London City Airport Shut After Ww2 Bomb Found In Thames

All flights to and from London's city airport, the city's fifth biggest and the most central, were cancelled after an unexploded world war two bomb was found in the river Thames at George v Dock.

A 200-metre exclusion zone was set up after the ordnance was found during work at the airport.

Police said properties within the exclusion zone had been evacuated and a number of roads were cordoned off.