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The Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has said they don't want to sell Gareth Bale despite the club failing to qualify for the Champions League. It had been predicted that Bale would move to a bigger club who are in the competition, but Villas-Boas denied Spurs were planning to sell him.
– Andre Villas-Boas, Tottenham Manager
"No, I don't think so. This has been an ongoing question. We have to keep our ambitions high, hold on to our best players. For us to make it better in the future we have to hold on to the best."
Arsenal have qualified for next season's Champions League after a 1-0 win at Newcastle. Laurent Koscielny scored the only goal.
They finished a point ahead of Tottenham who beat Sunderland 1-0. Spurs qualify for the Europa League.
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has come under fire from Conservative politicians over a leak of information to newspapers about the so-called 'Plebgate' scandal, which caused Cabinet Minister Andrew Mitchell to resign.
Some Tories have suggested he was the source of the leak and have called on him to resign.
Glen Goodman has the details:
Arsenal has qualified for the Champions League after winning 1-0 against Newcastle United at St James's Park.
The parents of five year-old Chloe Johnson have spoken to ITV London about the tragedy.
Chloe was found dead after going to play in a pool at the resort in Sharm-El-Sheikh.
Her parents say they were not given any professional help and were left for hours before an ambulance came to take her body away.
London's Metropolitan Police clarified it has not arrested anyone associated with a Pakistan political party following Imran Khan's comments that he held the British Government responsible for the killing of a senior politician:
We would like to clarify that the MPS has not arrested any individual associated with a Pakistan political party. 1 of 2.From @metpoliceuk on Twitter:
We continue to investigate complaints about alleged comments from an individual associated with Muttahida Qaumi Movement. 2 of 2.From @metpoliceuk on Twitter:
Mr Khan, who leads the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, has blamed the death on the Muttahida Quami Movement's leader Altaf Hussain, who lives in the UK .
Brentford have lost the League One play-off final at Wembley to Yeovil by two goals to one.
ITV News London understands that Andrew Mitchell is horrified by the behaviour of Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe regarding the 'Plebgate' scandal.
James Bond has smashed up a few Aston Martins in his time, but vintage car owners gathered in London today to celebrate how the spy came to the legendary British brand's rescue.
Meeting against the stunning backdrop of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, south east London, the Aston Martin Owners Club marked the 50th anniversary of the DB5.
The model was famously driven by Sir Sean Connery in Goldfinger, the third Bond movie released in 1964, forever linking Aston Martin to the world's most famous secret agent.
Around 20 versions of the DB5 were on display at the meet today, including the classic silver model used in blockbuster Skyfall, the latest Bond instalment.
Judges kitted out in white overalls inspected around 50 Aston Martins on display today, including a pristine model of the DB2, made in 1953 and considered one of the world's first hatchbacks.
This year also marks the centenary of Aston Martin and to celebrate it, all the Bond cars will be put on display in Kensington Palace on July 21.