The #crane fell on a site where flats are being constructed, and crashed onto two houses.
In the British capital, restaurants and bars are now open for the first time in over three months following the coronavirus pandemic.
London's 'hot summer' continues as police confront revellers for the second consecutive weekend.
Local authorities in Bournemouth have also declared a "major incident" after thousands of people were pictured on local beaches on Wednesday.
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Far-right protesters scuffled with police in central London, as hundreds gathered to demonstrate despite strict police restrictions and warnings to stay home to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Protesters gathered in London's Parliament Square on Saturday to show solidarity with protesters in the United States over the death of George Floyd in Minnesota last week.
Protests that began in the US have now spread to Europe.
Controversial new legislation introduced to the British parliament seeks to increase sentencing and monitoring for terrorism offences.
Why is London's Trafalgar Square covered in children's shoes this week?
London Mayor Sadiq Khan warned on Thursday morning that services would have to be cut if the government didn't provide emergency funding for the capital's public transport system, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
There's a slight increase in the number of commuters in both London and Paris - but a marked contrast between the use of protective masks in the two capitals. Use is mandatory in Paris and there is only limited takeup in London where wearing is merely advisory.
"They are living hand to mouth because they were fired straight away and were not put on unpaid leave or furloughed and that's a scandal."
Is this the Great Online Bake-off? Tens of thousands dust off their aprons and tune into the bread boffins from London. Classes so far have included step-by-step guides for doughnuts, pretzels and sourdough bread.
The beds have been set up, but some worry there won't be enough staff or protective equipment to man the new London hospital.
Home confinement over the COVID-19 epidemic goes on across Europe.
Could we be climbing aboard solar-powered trains in the near future?
There were fewer people on the streets of the UK capital on Tuesday after Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered a three-week lockdown.
In 2018-2019, London counted around 9,000 homeless people. The Mayor of London has booked 300 hotel rooms to allow some of them to self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic.
Boris Johnson has advised people to stay away from pubs, restaurants and shops. But has stopped short of issuing an official lockdown. That's forcing small businesses to make some tough choices.
Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov spent just over a year at a tiny flat near Kings Cross
Chocolatier Montezuma's has opened a recycling-focused pop up shop.
Shares plunged in Asia on Friday, with benchmarks in Japan, Thailand and India sinking as much as 10% after Wall Street suffered its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987.
Over the weekend of International Women's Day, the festival celebrates its 10th year.
Johnson and Carrie Symonds are engaged and expecting a baby. She will be his third wife.