Today is 'Buy Nothing Day,' and a campaign is challenging consumers to refrain from splashing their cash for 24 hours.
The campaign aims to encourage people to 'switch off from shopping and tune into life.' It also wants to get people to consider the ethical and environmental consequences of consumerism. For more information visit the 'Buy Nothing Day' website.
Bright start to Saturday with some nice autumnal sunshine in places. In the sunshine temperatures could reach 13C.
It's another dull start, with patches of mist around which should clear relatively quickly.
For some there will be sunny spells this afternoon and temperatures will be above average for this time of year, reaching 13C.
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Not too much rain about but continuing to feel pretty damp due to the low lying cloud. Cloud will lift slightly this afternoon. Temperatures reaching around 11C.
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It's a grey and misty start with a thick blanket of low cloud around for most of us. There's a risk of patchy showers this afternoon and will remain misty over higher ground. Top temperatures around 10C.
Following Breck's death, relatives said they were "devastated" and "in shock". They said in a statement:
He was a kind, intelligent, thoughtful boy with a good sense of humour and was a dedicated student at St Bede's School in Redhill and extremely gifted in computing, electronics, and engineering. His three younger siblings knew him as a kind and loving older brother who always helped out by looking after them. The wider family remember him as a well-mannered, social, and confident boy who was always thoughtful and patient with his younger cousins.
We are all in shock, and so grateful for the thoughts and prayers of friends and family at this difficult time.
- After his death, family members said Breck, from Caterham in Surrey, had left home after arranging to meet a friend online
- Daynes had denied murder but dramatically changed his plea on the day he was due to stand trial at Chelmsford Crown Court
- The victim's father, oil futures trader Barry Bednar, who is originally from Houston, Texas, was in court to hear Daynes's guilty plea