- Theresa May has had 'positive' discussions with banks about their future presence in London, she told the BBC.
- A strike by conductors on the Southern rail network will still go ahead next week after the RMT was barred from ongoing talks, the union says.
- It is the second time the central London store has been targeted by axe-wielding robbers.
- Boss Slavisa Jokanovic is sure on-loan striker Chris Martin will remain at Fulham despite Derby wanting to recall him.
- League One side Millwall re-sign Wolves midfielder Jed Wallace and bring in Reading defender Jake Cooper on loan.
- The protestors caused "utter chaos" as they blocked a southbound road to the airport in August 2015.
- Washington Women's March is expected to draw 200,000 people - and thousands are due to march in London in a show of solidarity.
- Northern Ireland striker Josh Magennis will be out for at least a month after suffering an ankle injury playing for Charlton.
- An alleged victim tells the ex-TV star's trial he assaulted her in a "quick opportunistic grope".
- Police recorded an 8% rise in all offences in England and Wales as a survey shows figures in cybercrime and fraud.
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- Bus passengers and drivers react to the Supreme Court verdict in a case involving a wheelchair user.
- League One side Millwall re-sign Wolves midfielder Jed Wallace on loan until the end of the season.
- Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker, who is yet to play this season because of injury, signs a one-year contract extension.
- Three men are charged with murder after a man is shot in the head outside a takeaway.
- A scoop of ice cream covered in parasites and an empty robe are some of the new proposals for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.
- As new school league tables are published, the government says 282 secondaries are underperforming.
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- London's congestion charge should target vehicles which add to congestion the most, a report finds.
- Air quality alerts are issued by the Mayor of London, with moderate pollution expected until the weekend
- Every day, Miqdaad Versi searches newspapers looking for errors concerning Muslims and Islam, looking to challenge them.
- A 1917 explosion at a TNT factory that rocked east London is recalled through the voices of witnesses.
- Three men arrested on suspicion of murdering a 24-year-old outside a west London takeaway.
- Train drivers suspend their walkouts, with a full timetable in place on Tuesday, the company says.
- British sprinter James Ellington says he does not know how he or team-mate Nigel Levine survived a motorbike accident in Spain.
- Two major City of London investment banks say that some staff will have to move abroad when the UK leaves the EU.
- League One Bristol Rovers sign goalkeeper Joe Lumley on loan from Queens Park Rangers for the rest of the season.
- Compare the Donald Trump waxwork unveiled in London with the real person.
- Nicke Kabamba quits his job as a car salesman after joining Portsmouth from non-league Hampton & Richmond.
- Experienced defender Alan Dunne leaves League Two side Leyton Orient by mutual consent.
- The first direct China-to-UK rail freight service completes its 18-day, 7,500-mile journey.
- Saracens boss Mark McCall criticise Scarlets flanker James Davies after lock Will Skelton was sin-binned last weekend.
- A hard Brexit "could rip Britain apart", London mayor Sadiq Khan is to warn in a speech later.
- About 70% of London schools could face budget cuts under government plans to change how they are funded, according to London councils.
- Lawrence Okolie becomes the first member of Great Britain's Rio 2016 Olympic boxing squad to join the professional ranks.
- Arsenal Ladies sign former USA midfielder Heather O'Reilly for the 2017 Women's Super League Spring Series.
- Sutton chairman Bruce Elliott hopes their FA Cup run will create memories to sit alongside their previous exploits.
- Concussion remains the most commonly reported match injury in the Premiership, accounting for approximately 25% of the total.
- China has launched a direct rail freight service to London, as part of its drive to develop trade.
- Some of the British schoolgirls who met Michelle Obama in 2015 pay tribute to the outgoing US first lady.
- Christian Benteke scores twice for Crystal Palace as they come from behind to beat Bolton in their FA Cup third-round replay.
- Non-league Sutton set up a glamorous FA Cup fourth-round home tie against Leeds with a thrilling win at 10-man AFC Wimbledon.
- Non-league Sutton set up a glamorous FA Cup fourth-round home tie against Leeds with a thrilling 3-1 replay win at 10-man League One side AFC Wimbledon.
- Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen's injury in the win over West Brom on Saturday is revealed to be ligament damage to his ankle.
- Chelsea striker Diego Costa trains with the Blues squad for the first time since being linked with a move to China.
- Chelsea forward Lucas Piazon extends his loan spell at Championship side Fulham until the end of the season.
- Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir says he will never wear a Great Britain vest again, adding he feels "let down".
- Saracens agree a deal to sign flanker Calum Clark from fellow Premiership side Northampton Saints this summer.
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- A musician stabbed at the Notting Hill Carnival in 2016 told the BBC he did not think the event should change.
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