The Leicestershire home of former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor is being searched by police investigating historical allegations of child sex abuse.
Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor has said he is assisting police with its enquiries but continued to deny being part of a "rent boy ring".
Detectives from the Metropolitan Police's Operation Midlands have been searching his home, which is located within the grounds of Belvoir Castle, near Grantham, Leicestershire, as part of an investigation into historical child sex claims.
Earlier in an interview with BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Mr Proctor denied attending sex parties with other MPs in the 1970s and 1980s and said he knew nothing of an alleged VIP paedophile ring in Westminster.
Addressing the media later, Mr Proctor continued to deny the allegations saying: "I have nothing to add to this Kafka-esque fantasy".
A judge in Malaysia has set a date for when the alleged killer of Derbyshire student Neil Dalton will find out if he will be found guilty.
Fishmonger Zulkipli Abdullah, 24, is accused of his murder.
The solicitor representing the family of Neil Dalton from Ambergate, and his friend Aidan Brunger, said the judge will rule on the case on March 31.
Zulkipli, is accused of murdering the pair on August 6th 2014.
They were both aged 22 and on a placement in Borneo in Malaysia as part of their studies.
Police say Church Street in Oswestry is now open again to pedestrians after capping a gas leak.
The Prime Minister visited Cannock this morning to see new homes built under the Government's Help To Buy Scheme.
Mr Cameron met families who have benefitted from the scheme, before touring a new housing development where homes have been built on the site of a former factory and warehouse off Watling Street.
The Help to Buy scheme has enabled 8,266 people in the West Midlands buy a new home since it was created, new figures have revealed today.
It was created in 2013 "to support hard-working taxpayers" who could pay a mortgage, but couldn't afford the high deposits demanded by lenders in the wake of the financial crisis.
One of the campaign cars of Keith Vaz MP has been photographed in a disabled bay at Leicester railway station without a blue badge.
A spokeswoman for Mr Vaz told the Leicester Mercury: "It was wrong for the vehicle to be parked in a disabled parking bay.
"The driver of the vehicle has apologised for this and said it will never happen again."