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A slow start in the morning with cloudy skies. Scotland and Northern Ireland will be very windy and wet but patchy rain will seep into the north-west of England and Wales - before easing.
Through the afternoon it will cheer up with brighter skies developing. Plenty of sunshine for most with many places staying mild.
Highs will reach 16c or 17c in the south. Elsewhere temperatures will remain above average for the time of year.
Into Sunday temperatures will possibly peak nearer 18c across the south-east making it warmer than some spots of the Mediterranean.
An undercover officer who allegedly "spied" on the Lawrence family disclosed details concerning the separation of Stephen Lawrence's mother and father, Doreen and Neville.
The officer - known as N81 - reportedly "touched on personal details" concerning the family to the Special Demonstrations Squad (SDS) during the 1998 inquiry into Stephen Lawrence's death, according to the Ellison report.
Neville Lawrence labelled the claims as "disgusting", telling the Daily Mail: "It's unbelievable. They have mocked everything we have done, telling us to our faces that they are listening and things will change, and all the time laughing behind our backs.
"I think they are actually worse than criminals because these officers get paid with taxpayers' money for what they do."
Barry Jones, 41, and Michelle King, 29,are due to appear at Blackpool Magistrates Court tomorrow after being charged over the death of a two-year-old girl.
A man and a woman have been charged in connection with the death of a two-year-old girl in Blackpool.
Barry Jones, 41, and Michelle King, 29, have both been charged with causing or allowing the death of a child by means of an unlawful act.
An ambulance was called to an address in Blackpool where Sophie Jones had been taken ill. She later died in hospital.
Toxicology tests have confirmed that she had ingested methadone, but the cause of her death has not been confirmed.
Whenthe new immigration minister James Brokenshire attacked what he called the "wealthy, metropolitan elite" for benefiting from cheap foreign labour, it's unlikely he meant to point the finger at the Prime Minister.
But his words have now come back to haunt the government, after it emerged the Camerons had hired a Nepalese woman as a nanny who later gained British citizenship.
She had put Samantha Cameron down as her employer but there was no special pleading on her behalf.
Do these domestic arrangements really matter politically? Well, it shows what a sensitive subject immigration continues to be - and why getting the tone right can be tricky.
Armed men have reportedly entered and taken control of a Ukrainian military post in Crimea, although no shots are believed to have been fired, according to Reuters reporter on the ground.
The head of the Metropolitan Police said it is vital police take action on the allegations resulting from the Ellison report into Stephen Lawrence's murder investigation.
The report concluded that a "police spy" had been working within the Lawrence family camp and that one of the officers in the original murder investigation may have acted corruptly.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said: "This sort of allegation shocks me, it shocks my colleagues and it clearly shocked the public so it is vital that we take it seriously and do something about it."