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On the programme at 13:30 on BBC One: We'll have the latest from the Mayor's visit to Singapore: Boris Johnson's been accused of sending out contradictory messages over immigration.
And freedom of speech or intimidation? Health groups are calling for new laws to ban anti-abortion protests from taking place directly outside clinics.
The lead story at 13:00 in the capital on BBC London 94.9: London Underground says there's "absolutely no basis" for a strike on the Northern Line which is set to go ahead on Monday after talks to try to avert it broke down.
A 21-year-old talks about her experience of having an abortion at a London clinic and having to walk past pro-life campaigners before undergoing the procedure.
She said the situation was "really upsetting" and made her "feel physically sick." It comes as the British Pregnancy Advisory Service calls for new legislation in England and Wales to ban anti-abortion protests from taking place within a certain distance of clinics.
A university lecturer who needed facial reconstruction surgery after he was savagely beaten at his home said he wanted to know why he was attacked.
Paul Kohler, 55, who attacked in Kings Road, Wimbledon on 11 August, told BBC London: "We need to find out why they did it."
Four people have been arrested after a machine gun was recovered at a house on Tottenham Lane in Haringey, Scotland Yard has said.
A loaded Mac 10 machine gun containing a magazine with approximately 30 rounds of ammunition was seized, along with a bag containing 25 additional rounds. The two men and two women were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to endanger life.
The Christmas lights on Oxford Street were switched off for five minutes at midnight to mark the start of Black Friday.
A police officer who witnessed the so-called "Plebgate" row has said it was a "nonsense incident" that should not have cost Andrew Mitchell his job.
The Tory MP lost his High Court libel case yesterday after a judge ruled he probably had called officers "plebs". But Ian Richardson, who was on duty during the row, said the fall-out from the incident was "totally unnecessary".
Our top story this hour in London: Scotland Yard says a former children's home worker, John Cowan, who's been jailed for eight years for historic sexual abuse could have abused many more victims who haven't yet come forward.
The BBC has been allowed inside London's Olympic Stadium to film the construction of the arena's new roof which is part of £190m programme including the installation of new hospitality suites, toilets and turnstile areas.
The stadium is scheduled to reopen next year to host 2015 Rugby World Cup games with West Ham United are set to move to the arena in 2016.
The radio station BBC London 94.9 tweets: Jeremy Paxman: I wouldn't be London mayor "for all the eclairs in Paris" - but confirms he was approached to stand as Tory candidate in 2016.
The Daily Telegraph reports for Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman is being urged to run as Conservative candidate for the Mayor of London.
London Mayor Boris Johnson is pictured being met by doorman Narajan at Raffles Hotel in Singapore before he addresseing the Singapore British Chamber of Commerce.
Earlier, Mr Johnson met the Prime Minister Mr Lee Hsien Loong at Istana, the Presidential Palace as part of a six day tour of the far east.
The lead story at 11:00 in the capital on BBC London 94.9: A chief constable's accused supermarkets of being unprepared for the crowds of shoppers hoping to grab a bargain on so-called Black Friday in London.
A leading wine merchant has become the latest victim of wine fraud after being conned out of vintage bottles worth £50,000, according to the Evening Standard.
Sebastian Woolf, who runs Woolf Sung in Covent Garden, says the fraudster pretended to be the chief executive of a City firm looking to buy wine for "wealthy individuals" for a party.
A man hunted by police has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a couple whose bodies were found in their village home near Leatherhead.
Viktoras Bruzas, 38, was detained by police as he drove a car through Oxshott. The bodies of Patrick and Gillian Kettyle, both in their 50s, were found at their home in Fetcham in the early hours of Thursday.
Scotland Yard is appealing for information to trace a man who has been seen driving naked from the waist down in south-west London.
He was spotted on the afternoon of 4 November acting suspiciously in a car in Hampton. On 16 November, police believe the same man pursued a woman in his car in the same area, forcing her to run away. The car was blue or silver in colour.
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Richard O'Brien is to turn his flop sequel to The Rocky Horror Picture Show into a stage production in London.
Shock Treatment, originally filmed in 1981, was a satire of celebrity, with Rocky Horror characters Brad and Janet trapped in a sinister TV game show.
The lead story in the capital at 10:00 on BBC London 94.9: A Lithuanian builder from Walton-on-Thames is being questioned by detectives investigating a double murder near Leatherhead.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has added his name to a letter calling on Westminster to devolve more powers to regional government in England.
It comes on the day a cross-party commission, set up in the wake of the Scottish referendum, recommended that Edinburgh should have sweeping new controls over tax.
London mayor Boris Johnson has added his name to a letter calling on Westminster to devolve more powers to regional government in England.
BBC London's Karl Mercer spoke to Andrew Carter from urban policy research unit Centre for Cities.
Tottenham secured their place in the Europa League knockout stage with victory over Partizan Belgrade, but their achievement was overshadowed by three first-half pitch intruders.
The match was suspended by the referee for 10 minutes just before the break following the third incident.
Talks aimed at averting a strike by drivers on a London Underground (LU) line have broken up without agreement.
Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union members on the Northern Line are due to walk out on Monday (1 December) in a row over the sacking of a colleague.
RMT general secretary Mick Cash has dismissed the claim alcohol was involved in the dismissal. LU's chief operating officer Phil Hufton said: "There is no basis to take strike action."
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been arrested after arriving at Heathrow airport from Mexico where he had been detained.
The 43-year-old was held yesterday and will be taken to Scotland for an expected appearance at Glasgow Sheriff Court later.
He is being held on an arrest warrant in relation to an investigation into his takeover of Rangers in 2011.
The lead story at 09:00: Police have been called to help control crowds of shoppers at supermarkets across the country overnight, including four in London.
The Romford Recorder has a fascinating interview with Aaron Kumar, 30, of Hornchurch, who written a novel, Having The Last Laugh, which is based on his own experiences, to coincide with Anti-Bullying Week.
Seven mental health patients have killed themselves in England -with at least one in London- since 2012 after being told there were no hospital beds for them, the BBC learns.
The investigation, by BBC News and Community Care, has also revealed an email a chief executive of a mental health trust wrote to NHS England in frustration this summer after one of her senior officials came to tell her that: "Yet again there were no mental health beds in London in either the NHS or private sector."
An independent review found an incoherent system for reporting abuse at Southbank International School in central London, where William Vahey worked.
BBC London 94.9 reporter Richard Main tweets: Around 150 people currently queuing outside Asda on Edgware Road with more still arriving #BlackFriday
Police have been called to several supermarkets in London amid crowd surges as people hunt for "Black Friday" offers.
This morning will start off cloudy and dull, with some patchy rain or drizzle possible at times.
It will then become mainly dry in the afternoon, with some bright or sunny spells developing, followed by some clear spells after dusk. It will also be quite breezy throughout. Maximum temperature: 13C (55F).
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