North Korea has warned the US government of 'grave consequences' if they continued to accuse the nation of involvement with the Sony cyber attack and suggested the two countries should take part in a joint investigation into the recent computer hack.
Detectives are reissuing their appeal for anyone who may have witnessed the assault of three men on Colquitt Street in Liverpool city centre in the early hours of Friday, 19 December, to contact them.
Police believe that three men were involved in the attack on PC Neil Doyle and two of his colleagues at about 3.15am and they are urging anyone who has any information to come forward.
A 28-year-old man from Huyton was arrested on suspicion of the murder of PC Doyle and two section 18 assaults, after he presented himself at a police station last night. He is being interviewed by detectives.
Anyone with information is urged to call the investigation team on 0800 230 0600 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
The Prime Minister has insisted that only the Tories can offer "competence" on dealing with immigration and his plans to reform European welfare rules would be an "absolute requirement" in his proposed renegotiation of the UK's links with Brussels.
An influential Commons committee has highlighted a series of failures in the immigration system but the David Cameron claimed "real progress" had been made in addressing the issue and voting for Labour or Ukip would deliver "chaos".
But the scale of the challenge faced by the Tories, who had set a goal of reducing net migration to the "tens of thousands", was underlined by the scathing Home Affairs Select Committee report.
The death toll from the Ebola outbreak has risen to 7,373 out of 19,091 known cases of the virus.
The World Health Organisation posted the latest figures on its website to reflect nearly 500 new deaths that have been recorded since Wednesday.
England's new one-day cricket captain has said it is a "huge honour" to be chosen for the role.
Eoin Morgan said: “It is a huge honour to captain England and I am delighted to be leading the one-day side.
"I firmly believe that with the players currently involved in the one-day set up we have the makings of a very good one-day side, a young side that can surprise people at the World Cup."
England's former one-day cricket captain Alistair Cook has said he feels "gutted" after losing out on a place in England's World Cup cricket squad.
Speaking today, as Eoin Morgan was announced as his replacement for the captaincy, Cook said: “I am gutted to be left out of the World Cup squad and it is likely to take me a while to get over the disappointment.
"That said I wish Peter, Eoin and the lads all the best for the World Cup."
Eoin Morgan has replaced Alistair Cook as England one-day cricket captain.
The ECB announced the new captaincy today saying the appointment would take place with immediate effect.
National Selector James Whitaker said: “We spent a considerable time yesterday discussing the make up of a squad that gives England the best possible chance of success at the World Cup which begins in less than two months.
"Having reviewed the recent series against Sri Lanka we came to the conclusion that there was no place for Alastair Cook amongst our strongest 15 one-day players and therefore recommended Eoin Morgan be appointed One-Day captain.”