This week has seen a range of stories dominating our headlines.

From the news of hundreds of thousands of pounds being spent on a pub makeover, to drama as a prankster runs on stage following Honey G's performance on the X-Factor, here are your top stories.

Great news for Uxbridge as the Crown and Sceptre in High Street undergoes £400k revamp after closing two years ago

Crown and Sceptre in High Street

The Crown and Sceptre in Uxbridge High Street is set to reopen following a £400,000 investment by the new owners, two and a half years after it closed its doors.

Building work has already started on the huge revamp and the pub is expected to reopen as Whelans on January 19.

The traditional Irish pub will be run by Star Pubs and Bars, Heineken's pub business and Austin Whelan who owns The Black Bull in Ruislip.

Mr Whelan said: “Whelans will be very different from the pastiche Irish theme bars which were commonplace in the 80s and 90s.

“This new incarnation of an Irish pub will represent the very best of Irish hospitality with a great atmosphere and top quality food, drink and service."

X Factor: Honey G drama as stage invader runs onto stage during live shows

We shared with you the moment a stage invader ran onto the X Factor stage to grab five seconds of fame with Honey G.

After the Harrow rapper's performance, while she stood on stage and listened to judges comments, a stage invader stormed the stage.

A grey suit wearing fan grabbed Honey G by the shoulders on ITV 's flagship show, grabbing her hand and mic, while the bemused judges carried on, Mirror online reports.

Nicole and Simon looked a little concerned, while Sharon laughed and Louis simply carried on talking, ignoring the unexpected guest.

The Prankster, Daniel Jarvis had shared a video on Facebook, shortly before invading the stage, revealing his plan.

Justin Bieber to be joined on stage by teenager from Hayes with some very impressive dance moves

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Basit will perform this dance on stage with Justin Bieber

13-year-old, Basit has been picked from thousands of dancers in the UK to appear on stage alongside Justin Bieber as part of his World Tour.

After submitting a video of himself dancing in his living room, judges picked him over thousands of other entries to dance alongside the Canadian star as part of his current Purpose World Tour.

Basit, who currently trains at his local dance school, Futunity UK in Uxbridge , will perform the same dance, as well as a freestyle routine on stage with the star in front of thousand of screaming Bieber fans at the O2.

He told getwestlondon : "It is just phenomenal thinking that I've been chosen out of thousands.

"I would never of thought I would get an opportunity like this - but now that I have I'm so excited and grateful."

Basit is on stage on Tuesday, November 29.

Shocking attack at Sainsbury's in South Ruislip as gang of youths allegedly rob children at knife-point

The theft allegedly took place in Sainsbury's in South Ruislip

A terrifying incident at a supermarket in South Ruislip on Thursday evening (November 24) was reported after five children are believed to have been robbed at knife point by a gang of youths and “threatened with a death threats”.

The shocking incident is said to have happened at around 7.30pm at the Sainsbury's store in Long Drive not far from South Ruislip station.

A gang of youths, said to be aged between 16 and 19, reportedly stole phones from the children and told them to jump up and down to see if they had any money.

Emotional farewells from employees as Harrow Kodak factory begins to wind down after 125 years

Fond memories and emotional goodbyes were shared at the Kodak factory as the site begins its wind down process ahead of the closure.

Long standing employees, who are the last remaining staff at the Harrow factory, reminisced with getwestlondon about the good, bad and truly wonderful work memories they will walk away with after decades of service to Kodak Alaris.

Manager Duncan Rogers, who has overseen the process since the announcement in April and been with the company for two and half years, said despite the saddening news, everyone was very positive.

"No one had a bad word to say," he said.

"They know that it has happened because of the nature of the work and not because of Kodak."

The remaining members of staff will leave in December and some at the end of January.

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