Plenty to get through tonight and it's all pretty serious stuff.
We start with the backlash against the Met following an Independent Police Complaints Comission report into their handling of the Warboys case. Black cab driver, John Worboys, was convicted of one rape and 11 sex assaults in March last year and jailed indefinitely. But the IPCC report has highlighted a catalogue of errors that could have prevented the attacks on dozens of women, one of whom says her initial complaint was met with derision by officers who laughed at her. 'Lessons have been learned', say the Met and five officers have been received written warnings and 'advice', which hardly seems punishment enough. The most worrying aspect though, is the 'mind-set' within the Met talked about in the report. Another investigation into how the unidentified 21 year old woman's complaint was handled has now been ordered and there are plenty of questions for us to ask Commander Simon Foy, who's head of the Met's homicide and serious crime investigations unit, when he joins us live later.
Next, the mother who killed her brain-damaged son by injecting him with heroin has been found guilty of murder and sentened to a minimum of nine years in prison. Tom Inglis suffered severe head injuries when he fell out of a moving ambulance and his mother Francis, told the jury she had "no choice" other than to end his suffering.
We'll have more on the murder of teenager Asha Muneer, whose body was discovered by a riverside footpath in Reading on Monday night. Tributes have been paid to the teenager who was stabbed to death as she walked home. A 19-year-old man is being questioned on suspicion of murder. And we'll have more on how the tragedy in Haiti is still affecting people from London.
Finally tonight, a spot of light relief as we examine the connection between the best athletes in the world and a group of quilt-making ladies from Hertfordshire??? All will be revealed, not least to me?
See you at six. Matt and Katie.
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