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Murdered mother-of-two Yvonne Walsh was a warm and loving person who was "absolutely devoted to her two young children".
Wesley Williams was jailed for a minimum of 29 years for the murders of Ms Walsh, 25, and her seven-month-old son Harrison.
The bodies of the mother-of-two - whose other child was staying with relatives - and Harrison were found on June 2 after police forced entry to their home.
Detective Chief Inspector Sarbjit Johal, from the homicide investigation team, described Williams' actions as "shocking and senseless".
Speaking outside court, the officer said: "Yvonne's family described her as a warm and loving person who was a dedicated professional and absolutely devoted to her two young children.
"My thoughts are with their family, friends and the community that they lived in who are all still struggling to come to terms with their deaths."
Royal Bank of Scotland Group will pay $100 million (£61 million) to resolve US investigations into whether the bank violated sanctions laws against Iran, Sudan, Burma and Cuba, US authorities said.
ITV News Business Editor Laura Kuenssberg says:
And so it continues... RBS agrees to pay a 100 m dollar fines in US sanctions probe.....
Reuters says RBS fined over sanctions relating to Iran, Burma, Sudan and Cuba
RBS says fine relates to controls on dollar payments in the UK that it flagged to American authorities in 2010
The bank entered into agreements with the US Federal Reserve, the US Treasury Department and the New York State Department of Financial Services, Reuters reported.
Ed Miliband has suggested the public's confidence and trust in the political system will be undermined unless the uncertainty over MPs' pay is resolved.
Mr Miliband has said all three party leaders should meet the head of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority to voice their concerns over the planned 11 per cent pay rise.
Royal Mail is set to join London's leading stock index the FTSE 100 later this month, FTSE Group has confirmed.
Royal Mail, which began trading on the London Stock Exchange on October 15, will trade on the FTSE 100 from December 23 following a surge in its share price.
Ed Miliband has said all three party leaders should make clear their opposition to the head of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa)'s expected recommendation of an 11 per cent pay rise to MPs tomorrow.
In a letter to David Cameron, the Labour leader wrote: "I believe the three party leaders should meet Sir Ian Kennedy tomorrow to make clear our view that we cannot go ahead with the current proposition."
The gestures of a man who was supposed to be interpreting the Mandela memorial for deaf viewers was "talking gibberish", according to the principal of a Johannesburg school for the deaf.
Ingrid Parken said she had to leave the room because she was so disgusted by what she saw during the service.
Ambi Sitham told the court that she sat next to Rebekah Brooks at the meal in 2003 and that Brooks had suggested they keep in touch.
She told the jury she went to give her telephone number to Brooks.
"Piers [Morgan] turned to me and said 'Careful - she'll tap your phone'," she told the court.
Cross-examined by Clare Sibson, representing Brooks, Ms Sitham told the court she was "definitely a little bit concerned" by Mr Morgan's comment.
"I wasn't sure how serious the threat was," she added.
Brooks denies all the charges against her and the trial continues.
The US state department has posted a picture of the staff's gift to Secretary of State John Kerry for his 70th birthday - a box of cookies:
Spoke to FW de Klerk as he emerged from Mandela lying in state. "I'm very sad... It touched heart deeply"