- A lifeboat crew was called into action to rescue a "poorly and exhausted" seal from the banks of Thames, after being alerted by members of the public.
- A man stabbed to death at a home on a quiet residential road in Tooting has been named by police.
- A police officer has been shot and wounded in a "terrorist attack" in north Belfast.
- At least 15 people have been killed as severe weather wreaks havoc across south-eastern America, with dozens more injured.
- A group of YouTube pranksters sneaked into Crystal Palace's stadium before filming themselves walking on the stadium's roof and running around on the pitch and stands.
- A man has died after the car he was driving crashed into a tree in east London in the early hours of the morning.
- Four Londoners who rowed the Atlantic in memory of a tragic former Harrow school boy have raised half a million pounds for charity.
- Theresa May has come under fire after accusations surfaced that she intentionally did not inform MPs about a failed Trident test before a debate on whether to keep the nuclear deterrent.
- Police are investigating a spate of anti-Semitic attacks in which a brick daubed with swastikas was smashed through a window and a Jewish woman was pelted with eggs.
- A London mother sentenced to five years in an Iranian prison has reportedly had her conviction upheld in an appeals court.
- A spaniel was thrown over a 6ft fence and abandoned in a field, the RSPCA said.
- Southern rail has urged union bosses to call off a planned 24-hour strike.
- Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he is not part of the Establishment or the political elite.
- Temperatures plunged to -7C in parts of London overnight as forecasters warned freezing fog was set to hit the capital.
- London woke to a stunning winter sunrise as the capital's skyline was bathed in an orange glow after a freezing night.
Theresa May insists meeting President Trump is 'biggest statement' she can make about women's equalityTheresa May has insisted being a female Prime Minister and the first foreign leader to meet Donald Trump since his inauguration will be the "biggest statement" she can make about the role of women in the world.
- Donald Trump moved to repair his tumultuous relationship with America's spy agencies during his first full day in office.
Enjoying your free time? A relaxed-looking Obama spends first day out of office playing golf in CaliforniaBarack Obama seemed to be making the most of newly acquired free time by lapping up the sunshine with a round of golf in California.
- Donald Trump marked his first full day in office by attacking the media over its coverage of his inauguration.
Donald Trump and press secretary Sean Spicer attack 'shameful' media over inauguration crowd reportsDonald Trump marked his first full day in office by attacking the media over its coverage of his inauguration.
- A murder investigation has been launched in Milton Keynes after a man's body was discovered in the early hours of Sunday morning.
- The mother of murdered soldier Lee Rigby has said she was threatened with arrest unless she attended a court hearing for an internet troll who taunted her over his death.
- New laws which will limit strike action by unions and claim to protect people's "right to get to work" will be proposed in the Commons on Tuesday.
- A man was left fighting for life after he was stabbed in Hackney.
- Police have warned the public not to approach a potentially "violent and dangerous" man after a woman was stabbed in south London.
Prince Charles warns climate change deniers will 'test world to destruction' by 'sticking their head in the sand'Prince Charles has warned climate change deniers will "test our world to destruction" unless action is taken to cut pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
- Frustrated boaters and residents in a corner of east London have urged police to step up patrols after a spate of violent robberies in the area.
- George Michael fans are calling for a memorial bench to the star on Hampstead Heath, near his London home.
Londoner organises 'pampering' day for homeless women to 'boost their self-worth'A London businesswoman has organised a "pampering day" for homeless women in a bid to "empower them" and "boost their self-worth."
- At least four people have been killed after a tornado ripped through Mississippi, leaving a trail of destroyed homes in its wake.
- Dozens of so-called hubbly bubbly pipes were seized from an east London café after local residents tipped off the police.
- Brentford boss Dean Smith admits striker Scott Hogan has had his "head turned" by transfer speculation around him.
- Tottenham recover from two goals down to snatch a point from Manchester City, as Gabriel Jesus is denied a goal on his debut.
- Freezing fog could hit London as the cold weather continues into next week, the Met Office has warned.
- Rallies take place as part of global protests on the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency.
- West Ham manager Slaven Bilic says defender Angelo Ogbonna needs knee surgery that will rule him out for the rest of the season.
- Theresa May will hold talks with Donald Trump next week, becoming one of the first foreign leaders to meet with the US President, the White House has confirmed.
- James Meredith rescues a point for League One promotion-chasers Bradford in a draw with in-form Millwall.
- Saracens secure a home quarter-final in the European Champions Cup with a 10-3 win over French side Toulon.
- Gary Caldwell's first game in charge of Chesterfield ends in a goalless draw at home to AFC Wimbledon.
- Protesters have built a cardboard wall outside the US embassy in Mexico City, with an effigy of Donald Trump on top which was pulled down and set on fire.
- Andy Carroll scores twice as West Ham win away at Middlesbrough to make it back-to-back victories in the Premier League.
- Wigan record back-to-back Championship victories as a win against Brentford lifts them out of the relegation zone.
- Bottom club Newport County frustrate play-off chasing Barnet to claim a second successive draw in League Two.
- Hundreds of thousands of protesters have descended on Washington to march against Donald Trump's presidency.
- The former President was caught in a tangle of plastic at Donald Trump's inauguration
- Rugby's governing body has confirmed the west London football club will not move to the stadium.
- Chris Martin atones for an early saved penalty to rescue a point for Fulham in their west London derby at QPR.
- Murder police are investigating after a man was stabbed to death at a home in a quiet residential street in south London.
- Thousands of protesters in London fill Trafalgar Square as part of a Women's March on the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency.
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