Jobseeker who said she took heroin instead of looking for work claims her joke application was signed off by staff, according to report.
Passengers were left stranded today when a glitch at an air traffic control centre caused chaos at airports across the UK and Ireland.
Some parts of the UK are have seen the worst storm surge in 60 years, but we are not out of the danger yet.
Adebolajo: "I am simply saying I am a soldier and this is a war."
An Air Traffic control company said it would be "to everyone's benefit" if aviation regulators held an inquiry following Saturday's major disruption to flights.
Nats has already started its own inquiry into the events when an internal telephone system problem at the company's Hampshire headquarters led to flight delays and cancellations.
Saying he deeply regretted the disruption, Nats chief executive Richad Deakin said the best way forward was an investigation by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) into "the level of contingency and resilience in UK airspace".
He says I killed a soldier but I never wanted to intimidate people. Our purpose isn't to cause fear & harm.
Woolwich defendant Michael Adebolajo has told the court that he prayed before the attack near Woolwich Arsenal last May that he would only strike a soldier.
Adebolajo says he stayed up praying to Allah to make mission a success & strike only a soldier.
Adebolajo says he gave woman at scene letter so people could see only reason it happened was because of foreign policy.
Adebolajo on Al Qaeda "I love them, they are my brothers."
Adebolajo says he didn't grow up thinking he'd kill a soldier but when he became Mujahid thought it likely.
When asked about his attitude to people in authority, Michael Adebolajo told the court: "Generally speaking, I don't get along with them, generally. In most instances I don't get along with authority, except for my mother and my father."
As ground rules were set out for his giving evidence, including not speaking over the judge, he said: "I don't believe in the law."
Michael Adebolajo, 28, spoke about his Christian upbringing and subsequent conversion to Islam as he began giving evidence today, telling the court that his "religion is everything".
He said: "My parents used to take us to church every Sunday. The memory that sticks in my mind... is probably every New Year's Eve in the evening around 11 o'clock we would gather around in candlelight and read passages from the Bible."
"When I came to Islam I realised that... real success is not just what you can acquire, but really is if you make it to paradise, because then you can relax."
Adebolajo said he converted to Islam in his first year at Greenwich University.
David Cameron surveyed the extent of the flood damage in north Norfolk today as he visited a town hit by last week's tidal surge.
The Prime Minister met residents of Wells-next-the-Sea whose properties were damaged as the tide reached the highest level on record.
Mr Cameron paid tribute to the emergency services and flood wardens for their response, but said more could be done.
He said: "These were terrible floods and it was a very difficult event but the resilience of people here in Norfolk must be praised."
Adebolajo talks about how the Iraq War disgusted him as bombs were killing innocent people.
Adebolajo says he went on demonstrations, was arrested at one & went to prison. Says then realised demonstrations won't make a difference.
Children have been forced to wear a hard hat while riding a donkey in a Nativity play, it has been reported. The so-called ‘elf and safety’ rules mean that rather than just a simple shawl, the child playing Mary will arrive in a hard hat, the Daily Mail reported.
The paper said the Bridge Church in Neath, near Swansea in South Wales - which is organising the performance - brought in the measure after the donkey’s owner insisted it must follow council guidelines.