ITV News London's Chris Paxton is taking part in the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race. His boat have had their wildest night yet.
Dozens of people queued to get their hands on clothing and shoes donated by Victoria and David Beckham at the British Red Cross in Chelsea.
Collection includes shoes by Jimmy Choo and suits by Dolce and Gabbana alongside tops, suits, trainers and dresses.
This Environment Agency picture shows the effects that the largest tidal surge in 60 years would have had on London if the Thames Barrier hadn't been closed.
Thousands of people were evacuated from their homes down the east coast of the country during storms last week.
But the 520 metre barrier saved London from the worst effects when it was shut on Thursday and Friday.
The latest flood warning from the Environment Agency shows the nearest advice to London. The Thames Barrier is being closed tonight with the strongest tidal surge in 60 years predicted.
Gravesend, Denton and Greenhithe
High tides will flood properties in this Flood Warning Area. High spring tides, combined with a prolonged surge, mean that water levels are forecast to be very high. This poses a serious risk for both high tides on Friday.
Forecast wind speeds are northwesterly force 4 to 7. Water levels may be dangerously high before the predicted astronomical tidal peak. This is because the surge is raising water levels before the peak of the astronomical tide.
Source: Environment Agency
The Old Bailey heard Fusilier Lee Rigby was an "extremely professional, popular and witty soldier" with an "outgoing personality".
Prosecutor Richard Whittam QC read a statement to the court from retired brigadier Ian Liles, who said Fusilier Rigby had a "natural affinity with young people".
He said: "Fusilier Rigby was a larger than life personality who was well-known and liked by all who came across him, regardless of rank or status.
"His loyalty and work ethic were beyond reproach, and no matter how arduous the task, he carried it out to the best of his ability and always with a smile on his face."
The trial has been adjourned until Monday.
Court hears closing statement from prosecution about Lee Rigby. Brigadier calls him extremely popular, always with smile on face.
Jurors in the Lee Rigby murder trial have been told extremist material, which the prosecution claims belongs to defendant Michael Adebolajo, was found when they searched his father's house.
This included one book called Extreme Islam, in which the passages "Allah does not like any drop more than the drop of blood shed in his way" and "Martyrdom means transfusion of blood into society" had been highlighted.
Al Qaeda's Inspire magasine found in Michael Adebolajo's books and documents.
Police found laptop in defendants' car & material in garage at Adebolajos father's house about Jihad & martyrdom incl by Anwar al-Awlaki.
The memory card in his BlackBerry phone also contained documents and lectures on the same topics, the court heard.
Court hears gun used by defendants in Woolwich trial wasn't loaded & no ammunition recovered.
Michael Adebolajo told police day after the attack that MI5 could give them his home address as they'd visited him earlier this year.
This is the latest flood map for London and the South East from the Environment Agency, which is warning of the biggest tidal storm surge since the major floods of 1953.
Gales, strong winds, high tides & severe flood warning: Latest weather forecast here
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The jury in the Lee Rigby murder trial has been shown footage of a police interview with Michael Adebolajo in which he said it was "almost as if Allah had chosen" Fusilier Rigby.
Adebolajo can be heard describing what he considered to be the most humane way of killing the soldier, adding, "He may be my enemy but he is a man".