- Sadiq Khan has announced that the night tube will launch on the Piccadilly line on 16 December.
- St George's Hospital Trust, which covers St George's and Queen Mary's hospitals, has been put into special measures.
- One person was killed and three were injured in stabbings in Croydon last night.
- An expert has said that West Ham's London Stadium is not fit for purpose and should be knocked down and rebuilt.
- A complaint about noise at Heathrow Airport is made on average every five minutes.
- The cyclist killed in an accident in Knightsbridge yesterday has been identified as an Italian prince.
- A man was left for dead in a knife attack in Tulse Hill early Monday morning.
- The Metropolitan Police has officially moved out of New Scotland Yard after 49 years.
- A house in Kensal Rise has been destroyed by a fire which started at a Halloween party.
- Children launched fireworks at younger schoolchildren on their way home from school in Croydon yesterday afternoon.
- A splashback substance is being used to coat walls in Brixton, to prevent people from urinating against them.
- The London airports that never were.
- In a weird coincidence, developers who illegally demolished the Carlton Inn in Melbourne, Australia are being forced to rebuild it in the same way as those who demolished London's Carlton Tavern.
- Fancy having your poem performed at the opening of the Curtain Theatre in Shoreditch? Here's how.
London News Roundup: Piccadilly Line Night Tube Announced
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Last Updated 01 November 2016