It's believed Xpand Christianity are behind the leaflets which is now being treated as a hate crime.
The London Mayor's office has told event organisers that it must take place at 9.30 in the morning if given the greenlight.
Investigators found what they believe to be a "large-scale" operation in a warehouse describing itself as a gearbox repair business.
The Streatham MP was speaking at a Demos panel proposing how they can solve violent crime.
Officers carried out a series of raids in Portsmouth and Havant on Tuesday as part of the inquiry.
The director has left his role "due to creative differences", the production team has announced.
Anyone buying or adopting a pet less than six months old will have to deal directly with the breeder or a rescue centre under the proposed ban.
The Brexit minister said he was confident of reaching an agreement, but sought to reassure those living in Britain.
Michael Cohen, the former lawyer, paid so-called hush money to Stormy Daniels, while former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is convicted of fraud.
Austin Ross, 23, stuck racist posters on buildings around his home town, as well as torching a school and a masonic lodge.
The former Merseyside and West Yorkshire chief constable had been charged with four counts of misconduct in a public office, all relating to alleged lies he told about his role in the aftermath of the 1989 tragedy.
Joe Xuereb, 27, will appear in court in connection with a serious assault on Ania Gos, 30, and her mother, 64, in Adderley Gardens.
The beleaguered department store group collapsed into administration, before being snapped up by Mike Ashley's Sports Direct.
The Foreign Secretary will make his first trip to Washington where he's expected to give a speech on Tuesday.
Staff have resorted to manually writing out crucial information such as gate numbers for each departure from the UK's second busiest airport.
Francis demanded accountability in response to new revelations in the United States of decades of misconduct by the Catholic Church.
The TV chef has backed Dawn Butler's accusation that Jamie Oliver's rice is cultural appropriation.
The MP for Totnes has also compared Brexit to having surgery.
It means the country can now borrow again on international markets, having been effectively locked out by high interest rates for eight years.
The woman, who had been on a Norwegian Star cruise ship, ended up in the Adriatic Sea shortly before midnight on Saturday.
The Ministry of Justice has now assumed control of the establishment from G4S for at least six months.
British gran Freda Jackson complained about there being 'too many Spanish people' on her holiday to Benidorm - and she isn't the only one who thinks so