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A jury has been hearing claims that one of the two defendents in the Lee Rigby murder trial showed "no regret or remorse" while being interviewed by a forensic psychologist.
At one point during today's evidence the fusilier's mother left court in tears.
The widow of Fusilier Lee Rigby left the court in tears as the jury was shown police interviews with one of the defendants accused of his murder.
Rebecca Rigby walked out as Michael Adebolajo was heard speaking to officers in the aftermath of the incident near Woolwich barracks on May 22.
Adebolajo, covered by a blue blanket, told police there was a "war between the Muslims and the British people" and called himself a "soldier of Allah".
The defendant said politicians gathering in the House of Commons and paying tribute to soldiers killed in Afghanistan was "a disgusting practice".
Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock has revealed he is suffering from depression, in the hope of breaking down the stigma towards the illness.
I am suffering from depression and I have decided to get help. I've written about it here: http://t.co/N2WzrbqS1a
He tweeted a link to his blog, where he writes in detail about his battle with clinical depression.
Technology firm Hewlett-Packard has not denied claims by the Unite union that 1,100 jobs are at risk in the UK:
Sources at Hewlett Packard not denying 1,100 jobs at risk across UK, say they're consulting on numbers
In first part of police interview Michael Adebolajo speaks for about 40 mins without interruption.
Police ask Adebolajo about comments he made in hospital saying "why do you need forensics, I'm not denying the murder"
The jury at the Lee Rigby murder trial have been shown a video of the police interview with Michael Adebolajo, one of the defendants accused of killing the soldier:
Michael Adebolajo appears to be reading Koran in police interview. He starts by praising Allah.
Adebolajo says he isn't ashamed to be a British Muslim but his shame with British is with murder pillage & rape of innocent people
Michael Adebolajo tells police It gives me little joy to approach anyone & slay them.