The leader of Greece's left-wing party Syriza has promised to end "austerity and destruction" after his election victory. But the result has sparked fears of a fresh crisis in the eurozone.
The Church of England's first female bishop will be consecrated in a ceremony later today.
The Reverend Libby Lane, 48, will be ordained as the new Bishop of Stockport in a service, conducted by the Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu, at York Minister.
It comes months after the General Synod formally adopted legislation allowing women bishops.
Speaking at the time her appointment was announced, the mother-of-two hailed the moment as "significant", adding: "I'm the first, but I won't be the only."
Thousands of supporters of leftist Syriza party are celebrating into the night in Athens after the anti-austerity party claimed victory in Sunday's snap election.
A motorist has been charged with drink-driving while allegedly speeding at 100 mph.
Police said the driver was arrested after being stopped in roadworks on the A38(M) in Birmingham, where a temporary 30mph limit is currently in place.
Officers said the driver was more than double the legal limit after a reading of 72 microgrammes of alcohol was recorded while in custody.
The driver, who has not been named by police, is due to appear in court on February 10.
David Cameron has said the victory for far-left party Syriza in Greece will "increase economic uncertainty across Europe".