A video appearing to show a man get out a car and punch a cyclist during the morning rush hour in central London is being investigated by police. The white Audi stops in a 'bike box' at traffic lights, an area designated for cyclists. The cyclist points out the driver's mistake, but he speeds off.
They both meet again at the next set of lights on Farringdon Road, where a man appears to get out his car and hit the cyclist.
The video was recorded on Thursday the 23 of January at around 9am.
The first evidence of a lost London burial ground has been uncovered by archaeologists working on the Crossrail project. Historical records referenced a Farringdon burial ground dubbed no mans land which opened during the Black Death Plague in 1348.
Despite significant development in the area the burial ground has not been located, until now. The limited written records suggest up to 50,000 people may have been buried there in less than three years. Nick Thatcher reports
If you spot commuters in the City with their trousers tucked into their socks you'll know why.
Vermin on the Underground have clearly been having a tough summer to the extent that staff at Farringdon Station have felt the need to warn their customers to take precautions - to avoid falling prey to man-eating mice.