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An exhibition showingworld's worst humanitarian disasters opens at St Martin in the Fields today tomark World Refugee Day.
The show highlights the plight of families caught up in conflicts such as the war in Syria and refugees who had to flee natural disasters such as the flooding in Pakistan.
The Metropolitan Police Service is facing questions about how it recruits new officers, as it seeks to employ an extra five thousand recruits by 2015.
A scrutiny committee lead by the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Stephen Greenhalgh will investigate how the force can increase its diversity.
Stansted Airport is to redevelop its main terminal after its new owners decided to invest millions of pounds to improve the facilities.
The Manchester Airports Group will spend £40 million to expand the departure lounge and improve the security area. A further £40 million is expected from the private sector.
The Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin welcomed the news saying "just three months into its ownership of the airport MAG has shown it is prepared to invest in the infrastructure to improve passenger services and provide new facilities".
"That's not just good news for travellers, it's also good news for the country" he added.
A new exhibition featuring portraits of refugees who were forced to flee their homes is to open in St Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square.
"On Solid Ground" was commissioned by the International Rescue Committee.
A 59-year-old man is being treated in hospital after he was stabbed in Mersey Place in Luton.
It happened just after 3 o'clock this afternoon. The man was able to walk to a nearby Doctors surgery where he was then taken to hospital.
The road was closed for several hours while police carried out investigations. It has now re-opened and a man has been arrested and is being questioned by Police.
The London Fire Brigade was called to Waterloo Station this evening, to carry out safety checks on the concourse floor.
They left without needing to take any action.
A spokesman for Network Rail said that a section of the floor was slightly raised - by a couple of inches - and that an area been cordoned off between platforms 15 and 18, while engineers examined it.
Services from the station are not being disrupted.
Jeremiah Adebolajo - the brother of Woolwich suspect Michael - has told ITV News to stop radicalisation, all media outlets would need to be shut down. He also says he believes radicalisation is caused by foreign policy:
Jeremiah Adebolajo - the brother of Woolwich suspect Michael Adebolajo - has said the approaches he has received from MI5 have impacted on his family life:
Jeremiah Adebolajo - the brother of Woolwich suspect Michael - claims he has received "worrying" approaches from MI5 for the past two years while living in Saudi Arabia: