The body of a man has been found impaled on churchyard railings. Police were called to the church in Kensington in west London, at around 6:30am, after a member of the public made the grim discovery.
The man, who was found in St Mary Abbots Church, has not yet been identified.
The body of the man, who has yet to be identified, was impaled on railings. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
There is nothing at this very early stage to indicate that the death is suspicious.
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Britain's most expensive parking place, which is near the Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, has gone on sale for £400,000.
The figure is nearly 2.5 times the average UK house price and 15 times the average salary in the UK.
The freehold, which has room for two cars, is described as a 'large secure underground parking space ideally situated for an Albert Court or Albert Hall Mansions resident'.
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A toilet has gone on sale for an eye-watering £150,000. Not surprisingly it's thought to be Britain's most expensive loo.
The Daily Mail reports the compact property is on the market in a building in Kensington. A brief description says it has a 'store room with WC and wash basin' and just one window.
On the plus side, it is only a minute's walk from Hyde Park, and being on Kensington High Street, handy for shopping.
A Facebook page calls for "all the people hated by the Daily Mail" to attend a protest outside the newspaper's headquarters on Sunday. It reads:
On Sunday, all the people hated by the Daily Mail - that's pretty all of us - are going to turn up at their headquarters, loud and proud about who we are. If you're a woman, a Muslim, LGBT, a nurse, a socialist, a trade union rep, disabled person or just someone who doesn't like hatred being pumped into public life every day, turn up.
More than 1,200 people have pledged to attend, and a further 460 said they might turn up.
More than 1,200 people have pledged to hold a protest outside the headquarters of the Daily Mail newspaper on Sunday.
A Facebook event set up by the protest group People's Assembly says the demonstration was sparked by a row over an article accusing Ed Miliband's father of "hating Britain".
It invites "all the people hated by the Daily Mail" to gather outside the newspaper's headquarters in West London at noon for an "upbeat, carnival-type protest".