- Police seek woman who tried to abduct 10 year-old girl on a London bus.
- Thousands of Londoners brace themselves for the impact of the government lowering the benefit cap.
- The arch outside Peckham Library is being demolished, to make way for flats.
- Jeremy Corbyn has the audacity to live in London.
- First lot of artworks owned by David Bowie sell for a cosmic £24.3m.
- Old District line carriage becomes a school library.
- Nutella nuts expected to flock to Harvey Nics in their droves.
- There's a huge new reflecting artwork installation in King's Cross.
- A little unfair perhaps.
- At Oval station.
- And finally, a few images from Londonist's Matt Brown, from Remembrance Day in Trafalgar Square today:
London News Roundup: Peckham's Public Arch To Be Demolished For Flats
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Last Updated 11 November 2016