Gatwick Airport is getting ready for its busiest day of the year. Around 77,000 holiday makers are expected to pass through the departure gates tomorrow with Spain and Portugal some of the most popular destinations.
This weekend will also see around 290,000 passengers depart the airport and around 508,000 passengers in total that week, making it Gatwick's busiest week of the year.
The promised Olympic "legacy" of increased participation had failed to materialise and fewer people were now active than before the London 2012 Games Shadow culture secretary Harriet Harman said.
"We were all proud to host the Olympics and Paralympic Games in London two years ago but instead of seeing increased participation things have got worse, especially amongst young people, as a result of the Government axing school sports partnerships.
"Labour wants to help everybody to do more sport and physical activity - from children to the elderly, girls as well as boys, and people from all backgrounds and regions.
Betting firm profits from horseracing are already subject to a levy which raised £82 million for the sport last year and the Premier League has in place a voluntary 5% levy on television revenues for the grassroots game.
But Labour is considering extending the betting levy to gambling - including online - on all sports and measures to pressure the country's richest football clubs into properly meeting their promise.
Huge increases in allegations of rape and sexual assault against children is stretching police resources in London.
There has been a rise of more than a third in reports in the last five years. The London Assembly has warned that the increase coupled with a lack of staff has left the Met under "serious strain."
From 2009-10 to 2013-14 the number of alleged child rapes and sexual assaults against children rose by 34%. In the last year alone allegations of these serious offenses rose by well over 10% according to figures released by the London Assembly.
Parents will face prosecution if they fail to stop their daughter becoming a victim of female genital mutilation under new legislation to be unveiled by the Government at a summit in London.
A £1.4 million FGM Prevention Programme for survivors and those at risk of the practice are among a raft of plans to be announced by Prime Minister David Cameron at the Girl Summit, which is being co-hosted by the Government and Unicef.
Police have been warned over the use of Tasers. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said they should not be used as a first response. Figures show Tasers were used more than 2,000 times in London last year.
The IPCC urged forces across the UK not to use Tasers as a default if other options are available.
Diversity in the Metropolitan Police is being examined today with a focus on policewomen on the front-line. The Police and Crime Committee is aiming to see if the Met is achieving the Mayor's goal of a force that 'reflects the city it serves.'
Despite crime falling in the capital last year new figures show that more cautions were handed out. More than 30,000 criminals were given cautions for offences including robbery, drug trafficking and arsonists.
1,356 were cautioned for wounding/GBH
301 were for drug trafficking
246 cautions handed out for burglary
107 were for robbery
23 cautions were handed out for arson
The figures were released as part of a Freedom of Information request obtained by GLA Conservative MP Tony Arbour.
Members of the RMT Union will begin voting for a new General Secretary today. The new boss of the National Union of Rail Maritime and Transport Workers will replace Bob Crow who died of a heart attack in March after 12 years in the job.
The ballot will remain open for the next two months.
The Blues have signed defender, Filipe Luis from Athletico Madrid as reported by ITV Sport. The 28-year-old Brazilian has just agreed the terms of his three-year deal and will wear the number five shirt.