News from all corners of the spectrum has made it into the biggest headlines this week.

Dominating the headliens has been the awful terror attack in Westminster on Wednesday ( March 22) that left four people dead.

Transport for London's new tube map and the new store announced for Uxbridge also made it in.

Here is our round up of the biggest stories this week:

Man found dead in Hayes park

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A man found unresponsive in a park in Hayes on Friday morning (March 24) was pronounced dead at the scene by the emergency services.

Police and ambulance crews were called to Hayes End Recreational Park near Uxbridge Road just before 8am to reports of a man found unresponsive.

He was pronounced dead at the scene and police said the death is not being treated as suspicious.

Hayes police incident: Man pronounced dead after emergency services called to Hayes End Recreational Ground

This is the second person found dead in the same park in three months after a woman in her 20s was discovered on New Year's Day.

intu Uxbridge announce shop to replace BHS after 15 years

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 25: Shoppers walk past the British Home Stores on Oxford Street on April 25, 2016 in London, England. High street retailer British Home Stores (BHS) is filing for administration today, threatening almost 11,000 jobs. BHS currently has 164 stores across the UK since it opened its first store in Brixton, London in 1928. (Photo by Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images)

The former BHS store in Uxbridge will be replaced by a Decathlon sports shop after being empty since last August.

British Home Stores had a shop in intu Uxbridge shopping centre for 15 years.

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But on Wednesday (March 22), the intu announced the arrival of the sports chain this summer.

Decathlon has 28 stores across the UK and the new shop will cater for over 70 sports including surfing, cycling, football and horse riding.

TfL publish tube map showing walking times.

A new Transport for London (TfL) map has revealed walking times between Tube stations in west London for the first time.

The map covering Zones One and Two has been extended to include Zone Three , as TfL attempts to encourage more people to walk.

The full TfL map showing walking distances between Tube stations in Zones One, Two and Three

Previous walking maps only showed central London , but now the map has been extended to London transport Zone 3, which means it includes stations such as Ealing Broadway , Acton Central, Harlesden and Neasden.

Two people stabbed in Northolt underpass

Two people suffered stab wounds in an incident a the White Hart Roundabout in Northolt on Friday evening (March 24).

Police were called to Church Road at around 7.13pm after reports of a man with a knife.

When they attended they found a 20-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy both suffering stab wounds.

The two victims were taken to hospital and their injuries are described as not life-threatening.

Police believe the incident happened in the subway under the White Hart Roundabout and involved a large group of males.

There have been no arrests and anyone with information is asked to call Ealing CID on 0208 721 7045.

People run for cover as gunshots ring out during Westminster terror attack

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A terrifying video emerged in the wake of the London terror attack showing people running for cover as gunshots can be heard from the grounds of the Palace of Westminster.

Four people were killed in the attack that saw Khalid Masood drive along the pavement of the busy Westminster Bridge and stabbing a police officer to death in the grounds of Parliament.

Masood was shot dead by armed officers after the incident, which lasted just 82 seconds.

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