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The Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has suspended a specialist liver surgeon linked to the "avoidable deaths" of eight patients he operated on in South Wales.
Virgin Trains has tweeted that train services to and from London Euston "should resume shortly" after the station was evacuated:
INFO: Staff are now being allowed back in to London Euston after a small fire has now been extinguished. Services should resume shortly.
National Rail enquiries says there are delays of half an hour:
#Euston station is reopening, residual delays of up 30 minutes are expected.
NEW: London Euston has been evacuated due to an incident. I will provide further information as soon as I have it
INFO: All trains are suspended in and out of London Euston until further notice.
A US actress has pleaded guilty to making the highly toxic agent ricin that was sent in letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in May this year.
Shannon Guess Richardson, from Texas, whose career included minor roles in TV shows such as The Walking Dead and The Vampire Diaries pleaded guilty to charges of manufacturing and possessing the biological agent ricin, which was found in the letters.
As part of a deal reached with federal prosecutors that has yet to be approved by a judge, the 36-year-old would spend 18 years in prison and then five years on supervised release, according to court documents.
The Prime Minister has admitted that he is on "Team Nigella", after intimate details of the celebrity cook's personal life and her former marriage to Charles Saatchi were revealed in a high-profile court case.
In an interview with The Spectator, Mr Cameron was asked if he was on Team Nigella: "I am," he said. "I’m a massive fan, I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting her a couple of times and she always strikes me as a very funny and warm person, but I’m also an amateur cook and I like like her recipes."
The prime minister added that he and his nine-year-old daughter Nancy "sometimes watch a bit of Nigella on telly. Not in court, I hasten to add."
Mike Tyson has said changes to UK immigration law banning him from entering the country are "disheartening".
The former boxer is barred from the UK due to a six-year sentence for rape that he received in 1992.
– Mike Tyson
I was greatly disappointed when I learned of United Kingdom's immigration law changes that went into effect December 2012.
I have been coming to the UK consistently in the past decade so this change is disheartening since it affects my current entry standing.
I apologise to my fans that were inconvenienced, however, please know I am currently working diligently with the proper authorities to regain access next year for my UK tour...
I have a great deal of respect for the laws of the United Kingdom and will continue taking the proper steps for re-entry.
The Russian parliament accused Western nations of interfering and said protests against Kiev's policy U-turn away from the EU and towards Moscow were destabilising.
The statement came as US assistant secretary of state Victoria Nuland and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton visited Kiev.
Representing the EU, Baroness Ashton expressed concern at a raid by masked police on the Kiev offices of jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko's political party.
The EU considers Tymoshenko a political prisoner and had sought her freedom as part of the negotiations for the now-mothballed trade pact.
Former heavyweight champion boxer Mike Tyson has said he was "greatly disappointed" when he learned he could not enter the UK and would "continue taking the proper steps for re-entry".
British scientist Peter Higgs received his Nobel Prize from Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf in a pompous ceremony at the Stockholm Concert Hall.
The Edinburgh University emeritus professor collected the prestigious award with Francois Englert for their work on the theory of the Higgs boson.