North Yorkshire Police today said it had spoken to some potential witnesses over the Jeremy Clarkson incident in a county hotel, adding it had "a duty to investigate where we believe an offence might have been committed".
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One Direction's Niall Horan has thanked the band's fans for their support following Zayn Malik's departure.
Been a mad few days and your support has been incredible as per usual ! This in turn Spurs us on to make the best music we possibly can
Put on great shows / tours for you guys. You are the best fans in the world and you deserve nothing less from us!
The lads and I arrived in South Africa this morning . We cannot wait to see all you SA fans for the first time and have great shows.
One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has tweeted his thanks to fans for their support after the shock departure of bandmate Zayn Malik.
As the remaining four members vowed to carry on with the global phenomenon that is 1D, Tomlinson said they would work "harder than ever" on their planned fifth album, making it the "best ever".
Been a crazy couple of days but know that we are going to work harder than ever to deliver the best album we've ever made for you guys !
Your support has been incredible , truly incredible so thank you so much !
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Harry Styles appeared to break down in tears on stage last night in Jakarta, Indonesia, apparently struggling to come to terms with Zayn Malik's sudden departure from One Direction.
He wiped away tears as the band performed the last leg of their On The Road Again Tour, just hours after the news of Malik's leaving broke.
All the love as always. H
The group said they would continue as a four-piece for the tour and record another album - their fifth - later this year.
A spokesman for the band said Malik, who grew up in Bradford, is at home with his family and fiancee Edwards.
So glad to be in bed after a long and strange 24 hours
The news devastated millions of One Direction's fans around the world, and many took to social media to vent their feelings. Childline have warned that many young people will be feeling severely anxious and distressed by the news, and have urged family members and friends to be gentle and not "undermine" their feelings of distress by dismissing them.
Benedict Cumberbatch is to read a specially written poem at the re-burial of Richard III, who scientists say is a distant relative of the actor.
The Imitation Game star, who is due to star in a forthcoming BBC television series about the monarch, will read the poem at a Leicester Cathedral service later today.
Richard III's coffin, containing his mortal remains, will be lowered into a specially made tomb of Swaledale stone inside Leicester Cathedral.
It is reported the Queen has also written a tribute in the order of service acknowledging the king's role in British history.
The Bishop of Leicester said today's service would be "solemn, but hopeful" and mark the "extraordinary moment" in English history brought about by Richard's death on August 22, 1485.
Jeremy Clarkson has been sacked by the BBC. The Director General, Lord Hall said he was a "huge talent" but that distinctive voices couldn't be kept at any price.
The BBC investigation found he'd been involved in a verbal and physical altercation with a Top Gear producer.
As Nina Nannar reports, the police are now getting involved.
Britain's Culture Secretary Sajid Javid admitted he is an admirer of One Direction's Zayn Malik tonight as he tweeted about how his family had reacted to the news the band member had quit:
X Factor judge Louis Walsh has indicated that the One Direction lifestyle of travelling and touring constantly has meant the band have been living "in a bubble" for the past five years and said "something had to give."
Walsh told Irish radio station RTE Radio One:
"I have heard the rumours for the last few weeks that everything wasn't happy in paradise.
"The problem with these guys is they've been in a bubble for the last five years, pressure, working, a lot harder than people think, so something had to give. So Zayn was the first person just to crack up a little bit.
"He's had an amazing time with the other guys. That's the good side of it. The dark side of it is all the travelling, the airports, in a bubble, not really seeing real life."