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On the 18:30 programme on BBC One: Police investigating the disappearance of 14-year-old Alice Gross name a missing man they want to speak to, and the new way to pay - passengers can now use contactless bankcards on the Tube.
Researchers from University College London and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine have said the target to reduce sugar consumption should be much more ambitious to look after the cost in both health and financial terms of tooth decay.
The World Health Organization and government advisers in England recently proposed a cut in their recommendations for sugar consumption to 5% of energy intake per day, down from 10%. But a study published in the BMC Public Health journal suggested the target should be no more than 3%.
Arnis Zalkalns, 41, was reported missing to police on 5 September after failing to meet a colleague to cycle to work on the Grand Union Canal, the last place Alice was seen on CCTV, on 28 August.
Mr Zalkalns was last seen at home in Ealing on 3 September. Det Supt Carl Mehta said: "I would stress that based on what we know now there is no evidence to suggest that Arnis and Alice knew each other."
On the M25 there's heavy traffic due to an accident clockwise at J13 A30 (Staines). There's queuing traffic at the Dartford River crossing anti-clockwise, towards the tolls, and clockwise towards the QE2 Bridge.
There are delays of about 50 minutes on Thameslink and Southern trains to and from Brighton due to signalling problem at Haywards Heath.
There will be plenty of early evening sunshine for many but mist and low cloud will roll in from the east overnight, giving patchy fog and light drizzle in places. It will be another mild night but with a north easterly breeze picking up as the night goes on.
Minimum Temperature: 14C (57F).
The lead story at 17:00: Scotland Yard says a 25-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murdering the missing teenager Alice Gross will face no further action.
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard could sign a new contract within a month and develop into "one of the greatest players of his generation", according to manager Jose Mourinho.
The 23-year-old Belgium international, who joined from Lille in 2012, has three years left on his current deal, but Mourinho said the new contract was imminent because "he wants to stay and commit for many years".
A 15-year-old girl was shot in the neck when she was shown a gun by her boyfriend on his birthday, the Old Bailey has heard.
Shereka Fab-Ann Marsh died after a bullet from a counterfeit 1930s Italian Beretta pistol struck her. The boy, also 15, who cannot be named, told police the pair were holding the gun at his home when it went off. He denies murder and an alternative charge of manslaughter and being in possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.
Here's a snap of models on the catwalk during the Osman catwalk show, at Victoria House.
A campaigner from Aldgate whose mission is to expose corruption in the Third World has been named as one of the world's most influential people, the Evening Standard reports.
Charmian Gooch founded anti-corruption campaign group Global Witness and has been working for 21 years to reveal suspect oil and mineral deals and investigate business in corrupt regimes.
The man fatally shot by police in Islington on 5 September has been named as 40-year-old Dean Joseph of Northumberland Park, Haringey, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has confirmed.
The IPCC is investigating the circumstances surrounding Mr Joseph's death. An inquest is yet to open.
The lead story at 16:00: Thousands of shoppers were evacuated from the Westfield Shopping Centre in Stratford after a suspicious package was found.
Rudimental and Gorgon City are to perform a gig to fans on a Boeing 787 above the Atlantic Ocean as it flies from London to Atlanta, on 23 October.
The set on a new Virgin Atlantic airliner will be live-streamed from the plane.
The NHS has promised to focus on Tottenham following a damning report by a health watchdog, the Haringey Independent reports.
Healthwatch Haringey found a serious lack of GPs in the borough, with 116,000 fewer GP appointments available annually than recommended by the NHS.
Westfield in Stratford was evacuated earlier after a suspicious package was found. Shopper Lydia Tabbron said: "I was on the top floor when suddenly shops started pulling down their shutters. The alarm went off and police and security guards rushed out. It was quite busy so lots of people were trying to get out...it was really frightening."
Plans for QPR's new stadium at Old Oak Road could be "scuppered" after it was revealed the landowners have never discussed using the land for a football stadium.
Cargiant, the former QPR sponsor, holds a 30-acre plot on the site where the west London club hope to build a new 40,000-seater stadium.
But it said it had no plans to discuss the use of the land and was "very surprised by QPR's PR campaign regarding a proposed new stadium in Old Oak Common".
Cat Stevens, also known as Yusuf Islam, is to perform a series of dates in the US and Europe for the first time since 1976.
The British-born singer, who converted to Islam in 1977 and put his career on hold, will play Boston, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Toronto in December. A further six concerts around Europe are also scheduled, including one at London's Hammersmith Apollo.
Relly Annett-Baker has tweeted a photo of Westfield Stratford, which has been evacuated after a suspect package was discovered.
She posted: "Public and staff moved back to Olympic Park."
The rest of today will be mostly dry with sunny spells although there is a small risk of some isolated sharp showers too. Highs of 23C (73F).
A man arrested and later bailed by police investigating the disappearance of 14-year-old Alice Gross has been released, and will face no further action.
The 25-year old was arrested on 6 September on suspicion of murder and later bailed. Alice went missing from Hanwell on Thursday 28 August and has not been seen since.
London Fire Brigade tweets: Gas levels are down on Victoria Rd #Romford so we've reduced the hazard zone. Gas board are still working on the leak
The lead story at 14:00: About 200 people have been evacuated from their homes in Romford following a leaking gas main.
The headteacher of a failing boys and girls' school in Neasden, which recently moved into a new £40m academy, has left his job according to the Kilburn Times.
Alice was last seen on 28 August between 13:00, when she left home, and 16:26, when she walked along the Grand Union Canal, towards Hanwell.
On the programme at 13:30 on BBC One: We try out the new way to pay on public transport as contactless debit and credit cards can be used from today and we speak to one woman who believes the stress of her eviction while pregnant contributed to the death of one of her twins. Housing charity Shelter says one in eight families renting in London have been the victim of a revenge eviction- where tenants are forced to leave their homes after complaining about their conditions.
Also, inspired by the art of taxidermy? We meet the author whose latest book delves into the strange world of stuffed animals.
About 200 people have been evacuated from their homes in Romford following a leaking gas main.
London Fire Brigade said it was called to Victoria Road at about 10:30 and as a precaution closed the road as well as nearby South Street.
The lead headline at 13:00: About 200 people have been evacuated from their homes in Romford following a leaking gas main.
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A man whose daughter died in an apartment block blaze in Canary Wharf wants clearer rules on fire safety responsibility.
Sophie Rosser died in August 2012 after seeing her apartment block on fire and rushing inside to warn her fiancee.
A coroner said the 23-year-old's death was accidental, but Ms Rosser's father Julian said: "Nobody was blamed because the coroner wasn't sure who the responsible person was."
EastEnders actor Steve McFadden has settled a damages claim against News Group Newspapers and the Metropolitan Police, issued following the phone hacking revelations.
Tamsin Allen, representing Mr McFadden, who plays Phil Mitchell in the soap, told a High Court judge that a police officer had sold private information about the actor to a News of the World journalist in 2010.
On the Robert Elms show: Mike Pentelow and Peter Arkell, the authors of Freedom Pass London - Make the Most of Your Travel Pass, talk about their guide to free travel for pensioners in London and singer Chastity Brown plays live.
You can listen live on BBC London 94.9 and contact the team on 020 7224 2000.
The top headline at noon: The detective leading the search for the missing west London teenager Alice Gross will appear on Crimewatch tonight to appeal for information and show CCTV footage of her last known movements.
A CCTV image of a man police want to speak to in connection with the rape of a 19-year-old man in a Kingston-upon-Thames nightclub has been released.
The incident occurred in the early hours of Thursday, 3 April, in the male toilets of the Pryzm nightclub in Clarence Street, Kingston. The suspect is believed to be in his mid 20s and is described as being of Mediterranean appearance.
London City Airport tweets: Visibility has now improved, but flights may be delayed by the earlier disruption.
Two teenage girls have been arrested after a 38-year-old man was stabbed and bitten on football fields on Wanstead Flats.
The 13 and 16-year-olds were arrested at the scene yesterday afternoon on suspicion of causing GBH, Scotland Yard said.
The top story at 11:00: Detectives investigating the disappearance of west London teenager Alice Gross say they've had a "great response" from the public, but still no confirmed sightings after she was last seen on CCTV.
It has been revealed that Coca-Cola is to become the new sponsor of the London Eye from January.
Arsenal have injury problems in defence as they begin their Champions League campaign away to Borussia Dortmund tonight.
Right-back Mathieu Debuchy and left-back Nacho Monreal are out, while new signing Calum Chambers is a doubt.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after her car went through a level crossing barrier at Datchet, Berkshire, at 06:05 and collided with a train.
British Transport Police said the 67 year old's Volkswagen Golf collided with a train travelling from Clapham to Windsor and Eton Riverside Station.
She escaped injury.
The crash has caused travel disruption to services.
A pop-up restaurant inspired by the last meal requests of people on death row is coming to Hackney, Dalstonist reports.
The restaurant, which will be open for a month until the end of November, will be located on Hoxton Square.
Plans to build 10,000 new homes on the Greenwich Peninsula will go on display this week.
The scheme, which would be the UK's largest new development, involves 160 acres of land near the O2 and would take up to 25 years to complete.
Buses are replacing trains on South West services between Windsor & Eton Riverside and Staines-upon-Thames because of a level crossing incident.
For travel updates on twitter, follow @BBCTravelAlert
Detectives investigating the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old man in Battersea have arrested a second man on suspicion of murder.
Sebastian Hyman-Knight was shot in the head in Tennyson Street on Thursday night. Police say they are keeping an open mind about the motive.
I may have ended up on the extras cutting room floor in the first series, but Hugh Bonneville is to reprise his role as Ian Fletcher in BBC mockumentary W1A for a second series next year.
Based on the real workings of the newsroom, hundreds of BBC journalists offered to be extras and pretend to work away at their computers. If you were lucky enough to be "given direction" as I was, you could reach the heady heights of having to walk between two desks.
In the new show, Fletcher will have the additional challenge of having to deal with the issue of the BBC's charter renewal, which is due in 2016.
The RNLI's Matt Leat tweets: Since starting work today the visibility has reduced just a bit #fog #thamesbarrier
A woman is in a critical condition in hospital after a suspected hit and run involving a stolen car that was being chased by police in Highgate.
London's mental health services are struggling to cope with the demand for psychological therapies, according to new research by the We Need to Talk coalition.
It found that nearly a quarter of Londoners needing therapy have been waiting for more than six months.
What is your experience? You can listen live to BBC London 94.9 and contact the team on 020 7224 2000.
Contactless bank cards are being introduced across London's Tube, DLR and Overground train networks.
From this morning, people can use their bank cards instead of having to top up Oyster Cards, although these will still be accepted.
The trust said the hospital's 18-bed unit was in "desperate need" of refurbishment and a £168,000 donation would be added to £192,000 already raised by other supporters to enable improvements to be made.
TfL River tweets: No service on the Woolwich Ferry due to adverse weather conditions.
West Ham produced a spirited fightback to twice come from behind and deny Hull City victory at the KC Stadium.
Abel Hernandez, a club record £10m buy, gave Hull the lead before Enner Valencia equalised with a spectacular 25-yard strike.
Mo Diame restored Hull's lead against his old club, only for Curtis Davies to divert Diafra Sakho's shot into his own net.
There is disruption to flights to and from City Airport because of the fog.
For more travel updates, visit BBC London's travel website.
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