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An independent Scotland's first annual pension bill will be three times as much as oil revenues, according to former Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Mr Brown is expected to say that pensions would be more secure and cheaper to run if Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom, in a speech tomorrow for the anti-independence Better Together campaign.
Scotland faces a £100 billion public sector pensions bill and a "pensioner time bomb" as the number of elderly people grows faster than the working age population, Mr Brown will say.
A young British student on a football scholarship has died after collapsing in his college dormitory in the United States.
Peter McAvoy, 22, a student at Herkimer College in New York State, died on Saturday evening.
Mr McAvoy, from Dundee, who was captain of the college soccer team, was taken to nearby Little Falls Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The Manchester Evening News is reporting that Manchester United have "refused to deny" reports that David Moyes is to be sacked as manager.
BREAKING: Manchester United refuse to deny reports that David Moyes is to be sacked as manager. More soon
US Vice President Joe Biden is set to announce a package of assistance to Ukraine focused on the economy and the energy sector.
Mr Biden has arrived in Kiev for a two-day visit, where he will set out plans to help the Ukrainian government better exploit the country's natural gas resources, along with measures to ensure international aid money is spent efficiently.
Today is the warmest day of the Easter weekend with highs of 20C.
There will be some showers around the country as we head through the afternoon, with some lively enough to produce rumbles of thunder.
Watch the latest weather forecast with Lucy Verasamy.
Police say they believe a truck was 'deliberately' driven into a house in Derby as part of 'an ongoing localised dispute'.
A van was stolen from a waste management company in Staffordshire and driven into the property on Nottingham Road at around 4:50am.
Two men were seen leaving the scene in a white van.
No-one was inside the house at the time and no-one was injured.
Environment Agency have put booms into Leeds Liverpool canal at Armley as chemicals from the fire mixed with water from firefighters' jets spills into the watercourse.
The hearse carrying Peaches Geldof's body has arrived at a church in the Kent village of Davington ahead of her funeral, which is being attended by a host of well-known figures.
The coffin was painted sky blue, with clouds and flowers along the side and a picture of the Geldof family on the back.
Among the mourners was Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw, journalist Mariella Frostrup and the former Rolling Stones bassist, Bill Wyman.
Nigel Farage has defended a controversial new UKIP poster campaign that claims 26 million unemployed Europeans are "after" British jobs.
Labour MP Mike Gapes called the billboards "racist" and called on "decent" people to sign up and vote against UKIP in the European Parliament elections in May.
Another poster depicts a British construction worker begging on the street with the tagline "British workers are hit hard by unlimited cheap labour".
Mr Farage said the posters were a "hard-hitting reflection of reality as it is experienced by millions of British people struggling to earn a living outside the Westminster bubble.
Police are trying to find the owner(s) of jewellery found dumped in the garden of a property in Quebec Road, Tilbury, Essex last month.
The items do not match any reported as stolen in burglaries, so detectives are appealing for the owners to come forward if they recognise their property.
If you think the property is yours you can contact Pc Rory Phillips at the Thurrock Burglary and Tactical Team at Grays Police Station on 101, ext: 360150