Your guide to all the runners in the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree.
How Boris Berezovsky died is still being investigated, although his Berkshire mansion has been declared safe by radiation experts.
Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky has died at the age of 67.
A Berkshire pub has been damaged after a lorry crashed into it.
The incident happened a short time ago at the Rising Sun in Woolhampton.
The A4 Bath Road is closed due to the accident
The Grand National is set to run at 4.15pm at Aintree today.
Millions of people are expected to have a flutter on the 166th John Smith's Grand National today.
Forty runners and riders will compete in the world's most famous steeplechase at Aintree Racecourse.
A sell-out crowd of more than 70,000 in Liverpool will be joined in watching the contest by an estimated 600 million television viewers across the globe.
Bookies hope the betting could top £150 million with punters expected to wager more cash than usual as this year's race is the only major sporting event of the weekend.
The Grand National usually coincides with the US Masters and FA Cup semi finals.
Coral Spokesman Simon Clare said: "The Grand National is one of Britain's most popular sporting occasions, with two thirds of the adult population likely to place a bet.
"Seabass is expected to be the best backed horse in the race, as the so-called housewives' choice, given the huge media spotlight on his rider Katie Walsh who is bidding to be the first lady rider to win the Grand National."
An inquest into the death of the Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky will be held on Thursday.
The 67-year-old was formally identified by his next of kin earlier this afternoon.
A post-mortem yesterday indicated he died from hanging.
A post-mortem examination was carried out earlier today on 67-year-old Russian national Boris Berezovsky, who was found dead at a residential property in Mill Lane, Ascot, on Saturday.
The results of the post-mortem examination, carried out by a Home Office pathologist, have found the cause of death is consistent with hanging. The pathologist has found nothing to indicate a violent struggle.
– Thames Valley Police
Further tests will now be carried out, including toxicology and histology examinations, the results of which are likely to take several weeks.
A forensic examination of the property in Ascot, which is being carried out by Scenes of Crime Officers, will continue for several days and a cordon will remain in place until these have been completed.
A post-mortem into the death of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky, 67, found the cause of death to be "consistent with hanging", Thames Valley Police has said.
The results of a post mortem on the body of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky are expected this evening, Thames Valley Police have said.
His body was moved from his Berkshire mansion overnight and forensic examination of the property is expected to take several days.
Thames Valley Police, who are investigating the death of Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky, have said they have no evidence of any third party involvement, which suggests they probably think he took his own life.
Yet they say they still want to talk to close friends and they are accutely aware of all the suspicions that have been thrown up as a result of this untimely death.
But it has to be said most friends do seem to think he probably took his own life. They talk about him being a broken man.
There was one quote which said the Russians didn't need to kill him because six months ago he was devastated by the British courts - a reference to his legal defeat to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
It cost him £70 million. And, perhaps more importantly for a proud man, it shredded his reputation.
The body of Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky has been removed from the mansion where he died ahead of a Home Office post-mortem.
Mr Berezovsky's body was removed from his home in Ascot, Berkshire, overnight, Thames Valley Police said.
Police are continuing their investigation into the 67 year old's unexplained death.