Live news stream
A 22-year-old man has been arrested, after the death of a 45-year-old inmate at Cardiff Prison.
South Wales Police says the death of a 45-year-old inmate at Cardiff Prison yesterday is being treated as 'suspicious.'
A 22-year-old man has been arrested and is in custody.
– South Wales Police statement
South Wales Police is investigating the suspicious death of a 45-year-old inmate at HMP Cardiff during the early hours of Thursday, March 6.
A 22-year-old man has been arrested and is in custody at Cardiff Bay Police Station.
The HM Coroner has been informed and an investigation is continuing.
David Cameron has tweeted Sir Patrick Stewart with a "face to face" picture of him meeting Bill Clinton after the actor mocked the Prime Minister yesterday.
The Star Trek actor posted a picture of him holding wet wipes to his ear after the Prime Minister's official Twitter account tweeted an image of him on the phone to US President Barack Obama.
Mr Cameron's earnest pose led to widespread derision on the social networking site, with US comedian Rob Delaney holding a tube of toothpaste to his ear.
Police investigating the death of the Blackpool toddler Sophie Jones are investigating whether she was given the heroin-substitute methadone to help her sleep.
Sophie, 2, died on Tuesday after a cardiac arrest at her home in South Shore. Two people are being questioned on suspicion of manslaughter.
ITV News cameraman Jim Dutton has tweeted this photograph from outside the Houses of Parliament where barristers and lawyers are staging a second walk out of courts in England and Wales over legal aid cuts
Lawyers' demo outside Palace of Westminster well attended. Feelings running high. http://t.co/reypbpUghs
A construction worker has been killed at one of the Crossrail construction sites in central London.
Firefighters tried to rescue the 43-year-old after he sustained head injuries 32ft down a tunnel in Holborn earlier today.
– Crossrail spokesman
"Sadly, at approximately 5am this morning a contractor working at our site in Fisher Street, London was fatally injured.
"Our first and foremost thoughts are with the family and friends affected by this. The next of kin are being informed.
"We are establishing the facts and a full investigation into the incident has commenced."
Another 49-year-old man arrested in Coventry in December did answer his bail and has since been re-bailed to a later date.
A 51-year-old woman detained at the same time on suspicion of perverting the course of justice also remains on bail.
At the end of last month, officers also arrested a man aged 49 and a 47-year-old woman in the Coventry area, who have since been bailed.
A £10,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Ms Payne remains in place.
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has said the nation could ban Facebook and YouTube, which he says have been abused by his political enemies, after local elections on March 30.
Erdogan is locked in a power struggle with the US-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen, a former ally who he says is behind a stream of "fabricated" audio recordings posted on the internet allegedly revealing corruption in his inner circle.
"We are determined on this subject. We will not leave this nation at the mercy of YouTube and Facebook," Erdogan said.
He added that the possible barring of these sites was included in his planned measures.
Investment company Alliance Trust has signalled a possible move to England if Scotland votes ‘yes’ to independence in September.
The Dundee-based group, which employs 250 people, said it was setting up new companies in England which it could transfer its business to if Scotland leaves the UK.
It follows similar announcements from pensions provider Standard Life and power firm Aggreko, which yesterday warned independence would mean “years of uncertainty” for its business.
Alliance Trust’s Chief Executive, Katherine Garrett-Cox, said the company was “extremely proud” of its Scottish heritage but had to be “very aware of the risks” independence would present.
A man arrested in connection with the disappearance of a Coventry mother more than 20 years ago is being hunted by police after failing to answer bail.
The 49-year-old man, whom West Midlands Police are not naming, was arrested in December on suspicion of abduction and murder by detectives investigating the disappearance of Nicola Payne in Coventry in 1991.
A force spokesman said: "Police in Coventry are actively seeking a man after he failed to answer his bail yesterday."
18-year-old Nicola Payne disappeared as she walked to her parents' home on December 14. 1991. Her son Owen was seven months old.
Earlier this week officers began searching woodland in the city after receiving "new information". The search revealed "items of interest," according to police.