Some of London's top technology businesses will be opening up their doors to the public today.
The OpenCo festival returns for the second year and will offer a behind-the-scenes look at companies including Spotify, YouTube and Google.
Similar events have taken place all over the world and attracted thousands of visitors.
A landlord is today due to take Enfield Borough Council to court to fight against its new compulsory licensing scheme.
New rules are set to come in next April which will require landlords to get a £500, five-year licence for each property they own.
It aims to reduce anti-social behaviour associated with rental homes.
But landlord Constantinos Regas says the council has failed to prove housing in the borough is being badly managed.
London Fire Authority will today discuss plans to lock striking firefighters out of their stations for the remainder of their shifts.
The move has been put forward by Fire Commissioner Ron Dobson.
But Labour London Assembly Member Fiona Twycross has warned it could put lives at risk
Martin Stew has this morning's early weather update.
A police operation is in place for the Arsenal v Galatasary Champions League match tonight.
Officer said flares were lit and thrown onto the pitch during the match and seven arrests have been made. Two men were arrested before the game for attempting to enter the ground with flares, with five others were arrested for criminal damage, being wanted on warrant, public order offences and throwing a flare onto the pitch.
Flares were also thrown near to the Tollington pub in Hornsey Road, N7 before the game, but no arrests were made.
A gay couple trying to find a place to live in London say they were turned away from one property because they were not a 'regular couple'.
George Poole, an account manager from Kent, was looking to move to the capital with his boyfriend. But after enquiring about a house share, he received this surprising response.
George Poole is also a friend of 2012 Olympic Champion Greg Rutherford.
@djyems That's the point. People are free to live with who they want, but the text itself is disgraceful.
A few of you tweeting to say people can choose who they live with. Of *course* they can. It's the use of 'regular' that's offensive here.
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