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Mourners have gathered in Paisley to pay their last respects to Gary Arthur, the first of the Glasgow helicpoter crash victims who was publicly named.
The humanist service at Woodside Crematorium was estimated to have been attended by 400 to 500 people, many of whom had to stand outside.
In a statement released ahead of the funeral, Mr Arthur's family said: "We loved him dearly and always will, we will miss him so much.
"We will continue to make him proud. He always tried to do his best for us and to be there for us. He was the best dad and it's devastating that our dad has been taken from us in such a tragic way."
As part of tributes in Parliament for Nelson Mandela, Labour leader Ed Miliband said the former South African leader was an "enduring symbol of courage, hope and the fight against injustice".
Mr Miliband said: "Today we remember the incomparable life of Nelson Mandela.
"He is an enduring symbol of courage, hope and the fight against injustice. He teaches us the power of forgiveness, showing no bitterness towards his captors, just the love of a country which could be so much better if all of its people could be free."
In cross-examination, prosecutor Richard Whittam QC asked defendant Michael Adebolajo: "You and your co-defendant, acting together, killed Lee Rigby, didn't you?"
He replied: "Yes."
The barrister asked: "That's because together you had agreed to kill someone. Do you agree?"
Again, he replied: "Yes."
Adebolajo went on: "We planned a military attack which obviously involved, sadly - it's not something enjoyable, something fantastic - the death of a soldier. It's a military attack."
The family and friends of a "lovable giant" who died when a police helicopter crashed through the roof of a busy pub have gathered to remember him.
Mark O'Prey was on a night out to watch one of his favourite bands at Glasgow's Clutha bar when the helicopter fell out of the sky.
The 44-year-old was one of nine people who died in the disaster on November 29.
His funeral service was held in his home town of East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, where hundreds of mourners packed into St Bride's RC Church to pay their respects.
Among them were pupils from the nearby St Andrew's and St Bride's school, which Mr O'Prey's son Liam, 15, attends.
Last week, the family of Mr O'Prey described him as a "lovable giant". They believe he died while trying to help others escape the pub.
Prime Minister David Cameron has opened tributes in Parliament recognising the legacy of the former South African President Nelson Mandela.
He said: "Nelson Mandela was a towering figure in our lifetime, a pivotal figure in the history of South Africa and the world, and it's right that we meet in this Parliament to pay tribute to his character, his achievements, and his legacy."
Adebolajo admits wasn't 100% sure Lee Rigby was a soldier but says "he was a fusilier, a professional machine gunner.. A soldier was killed"
Five people including Blackburn Rovers footballer DJ Campbell have been bailed until April following their arrests as part of a spot-fixing investigation.
The National Crime Agency said a sixth person is still being questioned as part of the probe.
DJ Campbell is the latest, and most high profile, footballer known to have been arrested as part of a spot-fixing investigation.
- A 32-year-old striker who currently plays for Blackburn Rovers in the Championship
- Shot prominence in 2005 with his goalscoring exploits at non-league Yeading, which led to a £500,000 move to Premier League Birmingham City
- Joined Leicester City in 2007 for £1.6 million, but scored just five goals for the club.
- Moved to Blackpool in 2010 for a club record fee of £1.25m and had his most successful season, scoring an impressive 13 goals in the Premier League
- Queens Park Rangers bought him for £1.2m in 2011, but he failed to shine in west London and signed for Blackburn, where he has so far failed to score a goal.
- Has also played for Ipswich, Derby County and Brentford.