Darren Fields - from Vizualeyez Photography - filmed vehicles travelling through the floods near his home.
Channel Five reporter Sally Lockwood says police in forensic suits are searching a house on Boston Road in west London, close to where missing Alice Gross vanished.
Police have confirmed they are no longer looking for the mountain bike of a convicted murder who's wanted in connection with the disappearance of Alice Gross from Hanwell.
A picture of Apple fans queuing outside the technology giant's Covent Garden store today waiting to buy the new iPhone 6 has sparked an unexpected online row.
The Independent's report is headlined "There is literally not a single woman in this iPhone 6 queue", but Rhiannon Williams, the Telegraph's technology reporter, says that claim is "untrue".
The story does acknowledge that there were some women in the queue, but it is certainly difficult - if not impossible - to see any in the picture above.
Meanwhile, a survey of 750 women and 1,250 men has claimed that women are more avid smartphone users than men, with 18% of women checking their devices at least once an hour, compared with 13% of men.
Tottenham have reported an anti-Semitic banner displayed by Partizan Belgrade fans to UEFA - European football's governing body.
The flag was an imitation of the logo from comedy show Only Fools and Horses, with some words modified to form an offensive slogan.
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino described the banner as "very disrespectful" and unacceptable.
England has won the right to host the final and semi-finals of Euro 2020.
Wembley Stadium will stage the climax of the European Championship, the first time a major football tournament has been held in England since Euro 96.
UEFA's executive committee awarded the final to Wembley ahead of Munich's Allianz Arena at a meeting in Geneva.
The first person to buy a new iPhone 6 in London said his first priority with the new phone would be taking a selfie.
Jameel Ahmed, 26, and his friend Sam Sheikh, 27, were the first two technology fans through the doors of the Apple store in Covent Garden to buy the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets.
Mr Ahmed said he was "really excited", adding: "I'd like to open it and take my selfie. It's a challenge with my friends that I'll have the iPhone first."
The iPhone 6, with a 4.7 inch screen, and the 6 Plus with 5.5 inch display, went on sale in nine countries and the UK today.
EE said that customers who pre-ordered handsets through Phones 4u, which went bust on Sunday, would still be able to get them in its stores if they had their receipts.