Tributes have been paid to Northern Irish Conservative peer Lord Ballyedmond, who was one of four men killed when a helicopter crashed in thick fog in Norfolk last night.
Lord Ballyedmond, one of the richest men in Northern Ireland, was chairman of Norbrook, the largest privately owned pharmaceutical company in the world.
Known as Edward Haughey until he was made a life peer in 2004, he owned Gillingham Hall, a stately home near the crash site, according to the Register of Lords' Interests.
The AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter came down in thick fog in a field in Gillingham, near Beccles, at 7.30pm yesterday.
Experts scouring the wreckage of the helicopter crash in Gillingham, Norfolk will begin recovering crash debris today.
Air accident investigators have begun work to find out how a helicopter crashed close to the Norfolk and Suffolk border last night.
Police have closed roads around the scene of last night's helicopter crash at Gillingham near Beccles.