A 20-year old man from Staffordshire arrested in connection with a cyber attack on telecoms company TalkTalk has been released on bail.
Scotland Yard said he's been bailed to attend a police station in March next year, pending further inquiries.
The man who was detained at an address in Staffordshire on Saturday, was being held on suspicion of offences under the Computer Misuse Act. He's the third person to be questioned over the alleged data theft. Two teenagers have previously been arrested over the cyber attack.
The Metropolitan Police's cyber crime unit, the Police Service of Northern Ireland's cyber crime centre and the National Crime Agency are all carrying out the investigation.
The UK's first national Sikh memorial has been unveiled at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
A statue commemorating the 130,000 Sikh soldiers who fought in the Great War was unveiled earlier.
More than 200 people from across different faiths contributed towards its funding.
A minutes silence was also held at the event.
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The family of a woman from Lichfield who died on a whale-watching trip in Canada say she was "vibrant, outgoing and lovely". Katie Taylor was one of five Britons who lost their lives when the boat capsized at the weekend.
Investigators believe the vessel overturned because passengers were all on the left side of the boat when a large wave hit. Stacey Foster reports.
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The British Columbia Coroner says the preliminary investigation into a whale-watching boat sinking suggests that the five British people killed were not wearing life jackets and were on the top deck of the vessel.
All five "died at the scene", a spokesperson for the Coroner's office said.
Passengers on boats of the size involved in the accident aren't required by law to wear them, the coroner also said.
Canadian police and the Transportation Safety Board are still investigating the accident, which happened on Sunday.
A fourth Brit who died in a tragic whale-watching accident in Canada has been named as 29-year-old Katie Taylor from Lichfield.
She was among five Britons who died after the boat, carrying 27 people, sank off the coast of British Columbia on Sunday.
An official investigation into the tragedy has been launched by the country's Transportation Safety Board.
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