Nicole Kidman was among the stars to brave the pouring rain at the premiere of Paddington the movie today.
The actress was joined by her husband Keith Urban and actors Hugh Bonneville, Ben Whishaw, Julie Walters and Jim Broadbent on the red carpet, in London's Leicester Square. She portrays a villainous taxidermist in the film.
The Metropolitan Police Service is working with the London Ambulance Service (LAS) to support its contingency plan for industrial action on Monday.
Police resources will be made available including 150 officers driving or crewing LAS ambulances, accompanied by LAS personnel including medically-trained professionals.
Commander Peter Terry, head of the police operation, said: "The Met is often called upon to offer help to people of London, and this is one of those times. We ask for support from the public."
The whole country has a part to play in combating the threat from terrorism, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said today.
Speaking ahead of of the launch of a national Counter Terrorism Awareness Week on Monday, Commissioner said that the public throughout the country can make a difference and help to keep each other safe.
Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team have joined a flurry of Twitter tributes after the British driver won his second world Formula 1 world title.
Big names from around the sporting world also paid tribute to Hamilton on Twitter, including tennis star Andy Murray, former England striker Ian Wright and golf legend Greg Norman.
Lewis Hamilton has won his second Formula 1 world title, ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Eileen Harris, 60 was on the train to travel to Tunbridge Wells in Kent when the fire started.
She described the chaos when the fire broke out and how some of those on board initially feared it was a bomb.
Mrs Harris' 26-year-old son Daniel was travelling with her on the train:
A passenger who was on the Southeastern train which caught fire at Charing Cross this morning has spoken of his ordeal.
Vincenzo Minore, who is from west London and the CEO for cosmetics company Soap and Glory, was on board with his wife, two children and in-laws, when the fire broke out.
Charing Cross station has now reopened, after this morning's fire, apart from platforms 5 and 6.
A passenger has described how he arrived on platform four this morning to hear 'a huge noise' from platform six.
Neil Hurle, who took the photo below, went on to say how he was marshalled onto the concourse, before being evacuated and that it appeared the fire was coming from the tracks.