A whistleblower has claimed police put a "ceiling" on the number of people they could arrest in the 2012 Rochdale abuse case. Sara Rowbotham told ITV News, "They didn't arrest enough perpetrators."
The bodies of 150 members of an Iraqi Sunni tribe which fought Islamic State have been found in a mass grave, security officials say.
IS militants took the men from their villages to the city of Ramadi and killed them on Wednesday, security officials said.
Israeli police have shot dead a Palestinian suspected of trying to kill far-right Jewish activist Yehuda Glick.
Moataz Hezaji was suspected of shooting Glick from a motorbike as he left a conference at the Menachem Begin Heritage Centre
Police shot him dead on a rooftop in the Abu Tor area of east Jerusalem, where there have today been clashes with Palestinian residents.
The incident has led to the closure of the Temple Mount site, a holy site for both Jews and Muslims.
Glick has caused controversy by campaigning for Jews to be able to pray at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, one of Islam's holiest sites.
The 48-year-old is in a serious but stable condition in hospital, doctors said.
Stockport MP Ann Coffey, who led a report into child sexual exploitation, has said the authorities' response to abuse "shouldn't be a postcode lottery".
ITV News Granada Political Reporter Daniel Hewitt reports:
Barclays has set aside £500 million in anticipation of fines from regulators over alleged rigging of foreign exchange markets.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have both launched investigations into the alleged manipulation of the £3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.
Last month, it was reported that Barclays was one of six banks facing fines of hundreds of millions of pounds after the FCA began talks to settle its inquiry into the scandal.
The bank announced the £500m provision as it posted a 4% rise in profits to £1.22bn in the third quarter of this year.
It said the £500 million set aside was "relating to ongoing investigations into foreign exchange with certain regulatory authorities".
British presenter and actor James Corden has become a father for the second time.
Corden's wife Julia gave birth on Monday to a baby girl who has been named Carey - which was her maiden name before they married two years ago.
The couple's first child Max is now three.
Corden, 36, is due to make his US chat show debut in March when he succeeds Scottish star Craig Ferguson on CBS's The Late Late Show.
Nick Clegg has insisted he and David Cameron are "as one" in their outrage at the extra money demanded from the UK for the EU budget.
"We are not going to pay this money by the December 1 deadline that has been set," the Deputy Prime Minister told his weekly LBC radio phone-in.
"It is a completely arbitrary, random way to behave to suddenly have this bill dropped into your lap without any warning and without any explanation.;"
Mr Clegg added that the UK needed to "build alliances" to challenge the European Commission demands, adding: "We are not going to pay this money. It is not a way to do these things. It is not just a British problem, it is a European problem.
Israel's closure of a mosque compound in Jerusalem has been labelled a "declaration of war" by Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas.
The Israeli government closed the site after the shooting of Jewish activist Yehuda Glick last night.
The area is known as Noble Sanctuary to Muslims and includes the third most holy site in Islam, the al-Aqsa Mosque.
But it also the holiest site for Jews, who call it Temple Mount.
Reacting to the closure of the site, a spokesman for Mr Abbas quoted him as saying: "This dangerous Israeli escalation is a declaration of war on the Palestinian people and its sacred places and on the Arab and Islamic nation."
Before he was shot, Mr Glick was speaking at an event advocating for Jewish prayer rights at the Temple Mount site.
He is now being treated in hospital, where his condition is reported as being serious but stable, according to local media.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has said the "war on drugs is not working".
His comments came after a Liberal Democrat report published today found drug laws had no impact on levels of substance misuse.
Speaking on LBC radio, he said it should be a "wake up call" to the other parties that the current system was failing.