By Chris Howse: Digital Editor
Some of the best stories from the past week on itv.com/london. Got a story? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE DOCTOR WON'T SEE YOU NOW
This week, the shortage family doctors and the patients struggling to get an appointment.
A report by the London Assembly warns the number of GPs is failing to keep pace with the capital's growing population.
It also warns many doctors are leaving the profession early - placing big pressures on the system. It was the week's big talking point on Facebook.
Andrew Jarman says:
Luci Astall-Fuller adds:
Here's the picture so incredible it's been seen by millions around the world.
The extraordinary image of a weasel riding on the back of a woodpecker in a park in east London rapidly became the most clicked story of the year so far.
It was taken by amateur photographer Martin Le-May who couldn't quite believe his luck. Watch the report in full on our Facebook page.
THE FANS WITH LEAST FANS
Football clubs were ranked in order of reputation this week - with fans of Millwall and Chelsea voted the worst in London.
Chelsea's reputation took a knock recently after some supporters were accused of making racist chants. How did your club perform?
With the temperatures slowly but surely rising - the last thing you might expect to see in London is snow. So here's something no one was expecting.
It looked like snow, it felt like snow -- and it fell in central London on Tuesday lunchtime. But it was actually something you've probably never heard of before. It was graupel (soft hail).