Boris Johnson has said that corporate giants should be made to pay more tax and charities are being given "one last chance" to change the way they fundraise.
Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw has told inspectors in England they can fail schools for allowing face veils and it's 90 years since the first television broadcast.
There are 100 days to go until the London mayoral election and broadcaster Chris Packham suggests that Britain should allow dogs in more restaurants and shops.
Talking about childhood toys and drink-driving.
Talking about diets, TV themes and burglary.
David Cameron will face MPs later following his announcement on the EU referendum and a man from Muswell Hill has changed his name by deed poll to Bacon Double Cheeseburger.
Talking about automatic refunds, book shops and the latest on the Savile inquiry.
A children's football league has warned that levels of violence are getting serious and today is Dennis Waterman's birthday.
A report shows councils have slashed spending on CCTV meaning fewer cameras are being operated and a study on quality of life has ranked London 40th city in the world.
Private education and have you ever won a competition?
Social housing tenants earning more than £40,000 could be forced to pay market rent and today is the 38th anniversary since children's TV series Grange Hill started.
How often do you experience rail delays?
Some of today's newspapers question if we need a policeman as a commissioner and today is Shrove Tuesday.
New contracts for junior doctors in England and one in five married couples met their partner at work.
Discussing the junior doctors strike and Jimi Hendrix's restored London flat.
Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith will boycott the Oscars due to a lack of black nominees and a BBC investigation reveals a tattoo parlour will ink customers as young as 11.
John McDonnell claims passports could become "irrelevant" as countries become borderless and broadcaster Terry Wogan has died at the age of 77.
Latest figures suggest the ban on taking holidays during term-time isn't working and the brand Findus is to cease in the spring.
Talking about food waste and refugees.
Today David Cameron will ask MPs to back a draft settlement on Britain's EU membership and a new 25p food store has opened up in Park Royal.