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In his third interview with police, Adebolajo asked one of the officers to explain why he was questioning him.
"Relate it back to why you feel this will benefit Lee Rigby's family and ensure the safety of the British people," he said, sitting covered in a blue blanket with a copy of the Koran in front of him.
The officer replied: "Lee Rigby was a soldier who was killed on Wednesday 22nd, as you know.
"The family of Lee Rigby are obviously very upset about it, and I'm trying to ask you as part of an investigation."
Moments later he left the interview room, after the officer asked him to use "plain and simple" language.
Michael Adebolajo walked out of 3rd police interview objecting to questions. Technical probs means jury cant see 4th interview so back tmmrw
Nigella Lawson has admitted in court she smoked cannabis in the last year of her marriage to art dealer Charles Saatchi.
"I have to be honest, I have smoked the odd joint," she said. "I found it made an intolerable situation tolerable".
Ms Lawson continued: "It's a false friend and not a good idea. I found the answer was in changing the situation and trying to create a tolerable situation for me and my family.
"I have to say, since freeing myself from a brilliant but brutal man, I'm now totally cannabis, cocaine, any drug-free."
Nigella Lawson has told a court she took cocaine when she was being "subjected to intimate terrorism" by her ex-husband Charles Saatchi.
Speaking at the fraud trial of their former personal assistants Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo, Ms Lawson said she felt "isolated and in fear of ... just unhappy", adding, "A friend of mine offered me some cocaine. I took it".
The TV cook said there were two times in her life when she had taken cocaine, once in July 2010 when she was "having a very, very difficult time" with Mr Saatchi and on another occasion with her first husband John Diamond when he found out he had terminal cancer.
"It gave him some escape," she told Isleworth Crown Court.
A pathologist has told the Lee Rigby murder trial that the soldier suffered "numerous and very deep" wounds to his neck and that it would have taken "severe force" to inflict some of them.
There were stab wounds nearly six inches (14.4cm) deep in his chest, some of which had damaged his lung and breastbone, and there were also injuries to his arms, pathologist Simon Poole told the court.
Dr Poole found that the cause of death was "multiple incised wounds".
He said one of the wounds to the soldier's arms could have been defensive, or could have been inflicted as he lay unconscious.
Nigella Lawson has told Isleworth Crown Court that she has taken cocaine twice in her life but added that the claim she was a "drug addict or habitual" user of the drug is "absolutely ridiculous".
An Australian radio DJ at the centre of the royal hoax call has left her employer almost a year the incident forced her radio show off the air.
Mel Greig and Southern Cross Austereo, which runs 2Day FM, released a joint statement saying they have "amicably resolved all aspects of their dispute arising from the royal hoax call".
Ms Greig and co-host Michael Christian called the King Edward VII's Hospital on December 5 last year posing as the Queen and Prince Charles when the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated for a rare form of pregnancy sickness.
Southern Cross Austereo said it has "at all times taken complete responsibility for the hoax call" and that it "greatly regrets the unforeseeable tragic aftermath" following the death of nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Ms Greig "intends to provide a statement to the UK coroner’s inquest and Southern Cross Austereo will continue to fully co-operate with the inquest", the statement added.
Jury hearing about details of injuries to Lee Rigby including 14 to head and neck #woolwich
The man who called the police to a disturbance in Leeds in the early hours of this morning, has told ITV News that he heard multiple gunshots which "sounded like fireworks".
Kieran Williams said he heard a glass bottle come through the bathroom window before hearing gunshots around an hour later.
A female officer was shot and is said to be in a "poorly but stable" condition in hospital.
A 37-year-old man believed to be James Leslie has been arrested in connection with the shooting.
The 1.7 billion euros (£1.4 billion) fines for eight major banks imposed by the European Commission for rigging benchmark interest rates is to be ploughed back into the EU's budget, says ITV News Business Editor Laura Kuenssberg:
Proceeds from bank fines go back to EU budget