Nathan Matthews, 28, has been charged with the murder of his 16-year-old step-sister Becky Watts, Avon and Somerset Police said. His girlfriend Shauna Hoare, 21, has been charged with intending to pervert the course of justice.
Greater Manchester Police have appealed for the public's help in tackling radicalisation in the community following the conviction of Abid Naseer over a plot to carry out a terrorist attack on Manchester's Arndale Centre.
Detective Mole added there was no evidence to suggest locations in Manchester remain under threat of a terror attack.
Family and friends today paid their respects and laid flowers for 16-year-old Becky Watts after her stepbrother was charged with her murder.
Sam Galsworthy and fellow uncle Joe Galsworthy today paid tribute to the teenager and said they would reclaim her dignity.
"We will reclaim Rebecca's dignity and eventually as a community we will lay her to rest with the utmost respect and love," they said.
Nathan Matthews, 28, has been charged with Becky's murder. His girlfriend Shauna Hoare, 21, has been charged with intending to pervert the course of justice. They will both appear before Bristol Magistrates' Court tomorrow.
ITV News' Rupert Evelyn reports:
Ukip's leader Nigel Farage today denied he'd made a U-turn, after dropping proposals to impose a cap on immigration.
He said Ukip would instead campaign on controlling immigrant numbers with an Australian-style points system.
ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener reports
Pakistani citizen Abid Naseer has been found guilty of leading al Qaeda plots to launch bomb attacks in the UK and US.
The 28-year-old was accused of planning a terror attack on Manchester's Arndale shopping centre in 2009, along with an attack in New York.
He was found guilty of all three charges he faced after being tried in front of a jury at Brooklyn's federal district courthouse.
Naseer claimed he was an innocent and peace loving man who came to Britain for an education and a wife.
But the jury found him guilty of providing material support to a foreign terrorist organisation, conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organisation and conspiring to use a destructive device.
Prosecutors said Naseer's plot formed part of a three-pronged international attack, timed to coincide with strikes on the New York subway and a Danish newspaper.
A teacher who was determined to fight in Syria despite desperate pleas from his family is "appalled" at the brutality shown by Islamic State, a judge has been told.
Jamshed Javeed - who is facing jail after admitting two counts of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts - said he wanted to go and support the Syrian people in late 2013 and did not then know the truth about Islamic State.
Describing his client as a "thoughtful, studious and mild-mannered" teacher, Charles Bott QC said Javeed was "deeply moved" by images of "extreme suffering" of Syrian people at the hands of the Assad regime.
"The defendant's position is that he did something that he considered right at the time in very particular circumstances that he would not contemplate doing now," he told a sentencing hearing at Woolwich Crown Court.
He said Javeed was "appalled at the indiscriminate brutality" of IS, describing a series of videos showing the murders of Western hostages as "grotesque and barbaric".