The Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said funding cuts mean difficult decisions lie ahead for police and society as they hit the Met's ability to tackle the array of crimes.
Sir Bernard also said that police arrest an average of one person a day for terrorist offences and that the number arrested had risen by a third compared to last year.
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner has said that officers are just "skimming the surface" despite efforts to protect children online.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said that while the force had employed more officers in the area, policing the internet remained a "massive challenge". The commissioner said the Met had a squad of 300 officers dedicated to internet security which is likely to grow by 200 in the next year, but added "even then I think we're skimming the surface a bit"
David Cameron and George Osborne have also revealed they are considering plans to unlock capacity for building 400,000 homes on brownfield land.
Eight fire engines are battling a blaze in Hapton Lancashire with the fire service expecting to dousing flames of a recycling plant through the night.
There has been a massice turn out in Greece for the No campaign, ITN cameraman Sean Swan reports.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne have hinted the terms of an inheritance tax shake-up expected in next week's budget.
Greek Finance Minister has responded to a report in the Financial Times that Greece was making contingency plans for the possible bail-in of deposits saying it was a "malicious rumour".
Yanis Varoufakis made the comment on his Twitter account. The report in the FT said the contingency plans could include a 30 percent bail-in on deposits above 8,000 euros.