ITV News has obtained CCTV footage of a man described by Thai police as the "prime suspect" in the murder of two British tourists on the island resort of Koh Tao. Police in Thailand are questioning three migrant workers from Burma over the killings.
Banking giant UBS has warned that anything other than a decisive No vote at the Scottish referendum risks an economic slump in the country.
A narrow victory for the No campaign and a retention of the Union could still lead to an economic downturn, as uncertain investors may be spooked by the possibility of another referendum in the near future, the bank said.
UBS economist Paul Donovan said the so-called "Quebec scenario", named after the economic dip the province suffered after narrowly rejecting independence from Canada in 1995, could threaten jobs and investment.
In the event of a Yes vote, Mr Donovan suggested that the UK monetary union may not last the transitional phase as savers with Scottish banks "scramble" to take their money out of the country.
The detective in charge of the investigation into missing teenager Alice Gross said a missing Latvian man could have "vital information" about her disappearance.
Detective Superintendent Carl Mehta said there was "nothing to suggest" that Arnis Zalkalns knew Alice, but that his regular route to work may have brought him into contact with her.
Two men were killed in a helicopter crash in East Yorkshire, police have confirmed.
Rod Marwood, 67, course chairman at Flamborough Head Golf Club, said he was about 400 yards away when the helicopter crashed:
Mr Marwood said the site of the crash was at the bottom of 250 foot high sheer cliffs.
Ed Miliband had a tough time on a walkabout in Edinburgh today as Yes campaign supporters attempted to shout down the Labour leader.
Mr Miliband struggled to move through a large crowd of reporters and supporters of both sides, although he did manage to stop for a selfie with a local student.
As he attempted to answer questions about the campaign, one Yes supporter repeatedly shouted "bow down to Mr Miliband, your imperial master".
News Editor at ITV News, Laura Wilshaw, reported from Edinburgh:
Coastguard, police and ambulances are all working at the scene of a helicopter crash in East Yorkshire.
The helicopter was seen crashing off the coast near Flamborough at 1.40pm today, Humberside Police said.
Half of Brits believe more decision-making powers should be devolved to English and Welsh cities and regions following the debate over Scottish independence, according to the ComRes/ITV News Index poll.
When asked whether they supported or opposed giving more decision-making powers on issues such as tax, education and policing to big cities:
- 48% supported the measure
- 25% were opposed
- 27% said they did not know
However, 47% of those surveyed were opposed to Wales holding a referendum on independence compared to 23% who supported the move.