A second Serco staff member has been suspended from the Yarl's Wood detention centre in Bedfordshire after "serious and deeply concerning" allegations were made in a Channel 4 documentary.
Several homes were evacuated and a road was closed after a pub in Norfolk caught fire.
It broke out in the kitchen area of the Centurion Pub in Caister-on-Sea at around midday.
Ormesby Road was closed and a cordon was put in place because firefighters were concerned that gas cylinders on the site could explode.
An investigation into the cause of the blaze is now underway.
The High Court has granted a temporary injunction to Harlow council allowing them to stop unauthorised traveller encampments.
Harlow and Essex County Council applied to the High Court for the injunction to prevent travellers using two illegal sites in the town.
They have also applied to protect more than 400 other vulnerable areas. .
A swan has been killed and another injured after they were both shot in the head in Cambridgeshire.
A member of the public called the RSPCA after finding the birds in a dyke at March on Saturday (February 28).
A second swan was found with a superficial head wound but was released back into the wild.
It's thought that the birds were shot on Friday evening with an air rifle.
A man from Luton has been jailed for five years over money laundering charges.
Akram Ul-Haq, who's 37, of Emerald Road, laundered £1.3 million of money from a firm of solicitors.
He was also convicted of conspiracy to commit fraud, alongside Nighat Sultana, also of Luton.
Ul-Haq was jailed five years, while Sultana was sentenced to a nine-month community order.
A second Serco staff member has been suspended from the Yarl's Wood detention centre in Bedfordshire after "serious and deeply concerning" allegations were made in a Channel 4 documentary, Home Office Minister Karen Bradley has told MPs.
Answering a Commons urgent question, Ms Bradley said the second staff member had been suspended following last night's broadcast, which revealed questions over the stands of care at the centre.
The programme showed some staff referring to those in their care as 'animals'.
A man's body recovered from a car in a Norfolk river is believed to be that of a missing 82-year-old.
Barry Gill was reported missing from Leziate near King's Lynn yesterday afternoon.
A silver Honda Jazz car was found in the river in Grimston earlier today.
Ex-Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher says that he is "really looking forward" to headlining Latitude Festival in Suffolk this summer.
The 47-year-old will take to the main stage in the Obelisk arena on Sunday July 19.
Among the other headliners are Cambridgeshire band Alt-J who will be appearing for the third time.
The band's debut album 'An Awesome Wave' won the British Mercury Prize in 2012.
Cambridgeshire band Alt-J, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Portishead have been announced as the headliners for this year's Latitude Festival in Suffolk.
The festival at Henham Park is now in its 10th year and will take place from 16-19 July.
Alt-J will perform on the Friday night, while Portishead and Noel Gallager’s High Flying Birds will close on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
The likes of Manic Street Preachers, James Blake and Laura Marling will also take to the main stage in the Obelisk arena over the course of the three days.
Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Vaccines are among the acts who will perform on the 6 Music Stage.