Boris Johnson is to charge spectators £10 to watch London's 'free' New Year's Eve fireworks display. The mayor says overcrowding at the event has become 'untenable'.
By Martin Stew: ITV Weather Presenter
It's the warmest first half of Sept since half month records began in 1960. Just 7% of the average rainfall and 80F tomorrow.
Simon Shaw That is greed. Pure & simple.
Paula Ann Meenan They will be in the sky, so if you live there will you be banned from looking out your window?
Paul Freedman So will they have barriers round all the area where the fireworks are to stop people that haven't paid from getting in? And if they haven't paid will they be banned from looking upwards?
Tears Carpenter Not sure how this will work. Any body with any sense will just look up at the sky and watch it without paying £10 or find a good place to watch it for free unless the fire works are not going up in the sky anymore?
Mark Foster I'm pretty sure you will be able to see them spectacularly from The South Bank and Hungerford bridge... for free.