NHS England has announced funding for 20,000 extra staff to help take pressure off doctors.
Children have written to the Prime Minister for more school breakfasts.
Election campaigning is in full swing with Boris Johnson pledging to cut taxes for every worker and one in ten fast food restaurants are a health hazard.
Rail workers plan to strike for a month at Christmas and an M&S store in Hampstead has been hit by the highest amount of thefts.
Merton Council has ditched plans to have a bonfire at their Guy Fawkes night and a study suggests happiness comes from living your childhood dream.
Seven MPs have quit the Labour party to form a new independent group and should prison sentences of less than six months be scrapped?
Three Conservative MPs have joined eight Labour defectors in the new independent group and are there too many "beautiful people" on television?
Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected by 230 votes and a Gillette advert which references the #MeToo movement has split opinion online. Show more
Over two hundred MPs have written to Theresa May asking her to rule out a no-deal Brexit.
China’s leading artificial intelligence expert has warned technology will take over half of jobs in the next 15 years.
Discussing the protests on College Green and homeless charity Shelter has called for the government to spend 214 billion pounds in creating three million new homes.
The latest on a 14-year-old boy who was stabbed in Waltham Forest last night and President Trump addresses nation on border "crisis".
The Met are trialling out facial recognition in locations in Westminster today and tomorrow and it's been revealed that some tube drivers are on £100k a year.
Discussing a no-deal Brexit and new research has found that eight million people are being left behind as we move ever closer to a cashless society.
At least 118 rough sleepers died in London in the past year and who are your political role models?
Would you welcome a change in the Congestion Charge for private hire vehicles?
Do you support the ban on junk food advertising across London's public transport network?
The early breakfast show with everything you need to know to start your day.
Fried chicken boxes carrying warnings about knife crime have been sent to takeaways, as part of the governments efforts to tackle rising violence.
Emma Cantrell the founder of the charity First Days speaks about the cost of uniforms.