The past seven days have seen a number of wide-ranging stories grabbing your interest. Here we run down some of the top stories you read over the week.
Victoria Station delays after flash flooding
Services to and from Victoria station were badly disrupted as a result of the flooding that occurred across west London after thunderstorms on Wednesday (June 22) .
Social media users reported that the station roof had a leak that was gushing water out onto one of the escalators at the station, causing it to be put out of action.
Weather experts say that the London storm included 1,000 lightning strikes ONE hour throughout the night, with Ealing and Battersea being hit by floods.
Armed thugs jailed for robbing Hayes drug dealers while wielding a machine gun
A group of armed robbers who wielded a machine gun to rob drug dealers in Hayes were jailed for a total of 33 years.
The two men and one woman were arrested on April 19 after they stole cannabis from a property in Botwell Lane, Hayes.
Live: Thunderstorms and flash flooding causes chaos in west London
Thousands of Londoners were affected the day after flash flooding and thunderstorms on the night of Wednesday (June 22).
As well as flooding in Southall and Battersea, the extreme weather affected tube and rail services including Victoria Station and the Metropolitan line, while some commuters worried that severe transport delays would mean them missing out on a chance to vote in the EU Referendum.
The London Fire Brigade's 999 control officers were also inundated; the team took over 550 weather related emergency calls overnight, and firefighters attended over 400 incidents as heavy rain and thunder storms hit the capital.
Fun fair fight in Bedfont Green leaves man in critical condition
Four men were arrested after a fight broke out at a family friendly fun fair in Bedfont Green on Sunday (June 19) night, leaving a man in critical condition.
London Ambulance Service were also at the scene, where they attended to an injured man who was taken to a west London hospital and in a "critical condition".
A spokesperson from the Bedfont Police Ward Panel said: "I have spoken with the police and can confirm no one had died, however people are still in hospital having treatment.
"As well, arrests have been made following the incident."
Police called after alleged sexual assault next to David Lloyd gym in Greenford
An investigation was launched following an alleged sexual assault next to a Greenford gym on Monday (June 20).
Officers were called at 4.30pm following an allegation of a sexual assault in Bedser Drive.
Onlookers described officers as cordoning off a pathway adjoined to Bedser Drive with red and white tape next to David Lloyd Sudbury Hill.
Police were said to have left the scene at around Noon on Tuesday (June 21). The Metropolitan Police said that so far no arrests have been made and enquiries continue.