Streets in central London are jammed by a taxi drivers' protest.
Organised by the United Cabbies Group, the demonstration jammed Victoria Street in the centre of the capital as well as causing hold-ups in neighbouring roads.
The cabbies were protesting against the illegal activity of some minicabs and taxis in London.
The cabbies chose Victoria Street for their protest as the street's Windsor House is the headquarters of Transport for London. TfL said it had already taken action to address the cabbies' concerns, having launched an operation to clamp down on illegal minicab activity.
Security staff and cleaners on London's Docklands Light Railway are to stage a 48-hour strike in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union employed by facilities company Interserve will walk out from 5.30am tomorrow after voting by 4-1 in favour of action.
An amateur photographer in east London caught the moment a swan let her newborn babies ride on her back.
The moment was captured by Alison Braun just a day after the seven cygnets were born in Platford Green in Hornchurch, east London.