Firefighters and police were attacked on Tuesday night as Bonfire Night disturbances took place across the UK.
A runaway Brexit rollercoaster featuring a frantic-looking Boris Johnson has been paraded through the streets as part of Bonfire Night festivities.
A number of Bonfire Night parades in the UK mean that Britons will continue to remember, remember the fifth of November gunpowder plot of 1605. Two of the more colourful events were held in Lewes, East Sussex, and Ottery St Mary in Devon.
A horse impaled itself on a fence after being frightened by fireworks, the RSPCA said.
Air pollution levels on Bonfire Night were up to four times the daytime level, scientists have said following a major urban study.
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A woman in her 60s has died after a tree is believed to have fallen on her car in Dorset.
Trees and scaffolding have been blown over leaving cars damaged and transport disrupted after high winds of more than 80mph hit parts of the UK.
Doctors are urging people to stay safe over bonfire night after new data revealed thousands of people end up in hospital due to firework and bonfire injuries.
People attending fireworks displays in southern parts of the country should be mindful of wet and windy weather, which could cause their plans to fizzle out.
Bonfire night could trigger potentially deadly asthma attacks for millions of sufferers, a health charity has warned.