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Chloe Johnson, from Forest Hill in south east London, died in a waterpark at the Coral Sea Waterworld Hotel in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on Friday.
Her family say they are angry and hurt that more was not done to save her.
As we move into a new week, the weather still remains disappointing for the time of year.
We appear to be sandwiched between two pressure systems. Low pressure to the east and high pressure to the west.
With a northerly air flow, it seems we are going to be influenced by both systems at times.
It's a week where you may wish to keep an umbrella to hand.
There will be rain at times, some showers, but also some dry and bright spells too.
Whilst there is still room for change (and in particular some uncertainty as to how much rain or not we will see across the London area on Tuesday), this is our current thinking:
Rest of today
After a dry evening, it will turn increasingly cloudy and damp overnight, with some rain or drizzle.
A misty and murky night with some fog forming in places.
It's worth bearing in mind the fog might have an impact on travel conditions tomorrow morning.
Rain will clear through the day tomorrow, to leave a drier and brighter afternoon.
Tuesday will be generally cloudy with a risk of rain.
Wednesday is likely to start dry and bright but with cloud building. Cloud thick enough to produce some spots of rain.
Thursday will turn rather breezy.
Police are appealing for information to help identify suspects following a robbery in Barnet. Police were called on Friday morning to the Britannia Building Society on Station Road in Edgware after three men burst in and stole a quantity of cash.
Two of the suspects jumped over the counter before one of them pinned a member of staff against the wall. The second man grabbed the money while the third suspect stood by the front door.The men then fled in the direction of Rectory Lane.
Suspect 1 is described as black, approximately 17 years old, 5' 6" tall, of proportional build with broad shoulders and with close cut short black hair. He was wearing a navy coloured baseball cap, black sweatshirt, black tracksuit bottoms and black fabric gloves.
Suspect 2 is described as black, aged 17-20 years, 5' 6" tall and of proportional build. He was wearing a black hooded top and black tracksuit bottoms. It is believed the hood was up, and he was wearing some sort of face covering, either a ski mask, or scarf over his face.
Suspect 3 is described as black and was wearing black clothing.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Flying Squad at Finchley on 020 8358 1752 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
– Metropolitan Police statement
The Commissioner has been repeatedly questioned about Operation Alice (the police investigation into the 'Plebgate' affair) by members of the Home Affairs Committee and by journalists, including in the meetings with a variety of publications on the 25th and 26th March which are documented in our media contact register. He has always sought to allow the MPS to be held to account by providing accurate information whilst protecting the integrity of the investigation.
The Sunday Times is reporting that Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is under growing pressure to resign over the leaking of details of the police inquiry into the Andrew Mitchell 'Plebgate' affair.
A freedom of information (FoI) request has reportedly revealed that Hogan-Howe had a private meeting with journalists just before they wrote articles claiming officers had found no evidence to support the former cabinet minister’s version of events.
The newspaper says the reply from Hogan-Howe’s office to the FoI request suggested that the meeting did take place but failed to disclose details of what was said.
Mitchell’s friends are now calling for Hogan-Howe to explain what was said at the meeting and provide details of his diary, tape recordings and notes.
The lack of detail has led to allegations of a cover up and calls from senior Conservatives for the commissioner to resign.
Police have now arrested 28 suspected heroin and cocaine dealers who operate in Soho as part of a major sustained crackdown on street crime in the area.
Last week Officers made a series of arrests during raids on dealers' home addresses in dawn swoops.
Now a further three people have been arrested for breaching the terms of their ASBOs and one arrest was made in relation to an assault in Soho.
Over a thousand superheroes head to Regent's Park today for an annual charity run. The heroes will run, walk or jog 5km or 10km around the North London park to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.
Brentford meet Yeovil at Wembley later today in the League One Play-off Final. A win for the Bees would mean a promotion to the Championship. The extension to Jake Bidwell's loan stay from Everton means he'll play in today's final match.