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The Malaysian Transport Minister Mishamuuddin Hussein has given his assurances to the families of those on board the missing Malaysian Airlines plane, the searches will not "reduce in tempo".
Speaking at a news conference, he told reporters the search for MH370 now covers 27,000 nautical miles.
Mr Hussein explained a total of 12 countries are now involved in the search, 42 ships and 39 aircraft.
He added that more experts were now being drafted in to examine both military and civil data collected.
One of Labour's biggest donors has challenged Ed Miliband to offer the British people an in/out referendum on EU membership "regardless of future events".
Mr Miliband yesterday pledged to offer a vote if there was any transfer of powers from Westminster to Brussels.
But John Mills, the millionaire founder of JML home shopping, said there was "often disagreement over what constitutes a 'transfer of powers'."
"I want to see a Labour government in 2015 and, as the party that trusts the people, I think we should recognise that the growth of the EU's influence over Britain in the past 40 years warrants a referendum regardless of future events."
Publicist Max Clifford has arrived at Southwark Crown Court as his indecent assault trial is set to continue.
A 23-year-old serving soldier will appear in court today charged with the murder of Corporal Geoffrey McNeill.
Richard Farrell, who has been in custody at Shrewsbury police station since his arrest at the weekend, is expected to appear at Telford Magistrates' Court later, West Mercia Police said.
A new crackdown from financial regulators could put a quarter of payday lenders out of business, the head of the Financial Conduct Authority has said.
Martin Wheatley told Radio 4's Today programme:
"I think our processes will force approximately a quarter of the firms out of the industry and that’s a good thing because those are the firms that have poor practices, and for the rest, we want them to improve.”
Police witness Lt Col Vermeulen has been demonstrating various potential angles the toilet door could have been struck with a cricket bat from.
He says the marks on the toilet door are consistent with Pistorius not having his legs on.
A 23-year-old serving soldier has been charged with murdering Corporal Geoffrey McNeil, who was found dead at Clive Barracks in Tern Hill, Shropshire, West Mercia Police said.
Police officer Lt Col Vermeulen from South African Police Service is now giving evidence to the murder trial in Pretoria.
The toilet door stands as an exhibit in court and various pictures of the scene of the incident are being shown to the court.
Witness lifts Pistorius cricket bat. He walks to door to show court how he believes bat struck the door
The witness is being instructed by defence lawyer Barry Roux to hit the door in various ways.
Chris Tarrant has spent a week in hospital after suffering a mini-stroke on an 11-hour plane journey, his agent has told The Sun.
The Who Want to be Millionaire presenter, 67, was rushed from Heathrow Airport to hospital in West London after falling ill on a plane from Burma.
At first doctors thought he had suffered an asthma attack, before discovering a potentially fatal blood clot in his leg.
Tarrant's agent Paul Vaughan told the paper (£): “The doctor describes it as a mini stroke, probably brought on by the asthma and bronchitis on the plane. They found a clot which they managed to break up."
He added: “He is determined to leave hospital. But he’s not going back to work. This is a nasty wake-up call.”