow Airport

7AM - BBC News

Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is arrested after arriving in the UK from Mexico where he had been detained.


Mental health deaths as beds cut

7AM - BBC News

Seven mental health patients have killed themselves in England since 2012 after being told there were no hospital beds for them, the BBC learns.


Crossrail 2 cost rises 30% to 28bn

7AM - BBC News

The cost of the north-south Crossrail 2 scheme rises by 6.6bn or 30%, to 27.5bn, new figures produced for Transport for London show.


Police attend 'Black Friday' crowds

6AM - BBC News

Crowd surge fears at four supermarkets in London spark calls to police as shoppers hunt for bargains on the peak shopping day imported from America.


VIDEO: 'Staff failures' over school abuser

1AM - BBC News

A report into a paedophile teacher who abused more than 60 boys at a top private school has found his behaviour went repeatedly unreported and complaints were not acted upon.


VIDEO: Mayor in 'more London powers' call

1AM - BBC News

London mayor Boris Johnson has added his name to a letter calling on Westminster to devolve more powers to regional government in England.


Thursday 27th November

VIDEO: Attacked man 'wants to know why'

11PM - BBC News

A university lecturer who was savagely beaten at his London home, Paul Kohler, 55, needed facial reconstruction surgery after the attack in Kings Road, Wimbledon on 11 August.


Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Partizan Belgrade

10PM - BBC News

Tottenham reach the Europa League knockout stage with victory over Partizan Belgrade in a game interrupted by pitch intruders.


Hunted man held over double murder

9PM - BBC News

A man wanted in connection with the stabbing to death of a husband and wife in a Surrey village is arrested.


Rocky Horror sequel set for London

8PM - BBC News

Shock Treatment, the sequel to cult hit Rocky Horror Picture Show, is to be adapted for the stage in London.


Hunted man held after double murder

8PM - BBC News

A man wanted in connection with the stabbing to death of a husband and wife in a Surrey village is arrested.


'Skull Cracker' wins sentence appeal

8PM - BBC News

An armed robber nicknamed the "Skull Cracker" wins an appeal against his sentence for a raid on a building society while on the run from prison.


Daggers complete triple loan signing

7PM - BBC News

League Two side Dagenham sign Portsmouth's Patrick Agyemang, Watford's Alex Jakubiak and Bury's Joe Widdowson on loan.


'Staff failures' over school abuser

7PM - BBC News

There were "serious failures" by staff at a school where a convicted paedophile drugged and abused boys, a report finds.


Woking re-sign Dons keeper Worner

6PM - BBC News

Conference side Woking re-sign AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Ross Worner on loan until 28 December


Daggers complete double loan signing

6PM - BBC News

League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge sign Portsmouth striker Patrick Agyemang and Bury defender Joe Widdowson on loan.


Charlton sign Oldham's Etheridge

6PM - BBC News

Championship side Charlton Athletic sign Oldham Athletic goalkeeper Neil Etheridge on loan until 30 December.


Wimbledon sign Millwall's Goodman

6PM - BBC News

AFC Wimbledon sign Millwall defender Jake Goodman on loan until 6 January and extend the stay of Frankie Sutherland.


Fulham sign Manchester City's Fofana

6PM - BBC News

Championship side Fulham sign 19-year-old Manchester City midfielder Seko Fofana on loan until 31 January.


Mitchell called PCs plebs, judge says

6PM - BBC News

A judge says he is satisfied the MP called police officers "plebs" as he rules against Andrew Mitchell in a High Court libel action.


Teacher denies sex with pupil, 15

6PM - BBC News

A married religious studies teacher accused of having sex with a teenage pupil tells a court the affair "did not happen".


Mitchell 'probably called PCs plebs'

5PM - BBC News

A judge says he is satisfied the MP called police officers "plebs" as he rules against Andrew Mitchell in a High Court libel action.


Gillingham sign Charlton's Lennon

4PM - BBC News

Gillingham sign Charlton centre-back Harry Lennon on loan until 3 January, while Callum Davies joins Dover Athletic.


Bristol City sign Fulham's Smith

4PM - BBC News

League One leaders Bristol City sign striker Matt Smith on loan from Championship side Fulham until 25 January.


Wycombe sign Millwall's Onyedinma

4PM - BBC News

Wycombe Wanderers sign young Milllwall striker Fred Onyedinma on a loan deal until 3 January.


Mitchell loses 'plebgate' libel case

4PM - BBC News

A judge ruling in Andrew Mitchell's High Court libel action says he is satisfied the MP used the word "pleb".


Woman wins 337m in divorce case

4PM - BBC News

The American wife of London financier Sir Chris Hohn, Jamie Cooper-Hohn, is awarded 337m by a High Court judge in a divorce case.


Wilshere set to miss three months

3PM - BBC News

Arsenal say midfielder Jack Wilshere will be out for approximately three months after undergoing surgery on his left ankle.


Dealers 'killed in frenzied attack'

3PM - BBC News

A pair of drug dealers were ambushed and stabbed to death by a pack of young men in a "swift, frenzied, utterly brutal attack" in a quiet residential street, a court hears.


Brentford may have to groundshare

1PM - BBC News

Brentford may have to move away from Griffin Park and groundshare if they are promoted to the Premier League.


Shrewsbury sign Fulham's Passley

1PM - BBC News

League Two side Shrewsbury Town sign defender Josh Passley on a youth loan from Fulham until 5 January.


Burgess set to make Bath debut

1PM - BBC News

Cross-code signing Sam Burgess is named on Bath's bench for Friday's Premiership game against Harlequins.


EastEnders actress accused of harassment

1PM - BBC News

EastEnders actress Linda Henry, who plays Shirley Carter in the soap, is to stand trial accused of racially aggravated harassment in south-east London.


Tottenham Hotspur v Partizan Belgrade

11AM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Europa League game between Tottenham Hotspur and Partizan Belgrade.


Spurs confirm Mitchell appointment

11AM - BBC News

Tottenham appoint former Southampton talent scout Paul Mitchell as head of recruitment and analysis.


Scunthorpe sign Chelsea's Davey

11AM - BBC News

League One strugglers Scunthorpe United sign Chelsea defender Alex Davey on loan until 3 January.


Brit Whiley beats Kamiji in Masters

11AM - BBC News

Britain's Jordanne Whiley beats world number one Yui Kamiji in straight sets at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Singles Masters.


Australia batsman Phillip Hughes dies

10AM - BBC News

Former Middlesex batsman Phillip Hughes dies in hospital, two days after being hit on the neck by a ball during a match in Sydney.


Phillip Hughes: Reactions in quotes

10AM - BBC News

Well-known Australians and cricket figures pay tribute to Phillip Hughes, who has died at the age of 25 after being hit by a ball.


Arsenal's Arteta faces long lay-off

9AM - BBC News

Midfielder Mikel Arteta is Arsenal's latest injury problem after their Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund.


Manhunt after pair stabbed to death

9AM - BBC News

A manhunt is under way across two counties after a man and a woman were found stabbed to death in Surrey.


Talks to avert Tube strike to be held

9AM - BBC News

Talks aimed at averting a strike by drivers on a busy London Underground line are to be held later.


East Coast rail winner announced

9AM - BBC News

A consortium made up of Stagecoach and Virgin wins the franchise to run the East Coast mainline rail route, which has been in public hands since 2009.


VIDEO: New anti-terrorism laws pose challenge

8AM - BBC News

Frank Gardner examines the challenges facing the government to tackle terrorism as a landmark case sees two Britons convicted for terrorism training in Syria.


Terror suspect charged with ID theft

8AM - BBC News

A man arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terrorism offences connected to Syria is charged with the theft of identity documents and a passport.


Photography's history to go on show

7AM - BBC News

Treasures from the world's oldest photographic society will go on display at the site of one of the UK's first public exhibitions of photography.


Embassy protesters condemn shooting

1AM - BBC News

Hundreds demonstrate outside the US embassy in London in protest at the decision not to prosecute a police officer for killing black teenager Michael Brown in Missouri.


Injured Wilshere to see specialist

12AM - BBC News

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will see a specialist about an ankle injury suffered in the defeat by Manchester United.


US embassy protest condemns shooting

12AM - BBC News

Hundreds demonstrate outside the US embassy in London in protest at the decision not to prosecute a police officer for killing black teenager Michael Brown in Missouri.


Wednesday 26th November

VIDEO: Row over AirBnB use in London

11PM - BBC News

One London council is worried that short term letting like AirBnB can cause residents problems.


VIDEO: Magazine for drug users goes on sale

10PM - BBC News

A magazine which allows drug users to make money to fund their habit has gone on sale in east London.


Arsenal 2-0 Borussia Dortmund

10PM - BBC News

Yaya Sanogo scores his first Arsenal goal as they beat Borussia Dortmund to reach the Champions League knockout stage.


Duggan family backs Ferguson protests

10PM - BBC News

The family of a man shot dead by a Met Police officer say they feel the pain of the family of a teenager who was killed by police in the US.


Crews must call before going to A&E

10PM - BBC News

Ambulance crews will now have to contact their central control room before taking any patients to an under-pressure hospital's A&E department.


Murder accused in 'animal' admission

9PM - BBC News

A man accused of killing a teenager in 1993 admits going on "midnight walks" armed with knives and an air pistol.


Rape investigation police name man

8PM - BBC News

Detectives attempting to solve a decade-old rape case release the name of a man they want to question.


Gangster Frankie Fraser dies aged 90

7PM - BBC News

The criminal and contemporary of the Kray twins, "Mad" Frankie Fraser, has died aged 90 in hospital, former associate Eddie Richardson confirms.


Everton and West Ham charged by FA

6PM - BBC News

Everton and West Ham are charged by the Football Association after an incident in their Premier League game.


Gangster Frankie Fraser dies, aged 90

6PM - BBC News

Former gangland enforcer "Mad" Frankie Fraser has died in hospital, aged 90


Britons jailed over Syria terror camp

5PM - BBC News

Two brothers from east London become the first Britons to be jailed for terrorism training in Syria.


Terror suspect posts image of baby

5PM - BBC News

A terrorism suspect who skipped bail in London apparently releases an image he claims shows him with his newborn son in the Islamic State.


Dortmund train in a London park

4PM - BBC News

Borussia Dortmund are photographed training in London's Regent's Park before the Champions League game against Arsenal.


Gillingham sign QPR's Ehmer on loan

4PM - BBC News

League One side Gillingham sign Queens Park Rangers centre-back Max Ehmer on loan until 3 January.


Corkscrew fetches 40,000 at auction

4PM - BBC News

A broken corkscrew made with metal parts from Old London Bridge sells for 40,000 - about 100 times its guide price - at an Essex auction.


Burglars admit attacking lecturer

3PM - BBC News

Four men admit to a burglary during which a university lecturer was savagely beaten at his south London home.


'London Bridge corkscrew' makes 40K

3PM - BBC News

A broken corkscrew made with metal parts from Old London Bridge sells for 40,000 - about 100 times its guide price at an Essex auction.


Watford sign Palace's Guedioura

1PM - BBC News

Watford sign Algeria midfielder Adlene Guedioura from Premier League side Crystal Palace on loan until 1 January.


Injured Moses faces eight weeks out

1PM - BBC News

Stoke City's on-loan striker Victor Moses faces eight weeks out with a thigh injury, assistant manager Mark Bowen says.


Facebook Lee Rigby attack 'unfair'

1PM - BBC News

It would be "almost impossible" for internet firms to monitor all website postings for possible terrorist content, a former MI6 director says.


Concerns over terror exclusion plans

1PM - BBC News

Powers to exclude some British fighters returning from Syria and Iraq was an "announcement waiting for a policy", the independent reviewer of terrorism says.


VIDEO: Campbell on 'flawed' mansion tax plan

12PM - BBC News

Sol Campbell criticises Labour's mansion tax plan for chasing those who have "paid their dues ten times over".


Hawkins looks for motivational boost

12PM - BBC News

Barry Hawkins hopes the extra prestige of playing at the UK Championship will help him rediscover his motivation.


'Bag of weapons' knifeman Tasered

12PM - BBC News

A man carrying a bag of weapons was Tasered and arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after attacking a woman with a knife, say police.


Keating 'liberated' by West End debut

12PM - BBC News

Boyzone singer Ronan Keating calls making his West End debut in musical Once a "liberating" if exposing experience.


Facebook criticism over Rigby 'unfair'

12PM - BBC News

It would be "almost impossible" for internet firms to monitor all website postings for possible terrorist content, a former MI6 director says.


Doctor jailed for secret filming

12PM - BBC News

A doctor who secretly filmed hundreds of patients, colleagues and hospital visitors, is jailed for five years.


Dog found 150 miles away one year on

12PM - BBC News

A dog that went missing from its north London home a year ago is found about 150 miles away in Somerset.


Concerns raised over anti-terror bill

12PM - BBC News

Powers to exclude some British fighters returning from Syria and Iraq was an "announcement waiting for a policy", the independent reviewer of terrorism says.


Farah to start season in Edinburgh

11AM - BBC News

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah will run his first cross-country for four years at January's Great Edinburgh Cross Country.


VIDEO: David Mellor recorded in taxi row

9AM - BBC News

Former cabinet minister David Mellor is secretly recorded having a heated row and swearing at a taxi driver, a tabloid newspaper reports.


'Perfect' Chelsea please Mourinho

9AM - BBC News

Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea's "perfect" 5-0 Champions League win at Schalke is one of the club's finest away performances.


Two charged with shooting murder

9AM - BBC News

Two men are charged with murder after the shooting of a teenager in Bermondsey, south London.


VIDEO: How to hack a molecular microscope

7AM - BBC News

A PhD student from Brunel University London has saved himself 100,000 by 'hacking' his own kit.


Star Wars and Avengers lifts Pinewood

7AM - BBC News

Big budget productions including the latest Star Wars and Avengers films have helped profits higher at Pinewood Shepperton.


New anti-terror powers to be unveiled

6AM - BBC News

New measures to tackle terrorism are to be published by the home secretary, days after she said the UK faces a "greater" terror threat than ever before.


Tuesday 25th November

VIDEO: Girl died after stem cell transplant

11PM - BBC News

A problem freezing stem cells may have contributed to the death of a 12-year-old girl, a coroner rules.


Braintree Town 0-1 Welling United

11PM - BBC News

Charlie Penny's strike seals a Welling victory at Braintree and pulls them to within two points of their opponents.


Arrest follows London cyclist death

11PM - BBC News

A man is arrested after a cyclist died after he was hit by a car that failed to stop in east London.


FC Schalke 04 0-5 Chelsea

10PM - BBC News

Chelsea qualify for the Champions League knockout phase as they ruthlessly beat Roberto Di Matteo's Schalke.


Concord Rangers 0-1 Mansfield Town

10PM - BBC News

Ollie Palmer's second-half goal helps Mansfield edge past non-league Concord Rangers in their FA Cup first-round replay.


Spurs-row firm fire 'suspicious'

9PM - BBC News

A fire that gutted the offices of a business that is locked in a development dispute with Tottenham Hotspur is described by investigators as suspicious.


Doctor admits voyeurism charges

9PM - BBC News

A world-renowned hearing consultant admits secretly filming hundreds of patients, colleagues and hospital visitors.


Gun amnesty sees 350 weapons in

8PM - BBC News

More than 350 guns are handed in to police stations in London as part of the Met Police's first firearms amnesty in six years.


Club game 'should employ referees'

4PM - BBC News

Saracens chairman Nigel Wray says Premiership referees should be employed by clubs, rather than the Rugby Football Union.


Spurs land dispute firm hit by fire

4PM - BBC News

Fire hits business locked in a dispute with Tottenham Hotspur over the football club's stadium redevelopment plans.


HS2: Fear and anger in Ickenham

3PM - BBC News

Ickenham residents express anger over


QPR's Sandro out until new year

3PM - BBC News

QPR midfielder Sandro is ruled out until the new year with a medial knee ligament injury, the club confirms.


Passengers stuck on early Tube train

3PM - BBC News

Bakerloo Line passengers are stuck on an early morning Underground train in north-west London for more than an hour.


Wilshere to see ankle specialist

2PM - BBC News

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will see a specialist about an ankle injury suffered in the defeat by Manchester United.


Works to affect festive rail services

2PM - BBC News

Twelve million journeys could be affected when London Bridge station partly-closes for work which has cleared Victorian arches, rail authorities have warned.


Rigby murder 'not preventable'

2PM - BBC News

Intelligence agencies could not have stopped Fusilier Lee Rigby's murder but they did not have access to a "significant" online exchange , a report finds.


Less recycling in 16 London boroughs

1PM - BBC News

Figures show that almost half of London boroughs are failing to increase domestic recycling.


Father in court over bludgeoning son

1PM - BBC News

A retired fireman from Thornton Heath appears in court accused of bludgeoning his adopted son to death with a scaffolding pole.


Concord Rangers v Mansfield Town

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's FA Cup game between Concord Rangers and Mansfield Town.


Girl died after stem cell transplant

12PM - BBC News

A problem with the freezing of stem cells may have contributed to the death of a 12-year-old girl with cancer, a coroner rules.


Hughes left critical by blow to head

11AM - BBC News

Former Middlesex batsman Phil Hughes is in a critical condition and has undergone surgery after being hit by a short ball in Sydney.


Sports Personality shortlist named

11AM - BBC News

Gymnast Max Whitlock is named on the shortlist for the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award on 14 December.


Sports Personality 2014 contenders

11AM - BBC News

Who will the public choose to follow Andy Murray as winner of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award?


Rigby murder 'was not preventable'

11AM - BBC News

The murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby could not have been prevented despite his killers appearing in seven intelligence investigations, a report finds.


FC Schalke 04 v Chelsea

9AM - BBC News

Ex-Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo is not motivated by revenge before his Schalke side host his old club on Tuesday.


Relaxed approach boosts Gould form

9AM - BBC News

Martin Gould says a more selective approach to the tour schedule has played a big part in his improvement this season.


David Mellor recorded in taxi row

8AM - BBC News

Former cabinet minister David Mellor has been secretly recorded having a heated row with a taxi driver about the quickest route to take, a tabloid newspaper reports.


Report terror threats, commuters urged

7AM - BBC News

Users of public transport should report suspicious behaviour to help thwart terror attacks, a police chief says.


MI5 set for criticism over Lee Rigby

5AM - BBC News

A report into the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby is set to criticise MI5 over its monitoring of one of the killers, but will add that the security service could not have prevented his death, the BBC understands.


Cyclist killed by 'racing motorist'

5AM - BBC News

A cyclist is struck and killed by a motorist who failed to stop after he is thought to have been racing another car through the streets of east London.


Monday 24th November

Private aircraft in take-off accident

11PM - BBC News

A private plane is involved in an accident on take-off from Biggin Hill in Bromley, south-east London.


VIDEO: London girl may be helping Kurds

11PM - BBC News

A 17-year-old from north London who may have travelled to the Middle East to help in the fight against jihadists, is seen in footage protesting six weeks ago.


VIDEO: Judo coach named unsung champ

10PM - BBC News

A judo coach from Bexley has been crowned this year's BBC London Unsung sporting hero.


VIDEO: London Bridge prepared for closure

10PM - BBC News

The tens of thousands of passengers who use London Bridge station every day will face serious disruption to their travel plans over the coming weeks.


Teen dies in hospital after shooting

8PM - BBC News

A murder investigation is launched after an 18-year-old man died of gunshot wounds in hospital.


Vunipola ruled out of Australia Test

6PM - BBC News

Billy Vunipola is ruled out of England's Test against Australia with concussion and replaced by Thomas Waldrom.


Fulham end Grimmer's Shrewsbury loan

6PM - BBC News

Fulham defender Jack Grimmer is recalled from his extended loan with League Two side Shrewsbury Town.


Sanchez is saving Arsenal - Wright

6PM - BBC News

Arsenal legend Ian Wright says Arsenal would be mid-table without Alexis Sanchez, but still doubts their top-four credentials.


ID-theft equality boss found guilty

6PM - BBC News

The former head of the Somerset Racial Equality Council is convicted of fraud after stealing a London man's identity.


Chelsea Ladies sign winger Davison

5PM - BBC News

Chelsea Ladies agree a deal to sign England international Gemma Davison on a two-year contract from Liverpool.


Three guilty of estate axe killing

5PM - BBC News

Three teenagers who killed a 46-year-old with an axe and a knife when he confronted them on a west London estate are convicted.


Tube strike over driver's sacking

5PM - BBC News

Drivers on a busy London Underground line are to stage a 24-hour strike in a row over a driver's sacking.


Judo coach Dunsford wins Hero award

4PM - BBC News

BBC London's Sports Unsung Hero award has been won by Dave Dunsford, a judo coach from Sidcup.


Bees search for 'special' players

4PM - BBC News

Brentford sporting director Frank McParland says they will only buy in January if "special players" are available.


Police 'told of teacher-pupil affair'

4PM - BBC News

Friends of a girl who allegedly had sex with her teacher said they warned police of the affair but were told nothing could be done, a court hears.


Campaign to save floating bookshop

4PM - BBC News

A campaign is launched to help save London's only floating bookshop after it was unable to secure a permanent mooring.


Fan arrested after 'missile' thrown

4PM - BBC News

An Arsenal fan is arrested after "an object" was thrown at the Manchester United bench on Saturday.


VIDEO: 'Time is right' for new terror laws

1PM - BBC News

The Home Secretary has said the "the time is right" for the country's police, security and intelligence agencies to be given more powers to defend the nation.


Crecco leads Surrey to second win

1PM - BBC News

BBL Championship title contenders London Lions suffer a surprise defeat at the hands of Durham Wildcats.


No prosecution for Lawrence suspect

1PM - BBC News

A sixth man arrested over the murder of Stephen Lawrence will not be prosecuted, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has said.


The resonance of Occupy

12PM - BBC News

What impact has the global movement had?


Ex-Wrexham and Chelsea manager dies

12PM - BBC News

John Neal, who led Wrexham and Chelsea to promotions and also managed Middlesbrough, dies at the age of 82.


'Time is right' for new terror powers

12PM - BBC News

The "time is right" for police, security and intelligence agencies to be given more powers to defend the UK, Home Secretary Theresa May says.


Google case over web abuse settled

11AM - BBC News

The case of a businessman who wants to stop malicious web postings about him appearing in Google searches is settled at the High Court.


First Crossrail tracks laid in London

11AM - BBC News

The first section of track to be used by Crossrail trains is laid on the new 120m Stockley Flyover bridge in west London.


Google case over web abuse to begin

10AM - BBC News

The case of a businessman who wants to stop malicious web postings about him appearing in Google searches is set to begin at the High Court.


VIDEO: Charing Cross reopens after train fire

9AM - BBC News

Charing Cross station in central London was closed for about two hours following a fire on a train.


VIDEO: Exclusive look at 'Other Mary' opera

9AM - BBC News

John Adams and Peter Sellars are two of the leading lights of the opera world, but their works aren't without controversy. Newsnight's Katie Razzall was given exclusive access to the rehearsal room ahead of the world premiere at London's ENO.


Britons win Nottingham quad doubles

9AM - BBC News

Andy Lapthorne and Jamie Burdekin claim doubles quad victory at the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament.


Ransom ban among anti-terror measures

9AM - BBC News

Insurance companies are to be banned from covering the cost of terrorist ransoms under a raft of measures being unveiled by the home secretary.


Bruce questions Vertonghen reaction

9AM - BBC News

Hull boss Steve Bruce says Jan Vertonghen's reaction to Gaston Ramirez's kick contributed to the Uruguayan's dismissal.


NHS staff stage four-hour strike

7AM - BBC News

Nurses, midwives, ambulance staff and other NHS workers are staging a four-hour strike on Monday.


Mary J Blige's London love affair

7AM - BBC News

Queen of hip-hop soul Mary J Blige talks about embracing young British musical talent for her latest album and why she has taken a shine to London.


Sunday 23rd November

Hull City 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur

7PM - BBC News

Tottenham come from behind to beat 10-man Hull City to leave the Tigers with only one win in 11 Premier League matches.


Your plans for your Tower of London poppy

7PM - BBC News

Memorial flowers start to reach their new homes


Poem by Ian Curtis fetches 1,100

7PM - BBC News

A handwritten poem written by Joy Division's late lead singer when he was at school raises 1,100 at an auction.


Major London route shut by flooding

7PM - BBC News

A main road through Lewisham in south-east London closes for several hours after it was flooded.


Briton is Scrabble world champion

6PM - BBC News

A British man is crowned World Scrabble Champion after winning the final of the five-day competition in London.


Volleyball woman out of Iran prison

5PM - BBC News

Ghoncheh Ghavami, an Iranian from London who was jailed after watching a volleyball game in Iran, is freed on bail, her family says.


Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool

4PM - BBC News

Liverpool endure another miserable trip to Crystal Palace, who record their third win of the season thanks to two late goals.


Saracens 24-31 Northampton

3PM - BBC News

Premiership champions Northampton inflict a first home defeat of the season on Saracens at Allianz Park.


Charing Cross reopens after fire

3PM - BBC News

London's Charing Cross station reopens after a fire on a train, with some passengers describing panic and fears of a bomb.


'Up to five' terror plots stopped

1PM - BBC News

Four or five terror plots have been stopped this year, compared to on average one a year in recent years, Britain's most senior police officer says.


Charing Cross closed after fire

12PM - BBC News

London's Charing Cross Station is closed and trains in the capital are disrupted after a fire on a train.


Labour suggests London buildings sale

10AM - BBC News

The QEII Conference Centre and the Civil Service Club are among four London landmarks that Labour says could be sold off to reduce the deficit.


Saturday 22nd November

'Amazing' Chelsea please Mourinho

9PM - BBC News

Jose Mourinho says the first-half display in the 2-0 win over West Brom was one of the best in his time as Chelsea boss.


Wilshere & Szczesny suffer injuries

9PM - BBC News

Jack Wilshere and Wojciech Szczesny both suffer injuries during Arsenal's defeat by Manchester United.


Arsenal 1-2 Manchester United

8PM - BBC News

A first away win under Louis van Gall puts Manchester United fourth in the Premier League, while Arsenal slip to eighth.


Charlton Athletic 0-0 Millwall

7PM - BBC News

Charlton are held a to a tame goalless draw at home to South London rivals Millwall as the Addicks lose ground on the top six.


Welling United 2-1 FC Halifax Town

7PM - BBC News

Welling beat 10-man Halifax to secure their first win in five games and move out of the Conference relegation zone.


Baby 'looked like Auschwitz victim'

7PM - BBC News

A four-and-a-half month-old baby girl looked 'like something from Auschwitz' when found at her home in east London, a court is told.


Oxford United 0-0 AFC Wimbledon

6PM - BBC News

Oxford United are held by AFC Wimbledon for the first time having won all eight previous meetings in all competitions.


Woking 1-1 Barnet

6PM - BBC News

Mike Cestor scored his first goal of the season to help Woking earn a draw against Conference leaders Barnet.


Chelsea 2-0 West Bromwich Albion

6PM - BBC News

Premier League leaders Chelsea establish a seven-point lead as goals by Diego Costa and Eden Hazard see off 10-man West Brom.


Everton 2-1 West Ham United

6PM - BBC News

Leon Osman marks his 400th Everton appearance with the winning goal in a 2-1 victory over West Ham United.


Newcastle United 1-0 Queens Park Rangers

6PM - BBC News

Newcastle go fourth in the Premier League with their fifth successive league win, while QPR slip to the bottom of the table.


Leyton Orient 4-1 Crewe Alexandra

6PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient record their first home league win of the season with a win over Crewe Alexandra.


Dagenham & Redbridge 4-2 Carlisle United

6PM - BBC News

Dagenham come from behind to record a comfortable victory against fellow League Two strugglers Carlisle.


Shops to hide 'sexual' front pages

5PM - BBC News

Tesco and Waitrose are to change the way they display newspapers because of concerns that children are being exposed to sexualised content.


Police and NHS phone lines restored

4PM - BBC News

Non-emergency police and medical phone lines have been fixed, Vodafone says, after technical problems disrupted services for several hours.


Parliament protest camp prevented

4PM - BBC News

Activists from the Occupy London protest group are stopped by police from setting up a camp on Parliament Square.


Balcony collapse victims named

2PM - BBC News

Two Polish men who died after a balcony collapsed in west London on Friday are named as Tomasz Procko, 22, and Karol Szymanski, 29.


Terror police arrest man at Heathrow

2PM - BBC News

A 19-year-old man is arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism, police say.


101 non-emergency number down

2PM - BBC News

A number of police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are reporting the 101 phone number, designed for non-emergency calls, is down.


England happy to be underdogs - Finn

1PM - BBC News

Middlesex fast bowler Steve Finn believes England may benefit from being regarded as underdogs at the World Cup.


Jowell plans to run for London mayor

1PM - BBC News

Labour's former culture secretary Tessa Jowell plans to run for mayor of London in 2016 but will only formally declare her candidature after the general election, she says.


VIDEO: Scrabble players compete in London

12PM - BBC News

Some of the best Scrabble players from over 120 countries are in London competing to become World Champion and win a share of the prize money.


Probe into hotel 'gas explosion'

12PM - BBC News

An investigation starts into a suspected gas explosion at a central London hotel that injured 14 people.


VIDEO: Debate over future of Thames use

10AM - BBC News

As more developments are built along the riverbanks of the Thames, BBC London investigates the changing use of the river.


14 injured in hotel gas explosion

6AM - BBC News

At least 14 people have been injured in a suspected gas explosion which has led to the evacuation of a central London hotel, ambulance officials say.


12 injured in hotel gas explosion

2AM - BBC News

At least 12 people have been injured in a suspected gas explosion which has led to the evacuation of a central London hotel, ambulance officials say.


British IS fighters 'killed in Syria'

1AM - BBC News

Two British men are reported to have been killed while fighting alongside Islamic State militants in Syria.


Murder charge over body found in car

1AM - BBC News

A man is charged with murder after the body of a 24-year-old is found in the back of a car near the River Thames in south-east London.



National News

Police called to Black Friday sales

Police are called to supermarkets across the UK amid crowd surges as people hunt for "Black Friday" offers.

Murdered couple had been stabbed

A couple found dead in their home in Surrey died from stab wounds, initial post-mortem test results reveal.

Bath 25-6 Harlequins

Cross-code signing Sam Burgess debuts for Bath as the West County side beat a Harlequins side that was briefly down to 12 men.

Gerrard CCTV row officer faces jail

A corrupt policewoman who seized CCTV of a street bust-up in order to try to blackmail Liverpool player Steven Gerrard faces jail.

No charge in Melanie Hall murder

A suspect in the investigation into the 1996 murder of Melanie Hall will not be charged, the Crown Prosecution Service says.

Business News

Police called to Black Friday sales

Police are called to supermarkets across the UK amid crowd surges as people hunt for "Black Friday" offers.

Budgeting for the extra costs at Christmas

The costs and queues at grottos and other Christmas treats

US sees slower Black Friday sales

Black Friday is less intense this year in the US after many stores opened earlier on Thursday.

VIDEO: Reintegrating Tunisia's fighters

There are calls on the government to do more to help the return of Tunisians who travelled to Iraq and Syria to fight with extremist groups.

VIDEO: Benin's address-less city

Residents of Cotonou - the economic capital of Benin - are hoping the addition of street names and house numbers will help improve the economy.

Entertainment News

Mickey Rourke wins boxing match

Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke wins an exhibition boxing match in Moscow after returning to the ring for the first time in 20 years.

Mickey Rourke set for boxing match

Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke is to return to the ring in his first boxing match in 20 years in Moscow.

Russia scraps foreign film cap

Proposed plans to cut the number of foreign films shown in Russian cinemas by 50% are shelved by Russia's parliament.

Star Wars teaser trailer premieres

The first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is unveiled online and in US cinemas

VIDEO: Anti-gay Russian gangs film wins award

As part of the Rory Peck Awards, the 2014 special Sony Impact Prize went to Ben Steele for his documentary which investigates the Russian vigilantes intimidating the country's gay community.

Sport News

Dungannon Swifts 2-1 Glenavon

Dungannon Swifts survive a second half onslaught from Glenavon to record their first home league win of the season.

England

England have tried a staggering 43 centre combinations since the 2003 World Cup. Tom Fordyce asks if they are nearer to solving the problem.

Aguero as good as any - Lescott

West Brom defender Joleon Lescott says Manchester City's Sergio Aguero is playing as well as any striker.

Briton Reid through to Masters semis

Britain's Gordon Reid qualifies for the Wheelchair Tennis Masters semi-finals with victory over France's Nicolas Peifer in London.

Burgess 'nervous' before debut

Sam Burgess admitted he was nervous before coming off the bench in Bath's win over Harlequins.

Technology News

Sony makes experimental paper watch

Sony has developed a watch made from e-paper as part of an initiative to experiment with the use of the material for fashion products.

'I refuse to be my daughter's diary'

A mother's decision to leave Whatsapp chat group goes viral

Graphene promise for body armour

The "wonder material" graphene could be used to make bulletproof armour, new research suggests.

Hashkey aims to solve hashtag woes

For anyone who's ever asked "where is the hashtag key?" this kickstarter is for you.

Websites creak on record Black Friday

Retailers including John Lewis and Currys head for record online sales as frenzied shopping swamps websites.