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Malaysia's military radar detected what could have been the missing Malaysian Airlines plane in an area in the northern Malacca Strait - hundreds of miles from the spot where the plane disappeared, the air force chief has said.
Rodzali Daud told a news conference that the tracking was at 2.15am local time on Saturday, about 45 minutes after the plane with 239 people on board, disappeared.
He said the radar tracking was at a point 200 miles north-west of Penang island on Malaysia's west coast but stressed the information needed to be corroborated.
The minimum wage will rise by 19p to £6.50 per hour from 1 October 2014, the government has announced.
Business Secretary Vince Cable said: “The recommendations I have accepted today mean that low-paid workers will enjoy the biggest cash increase in their take home pay since 2008.
"This will benefit over one million workers on national minimum wage and marks the start of a welcome new phase in minimum wage policy."
The minimum wage for those aged between 18-20 years old will increase to £5.13 per hour, while those aged either 16 or 17 will receive £3.79.
Pistorius' defence lawyer Barry Roux has claimed the toilet door being presented in court has changed since it was removed from the Pistorius estate.
A potentially important point from Roux. He says there are additional marks on the door which weren't there on photos taken after the crime.
And pieces of the door are missing too. Defence appears to be painting a picture of a flawed investigation
We are disappointed by the decision in the Evans (Prince of Wales letters) case. To protect the principles at stake we will pursue an appeal
The toilet door through which Oscar Pistorius shot and killed his girlfriend was set up in court today, and a police witness demonstrated various ways in which the door could have been struck by a cricket bat.
The witness said the marks on the door are consistent with Pistorius being on stump, and demonstrated this by crouching down to the height Pistorius would be without his prosthetics
Defence lawyer Roux said the state case against Pistorius - that he intentionally killed his girlfriend - is that he was on his prosthetic legs. The prosecution disagreed with this.
One of Ed Miliband's own MPs has hit out at the Labour leader's EU referendum pledge, calling the move a "shoddy compromise".
Backbencher Graham Stringer said:
""I think it's a shoddy compromise really, between those people in the Parliamentary Labour Party who want a referendum because the vast majority of the electorate want it, and those people desperate not to have a referendum."
The Attorney General's refusal to let the public see letters the Prince of Wales wrote to government ministers has been ruled unlawful.
The Malaysian Transport Minister Mishamuuddin Hussein has given his assurances to the families of those on board the missing Malaysian Airlines plane, the searches will not "reduce in tempo".
Speaking at a news conference, he told reporters the search for MH370 now covers 27,000 nautical miles.
Mr Hussein explained a total of 12 countries are now involved in the search, 42 ships and 39 aircraft.
He added that more experts were now being drafted in to examine both military and civil data collected.
One of Labour's biggest donors has challenged Ed Miliband to offer the British people an in/out referendum on EU membership "regardless of future events".
Mr Miliband yesterday pledged to offer a vote if there was any transfer of powers from Westminster to Brussels.
But John Mills, the millionaire founder of JML home shopping, said there was "often disagreement over what constitutes a 'transfer of powers'."
"I want to see a Labour government in 2015 and, as the party that trusts the people, I think we should recognise that the growth of the EU's influence over Britain in the past 40 years warrants a referendum regardless of future events."