London boroughs' total bill for repairing the capital's potholes last year came to £6,339,040. Ealing came top, spending almost £1m.
Mice nesting among food boxes and a cockroach found in a takeaway meal. A few of the horrors hygiene inspectors dealt with last month.
As the weather eases off these images capture the incredible breadth of the flooding across Surrey.
BT says a total of eleven underground cables were damaged on Saturday.
– BT statement
We would appeal for people to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour in or around street cabinets or manhole covers immediately. The theft of metal is a continuing problem in the UK, affecting many industry sectors.
A BT partnership with Crimestoppers offers up to £1,000 reward for information leading to arrests and subsequent successful convictions. People can call anonymously and free on 0800 555 111.
Thousands of BT customers were left with no phone line after the "malicious damage" of cables in Ealing. Some TalkTalk customers also had services cut off.
In a statement, BT said: "BT Openreach have suffered malicious cuts to underground cabling in the Ealing area which is affecting some services.
"Our engineers have been onsite from the outset, fixing damaged sections of cabling and conducting a lot of complex engineering work. Most customers will have seen their services restored already."
The central line has now reopened between Ealing Broadway and North Acton.
High winds in Bishop's Stortford have uprooted trees and blocked local roads.
Last night's winds have uprooted trees and heavy mobile signs across the capital.
Wind caused a bit of damage in London http://t.co/28IT10NlxM
Other parts of West London have been severely affected by last night's stormy weather.
Storm damage to a local tree in Ealing. http://t.co/LsukzSSB9m
Storm damage in London just off Hangar Lane near Ealing Common in London http://t.co/ZENSKbOf45