They say the boxes represent living conditions in Gaza, and their protest shows the conditions faced by people trapped by the blockade.
Hendrick Van Der Mescht is to cycle 15,000 miles across 13 countries to raise money and awareness for ex-servicemen who suffer from PTSD.
Take a look at the pictures as London plunged into darkness last night, to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in World War One.
The Licenced Taxi Drivers' Association (LTDA) is giving leaflets to tourists, warning them that some rickshaw drivers are charging up to £200 for short journeys, such as that from Selfridges in Oxford Street to Harrods, a distance of around two miles.
The LTDA has now produced a warning leaflet in Arabic to warn visitors of the possible dangers of using rickshaws. It has also used an announcement on the side of a van parked at Marble Arch.
– LTDA press release
"The LTDA has received dozens of complaints, via our taxi driving members, from Arab tourists who have been ‘Ripped Off’ by unscrupulous Rickshaw Riders for short rides around London. £200 from Selfridges to Harrods is not uncommon and £50 to go a few hundred yards is regularly reported. In an effort to protect visitors to London and safeguard our Capitals good name the LTDA have produced a warning leaflet in Arabic concerning the dangers of using rickshaws. We have produced a similar poster on our Advan which is parked at Marble Arch in the heart of the West End. All day we will be distributing leaflets in this very visual and probably controversial attempt to highlight what is happening to vulnerable non English speaking tourists in London in 2014."
Room rents in London have risen more than twice as fast as budgets over the past five years according to new figures from Spareroom.com.
They've soared by 26 per cent while the amount tenants can afford to pay has gone up by just ten per cent.
In 2009, an average room set you back £549 per month, now it's £691.
WikLeaks founder Julian Assange announced he will be leaving the Ecuadorian embassy "soon" after two years at the building.
Assange told a press conference, "I am leaving the embassy soon - but perhaps not for the reasons that the Murdoch press and Sky News are saying at the moment".
By Juliet Bremner: UK Editor
There is a huge number of media outside, but a police officer has just been out to relay a message that there will be no further events or movement here at the Ecuadorian embassy today.
I suspect this is a big publicity stunt to try and get the British Government to engage in a discussion about his release.
Julian Assange says: "It is often falsely reported that women in Sweden have accused me of the serious crime of rape. That is false. No woman has done so."
"I am leaving the embassy soon, but perhaps not for the reasons that the ... press are saying at the moment," Julian Assange has told reporters.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said the position Ecuador has taken on his case "is the correct one".
Assange sought refuge inside Ecuador's London embassy two years ago in a bid to avoid extradition to Sweden for questioning over sexual misconduct allegations.
He has denied the claims made against him.
Julian Assange has hinted at unspecified health "difficulties" - mentioning in particular the lack of outdoor space and sunlight at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where he has been holed up for two years.
– julian assange
In relation to my health, as you can imagine ... being detained in this country in various ways for four years, and then in this embassy for two years ... It is an environment in which any healthy person would find themselves soon enough with various difficulties.