Fans of Downton Abbey will be able to get a look behind the scenes at Highclere Castle in Berkshire where the ITV drama is made.
The group has previously been criticised for its dealings with the taxman after its £1.2 billion settlement of a decade-long tax dispute
Firefighters are warning Hampshire motorists about the dangers of driving through flood water following the death of a man this morning.
Documents said to have been leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden apparently show that a number of telecoms companies allowed GCHQ access to undersea cables which carry their phone and internet traffic, allowing them to see details of customers' phone calls and email conversations.
Vodafone and BT, and US-based Verizon, were revealed by Germany's Suddeutsche newspaper which claimed to have details of a spy programme, codenamed Tempora, which allows GCHQ to tap into fibreoptic cables and store data.
The family of a Newbury murder victim have released a tribute to their lost loved one.
Mark Campbell died on Wednesday June 19 and was found by ambulance crews at a house in The Nightingales, Newbury.
Mark's family said: "The sudden and senseless loss of Mark Campbell, just the day before his 43rd birthday, has devastated the loved ones he has left behind. Mark was a loving father, brother and uncle with a big heart and a generous nature and his death is hard to understand."
"Words cannot describe the heartache and pain we feel right now, nor the sadness that we never had the chance to say goodbye. We take comfort knowing you are now at peace and you will be forever in our hearts. Your family loved you as much as you did them, and your memory will live on through them."
A public consultation on the future of Newbury and its surrounding areas is to be launched later by West Berkshire Council. Views are being sought on the authority's vision for issues and projects including the London Road Industrial Estate over the next decade.
A man is due in court today charged with the murder of another man in Newbury. Mark Campbell, 42, was found by an ambulance crew at a house in The Nightingales, Newbury, on Wednesday evening.
Simon Velvick, 41, of Newtown Road, Newbury, is due before Reading magistrates today charged with murder. Four other people held in connection with the death have been bailed.
The creator of Downton Abbey, which was filmed at Highclere Castle near Newbury, has said he found it hard to write Dan Stevens' character out of the series.
After the actor announced he was leaving, Julian Fellowes admitted to The Hollywood Reporter that the only way to write him out was to kill him off.
Executive producer Gareth Neamne said: "We were all agreed that the only way we could break Mary and Matthew apart was for one to die. There really was on alternative."
Fellowes added: "We couldn't have three years of them being in love and suddenly him taking against her and nipping off to Japan. That wasn't a workable scenario."
Stevens' insisted he had no say in the matter and told the Radio Times: "We didn't see that script until the very last minute, so we didn't know exactly how they were going to do it."
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a man in Berkshire.
He was found, with stab wounds, in a property on the Nightingale Estate in Newbury following a disturbance. Police are asking anyone with information to come forward.
Police are questioning a man about the discovery of a man's body in Berkshire. The victim had been assaulted and had suffered stab wounds. He was found in a property on the Nightingale Estate in Newbury on Wednesday 19th June 2013. A forty-one year old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Thames Valley Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward. Detective Chief Inspector Ian Hunter can be contacted on the 24-hour non-emergency number 101.
Alternately, anyone with information can contact the Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.
– Det Ch Insp Ian Hunter, Thames Valley Police
“A thorough search of the area lead to the arrest of the suspect who is now in police custody. I would like to reassure the public that we believe this to be an isolated incident.”
– Supt Robin Rickard, LPA Commander - West Berkshire
“We would like to thank the public for their cooperation during our investigation. Incidents such as these, while rare, can be distressing and disruptive to the local community.
“Our neighbourhood policing teams will be carrying out extra patrols in the area to address any concerns residents may have a provide reassurance.”
Video. A murder investigation is underway in Berkshire this evening after a stabbing. A large number of police vehicles and dog handlers were called to the Nightingales Estate in Newbury after reports of a disturbance.
The body of a man was found with stab wounds. Police are asking anyone with information to come forward.
A murder investigation is underway in Newbury after a man was found stabbed on the Nightingales Estate. Several police vehicles and dog handlers are at the scene. More later.
It's been revealed that Newbury-based Vodafone paid no UK corporation tax for the second year running despite earning more than £5bn of revenues in Britain.
The mobile phone giant said investment in its UK network and interest payments more than wiped out corporation tax liabilities last year, although it paid around £3bn of tax overseas.