An Australian man who was killed while fighting Islamic State militants in northern Syria has been named as Ashley Kent Johnston, believed to be the first Westerner killed in fighting. Advertisements
A major fire in south-east London has destroyed a storage warehouse, as well as damaging surrounding equipment.
At least three people have been found dead in London in just two days, leading to the launching of a large-scale murder investigation.
At least four people have been injured after the roof of a London Bus was ripped off when the number 91 vehicle collided with a tree in Kingsway, Holborn.
Charing Cross Station, in central London, has been closed following a fire in one of the carriages of a train. The cause of the fire is believed to have been an electrical fault and there are no suspicious circumstances.
An investigation is under way after a suspected gas explosion injured 14 people at a five-star hotel in London.
Railings from a balcony collapsed in west London, killing two men and injuring a further six people.
A woman is believed to have been beheaded in the back garden of a north London house on Thursday. A 25 year old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and is in custody.