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Tesco shares have fallen by nearly 7 per cent this morning after the supermarket issued a profit warning.
Britain's biggest grocery retailer now expects annual profits to be £400 million lower at £2.4 billion.
Tesco says "challenging trading conditions and ongoing investment...continued to impact the expected financial performance of the Group".
Hampshire Police have released images of Naghemeh and Brett King, the parents of five-year old Ashya King, who was taken from hospital by his father yesterday.
UKIP's existing candidate for Clacton has vowed to fight Douglas Carswell for the party's nomination.
Roger Lord said he would "absolutely" fight for the nomination. "I have been assured I will get a fair hearing," he told Radio 4's Today programme.
Asked whether he would step aside to make way for Mr Carswell, Mr Lord replied: "We are not a party that stands down. We don't bend, we don't break. We fight."
The prospective candidate also accused Mr Carswell of jumping ship from the Conservatives because the water was "around his ankles".
Some UKIP officials had told him to "shut up", but that party leader Nigel Farrage was not one of them, Mr Lord said: "It was a very civilised conversation ... other people have rung me up like hysterical teenagers."
Police said five-year-old Ashya King requires urgent medical attention and should be taken to a medical facility as soon as he is located.
Detective Superintendent Dick Pearson, of the Hampshire Major Investigation Team, said:
– Detective Superintendent Dick Pearson,
He needs to be taken to a medical facility for his urgent health requirements as soon as he is located.
We have also launched a social media appeal and would urge everyone to share this appeal, particularly if you have friends and relatives in France and bordering countries.
A family who took a boy with a brain tumour from hospital yesterday arrived in France at 8pm local time last night, police said.
Hampshire Constabulary said:
– Hampshire Constabulary
We are working with our counterparts in France to activate their emergency child rescue alert procedures to locate the family as soon as possible. If we do not locate Ashya today there are serious concerns for his life. He is receiving constant medical care within the UK due to recent surgery and ongoing medical issues. Without this specialist 24-hour care Ashya is at risk of additional health complications which place him at substantial risk."
Police said the family are travelling in a grey-coloured Hyundai I800 Style CRDI, registration KP60 HWK, and they are still believed to be in France.
Hampshire Police have released a CCTV image of the moment five-year-old Ashya King was taken away from Southampton Hospital yesterday without the consent of doctors:
Hampshire Constabulary said "there are serious concerns" for the life of a five-year-old boy taken by his parents from hospital without the blessing of doctors as he needs constant medical care.
Police said Ashya King was taken from Southampton General Hospital at around 2pm yesterday by his family, who live in St David's Road, Southsea, Portsmouth.
Ashya is likely to be in a wheelchair or buggy, he cannot communicate verbally and is immobile, a police spokesman said.
Officers said his parents - Brett King, 51, and Naghemeh King, 45 - boarded a cross-Channel ferry from Portsmouth to Cherbourg at 4pm yesterday with Ashya's six siblings.
Police in Hampshire today said they had launched a "major investigation" to urgently find a five-year-old boy with a brain tumour who was taken without consent from Southampton General Hospital by his parents.