Sharm el-Sheikh is a popular holiday destination but for one London family their trip was cut short by tragedy this week. Chloe Johnson, from Forest Hill, died on Friday in a water park at the Coral Sea Waterworld Hotel in the Red Sea resort - she was five-years-old. Asher friends and relatives try to process what has happened questions are also being raised about safety standards at the hotel. Ronke Phillips is meeting with Chloe's parents, who returned to the UK last night. That interview is our main story tonight.
A fresh row brewing over 'Plebgate' - this time Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan Howe is under fire from a group of Tory MPs over a leak of information to newspapers about the scandal which led to Cabinet Minister Andrew Mitchell's resignation.
It's now been revealed Sir Bernard was questioned by journalists about the scandal at the time. Some Tories have now said he should resign if he was the source of the leak. Glen Goodman will have the latest on the story.
Also, a Blue heritage plaque is unveiled in Peckham Rye at the former home of an early pioneer of jazz music in the UK after the first world war. Bajan born Frank Bates was a singer with the Southern Syncopated Orchestra - arguably the world's number one jazz transition ensemble. But he died tragically, along with nine other members of the orchestra, when the steamship they were travelling on from Glasgow to Dublin disappeared into the sea.
And it's the last day of the Premier League season - a big day for the two London sides hoping for a Champions League qualification place. Guaranteed for Arsenal with a win against Newcastle - but Spurs, who play Sunderland, will need Arsenal to lose and a win of their own if they are to qualify. Nail-biting stuff.
Also in action Fulham who travel to Swansea, Chelsea host Everton, QPR take on Liverpool and West Ham play Reading.
Those results and the rest of the Capital's news from 6:45.
Hopefully see you then.