Abdul Quddus, 25, an imam at the Baitul Futuh mosque in Morden, visits colleges and universities to try combat messages of extremism.
A spokesperson for Network Rail has confirmed delays at the station tonight were caused, in part, by a person being hit by a train. The spokesman said:
British Transport Police have been called in to manage the growing crowds of angry commuters.
Police were called to London Bridge station this evening after thousands of travellers were left stranded when services ground to a halt during rush hour. Passengers facing delays were told there were signalling problems south of the station.
It didn't last long and it's safe to say no one was expecting it. But at lunchtime today, during bright sunshine, a sudden flurry of what appeared to be snow hit central London.
If you saw it, or were caught in it, it probably felt a lot like snow. But it was actually 'graupel', or soft hail, as ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy tweeted.
A house in Romford was destroyed today. Firefighters were called to Rodney Way in Romford, early this morning. The property was being refurbishment at the time.
A cyclist attempting to use the M1 motorway to get London didn't get very far. He was soon spotted by police after arriving at Luton, and quickly escorted off the road.