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It will turn increasingly cloudy and damp in the east of UK, but will clear tomorrow morning. ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the details.
Britain must share the blame for the murder of a senior politician in Pakistan, former cricketer turned party leader Imran Khan has said.
Mr Khan has said a rival party leader, who lives in exile in England, is behind the killing of Zara Shahid Hussain, and that the UK government should have listened to the warnings.
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Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service said appliances from Tuxford, Newark, Southwell and Collingham has attended to a suspected gas blast that ripped through a house in the area.
Coronation Street has picked up the coveted Best Soap award at the British Soap Awards.
The soap wrote on its Twitter page: "A huge thank you to everyone who voted in the British Soap Awards 2013".
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service area manager Craig Parkin has said that two children are among the casualties rescued with serious injuries, after a suspected gas blast ripped through a house in Newark.
Two people are still thought to be trapped in the rubble.
A local resident has told reporters that he and four other people helped to drag a man out of a wrecked property, after a suspected gas blast ripped through a house in Newark in Nottinghamshire.
Audie Cashie, who was informed that man's father was in the cellar of the house, said he was then ordered to leave the area by fire crews.
At least one person is still trapped and four people have been taken to hospital following a gas explosion at a house in Newark, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue said tonight.
The late Coronation Street actor Bill Tarmey, who played the much-loved character Jack Duckworth, receives a standing ovation at the British Soap Awards.
The Church of Scotland's General Assembly, the annual conference of 850 church leaders, will vote on the issue of homosexual clergy tomorrow.
The Free Kirk, which is opposed to the change, warned Christianity was “under siege” from the rise of secularism and criticised the Church of Scotland for failing to speak with a unified voice.