David Cameron has said he is angry about the European Union demand for a £1.7 billion surcharge.
Luis Suarez admits he has sought professional help in the hope he can cure his impulse to bite.
During the World Cup Giorgio Chiellini was his third on-pitch biting victim, seeing the Uruguayan banned four months.
The Barcelona striker, who is sent to make his club debut on Saturday against Real Madrid, told the Guardian: "I think all the bad things I have been through are in the past. I believe I am on the right path now, dealing with the people who can help me, the right kind of people."
“Everyone has different ways of defending themselves. In my case, the pressure and tension came out in that way. There are other players who react by breaking someone’s leg, or smashing someone’s nose across their face. What happened with Chiellini is seen as worse. I understand why biting is seen so badly.”
The father of a man who was forced to labour on a farm without pay for 13 years has called his son's ordeal "appalling" and said it has "caused a lot of harm".
Urging the public to be vigilant, he said that "this form of slavery could be happening right under your noses," and urged anyone who suspects they may be a victim of slavery to call the police on 101.
Firefighters in England are to strike for four days from October 31 over a dispute with the Government concerning pensions, the Fire Brigades Union has announced.
While money and resources continue to pour into the areas worst affected by the Ebola outbreak, the costs of fighting the disease remain huge.
Hussein Ibrahim from the International Medical Corps said it cost around £800,000 to run one clinic in the capital of Sierra Leone, Freetown.
Mr Ibrahim also said running a 100-bed facility needed 250 staff so the IMC needs volunteers as well as money.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reports from Sierra Leone.
Asked by ITV News Europe Editor James Mates if Britain would pay the suprise £1.7bn EU surcharge now or later, David Cameron said it was "not happening".
"I want to see proper meetings take place, emergency talks to happen," he said.
"Two billion euros - that is bigger than a lot of countries' gross contributions.
"It is not not an acceptable way to run this organisation."
A visibly angered David Cameron told a press conference today that he simply would not pay the surprise £1.7bn surcharge handed to Britain by the EU.
"It is not acceptable. It is an appalling way to behave," he said.
"I am not paying that bill on December 1st and if people think I'm going to they've got another thing coming. It is not going to happen."
Millions of doses of an Ebola vaccine will be ready by the end of 2015, World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.
The organisation said "money will not be an issue" when developing and distributing vaccines against the deadly virus.
Potential manufacturers have committed to ensuring vaccines are sold at affordable prices, a WHO official added.