Extinction Rebellion: More than 300 arrests made during first week of protests

More than 300 arrests have been made during the first week of Extinction Rebellion’s fifth wave of mass protests in London.

Some 11 activists were arrested during action on Bank Holiday Monday, which saw protesters block Tower Bridge with a van and caravan.

It follows 34 arrests on Sunday when demonstrators occupied the Science Museum in protest against its partnership with oil giant Shell.

'Creepy' Naked Attraction London bus ads to be removed following backlash

Channel 4's Naked Attraction advertising on the sides of some London buses will be removed, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.

It comes as Channel 4, TfL and Global, received criticism on Twitter over their new "creepy" and "tone deaf" bus campaign - which included a suggestion the person in the top front seat "loves being naked".

The adverts appear on London double decker buses as part of a nationwide campaign and are completely black apart from three arrows pointing up to those sitting in top floor seats.

Tottenham top after Son Heung-min strike extends winning start against Watford

Son Heung-min marked his 200th Premier League appearance with the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Watford that sends Tottenham into the international break top of the table.

Son's first-half free-kick was the difference between the two sides in north London and means that Nuno Espirito Santo becomes the first Spurs boss to win his first three league games in charge since Arthur Rowe in 1949.