A man who died after being assaulted outside a pub in Putney has been named.
Stephen Andrews, who was 46, was injured in a fight near the Duke's Head pub in Lower Richmond Road in the early hours of Sunday 9 December 2012.
He was taken to St George's Hospital with serious head injuries but later died.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after attending Exeter police station this afternoon and remains in custody at this stage.
Police are appealing for anyone with any information to contact them.
Police have launched a murder investigation, after a man assaulted in Putney in the early hours of Sunday morning died in hospital.
The 46-year-old had suffered serious head injuries in a fight outside the Duke's Head pub in Lower Richmond Road.
A carpet cleaner was found dead slumped over a chaise longue after he was electrocuted while working in a badly-wired house, an inquest has heard.
Diyan Hristov, 22, was working in an upstairs bedroom at a Victorian terraced home in Putney, southwest London when he was killed by a 230 volt shock.
The Bulgarian was discovered near his carpet cleaning machine and a pedal fan, which were both still running. Westminster Coroners Court heard that the appliances were not faulty but poor wiring could have led to the exposed metal on either device becoming live.
Homeowner Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry said he was stunned when subsequent tests identified serious problems with the wiring in the house. "The wiring was deemed unsatisfactory and a partial rewiring was recommended", he said.
Two schools in London are losing their playing fields, after the Education Secretary ignored his independent advisors to push through the closures.
After the Olympics, there is the argument that these playing fields are more important than ever to get children involved in sport.
The Mayor of London says it is vital to protect these areas, but could more than two in the capital be a risk in the future?
Nick Thatcher's report contains flash photography.
Jess Harper from Putney is celebrating a fantastic set of A-level results, that she hopes could set her on the path to Paralympic glory at Rio 2016.
With straight As in English, French, Spanish and history, the 18-year-old has secured her place at Brown University in the USA, where she will compete in disability swimming events.
She said: "They've got a great swimming programme over there and the coaches are really brilliant.
"I'm hoping that will give me the boost I need to make it for 2016."
The Putney High School pupil, whose lower left arm failed to develop before she was born, is ranked number 19 in the world in the 100 metre butterfly event.
Molly Solomons from UK Uncut gives the reasons why the group decided to stage a street party outside the Deputy Prime Minister's home.
Around 100 people from the UK Uncut group are holding a peaceful protest outside Nick Clegg's house in South-West London. They are calling for the government to reconsider its spending plans.
UK Uncut has revealed that the secret target of their London protest is the street where Nick Clegg lives in Putney. Six disabled activists have chained their wheelchairs together at each end of the the road in Putney, directly outside the Deputy Prime Minister’s million pound home.