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PM promises to get tough on EU migrant benefits

European migrants will be banned from claiming benefits in the UK for the first four years after the arrive in the UK, under radical immigration reforms set out by David Cameron.

David Cameron. Credit: PA Wire

Unemployed Europeans will have six months to find a job or face being removed from the UK, Mr Cameron will say in a speech on immigration reform today.

And those with jobs will only receive in-work benefits, such as tax credits, and social housing once they have been in the UK for four years.

Mr Cameron has promised to deliver the "toughest system on welfare for EU migrants anywhere in Europe".

Currys PC World website 'down' ahead of Black Friday

The Currys and PC World website has apparently crashed under the weight of demand from Black Friday shoppers.

Shoppers who attempted to visit the website were told "huge demand has meant we need to place you in a short queue" - with some warned that they would be waiting for up to an hour.

Users were sent this message when they attempted to visit the technology store. Credit: Currys

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How would Britain fare on immigration outside the EU?

David Cameron's highly anticipated speech on immigration and Europe tomorrow could impact the in/out referendum the Prime Minister has promised on the EU.

ITV News Europe Editor James Mates considers how Britain could be affected if the country votes to leave Europe by looking at how Switzerland - which has never joined the EU - deals with immigration, trade and Europe.

Team-mates lead cricket's grief for Phillip Hughes

Cricket figures around the world have paid tribute to Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who was regarded as a key part of his country's future before a freak injury from a bowler's delivery ended his life.

ITV News Sport Editor Steve Scott reports on the prodigy who set new records during a career and life cut cruelly short as he entered his prime.

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Vandalised Banksy street art to be flown to US

A prized Banksy street painting removed from the side of an amusement arcade in Folkestone is being flown to Miami tonight, to take centre stage in an exhibition.

The piece, known as Art Buff, is being flown to Miami tonight Credit: PA

Known as Art Buff, the painting by the Bristol guerrilla artist depicts a mature woman wearing headphones, staring at an empty plinth.

It appeared on the wall of of Palace Amusements in Folkestone last month, but was defaced two weeks later with a spray-painted image of a penis.

Nonetheless, it was sold to London art dealership Bankrobber and will star at the Art Miami exhibition in Miami's Keszler Gallery in the first week of December.

The exhibition will feature a number of Banksy street works spanning the artist's career from 2005 and will represent the largest collection of the artist's street works ever displayed.

Watch: Referee halts Spurs match after pitch invasions

Spurs and Partizan Belgrade players were forced off the field by referee Yevgen Aranovsky after three first-half pitch invasions at White Hart Lane.

Clive Tyldesley commentated on the surprise withdrawal during ITV4's live coverage of the Europa League game:

Pitch invaders escorted off the field in halted Spurs game

The Europa League game between Spurs and Partizan Belgrade was invaded on three separate occasions before the referee called a temporary halt to the match.

Ukrainian referee Yevgen Aranovsky called the players off the field after the three solitary invasions. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire
White Hart Lane security had been forced onto the field to halt the invaders who were mocking the crowd as well as taunting the players. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire
The game was halted for several minutes on the eve of half-time, before the referee resumed the rest of the half's play. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire
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