European migrants will be banned from claiming a range of benefits for the first four years after they arrive in the UK, under radical immigration reforms set out by David Cameron.
Photos of shoppers queuing for 'Black Saturday' bargains have been posted on social media, with stores set to open their doors within minutes.
Shoppers have already begun queuing outside Asda stores with the supermarket's 'Black Friday' deals set to launch at 8am, according to social media.
In a speech later Gordon Brown is expected to say it is time to 'reset politics' beyond the 'old issues of constitutional change'.-
The Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath MP is to address the annual meeting of Scottish Labour councillors in Glasgow this morning.
Gordon Brown hopes to "reset" Scottish politics in a bid to shift the focus from the constitutional debate to how to improve the lives of ordinary people.
Independence has dominated politics north of the border for the last two years ahead of September's historic referendum.
Former prime minister Mr Brown played a pivotal role in the campaign to keep Scotland in the UK and was also a key player in the pledge by the Westminster parties to deliver more powers for Holyrood.
A man in his 30s has been charged with two counts of murder after a man and a woman died at a property in Fetcham earlier this week.
Although formal identification has not yet taken place, the victims are believed to be Patrick and Gillian Kettyle, a married couple who lived at the property.
Viktoras Bruzas, 38, from Walton-on-Thames has been charged with murder. He is due to appear at South East Surrey Magistrates Court in Redhill tomorrow.
Another man in his 30s who was arrested on Thursday morning at a property in Walton-on-Thames on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder has now been released with no further action taken against him.
Prime Minster David Cameron backtracked from a radical plan to cap directly the number of EU migrants entering Britain after an intervention, according to reports
And it was the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, who warned him she would not tolerate such an incursion into the principle of the free movement of workers, according to the Guardian.
It said that the decision to step back from the harder stance in the PM's speech on immigration on Friday disappointed the Eurosceptic backbenchers, but pleased business leaders.
Among those expected to contribute at a service at Glasgow Cathedral to mark the first anniversary of the Clutha helicopter crash with be
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Bernard Higgins, Assistant Chief Constable of Police Scotland, and Reverend Gordon Armstrong, Chaplain of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
Dr Neil Dignon, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, and several church leaders are also due to speak.