London's mayor has secured a deal to allow Fulham Boys School to open its doors at the start of the new term in September.
Boris Johnson says he still wants to be blasted by water cannon to demonstrate the weapon poses no risk to the public.
It follows a London MP's decision to retire.
Boris Johnson has floated the idea of a dog ban, as well as a bike ban, on London's proposed Garden Bridge. The Mayor said: "The more difficult question frankly is going to be dogs"
The decision confirms a ban on cyclists: "it is not possible to integrate facilities for cycling in the design" @itvlondon
The proposed bridge designed by Thomas Heatherwick CBE to accommodate pedestrians and backed by actress Joanna Lumley, would provide a new route connecting the north and south of the capital. Thomas Heatherwick CBE is also known for his design of the London 2012 Olympic cauldron
Figures have been released on the proposed footbridge connecting Temple with the South Bank. Known as the 'Garden Bridge', Boris Johnson has ordered Transport for London to provide funding for the bridge of up to £30 million. The annual cost of maintaining the bridge is estimated to be £2.5 million.
City Hall reveals the annual cost of "gardening" London's new Garden Bridge will be £2.5m. @itvlondon
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Boris on Blair asked: how mad is he? "That's not for me to say" @itvlondon
London mayor Boris Johnson tries to row back his attack on Tony Blair's mental state, describing it as a "colourful metaphor." @itvlondon
Boris Johnson has launched a pointed personal attack on former prime minister Tony Blair over his claims that the current conflict in Iraq is not linked to the West's 2003 invasion.
In his Daily Telegraph column, Mr Johnson said Mr Blair had "finally gone mad" and his "unhinged" attempt to rewrite history is undermining arguments for Western intervention in Iraq.
"In discussing the disaster of modern Iraq he made assertions that are so jaw-droppingly and breathtakingly at variance with reality that he surely needs professional psychiatric help," the London Mayor added.
He said that by refusing to accept that the 2003 war was "a tragic mistake", "Blair is now undermining the very cause he advocates: the possibility of serious and effective intervention.
"Somebody needs to get on to Tony Blair and tell him to put a sock in it, or at least to accept the reality of the disaster he helped to engender. Then he might be worth hearing," Mr Johnson concluded.