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The restoration of the Painted Hall at Greenwich's Old Royal Naval College is getting a boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
It's giving a grant of £7million to complete the refurbishment of the Grade-I-listed 18th-century hall. Members of the public will be given access to see the restoration work underway.
It's another dull start, with patches of mist around which should clear relatively quickly.
For some there will be sunny spells this afternoon and temperatures will be above average for this time of year, reaching 13C.
Thousands of shoppers are expected to descend on Oxford Street today, as retailers heavily discount their wares on what's being dubbed 'Black Friday.'
The trend, which originated in America, aims to kickstart the Christmas shopping season. Retailers on Oxford Street are expecting sales totalling £150million over the weekend.
Police have responded to "multiple calls" over Black Friday sales in London.
Scotland Yard said officers were called to four supermarkets following reports that large crowds had gathered in a bid to grab a bargain on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
No injuries were reported at the three Tesco stores in Edmonton, Willesden and Surrey Quays or the Asda in Edgware, a spokeswoman told ITV News.
Police made no arrests at any of the four locations.
Police have been called to a Tesco store in north London following reported scuffles at a Black Friday event.
Reports on social media suggested that fights had broken out as shoppers at a Tesco's Glover Drive store in Edmonton attempted to buy coffee makers and televisions.
Guardian journalist Laurence Topham described it as "mayhem" inside, and police and ambulance cars were seen surrounding the entrance.
A Scotland Yard spokewoman told ITV News: "Police were called at 23.56pm to Tesco in Lea Valley, Edmonton due to large crowds gathering outside."
No arrests were made, she added.
At an Asda branch in north-west London, scuffles broke out as shoppers battled to get their hands on discounted televisions.