A woman has died and a man has been taken to hospital after part of a building fell on a car in Holborn, central London, the Metropolitan Police said.
London Assembly member Andrew Dismore has written to Home Secretary Theresa May demanding that Gabor Vona is banned from holding the event:
I have no doubt that all decent thinking people in London will join with me in demanding that the Home Secretary says 'No to Jobbik'.
While I advocate the right to free speech in our society, this must also be balanced against other human rights.
It is particularly important to note that his event is being held on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day when the offence of his meeting will be all the more damaging.
The Home Secretary has been urged to stop an extreme Hungarian nationalist party from hosting an event in London this weekend. Gabor Vona, the leader of the right-wing party Jobbik, is meeting members of Greece's Golden Dawn party - who have openly expressed admiration for Adolf Hitler.
Two accidents on London's streets have left one cyclist dead and another seriously ill tonight. During rush hour one cyclist collided with a bus at a junction on Kennington Park Road.
Just a few hours later a man in his 40s was hit by a bus on a tram line in Croydon. He was taken to hospital where he died. He's become the 11th cyclist killed this year in the capital - three have died within the last week. Rags Martel reports.
Police investigating the death of Francis Golding still want more witnesses to come forward.
- The collision happened at 6:42pm on Tuesday, 5 November
- A coach collided with Francis Golding Southampton Row at the junction of Theobalds Road
- The coach stopped at the scene and the driver was not arrested
The partner of a town planner who became the tenth cyclist killed this year on London's roads has described his death as a "senseless tragedy". Speaking to the Evening Standard, Satish Padiyar said:
"This is a senseless tragedy, as it is surely relatively easy to make cycling a completely safe way to get around London - the London for which Francis did so much exciting and extraordinary professional work."
The cyclist who died in a road accident in Holborn on Monday has been named. He was 54 year old Alan Neve from Poplar.
The driver of the tipper lorry - a 51-year-old man - was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and taken into custody at a north London police station. He was bailed to return in October.
Anyone with any information should call the Road Death Investigation Unit witness line on 020 8998 5319.
Cyclists will stage another mass protest later tonight demanding Boris Johnson to redesign London's streets, saying they need to be made safer for cycling.
Three cyclists have died on the capital's roads in the past three weeks.
Luke Handrahan reports.
Basic rule of thumb: if you wouldn't send your kid to school on bike, the roads are too dangerous. We need our own space. #spaceforcycling
Cyclists have been taking to social media calling on Boris Johnson to 'make space' following the death of a man in Holborn.
The London Cycling Campaign is to hold its second protest in a week today.
After the death of cyclist at Holborn, TfL spokesperson says we must avoid knee jerk reactions. No risk of that I think #SpaceForCycling