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A yellow 'be aware' warning of ice has been issued by the Met Office for Friday.
The warnings are in place in the East and West Midlands.
Areas that could be affected include Derbyshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Telford and Wrekin, Worcestershire and Stoke-on-Trent.
There are still 3,000 homes without power across Cumbria this evening.
So far electricity has successfully been restored to 7,000 homes since lunch time.
Electricity North West have drafted in extra engineers and will continue to work throughout the evening to restore power to customers as quickly as possible.
The police have said 300 homes have been evacuated in the village of Port Clarence, in Stockton-on-Tees.Cleveland Police said those people affected would be taken to a rest centre by officers and staff at the scene.
They warned people to avoid the area, which had suffered power cuts, as well as the Middlehaven area of Middlesbrough.
Northumbria Police said they were now receiving reports of flooding in Sunderland, South Tyneside, Gateshead, North Tyneside, Newcastle and Northumberland.
Nigella Lawson told a court it was "completely wrong" to suggest that she frequently came downstairs at her home with white powder on her face or had a constant runny nose.
Karina Arden, representing defendant Francesca Grillo, accused Ms Lawson of "very regular use of cocaine" which "escalated in the last five years".
"That is categorically not the case," Ms Lawson replied. "My GP has seen me over a period of 10 to 12 years and he would know if these allegations held any truth."
But she admitted once joking about having a "cocaine habit" with a staff member as she applied make up.
The UK is in talks about providing "limited logistical support" in the Central African Republic.
The assistance could involve the use of a transport aircraft or similar logistical support but the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said there was no prospect of combat troops being sent.
An MoD spokesman said: "Following agreement on UNSCR today to strengthen role of international forces in the CAR, the UK is in discussions with the French about providing limited logistical support. Sending UK combat troops is not on the table."
The Environment Agency have lowered the Hull Tidal Surge Barrier as fears that strong winds could cause flooding.
The London Thames Barrier will also be used tonight.
Roy Hodgson has said he plans to keep England's players in a normal family environment until the pressures of the World Cup begin.
England players' partners became a controversial feature of the 2006 World Cup, with critics arguing their presence became a distraction, but Hodgson said he intends to allow the players to see their families.
Hodgson admitted the training pitch needed to be improved "enormously", but insisted he was generally very happy with the state of the training facilities and the surrounding area.
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Nigella Lawson has left Isleworth Crown Court in London after giving evidence for a second day in the fraud trial of her two former personal assistants.
A two-year-old boy was pulled to safety after accidentally falling into a deserted will in China.
The boy was stuck around ten meters below ground in Kaifeng County in central China's Henan Province.
Rescuers supplied oxygen to the child before a firefighter was sent headfirst down the well with a safety rope attached to his waist to pull the boy to safety.
He suffered scratches and was sent to hospital for further examination, according to medical workers at the site.
Michael Boateng and Hakeem Adelakun are the third and fourth people charged in connection with the investigation into an alleged international illegal betting syndicate.
Chann Sankaran and Krishna Sanjey Ganeshan were charged on November 28 and remain in custody.