An 85-year-old driver who killed a mother in West Hampstead after confusing the brake with the accelerator has been jailed for 18 months.
Travel Advice: Avoid Olympic Hotpots
We are being asked to avoid driving into Olympic hotspots as thousands of athletes, officials and media begin to arrive in London this week.
Transport for London is setting out it's travel advice and says roads are going to be extra busy, so avoid driving into central London, around the Olympic Route Network or near Games venues.
Meanwhile the first of the Games Lanes come into force on Monday 16th July.
The M4 lane will only be open to member of the "Olympic family", which includes athletes and dignatories as well as on-call emergency service vehicles.
It's to help VIPs avoid traffic between Heathrow to central London.
Senior workers in the City are expected to get bigger bonuses this year - despite pressure to scale them back.
London is going to get three new specialist centres to help map the genetic codes of thousands of people.
South-east England dominates a list of top locations to live in the UK with two areas of London ranking in highly.
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