Scotland Yard has confirmed that the hunt for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross is the biggest search operation since the 7/7 bombings in 2005.
Police are trying to trace a missing twelve-year-old girl from East Horsley in Surrey. She was last seen leaving her home on 18 September in the early evening.
Lily is described as white, female, approximately 5 feet tall with a medium build. She has blue eyes and long light brown/blonde hair. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing black leggings, a black zipped cardigan and Nike Trainers.
If anyone has information regarding her whereabouts they should call 101, the Missing People Charity on 116 000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
An Environment Agency has posted a satellite image showing "big storms" North of London.
Uri Geller and Bill Oddie will join hundreds of runners as they dress up as gorillas and jog across the city - all in the name of charity.
The London Great Gorilla Run returns today for the 11th year and organisers are hoping to set a new record with more than 1,000 people taking part.
The event is run by The Gorilla Organization and raises money to help protect gorillas and preserve their habitat.
As well as event patron Bill Oddie and Uri Geller, Boris Johnson's father, Stanley, is expected to take part.
The runners will pass iconic sites includes St Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London.
George Groves returns to the boxing ring later today for the first time since his second straight defeat to fellow Brit Carl Froch.
The Hammersmith sportsman lost his world title bout against the Nottinghamshire fighter at Wembley in May.
Today he faces Frenchman Christopher Rebrasse for the European super-middleweight belt.
Police say they are expecting "one or more counter protests" as supporters of the English Defence League prepare to march through London today.
The group plans to stage a demonstration at Richmond Terrace, opposite Downing Street, between 2pm and 3.30pm.
Demonstrators are set to meet at Trafalgar Square before marching along Whitehall.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said officers would have an "appropriate and proportional" policing team to respond to the event.
He added that the force was expecting at least one counter protest and police were already in contact with demonstrators.
A second house being searched in connection with the disappearance of schoolgirl Alice Gross is a former home of official suspect Arnis Zalkalns, the owner has said.
Radoslav Andric said he last saw Zalkalns at the rental property in Hanwell, west London, two days before Alice went missing.
He said the Latvian builder moved out of the property more than a year ago, but had returned to see friends.
Mr Andric said he believed Zalkalns had come back because his bike was not working properly.
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.