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Glastonbury, one of the world's biggest festivals has been granted a licence to run for the next ten years.
It means the famous festival which has been running since 1970 will now be able to hold the event at Worthy Farm in Somerset until 2024.
Graffiti artist Banksy has re-worked his famous 'Balloon Girl' to mark the third anniversary of the Syria conflict.
On his website, Banksy writes of an incident in the Syrian town of Daraa on March 6, 2001, in which 15 children were arrested and tortured for painting "anti-authoritarian graffiti".
It goes on: "The protests that followed their detention led to an outbreak of violence across the country that would see a domestic uprising transform into a civil war displacing 9.3 million people from their homes."
On March 15, vigils will be held across the world to mark the anniversary of the crisis. They are being organised via #withsyria
An alleged victim claimed that after her meeting with Max Clifford she told her sister that the publicist had said she could be a UK version of Jodie Foster.
The woman said she also told her sibling that Clifford had asked her to take off her rugby shirt but did not tell her that she had taken her bra off, a jury heard.
The sister "was surprised but not shocked" by what the alleged victim had told her.
The alleged victim told her parents that she had a meeting with the PR guru but did not tell her parents that he had asked her to take her top off, Southwark Crown Court heard.
Clifford denies 11 counts of indecent assault against seven alleged victims.
ITV Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship has been tweeting from Ed Miliband's speech this morning on the European Union.
Ed Miliband ends his Q&A reaffirming his overall position: "We gain more not less from being part of the European Union"
The excesses of the EU include the "separate parliament building in Strasbourg" says Miliband
Miliband: what Cameron has done (pledged 2017 referendum) has "sent a chill down the spine of businesses round the world"
Former Co-operative Group boss Euan Sutherland has said he hopes his decision to quit will act as a catalyst for reform.
In an interview with the BBC, he said he hopes his departure would force through the changes needed among senior staff whom he called "ungovernable".
The senior democrats talk the talk of reform, but in practice they won't do it. My hope is that from the resignation will come healthy reform.
A 23-year-old soldier has appeared in court charged with murdering a fellow member of his unit who was found dead at their barracks.
Lance Corporal Richard Farrell was remanded in custody until a court hearing at the end of the month.