Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will attend a summit today to discuss the international response to Islamic State terrorists following the murder of a British aid worker.
David Cameron is expected to warn Scotland that a Yes vote for independence would be a "once-and-for-all decision".
The Prime Minister, who is in Scotland for the second time in five days, will urge voters not to "break up our family of nations".
One in four university students have suffered unwelcome sexual advances according to new research by the National Union of Students (NUS).
In the survey of over 2,000 male and female students the majority of respondents said they had experienced sexism, sexual harassment and assault within the university environment.
Almost 30% of respondents said they had endured unwanted sexual comments about their body while over half of those questioned believed that women students are more vulnerable than men.
The NUS say a 'lad culture' in universities is partly to blame for the survey findings and NUS President, Toni Pearce called on UK universities to stop ignoring the issue.
The bodies of two British tourists found on a beach on the popular Thai island of Koh Tao were discovered with "gruesome" head wounds, police have said,
Colonel Prachum Ruangthong said the man and woman were found on a rocky beach and their clothes and a bloodstained hoe were found nearby.
Police suspect the pair were killed with the hoe, leaving deep wounds on their heads.
Mr Prachum also said police are checking closed circuit TV footage at nearby restaurants, hotels and shops for clues.
Police are investigating after a body was found in a burning skip near the O2 Apollo theatre in Manchester. Police were called to the A57 Hyde road in Ardwick at around 5.30 this morning, the area has been sealed off for investigations. More information to follow.
Phones 4u's official Twitter account says the team is "heartbroken" that the company has been placed into administration threatening over 5,500 jobs.
Entrepreneur John Caudwell, who founded the business in the 1980s and sold it in 2006 for nearly £1.5bn, also took to Twitter to say how "sickened and saddened" he was by the news.
A murder investigation is underway after the bodies of two party-goers were found on a beach at an island resort in Thailand.
The pair, believed to be a British woman and an Irish man, were thought to have attended a beach party on Koh Tao - an area popular with tourists and scuba-divers.
Islanders have reportedly blocked off the local ferry dock to prevent any potential culprits leaving the island.
Four leading bookmakers have announced new voluntary measures in a bid to help "protect the vulnerable" from problem gambling.
William Hill, Ladbrokes, Coral and Paddy Power have all agreed to introduce a television advertising ban on sign-up offers before 9pm and set-up a new body, called the Senet Group, to "self-govern" the industry.
From 1 October, the industry will also start an advertising campaign on responsible gambling and withdraw gaming machines from shop windows.
There must be a "global response" to the "global threat" posed by Islamic State (IS) extremists, French president Francois Hollande has said.
Speaking at the start of a conference in Paris aimed at coordinating a strategy against IS, Hollande said: "What is the threat? It is global so the response must be global."