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An independent economic group has called for the future expansion of London airports to take Scotland and other UK regions into consideration.
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A new range of stamps commemorating the First World War are going on display in Battersea Library, reports the Wandsworth Guardian.
The exhibition will run throughout August and will feature enlarged version of stamps due to be issued over the next five years with designs including poppies, famous poetry and a child soldier.
Mr Chesterman said: "Officers are not above the law and they are accountable for their individual decisions, but carrying a gun on behalf of the state is a big ask and it just got bigger."
Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders' decision to charge the former marksman comes after a three-month public inquiry into Azelle Rodney's death, chaired by former judge Sir Christopher Holland, found that his killing was not justified.
Firearms officers are having second thoughts about their role following a landmark decision to prosecute a former policeman for the shooting of a robbery suspect in north London, a police chief has said.
The ex-officer, identified only as E7, shot Azelle Rodney in 2005, opening fire within a second of pulling up next to the car the victim was in.
Deputy Chief Constable Simon Chesterman, the Association of Chief Police Officers' national lead for armed policing, told the Times: "Firearms officers volunteer for the role and many are now considering their future career choices."
West Ham footballer Ravel Morrison has been charged with assaulting two women in Salford, police said.
Morrison, 21, of Urmston, is accused of assaulting a 19-year-old woman and a woman aged 39.
A public inquiry into the death of a Russian spy who was poisoned as he drank tea at a hotel in Mayfair will be formally opened later.
Alexander Litvinenko's widow believes he was working for MI6 at the time, and was killed on the orders of the Kremlin.
On Vanessa Feltz's show after 09.00, why is Tower Hamlets council flying the Palestinian flag over its town hall? What are your views?
And, drink crime offenders will have to wear tags to monitor whether they are still drinking - will it work? Is it going too far?
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A former aide to the Duke of Edinburgh has been accused of sexually assaulting a girl in the 1970s.
Benjamin Herman, 79, is charged with three indecent assaults between 1972 and 1974, during which time he served as an equerry to Prince Philip. Mr Herman is due appear before Wimbledon Magistrates' Court on Monday.
Offenders convicted of alcohol-related crimes will have to wear ankle tags to monitor whether they are still drinking, under a new 12-month pilot scheme in Croydon, Lambeth, Southwark and Sutton.
Up to 150 people are expected to be issued with the tags during the trial which work by recording the levels of alcohol in their sweat.
The A3 northbound at Kingston Vale has one lane blocked before the lights at Robin Hood due to a broken down car and in Blackheath, the A2 at Shooters Hill Road, is slow Westbound from Stratheden Road towards Lewisham Road.
The A40 Westway is completely closed between the Northern Roundabout at White City and the A501 Marylebone Road following a collision overnight which is causing queues on the West Cross Route, Holland Park Avenue, and Wood Lane as drivers divert.
However, traffic can still get onto the Westbound A40 from the Paddington slip.
It's a beautiful start to the day across London with temperatures rising nicely.
It will be another warm afternoon although, the skies will be more cloudy later in the afternoon and this evening one or two places may see a shower. Highs of 25C (77F).
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