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Saturday 1st November

The talented students denied funding

10AM - BBC News

BBC Newsnight's Katie Razzall hears from talented students educated in state schools that are denied university funding because of their immigration status.


England's unusual listed places

10AM - BBC News

From zebra crossings to bus stations and outdoor swimming pools, England has many surprising listed buildings.


Teen stabbed to death outside shop

5AM - BBC News

An 18-year-old is stabbed to death outside a shop in south London while with his aunt and a friend.


Man dies after woman stabbed to death

4AM - BBC News

A woman is stabbed to death in east London before a man, who police say knew her, dies after being found lying in the street.


Firefighters on strike over pensions

2AM - BBC News

Firefighters across England begin a four-day strike in a row over pensions during one of the service's busiest weekends of the year.


Friday 31st October

VIDEO: Ceramic poppies attract large crowds

8PM - BBC News

Thousands of people visiting an art installation at the Tower of London leads to long queues and travel disruption.


Oxford defender Hunt joins Barnet

7PM - BBC News

Oxford United defender David Hunt joins Conference side Barnet on loan until the end of January.


Tower Hamlets witness 'intimidation'

7PM - BBC News

Witnesses in the court case into allegedly corrupt electoral practices in Tower Hamlets have been intimidated, petitioners claim.


Lawrence officer to return to role

7PM - BBC News

A police officer under investigation over claims of "discreditable conduct" after the murder of Stephen Lawrence is to return to his job.


Firefighters strike over pensions

6PM - BBC News

Firefighters across England begin a four-day strike in a row over pensions during one of the service's busiest weekends of the year.


Woolf steps down from abuse inquiry

5PM - BBC News

Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf is to step down as the head of an inquiry into historic child sex abuse, she has told the BBC.


VIDEO: A sea of red poppies from the air

4PM - BBC News

Footage taken from the air above the Tower of London shows the installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red made up of thousands of ceramic poppies to mark the centenary of the start of World War One.


Yeovil sign Steer and Arthurworrey

4PM - BBC News

Aston Villa goalkeeper Jed Steer and Fulham defender Stephen Arthurworrey join Yeovil Town on short-term loans.


Bend It Like Beckham set for stage

4PM - BBC News

A musical version of the hit 2002 British comedy film Bend It Like Beckham is to open in the West End next year.


Charlton Athletic v Sheff Wednesday

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Charlton Athletic and Sheffield Wednesday.


Brentford v Derby County

3PM - BBC News

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


Chelsea v Queens Park Rangers

3PM - BBC News

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


Arsenal v Burnley

3PM - BBC News

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


Charlton sign USA defender Onyewu

3PM - BBC News

Charlton Athletic sign former Sheffield Wednesday defender Oguchi Onyewu on a short-term deal until January.


Man dies after university stabbing

3PM - BBC News

A man dies after being stabbed on the campus of a north-west London university.


Woolf 'unsuitable' say victim groups

3PM - BBC News

Victims' groups are expected to tell child abuse inquiry officials that Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf should step down as its head as concerns about her suitability persist.


Men jailed for 45-second fatal attack

3PM - BBC News

Four youths who beat a man to death in an attack lasting 45 seconds at a community centre in south-west London are jailed.


Dagenham & Redbridge v Shrewsbury

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Dagenham & Redbridge and Shrewsbury Town (15:00 BST).


Costa set to make Chelsea return

2PM - BBC News

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho confirms striker Diego Costa will be available for Saturday's Premier League game with QPR.


Wenger concerned about Twitter

2PM - BBC News

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits he is concerned by his players' use of social media site Twitter, plus more.


Man stabbed to death at university

2PM - BBC News

A man is stabbed to death on a university campus in north-west London.


Charlton loan Morrison to Birmingham

1PM - BBC News

Birmingham City sign Charlton Athletic defender Michael Morrison on a two-month emergency loan deal.


Southend bring in Sokolik and Lee

12PM - BBC News

Southend United sign Yeovil defender Jakub Sokolik and West Ham striker Elliot Lee on one and three-month loans.


London 'hit-and-runs' on the rise

12PM - BBC News

The number of people injured in hit-and run collisions in London rose for the fourth year running, Metropolitan Police figures show.


VIDEO: Sixty years of British animation

11AM - BBC News

It has been 60 years since the animated adaptation of George Orwell's 'Animal Farm' - the first British animated film.


Bees suffer McCormack injury blow

11AM - BBC News

Brentford defender Alan McCormack is set to have surgery on an ankle injury and will be sidelined for three months.


Firefighters set for pensions strike

11AM - BBC News

Firefighters across England are to start a four-day strike later in a row over pensions during one of the service's busiest weekends of the year.


Terror sentences 'were justified'

11AM - BBC News

Three men who challenged their extended sentences for preparing terrorism offences lose their appeals.


Victims meeting abuse inquiry staff

11AM - BBC News

Victims' groups are expected to tell child abuse inquiry officials that Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf should step down as its head as concerns about her suitability persist.


Victims to meet abuse inquiry staff

9AM - BBC News

Victims' groups are expected to tell child abuse inquiry officials that Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf should step down as its head as concerns about her suitability persist.


Newt flesh fungus 'brought by pets'

7AM - BBC News

A skin-eating fungus threatens salamanders and newts across Europe, and probably arrived on pet amphibians imported from Asia.


Abuse victims 'want Woolf to quit'

7AM - BBC News

Victims' groups are expected to tell child abuse inquiry officials that Fiona Woolf should step down as its head as concerns about her suitability persist.


'Poppy hijab' to mark Remembrance Day

6AM - BBC News

A fashion designer from London creates a 'poppy hijab' to commemorate the centenary of the first Muslim soldier being awarded the Victoria Cross and to give Muslim women a new way to mark Remembrance Day.


VIDEO: Artist's Afghanistan work on show

4AM - BBC News

Chelsea artist Arabella Dorman talks about the people - both civilian and soldiers - she met during her time painting in Afghanistan.


VIDEO: Labour announce mayor selection plan

4AM - BBC News

The Labour Party has announced details of how it will choose its next candidate for London Mayor.


VIDEO: Council criticised over cuts video

4AM - BBC News

Labour-run Camden council has been criticised for spending 20,000 on a campaign against government austerity measures.


VIDEO: Light switch off 'would save money'

4AM - BBC News

Switching off London's traffic lights at night could save drivers up to 40m, a new report has suggested.


Council to challenge 'super sewer'

2AM - BBC News

A council applies for a judicial review into plans to use a site surrounded by schools and flats for a "super sewer" on the Thames riverside.


Thursday 30th October

VIDEO: Tower poppies artist hails volunteers

10PM - BBC News

The artist behind a project to place almost 900,000 ceramic poppies around the Tower of London says he is surprised and happy that so many people have "taken it to heart".


Cinema company backs down over cuts

7PM - BBC News

Cinema staff who fought a campaign to get paid the London Living Wage will now not face redundancy after the company backed down.


Murray seals World Tour Finals place

6PM - BBC News

Andy Murray books his place at the World Tour Finals with an emphatic victory over Grigor Dimitrov at the Paris Masters.


Symons grateful for Fulham chance

6PM - BBC News

Kit Symons describes the opportunity to manage Fulham as "fantastic" following his appointment on Wednesday.


Council criticised for cuts campaign

6PM - BBC News

Labour-run Camden council defends a 20,000 advertising campaign against government austerity measures.


Ian McKellen given freedom of London

5PM - BBC News

Lord of the Rings star Sir Ian McKellen is given the freedom of the City of London in recognition of his work for gay rights.


Woman, 90, conned over 50k watches

5PM - BBC News

A 90-year-old woman was conned into buying two watches worth nearly 50,000 in London by a man claiming to be a police officer.


Middlesex hand deals to young trio

4PM - BBC News

Middlesex hand teenage trio Max Holden, George Scott and Robbie White summer contracts with the club.


Lights switch off 'could save 40m'

4PM - BBC News

Switching off London's traffic lights at night could save drivers up to 40m, a new report suggests.


Bush House opens doors on future

3PM - BBC News

Bush House reopens, not as a broadcasting centre, but as a shiny centre for modern business.


Dons sign QPR's Sutherland on loan

3PM - BBC News

League Two AFC Wimbledon sign 20-year-old Queens Park Rangers midfielder Frankie Sutherland on a one-month loan deal.


VIDEO: On the buses with Prince Harry

12PM - BBC News

Prince Harry meets supporters of the British Legion's London Poppy Day Appeal at Buckingham Palace.


Prince Harry supports poppy appeal

12PM - BBC News

Prince Harry meets poppy sellers and celebrities at Buckingham Palace as a classic Routemaster bus tours London to support the annual appeal.


Victoria regeneration plans unveiled

12PM - BBC News

Plans to introduce more visible security and increase green spaces in Victoria are unveiled.


'Drunk' pilot arrested before flight

12PM - BBC News

A pilot for Flybe was removed from a plane and arrested on suspicion of being over the drink drive limit just before he was due to fly to London.


Bournemouth draw Liverpool in Cup

11AM - BBC News

Chelsea will travel to Derby and Tottenham play host Newcastle in the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup.


Pietersen claims sadden England pair

11AM - BBC News

England bowlers Stuart Broad and James Anderson say they are saddened by Kevin Pietersen's claims of a bullying culture.


VIDEO: Poll reveals women's transport fears

5AM - BBC News

A global survey reveals 20% of women polled have been physically assaulted on London's transport network.


VIDEO: Engineer secretly saved London

5AM - BBC News

An engineer secretly saved London from drowning more than 100 times during World War Two.


Penny donation scheme launched

4AM - BBC News

Users of public transport in London will be able to donate one penny for every journey they take as part of scheme to increase charitable giving.


Man jailed over Marcus Innocent death

1AM - BBC News

A 26-year-old has been jailed for 14 months after he was found guilty of violent disorder in connection with the death of Marcus Innocent.


Wednesday 29th October

Hackney man bailed on terror charge

11PM - BBC News

A 21-year-old man has been bailed after being arrested in Hackney, east London, on suspicion of assisting another person to commit acts of terrorism.


Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

10PM - BBC News

Tottenham beat Championship Brighton 2-0 at White Hart Lane to reach the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup.


Women abused on London transport

9PM - BBC News

Almost a third of women who use London transport have been verbally abused on the network, according to a poll.


Symons appointed Fulham manager

8PM - BBC News

Fulham appoint Kit Symons as manager of the Championship side after a successful spell as caretaker boss.


Public service for Alice Gross

8PM - BBC News

A public memorial service will be held for murdered teenager Alice Gross, who was found in the River Brent on 30 September one month after going missing.


Software 'predicts' gang violence

8PM - BBC News

The Metropolitan Police test software designed to predict which gang members are most likely to commit violent crimes.


Murray on brink of World Tour Finals

7PM - BBC News

Andy Murray moves to within one win of securing a World Tour Finals place after beating Julien Benneteau in Paris.


Ferdinand suspended & fined 25,000

7PM - BBC News

QPR defender Rio Ferdinand is suspended for three matches and fined 25,000 by the FA for comments he made on Twitter.


Labour council rejects mansion tax

7PM - BBC News

The Labour council running a London borough revolts against its party's mansion tax policy, saying it would unfairly affect its residents.


Murray on bronk of World Tour Finals

6PM - BBC News

Andy Murray moves to within one win of securing a World Tour Finals place after beating Julien Benneteau in Paris.


CCTV snaps 'robbers in disguise'

5PM - BBC News

Two suspects in an armed robbery are caught on camera putting on their disguises, police say.


West Ham can 'push for Europe'

4PM - BBC News

West Ham striker Andy Carroll believes his side can qualify for European competition this season.


Murray closes in on London place

4PM - BBC News

Andy Murray moves to within one win of securing a World Tour Finals place after beating Julien Benneteau in Paris.


Dare victim drank 30 units in minutes

4PM - BBC News

The death of a man who drank about 30 units of alcohol in two minutes after being dared as part of the Neknominate craze is ruled as accidental.


Combat soldiers guarding Whitehall

4PM - BBC News

Soldiers with assault rifles in combat gear are seen guarding the entrance to Horse Guards Parade, in central London's Whitehall.


Unwell Nutini cancels more UK gigs

4PM - BBC News

Chart-topping singer Paolo Nutini postpones two more UK arena shows in London and Cardiff due to "severe tonsillitis".


Have there been lions in London since 1210?

4PM - BBC News

Have there been lions in London since 1210?


Hammers can 'reach Champions League'

3PM - BBC News

West Ham striker Andy Carroll thinks his team can finish in the top four and qualify for the Champions League next year.


Milanese hopes for Orient stability

3PM - BBC News

New Leyton Orient manager Mauro Milanese hopes he can bring stability to the League One club.


Over 26,000 suspects skip bail

3PM - BBC News

More than 26,000 suspected criminals in London, including alleged rapists and murderers went missing after being given bail in the last three years.


Neknominate death ruled accidental

3PM - BBC News

The death of a man who drank about 30 units of alcohol in two minutes after being dared as part of the Neknominate craze is ruled as accidental.


Grimsby sign midfielder Pell on loan

2PM - BBC News

Conference side Grimsby Town sign AFC Wimbledon midfielder Harry Pell on a one-month loan deal.


Symons expects Fulham decision soon

12PM - BBC News

Fulham caretaker manager Kit Symons hopes a permanent appointment is made by chairman Shahid Khan soon.


NFL could give UK 'more than 100m'

11AM - BBC News

A London-based NFL team could be worth more than 100m a year to the UK, according to a new report.


Man, 21, held on terror charge

11AM - BBC News

A 21-year-old man is arrested in Hackney, east London, on suspicion of assisting another person to commit acts of terrorism.


Quins sign Swiel to cover Botica

10AM - BBC News

Harlequins sign South African fly-half Tim Swiel on loan from Sharks to cover for the injured Ben Botica.


VIDEO: A tour of London's listed skatepark

9AM - BBC News

A 1970s skatepark in east London has been given Grade 2 listed status by English Heritage.


Mourinho unimpressed by fringe men

9AM - BBC News

Jose Mourinho says some Chelsea players did not impress enough in the League Cup win at Shrewsbury to keep their place.


Body found impaled on railings

9AM - BBC News

A body of a man is found impaled on railings in west London.


Fracking firm eyes London licence

9AM - BBC News

A new energy company headed by pro-fracking commentator Nick Grealy says it has applied for licences to frack in London.


Zambian President Sata dies in UK

7AM - BBC News

Zambia's President Michael Sata, 77, dies in London, where he had been receiving treatment for an undisclosed illness, the government says.


London skatepark given listed status

3AM - BBC News

A London skatepark is awarded Grade II listing, becoming the first of its kind to be listed in Europe.


Tuesday 28th October

VIDEO: Amputee veteran's poppy marathon run

11PM - BBC News

A soldier who lost an arm and a leg while serving in Afghanistan has completed a 31 mile run in the shape of a poppy to raise money for charity.


Cinema staff to vote over wage offer

11PM - BBC News

Cinema staff who fought a campaign to get paid the London Living Wage are set to be balloted on strike action after they were told some could be made redundant.


Leyton Orient 0-2 Preston North End

10PM - BBC News

Mauro Milanese's first game in charge of Leyton Orient ends in defeat as Callum Robinson scores his first Preston goal.


Ex-teacher acquitted of abuse charge

10PM - BBC News

Former teacher Charles Napier is found not guilty of a charge of historical sex abuse on the direction of a judge, but faces other claims, a court hears.


'Golden thread' rail needs funding

10PM - BBC News

The main rail route between Norwich and London is in danger of becoming a "heritage line" unless "fundamental" investment is made, MPs are told.


Shrewsbury Town 1-2 Chelsea

10PM - BBC News

Chelsea need a late own goal to defeat gutsy League Two side Shrewsbury and reach the League Cup quarter-finals.


Fulham 2-5 Derby County

10PM - BBC News

Derby produce a stunning comeback to overcome Fulham at Craven Cottage and reach the last eight of the League Cup.


VIDEO: Hospital told services not good enough

8PM - BBC News

One of London's major hospitals has been told by the health watchdog its frontline services are not good enough.


VIDEO: Crossrail 2 route outlined by mayor

8PM - BBC News

A preferred route for a proposed 20bn Crossrail 2 scheme running north-south through London is identified by Mayor Boris Johnson.


Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton & Hove Albion

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's League Cup game between Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton & Hove Albion.


Cureton eyes 300-goal landmark

5PM - BBC News

Veteran Dagenham striker Jamie Cureton is targeting the landmark of 300 career goals before retiring from playing.


Celebrities voice Tube announcements

5PM - BBC News

The voices of celebrities including Stephen Fry, Barbara Windsor and Joanna Lumley will echo across trains and buses as part of London Poppy Day.


'Terror' wi-fi signal delays flight

5PM - BBC News

A plane is delayed for hours at Los Angeles airport after a passenger spots a wi-fi signal in the area called "Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork"


VIDEO: App aims to identify bird songs

4PM - BBC News

A mobile phone app that recognises which species of bird is singing is being developed by a researcher at Queen Mary University in London.


'Shazam for birds' set for launch

4PM - BBC News

The app can recognise bird calls and identify the species - but not always with the greatest accuracy, as the BBC found out


Crossrail 2's 20bn route outlined

2PM - BBC News

A preferred route for a proposed 20bn Crossrail 2 scheme running north-south through London is identified by mayor Boris Johnson.


Petrol station arson suspect charged

2PM - BBC News

A man is charged with one count of arson with intent to endanger life following a fire at a petrol station in south-east London.


VIDEO: Bid to boost life for learning disabled

1PM - BBC News

DJ Jo Whiley recently joined up with Mencap to host an evening highlighting the fact that many people with learning difficulties struggle to have a full social life. BBC News went along.


Millwall's Wright loaned to Orient

1PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient sign Millwall midfielder Josh Wright on loan until 3 January following an injury to Romain Vincelot.


House prices fall in September

12PM - BBC News

House prices in England and Wales fell by 0.2% in September - the biggest monthly fall in nearly a year, according to the Land Registry.


VIDEO: Sister on UK medic's Syria death

11AM - BBC News

The sister of a British doctor who was unlawfully killed in Syria has said she wants see the Syrian authorities held accountable for his death at the International Criminal Court.


Bertrand open to Southampton stay

11AM - BBC News

Ryan Bertrand says he is open to making his season-long loan move from Chelsea to Southampton a permanent deal.


Mellon keen to shake Mourinho's hand

11AM - BBC News

Shrewsbury boss Micky Mellon is keen to shake Jose Mourinho's hand when Chelsea visit in the League Cup on Tuesday night.


The high-stakes world of rare-plant theft

9AM - BBC News

The high-stakes world of rare-plant theft


Sotheby's sued over Caravaggio claim

9AM - BBC News

The former owner of a painting that was auctioned for 42,000 sues Sotheby's because he now believes it is by Italian master Caravaggio and worth 11m.


Huhne challenges points case costs

8AM - BBC News

Ex-cabinet minister Chris Huhne is challenging a court order for 77,750 in costs relating to his prosecution for passing speeding points to his former wife in 2003, at the Court of Appeal in London.


VIDEO: What odds on Brand for London mayor?

6AM - BBC News

Russell Brand is linked to a campaign to run as London mayor in 2016, but the bookies are not taking him seriously.


New Scottish flights to London begin

6AM - BBC News

The airline Flybe starts new flights from Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness to London City Airport.


Children 'lacking trust' in police

6AM - BBC News

Children and young people have a "profound lack of trust" in the police, bordering on fear in some cases, a report by MPs and peers suggests.


Monday 27th October

VIDEO: Overseas cosmetic surgery warning

11PM - BBC News

Surgeons and patients have warned about possible dangers of having cosmetic surgery abroad following the death of a London woman in Thailand.


Who said it: Brand or Boris?

10PM - BBC News

Russell Brand v Boris Johnson - quote for quote, can you tell them apart?


Queens Park Rangers 2-0 Aston Villa

10PM - BBC News

Charlie Austin scores twice as QPR lift themselves off the bottom of the Premier League with victory over Aston Villa.


UK student denies terror intent

9PM - BBC News

A British man accused of planning to carry out a Mumbai-style street massacre denies intending to commit an act of terrorism.


Fire at building by London Bridge

7PM - BBC News

London Fire Brigade is called to a fire on a building site near London Bridge.


Views sought on new pollution zone

7PM - BBC News

A consultation on plans to introduce tougher pollution limits on vehicles in London is under way.


Fulham v Derby County

6PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League Cup game between Fulham and Derby County.


Doctor 'unlawfully killed' in Syria

6PM - BBC News

A London jury returns a verdict of unlawful killing at an inquest into the death of Dr Abbas Khan in a Syrian prison.


Parish denies Palace takeover claims

4PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish says he is open to a change of ownership, but denies a takeover is imminent.


Shrewsbury Town v Chelsea

4PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League Cup game between Shrewsbury Town and Chelsea.


VIDEO: Actor calls on public to buy poppies

3PM - BBC News

Commuters are being asked to buy poppies to remember members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty.


Keyless cars 'targeted by thieves'

2PM - BBC News

Some Range Rover owners in London are reportedly refused insurance as thieves target keyless cars.


Birthday present killer boy detained

1PM - BBC News

A 15-year-old boy who shot dead his girlfriend Shereka Fab-Ann Marsh is sentenced to nine years for her manslaughter.


Petrol station arson suspect arrested

1PM - BBC News

A 23-year-old man is arrested in connection with an incident where a fire was deliberately started at a petrol station.


Robshaw 'privileged' to lead England

12PM - BBC News

Chris Robshaw says he is "extremely privileged" to be reappointed England captain for the autumn internationals.


Syria doctor 'unlawfully killed'

11AM - BBC News

A London jury returns a verdict of unlawful killing at an inquest into the death of Dr Abbas Khan in a Syrian prison.


Wembley to get three more NFL games

10AM - BBC News

Wembley will host another three NFL games next year as the sport continues to expand its push into the UK market.


Pochettino questions Spurs mentality

10AM - BBC News

Mauricio Pochettino believes his Tottenham side lack mental strength at the moment after a 2-1 defeat by Newcastle.


Mourinho unhappy with decisions

10AM - BBC News

Jose Mourinho bemoans the refereeing decisions against his Chelsea side as Manchester United snatch a draw.


Ex-Liverpool chief joins Chelsea

10AM - BBC News

Chelsea appoint former Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow as their head of global commercial activities.


VIDEO: Call for support for Tin Pan Alley

7AM - BBC News

Campaigners call for music shops in a central London street to be given tax exemptions to help them survive.


Sunday 26th October

Wasps 16-23 Harlequins

8PM - BBC News

The long-running series of London derbies between Wasps and Harlequins ends with the latter winning away in the Champions Cup.


VIDEO: Baby P, the social worker and the media

7PM - BBC News

The social worker in the case of Baby P, whose death in 2007 sparked a huge public outcry about how the authorities protect vulnerable children, has said she feels vilified by the media.


Lions edge past Falcons at Wembley

7PM - BBC News

Detroit Lions beat Atlanta Falcons 22-21 at Wembley with a last-second field goal from kicker Matt Prater.


Jihadi's brother faces terror charge

7PM - BBC News

The brother of a Portsmouth man killed while fighting for Islamic State in Syria is charged with preparing terrorist acts.


Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea

6PM - BBC News

Robin van Persie's stoppage-time strike earns Manchester United a point in a pulsating encounter with Chelsea.


Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Premier League game between Queens Park Rangers and Aston Villa.


Boy, 15, charged over bus stabbing

5PM - BBC News

A 15-year-old boy is charged with grievous bodily harm with intent after a teenager of the same age was stabbed in south London.


Second terrorism suspect charged

5PM - BBC News

A second man from Portsmouth is charged with preparing acts of terrorism.


VIDEO: Greens to increase London support

4PM - BBC News

The Green Party increased their share of the vote in the local elections in May, but opponents question if the party is representative of the capital.


Tottenham 1-2 Newcastle United

4PM - BBC News

Ayoze Perez scores his first goal for Newcastle, who come back from a goal down to defeat Tottenham at White Hart Lane.


Violent mugger absconds from prison

4PM - BBC News

A violent mugger who attacked pensioners in London to fund his crack and heroin habit absconds from a prison in Kent.


Fernandes calls for QPR unity

2PM - BBC News

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes calls for "unity" following the dispute between manager Harry Redknapp and Adel Taarabt.


'Man Utd catch Chelsea? Who is Van Gaal kidding?'

1PM - BBC News

BBC Sport pundit Robbie Savage on why Man Utd fans will soon make their mind up about Louis van Gaal.


Trott beats Vos to London omnium win

1PM - BBC News

Olympic omnium champion Laura Trott beats Marianne Vos in the opening round of the Revolution Series in London.


Christmas tree battle for No 10

1PM - BBC News

Who will provide the winning tree?


Trunchbull star to play Nick Clegg

12PM - BBC News

West End star Bertie Carvel - best known for his role as Miss Trunchbull in the hit musical Matilda - will play Nick Clegg in a new Channel 4 drama.


'Record number' of low-paid Britons

12PM - BBC News

A record five million UK workers are now in low-paid jobs, a rise of 250,000 in the last year, research from a left-of-centre think tank suggests.


IT issues cause Heathrow disruption

10AM - BBC News

An IT problem at Heathrow airport causes baggage handling problems, with some passengers reporting "huge delays".



National News

Witch mystery of gong hope oak

An oak tree - nominated in a national tree competition - could have been a sanctuary for hunted witches, according to local folklore.

Spotters swarm to see seals born

Wardens expect hundreds of visitors at a Lincolnshire nature reserve where thousands of seals will be born over the next few weeks.

Fort saved in battle of the elements

An Iron Age battle site containing the remains of a hill fort is plucked from the precipice of destruction through erosion.

Bonfire season starts during strike

Extra precautions are in place as bonfire processions get under way during a four-day firefighters' strike.

Badger vaccines reach over 75%

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust says its first season of badger vaccinations sees over 75% of animals treated.

Business News

VIDEO: Contactless payment 'security flaw'

Researchers claim they have found a security flaw with Visa contactless payment cards.

US shares close at record levels

The Dow and S&P 500 close at record levels, helped by a surprise move by the Bank of Japan to boost its stimulus measures.

VIDEO: Morocco's offshore oil dispute

US oil company Kosmos Energy is to begin drilling off the coast of Western Sahara - a disputed territory claimed by both the Moroccan government and separatists from the indigenous Saharawi people.

VIDEO: 'I don't know what my destiny is'

A day in the life of Ismael Diabate, an economic migrant stranded in the Moroccan capital of Rabat.

FTSE up on bank news and Japan move

The FTSE 100 rises more than 1% as investors breathed a sigh of relief over Bank of England plans for capital reserves and welcomed news of a stimulus boost from the Bank of Japan.

Entertainment News

Top 10 tips for being a choreographer

How to be a successful choreographer

Wannabe is 'catchiest hit single'

Results from a citizen science online experiment suggests that the Spice Girls' Wannabe is the UK's catchiest hit single.

VIDEO: Serial: Cult podcast grips audiences

In the age of "binge-watching" programmes, a US podcast series is gripping audiences around the world who are hooked on its weekly instalments.

Largest Hammer horror archive opens

De Montfort University, which holds the largest collection of Hammer horror memorabilia, opens its archive for one day.

Paddington author to make film cameo

Paddington Bear creator Michael Bond is to make a cameo appearance in the film that will bring his beloved character to the big screen for the first time.

Sport News

Pellegrini keeps attacking approach

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he will stick to his attacking principles for Sunday's Manchester derby.

India ask WI for $42m compensation

Forget jumpers... your best makeshift goalposts

Trees, plastic bottles, beds and thorn bushes...BBC Sport readers reveal all about their best makeshift goalposts.

Van Gaal keen to exploit City form

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal hopes his team can exploit Manchester City's dip in form at the Etihad on Sunday.

Tandy would welcome Lydiate quality

Coach Steve Tandy says a player of Dan Lydiate's quality would be welcome at the Ospreys, but 'it's for other people to decide'.

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VIDEO: Lab for world

A look around a new lab at Pirbright Institute in Surrey, where the world

VIDEO: Lab for world

A look around a new lab at Pirbright Institute in Surrey, where the world

VIDEO: Lab for world

A look around a new lab at Pirbright Institute in Surrey, where the world

VIDEO: Lab for world

A look around a new lab at Pirbright Institute in Surrey, where the world

VIDEO: Lab for world

A look around a new lab at Pirbright Institute in Surrey, where the world