Take That's Gary Barlow has used his Twitter account to issue a public apology for his involvement in aggressive tax avoidance schemes.
Take That members Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen and manager Jonathan Wild were among some 1,000 people involved.
They paid into a schemes said the support the music industry, but a tribunal judge later decided they had been specifically set up to avoid paying tax.
There were calls to strip Barlow of his OBE when news of his involvement was first revealed.
A video has been released by Islamist militant group IS claiming to show the murder of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
The video, which the White House is working to verify, once again shows a man masked in black speaking with a British accent as he stands behind what appears to be Mr Sotloff.
The video follows last months murder of American journalist James Foley. IS have threatened to kill a British hostage the allegedly have.
Are you a secret spender? We want to hear your spending confessions - have you ever hidden anything from your partner? A pair of shoes, perhaps a new gadget or maybe you spent more than you admitted to on a night out?
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It's hard to believe that Dr Hilary Jones has been helping the public for a quarter of a century - as tomorrow we'll be celebrating 25 years of the good doctor on our screens!
So tune in tomorrow from 6am for a morning of surprises and celebration with Good Morning Britain... #DrH25years
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Criminal barrister Robert Rinder has stormed onto our screens in a new courtroom show which sees the Judge rule on real-life cases.
And rule he does - with a clear-talking manner and classic putdowns, Judge Rinder is a force to be reckoned with! He joins us today to tell us why upholding justice makes essential viewing.
He's got eyelashes like a camel if you meet him in the flesh
Well Richard Arnold promised that we'd reveal all of Hugh... and here he is, preparing for his role in Pan!
I think it's a terrible thing that Ashya is on his own in hospital, not able to communicate with the staff there, cut off from his siblings and his parents
As five-year-old Ashya King wakes up for a third morning alone in a Spanish hospital, we ask Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg what the government plans to do about the situation.