December 7 2013 Latest news:
The Thames Barrier faced the biggest tide last night since it opened in 1982, after closing amid fears extreme weather could lead to flooding in and around the capital.
The Thames Barrier will close tonight to defend London from what could be the biggest tidal storm surge in 30 years.
Flights and trains to and from London have been cancelled as the UK storm leaves thousands of passengers stranded.
With news that the Big Freeze is heading our way and that winter in London could be the coldest in years, we publish part one of a series of remarkable pictures showing the capital in the snow over the decades.
Ice cold temperatures could last as long as three months, the Met Office has warned, as England prepares for its coldest winter in years.
A man and a woman have been found dead after a gas explosion in Hounslow devastated three properties following storm damage this morning.
Storm St Jude is still causing massive disruption across London this morning with travel chaos crippling the rail network.
Here is a full list of disruption to the capital’s train services caused by what is fast becoming known as The Great Storm of 2013.
Three people have been taken to hospital and two are unaccounted for after a gas explosion in south London destroyed several houses.
A major storm continues to batter southern parts of the UK, with winds of almost 100mph tearing through property and causing flooding and major travel disruption.