Detectives have released CCTV images of a man wanted in connection with the murder of a pensioner in Hertfordshire.
After less than a week as Britain's first youth crime commissioner, Paris Brown has stepped down from her role over Twitter posts.
The Met Police has launched a campaign to warn people about a scam involving couriers coming to their door.
Liberal Democrat and former Deputy Assistant Police Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police is introduced to the House of Lords today.
He'll take the title Baron Paddick of Brixton for the Borough of Lambeth.
Lord Paddick was a police officer for 30 years until he left the force in May 2007.
He later stood as the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Mayor or London in 2008 and 2012.
Londoners are being urged to take extra care after warnings the worst storms in 5 years are expected to hit the capital this weekend.
London Fire Brigade and the Metropolitan Police have issued some tips to stay safe as winds of up to 80 miles per hour and heavy rain approach the city.
– Assistant Commissioner Steve Hamm, London Fire Brigade.
Strong winds can pick up loose objects, so make sure anything that could be blown over like garden furniture is safely put away. Take care when out and about, as flying debris can be dangerous and cause serious injuries."
Other advice includes:
Clear window sills, balconies and gardens of anything that can be blown away.
If there's a power cut, be very careful if using candles.
The Metropolitan Police say they're expecting a higher volume of calls over the next few days.
They're asking on the public to dial 999 only when it's an emergency and 101 for non-emergencies.
Police are appealing for information on a collision in June which left a pedestrian in a critical condition.
At around 11:45pm on 16 June, a car was in collision with a woman on West Hendon Broadway.
The 43-year-old woman had got off a northbound Number 32 bus moments before the collision.
Officer have released a CCTV image of a woman they wish to speak to who may have witnessed the collision. She was travelling on the same bus and left at the same stop. She woman was sat near to the woman who was in collision with the car..
The car involved - a white Nissan Skyline - did not stop at the scene. A man in his 20s later attended a police station and was arrested for dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of a collision. He has been bailed to September pending further enquiries.
– Surrey Police
A full investigation into the incident, including what caused the men to collapse, has been launched.
The matter has also been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after collapsing at a police station following his arrest for drug offences. The 34-year-old was taken ill after being taken to Guildford police station in Surrey on suspicion of possession of cannabis and class A drugs with intent to supply.
He was arrested after officers searched an address in Boxgrove Park.
A second 40-year-old man, who was also arrested, was taken to hospital after collapsing at the scene while officers were searching the premises.
He was treated by an ambulance crew before being taken to hospital and is in custody at Staines police station after being discharged.
It is believed both men had taken an unknown substance, and a quantity of white powder was seized at the address, which is being analysed.
Five men have been charged with robbery and possession of a firearm following their arrests by Flying Squad officers on 8 August.
Michael Carbon, 26, David Sadiku, 41, Paulius Strasunskas, 27, Francis Carbon, 31 and Aamir Kayani, 31,will appear in custody at Thames Magistrates' Court on Saturday, August 10.
Adverts and leaflets are being distributed in East and West London to encourage illegal immigrants to leave voluntarily under a new government campaign. Immigration officers are targeting specific groups. The ads warn people here illegally risk arrest and deportation.
Every day, police officers across the capital put themselves in danger.
And in memory of those who've been killed in the line of duty, this morning a group from the Metropolitan Police joined a charity cycle ride starting at the Police Memorial, on the Mall.
Clare Fernyhough reports.
Two widows are part of a team cycling from the National Police Memorial on The Mall to the National Arboretum in Lichfield.
Jo Hill and Nikki Dent are raising money to go towards the building of a memorial wall at the Arboretum to honour all officers killed in the line of duty.
Jo's husband, PC Nicholas Hill, died in May 2002 at the age of 27, after a motorcycle accident while reporting for duty.
Nikki's husband, PC Christopher Dent, died in April 2009 at the age of 36, after a car and his motorcycle crashed.
The riders hope to arrive in Lichfield on Sunday.
Hertfordshire Constabulary has charged 55 year old Ian McLoughlin with the murder of Graham Buck in Little Gaddesdenon Saturday, July 13. Mr. Buck had been stabbed to death aftergoing to assist a neighbour who was being robbed.
Ian McLoughlin, who is also charged with robbery and possession of cannabis will appear before Hatfield Remand Court tomorrow.
He was arrested in Tottenham in the early hours of yesterday morning by the Metropolitan Police. The arrest was made following investigations by detectives from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit.
Three further people were also arrested yesterday. Two of those have been charged with assisting an offender.