European migrants will be banned from claiming a range of benefits for the first four years after they arrive in the UK, under radical immigration reforms set out by David Cameron.
Thames Valley Police carried out a warrant at a guest house in Oxford, in connection with an investigation into sexual exploitation.
Twenty officers executed the multi-agency warrant at the Athena Guest House in Cowley Road under Section 8 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984.
The warrant is in relation to a report received by police about possible prostitution and sexual exploitation in Oxford.
It was also attended by representatives from Oxford City Council, the multi-agency Kingfisher unit, based at Cowley Police Station, and the Elmore Independent Trauma Adviser Team.
A 45-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of intentionally arrange / facilitate entry into the UK of a person with a view to engaging in sexual exploitation.
A woman has also been arrested on suspicion of intentionally arrange / facilitate entry into the UK of a person with a view to engaging in sexual exploitation.
Five women were taken from the guest house and are now being supported by specially trained officers.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will outline his pledge for English devolution in a speech today in Sunderland.
Miliband will promised to deliver £30 billion worth of devolution to English city and country regions. He is expected to say:
The Black Friday rush has brought down major retailers' websites as thousands of shoppers hunt bargains online.
Tesco and Topshop were the latest stores to experience problems, although the clothing retailer appears to be back and up and running now.
Shoppers have been speaking about their terror over so called Black Friday events across Greater Manchester. Shaun Thompson, 21, went to the Stretford store, but saw fellow shoppers turn aggressive and start brawling.
Video by Craig Glover shows scenes inside Tesco Stretford shortly after midnight
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court today following his detention by police in Mexico.
An arrest warrant was issued a fortnight ago for the 43-year-old in connection with an investigation into the sale of Rangers Football Club in 2011.
Whyte took control of the Ibrox club in May 2011 but it went into administration in February the following year.
It is understood he was held by police in Mexico on Wednesday and was flown to Heathrow airport in London yesterday, where he was detained by Police Scotland officers.
This video shows shoppers fighting for a bargain in the Tesco supermarket in Havant trying to grab a Black Friday deal.
A man attacked a frail 84-year-old woman and stole her handbag, leaving her with a fractured wrist and cuts to her face.
The attack happened as the woman was walking home from a shopping trip on Larch Walk in Yardley on Sunday 16 November at 4.15pm.
Two power generation firms have been fined £39 million by the industry regulator for failing to deliver energy saving measures to low-income households.
Yorkshire-based Drax Power will pay out £28 million for not hitting targets under the Government's Community Energy Saving Programme.
The company delivered just 37.1% of its carbon emissions reduction target, leading to thousands of households missing out on measures which would have helped lower bills.
Ofgem also handed a penalty of £11 million to generator InterGen after it delivered 61.2% of its required energy saving measures to around 2,200 households by the end of May 2013.