A live broadcast of BBC Radio 4's Any Questions? from St John's Waterloo marked the start of this year's Waterloo Festival.
"Cheeky, charming, comical and wise way beyond his 20 years" is how the family of Tommy Blackmore, fatally wounded in Queen Elizabeth Street on Saturday morning, have described him.
Art collective Liberate Tate - which campaigns against arts sponsorship by oil companies - held an unsanctioned performance in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall on Saturday and Sunday.
Detectives investigating a murder are continuing to appeal for witnesses to an argument in Tower Bridge Road in the early hours of Saturday morning to come forward.
A Malaysian Anglican archbishop has used his visit to Southwark to comment on the controversy over the group of western tourists who stripped off for photographs on Mount Kinabalu.
Sunday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-06-14
damian_obr Neckinger fire. It looks like not suspicious. Maybe a cigarette started it. Thanks so much to LFB and London air ambulance.
Just published - Tommy Blackmore: Queen Elizabeth Street murder victim named goo.gl/fb/EsWNhV
James Bond filming on the Thames tonight. Lambeth Bridge shut overnight. Activity on Vauxhall and Westminster bridges too.
New estate agent in Great Suffolk Street - with a branch in Marbella too. pic.twitter.com/A7FzwBMgPL
Lambeth Bridge closed overnight from 8pm for more James Bond filming
Just published - Anti-oil sponsorship campaigners take over Tate Modern's turbine hall for 25-hour performance goo.gl/fb/25zAQf
Just published - Two more arrests over Queen Elizabeth Street murder; police renew witness appeal goo.gl/fb/sOLqOS
Brits wouldn't like it if tourists stripped outside Buckingham Palace, Malaysian archbishop tells SE1 congregation london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8321
Just published - Malaysian archbishop comments on Mount Kinabalu nudity row during Southwark visit goo.gl/fb/8dibIW
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