Barbara Windsor has unveiled a new plaque in honour of her late friend and former Carry On co-star Kenneth Williams, at his 1960s home.
As the weather eases off these images capture the incredible breadth of the flooding across Surrey.
Developers have submitted plans to adapt the 'Walkie Talkie' skyscraper in London after it was found to act as a giant magnifying glass.
A team of women artists hope they have spray-painted their way into the record books.
As part of global events marking International Women's Day, up to 106 people aimed to create the largest spray-paint mural by multiple artists in a tunnel in Waterloo, south east London.
They are still waiting for confirmation that their efforts have clinched the Guinness World Record.
Organiser Rosalia Ferrara said the newly-transformed Leake Street Tunnel, which was first covered in bubblegum pink paint as a backdrop, "is looking amazing".
The participants created a series of images on the theme of "It's is a woman's world" which were then linked together as a mural.
The artists, who come from Britain and abroad, each paid a £2.50 registration fee to take part in the record attempt. All the money, including the cash donated throughout the day, is going to Breast Cancer Care.
Councillor Joannides told ITV News he deleted the picture from his Facebook page. He said he recalled the caption:
I saw her standing there, I told here she had three beautiful daughters. She didn't have to get all cheesed off by it, it was an honest mistake.
Councillor Joannides added:
The picture of the burkas was not my creation basically, nor was the attached caption. That was placed on my Facebook wall by a Turkish-Cypriot woman, a friend of mine. We were discussing women's rights, discussing the burkas.
- Councillor Joannides, who was once Britain's youngest Greek-Cypriot councillor, was suspended from his local Conservative association earlier this year
- Conservative Party HQ has now deselected him as a candidate in May's election and expelled him for 12 months
- Councillor Joannides was unavailable for comment
A Conservative councillor has been thrown out of the party for a year after a picture on his Facebook page appeared to compare burkas to binbags.
Chris Joannides was a member of the Tory opposition on Labour-run Enfield Council in north London. The photo on his Facebook page is said to have shown a woman and a child in a burka standing between two binbags.
Two men who were found fatally injured in a car were stabbed to death, police have said.
Police were called by paramedics to Montague Road, Leytonstone, north-east London, just before 1am yesterday. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.
Post-mortem examinations found that one, aged 21, died after being stabbed in the neck while the other, aged 20, died from stab wounds to the chest, shock and haemorrhaging, Scotland Yard said.
Neither man has been formally identified and officers are still contacting all their next of kin.
No arrests have been made and an incident room has opened in Barking under Detective Chief Inspector Neil Attewell from the Homicide and Major Crime Command.
Police have begun their investigations on Montague Road, in Leytonstone where two men where found dead in a vehicle in the early hours of this morning.
Police have launched a double murder investigation after two men were found dead in Leytonstone in the early hours of this morning.
The London Ambulance Service and police were called to Montague Road in East London following reports of two injured males.
The victims, both in their 20s, were found in a vehicle, suffering from injuries. They were later pronounced dead at the scene. The Metropolitan Police Service are conducting enquiries to identify the men and inform next of kin. Post-mortem examinations will take place this afternoon.
The flood which caused a major road in south London to close last night was the result of a burst water main which had mixed with mud and silt, Thames Water said.
Social media was awash with pictures showing the murky water flowing down Clapham Road in Kennington, south London.
Initial reports suggested that a sewage pipe had sprung a leak, with one policeman at the scene describing it as a "stinky sewage".
However, a Thames Water spokesman later confirmed that the flood was a result of a burst water main, which had mixed with silt and mud.
Residents close to where a water main burst have described seeing "revolting, brown" water flowing down a south London road.
Pictures have shown murky water flowing down Clapham Road in Kennington, south London as firefighters battle to contain the situation.
"The road has been made into a river. It's a bit like Somerset," Angela Reynolds, 58, said.
"It's not clear how they are going to stop it. The water is revolting, brown, muddy - well I hope it's mud.
"There are lots of basements around here. One of the houses has already been badly flooded. The water just flooded the road in 10 minutes. It was quite incredible."