Live news stream
The Government has announced £2.26m funding for a project in Wales to help armed services veterans adjust to civilian life.
The cash comes from a £40m fund taken from fines on financial institutions involved in the Libor rate-fixing scandal.
It means the First Choice Housing Association's accommodation scheme will be able to help former service personnel who want to settle in Wales and the borders.
The Prime Minister said in a statement: "This Libor funding will help veterans in Wrexham, Ceredigion and Flintshire to make the transition into civilian life, providing assistance as they find new jobs and homes."
The Prime Minister has announced an extra £1m funding for an Armed Services Memorial honouring veterans who have served in conflicts including Iraq and Afghanistan.
Downing St said the Government was committed to funding the monument, which is at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, until 2020.
The memorial commemorates over 16,000 people who have died on duty since the end of World War II.
There will be a dedication service on Monday for the 17 service personnel who died on duty in 2013.
Using sunbeds can significantly raise the risk of developing a skin cancer far more common than melonoma, the condition often associated with artificial tanning.
Scientists said by age 55 those using sunbeds regularly were 90% more likely to develop squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) , a more common type of skin cancer than melonoma.
However, users of high intensity UV sunbeds were 180% more likely to develop SCC than those who do not use sunbeds at all.
A future Labour government would make it mandatory to report allegations of child sex abuse in a bid to prevent a repeat of the scandal in Rotherham.
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper said the move would help change the culture of institutions that had not taken abuse seriously enough in the past.
She told the Observerthe proposal would "challenge the idea that any professional should be tempted to think that things can be solved quietly or privately by brushing them under the carpet".
The EU will decide on new sanctions against the Russian government within a week, according to the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.
She said there would be new measures if the situation on the ground in Ukraine does not change or if it deteriorates.
Hampshire Police say it is not yet clear when five-year-old Ashya King might return to the UK from Spain, where he was found by police this evening.
The youngster, who was being treated for a brain tumour at a hospital in Southampton, is now receiving care in a Spanish hospital.
Assistant Chief Constable Chris Shead told reporters: "It's too soon to say when Ashya will come home, quite clearly that will depend on his medical conditoin, that really is a matter for the doctors, rest assured nobody is going to do anything that will endanger his medical condition."
A senior officer with Hampshire Police says it "might take a bit of time" before the King family return to the UK after they travelled to Spain with five-year-old Ashya.
A group of officers will travel to the Spanish city of Malaga to speak to Brett and Naghemeh King about why they took their son from a hospital in Southampton.
Assistant Chief Constable Chris Shead said the Kings could return to the UK "reasonably quickly" but past experience "suggests it might take a bit of time".
Hampshire Police will send a team of officers to the Spanish city of Malaga to investigate why Ashya King was removed from hospital by his parents.
Assistant Chief Constable Chris Shead told reporters: "Tomorrow morning we will be sending a team of officers to Malaga, they will liaise with our Spanish counterparts and we will continue the investigation from that point onwards."
"We now need to speak to those parents at the appropriate time to detemine exactl ywhat was the motivation behind them taking Ashya," he added.
The parents of five-year-old Ashya King have been arrested by Spanish police and taken to a police station, Hampshire Constabulary have announced.
Speaking to reporters, Assistant Chief Constable Chris Shead said: " The parents have been arrested, they've been taken to a police station, there are no winners in this situation."
"I've said all along that this must be a terribly distressing time for Ashya's family and I stand by that now," he added.
ITV News Correspondent Sejal Karia has been following developments.
Police: parents arrested using European Arrest Warrant on grounds of neglect but will now question them why they took their son
Police: police in Malaga stopped the family car while on a routine patrol.