The leaders of the three main pro-union parties have signed an open letter pledging "extensive new powers" to the Scottish Parliament in the event of a No vote.
Shaun Wright has stepped down as South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner after weeks of pressure over the Rotherham sexual abuse scandal, his office has announced.
The headmaster of Victoria College has paid tribute to David Miller, one of the British tourists murdered on the Thai island resort of Koh Tao.
The hunt for the killer of two British tourists on the Thai island resort of Koh Tao has switched its focus, as police question three Burmese migrant workers after CCTV footage showed an Asian man "prowling" near the murder-scene.
An initial hunt for a British man has been downplayed by police on the island with all investigations currently focused on the new lead.
The behaviour of the Asian man caught on CCTV near the place where David Miller and Hannah Witheridge were murdered was the cause of this sudden switch in inquiries, a senior police officer said.
House prices surged by 11.7% across the UK during the 12 months to July to reach a new record high of £272,000, according to Office for National Statistics data.
The rate of Consumer Price Index inflation fell to 1.5% in August from 1.6% in July, official figures showed today.
The rate of Retail Price Index inflation also fell to 2.4% from 2.5% the previous month, the Office for National Statistics said.
A Home Affairs Select Committee report on this summer's passport crisis in which holidaymakers suffered severe delays, exposed David Cameron's complacency over the situation, the shadow immigration minister has said.
"Ultimately ministers have to take responsibility and admit it was their mistakes that led to the crisis, and that their response simply wasn't good enough", Mr Hanson said.
An Iraqi civilian who was found dead four months after being released by British armed forces during the Iraq war did not have his human rights breached, judges in the European Court of Human Rights have ruled.
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff Army General Martin Dempsey have been scheduled to testify before Congress over President Obama's strategy to combat Islamic State extremists in Iraq and Syria, according to the Associated Press.
The hearings are the first in a series that will measure the president's ability to rally congressional support.
President Obama announced last week an intensified phase in the US counter-offensive against IS in Iraq, which could entail strikes inside Syria. The president said he had the authority to order the airstrikes without new congressional approval.