An auction of 1,750 personalised number plates takes place in London today.
An investigation has been launched into how unpaid workers bussed into London for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations were left stranded.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams spoke of the Queen's lifelong dedication to her people, her country and the commonwealth.
We asked you to send us your pictures of the Queen as she toured Hertfordshire.
Lessons learned from the Queens Diamond Jubilee will be discussed at the London Assembly Transport Comitee today. During the jubilee passengers experienced problems on the Tube, Overground and National Rail services.
The Duke of Edinburgh will miss a garden party at Sandringham tomorrow, as he continues to recover from a bladder infection. Buckingham Palace have confirmed the prince will also miss the Queen's trip to the East Midlands on Wednesday.
The auction starts today for new DVLA licence plates with Olympic and Jubilee themes.
The Driver Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is holding a three day auction of 1,750 London 2012 themed personalised registration number plates, including 'GO11 DEN', 'GB12 ROW' and 'RUN 100M'.
TfL services carried up to a third more customers, during the Diamond Jubilee, with central London Tube journeys up by 50 per cent on Sunday.
Traffic in London was down by around 40 per cent as people acted on travel advice to avoid disruption, like bridge closures, caused by the celebrations.
London's Transport Commissioner, Peter Hendy CBE, said:
"The weekend's Diamond Jubilee celebrations were a fantastic occasion and a great moment for London. I want to thank Londoners and visitors for acting on our travel advice so that we could support the millions of journeys people made."
Four days of festivities for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee culminated this afternoon at Buckingham Palace. As she went onto the balcony, she was greeted by the sight of more than a million well wishers lining the full length The Mall.
London Tonight's Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports on the celebrations to honour the Queen and her 60 years of service:
Shadow Foreign Minister Kerry McCarthy has tweeted that a group of long-term unemployed jobseekers were forced to bring their own tents to the capital and left to "sleep" under London Bridge.
Just been on phone to one of the jubilee stewards. They had to bring their own tents and sleeping bags, but too cold and wet to sleep.
Arrived in London 3am, left by roadside, eventually taken to London Bridge to 'sleep' but had to start work 5am/5.30am.
Were told by Close Protection they'd get £450 for their work, then Tomorrow's People said it was 'work experience', unpaid.