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The Prime Minister joked about the infamous "selfie" he featured in alongside US President Obama and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt today.
During Prime Minister's Questions, MP Martin Horwood referred to the photo - which has been widely covered in the international press - in a question about roaming charges.
The Prime Minister said it was "only polite" to oblige a request from a "member of the Kinnock family" - referring to the fact that the Danish leader is daughter-in-law to the former Labour politician Neil Kinnock.
Police have arrested a 33-year-old man on suspicion of offences under the Dangerous Dogs Act following the death of a woman in Leeds.
It follows the death of Emma Bennett who was taken to hospital critically ill after receiving serious dog bite injuries in an incident at her home in Dawlish Avenue.
– Det Supt Simon Beldon West Yorkshire Police
"Early indications are that the two dogs seized from the address are American pit bull terriers although tests are still ongoing to establish their exact make up. Dogs of this type are subject to restrictions under the Dangerous Dogs Act and our enquiries are focused on this aspect.
"We are continuing to appeal for anyone with information about the incident or the dogs involved in it to contact the investigation team."
Pope Francis has been named TIME's Person of the Year for 2013.
He became the pontiff in March this year following the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI in February.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed Lloyds Banking Group) and Halifax and involved the sale of individual savings accounts and income protection insurance products between 2010 and 2012.
More than one million products were sold to nearly 700,000 customers over the period.
Lloyds TSB also offered a "champagne bonus" that could see an adviser land a windfall worth 35 per cent of their monthly salary.
The FCA investigation said the bonus schemes had worrying "higher risk" features, which offered the potential of an automatic promotion and pay rise.
As the largest charity in the UK working with deaf people, we are shocked by the quality of sign language interpretation at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial - if it could be called interpretation at all.
The use of appropriately qualified communication support is crucial to ensure that deaf people can engage with and access the same opportunities as hearing people.
– Paul Breckell, Chief Executive of Action on Hearing Loss
Sign Language, be it British, International or South African, is a visual and expressive language yet the limited number of signs, the amount of repetition, lack of facial expressions and huge gaps in translation meant that deaf or hard of hearing people across the world were completely excluded from one of the biggest events in recent history.
The government was defiant today after it emerged former boxing champion Mike Tyson was banned from entering the UK under new immigration rules.
Immigration Minister Mark Harper said the fact that the former heavyweight champion had been refused entry was "welcome" and proof that the Home Office was getting to grips with immigration. He said:
"The rules don't change just because the offender is famous.
"People have to obey the law, this Government makes no apology for toughening up the rules in 2012, and they will apply to people evenly, whether they are famous or not."
Prime Minister David Cameron has said he thinks it would be "simply unacceptable" for MPs to get a pay rise "at a time of public sector pay restraint".
Responding to Ed Miliband's question on a proposed pay rise "many times above inflation" in 2015, Cameron said there was agreement across the three main political parties on this issue.
He also said the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority - which is proposing a rise worth £7,600 - needed to "think again".
Nigella Lawson has signed an exclusive deal to be interviewed by American chat show host Oprah Winfrey, it was claimed in court today.
Defence barrister for Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo said Ms Lawson was due to appear on the show in January as she cross-examined her personal assistant Anzelle Wasserman. Ms Arden said:
"You know, don't you, that Miss Lawson has signed an exclusive agreement with Oprah Winfrey in January?"
"That's not correct," Ms Wasserman replied, but did not elaborate on what details were or were not accurate.
Rock band Slade have topped the list of earners this Christmas as their 1973 hit 'Merry Xmas Everybody' rakes in hundreds of thousands of pounds.
The Performing Right Society, which collects royalties for artists when their songs are played in public, estimates that the group has earned more than £500,000 already this season.
The top five Christmas earners for 2013 are as follows:
1) Slade, Merry Xmas Everybody - £512,000
2) The Pogues, Fairytale of New York - £386,270
3) Mariah Carey, All I Want For Christmas Is You - £347,615
4) Wham!, Last Christmas - £301,622
5) Cliff Richard, Mistletoe & Wine - £98,408