Two Burmese immigrant workers have confessed to killing two British tourists on a Thai holiday island last month, police have said. The bodies of Hannah Witheridge, 23, and David Miller, 24, were found with severe head wounds on Koh Tao.
Philip Hammond said today's conference on dealing with the Ebola virus had seen "significant progress".
The Foreign Secretary said nations had offered money, airlift capability and personnel, with the expectation of "further pledges" of aid and financial support to come.
As many as 80 people may have been in recent contact with the man being treated for the disease in a Dallas hospital.
Health officials in Texas significantly raised the number from the 18 they had originally thought had come into contact with the man, who flew to the US from Liberia.
Officials said four members of the man's family had been asked to remain at home as a precaution.
The number of people "rolling over" their payday loans into a second month or more has reduced by three-quarters since tighter of the industry came into effect, an association representing the industry has said.
Many lenders allow customers to renew their borrowing month-on-month if they are unable to afford repayments - usually incurring extra costs.
Russell Hamblin-Boone, Chief Executive of the Consumer Finance Association, said Wonga's announcement of redress for thousands of customers who had fallen into arrears was representative of "the new lending landscape".
Tighter affordability checks from the Financial Conduct Authority had also meant a dramatic fall in the number of payday loans had been granted, he added.
Hamblin-Boone pointed out that a new "cost of credit cap" on the industry would control the prices of the loans, while further measures restricting the industry are due to be announced before the end of the year.
This afternoon will be mostly dry with some sunshine, especially in the north and Wales.
Temperatures remain high in the south, with highs of 22C.
Tonight will be very wet and windy in the north overnight, for the rest of us it should be calm and clearer before fog develops.
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Two Burmese immigrant workers have confessed to killing two young British tourists on a Thai holiday island last month, police have said.
Major General Kiattipong Khawsamang said that two of three Burmese workers questioned by police admitted murdering the couple.
He said the other man has denied involvement. Police have previously said they believe three people were involved in the attacks.
Morrisons has become the first of the big four supermarkets to pledge a price match guarantee against discounters Aldi and Lidl in the latest episode of the ferocious price war.
The supermarket will launch a new loyalty card which will see ustomers given additional points if their comparable shop would have been cheaper elsewhere.
It is part of a previously-announced plan to invest £1 billion in price cuts over three years as chief executive Dalton Philips battles sliding sales and plunging profits.
The Football Association's latest England squad announcement included a blunder as it listed Daniel Welbeck, now of Arsenal, as a Manchester United player.