A man, woman and baby are rescued after an explosion in London, but one person is unaccounted for. Source: BBC News London
Marcus Smith scores a try and kicks three goals but Harlequins lose to Grenoble in the European Challenge Cup. Source: BBC News London
Saracens made it two wins from two in their hunt for a third Champions Cup title, seeing off Lyon at Allianz Park. Source: BBC News...
Reading ease the pressure on manager Paul Clement with a win against fellow Championship strugglers Millwall. Source: BBC News London
Protesters calling for a referendum on the final deal have attended a mass rally in central London. Source: BBC News London
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is involved in a furious tunnel bust-up after Ross Barkley's late equaliser rescues Chelsea's unbeaten league start. Source: BBC News...
Thousands from all over the UK take to the streets of central London to demand a say on the Brexit deal. Source: BBC News London
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Cardiff City and Fulham. Source: BBC News London
Michael Swan and Gary Beech are charged with the murder of Ian Tomlin in Battersea. Source: BBC News London
The Met said the 18-year-old's condition is not believed to be life-threatening or life-changing. Source: BBC News London
Arsenal are "confident" that their "self-sustaining business model" will finance major success, the club's new managing director says. Source: BBC News London
Two men are held on suspicion of killing Ian Tomlin who was beaten to death outside his London home. Source: BBC News London
Corey Junior Davis told authorities he feared for his safety before he was gunned down in a playground. Source: BBC News London
The Wikileaks co-founder has been living in the country's UK embassy in London since 2012. Source: BBC News London
The "abhorrent" rape and death threats sent to Karen Carney have been reported to police, says the England midfielder. Source: BBC News London
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho "has to be respected" because he has "won everywhere", says Chelsea counterpart Maurizio Sarri. Source: BBC News London