Pictures here taken by S in London. She writes that the plant has lovely red berries and flowers. And I was given the task of identifying it.
I presume it belongs to Lonicera ( named in honour of a German botanist – Adam Lonicer). And there are 180 species that belong to this family. 20 of them grow in Europe. I think this might be Lonicera periclymenum, known as Common Honeysuckle, European Honeysuckle or Woodbine.
Flowers are creamy white or yellowish and has a fragrant smell and can be grown to beautify a hedge or a wall.
Surprisingly, I read that in certain places of US the plant is banned as it is invasive!
Family : Caprifoliaceae