Adele has paid tribute to the victims of the Brussels terrorists attacks and criticised the killers who carried them out.
The singer dedicated her song 'Make You Feel My Love' to those caught up in the bombings, saying "This is for Brussels" in a clip posted on social media.
She laid into the killers, telling them "You're on your own" onstage at the O2 on the last night of her London residency.
"We're all united," she told the crowd. "So that makes us better than them."
There were 280 terrorism-related arrests in Britain last year, according to figures published by the Home Office, including a record number of children.
Sixteen under-18s were held in the year ending December, which was up from 10 in the previous year.
This was the highest number of arrests for the age group in a calendar year since data collection started in 2001.
The statistics also showed that a rising number of women are being arrested as part of counter-terrorism investigations.
Last year 45 female suspects were held - an increase of 15 on 2014. This continues an "upward trend" seen in recent years, statisticians said.
However, the overall number of terrorism-related arrests in 2015 was down 3% compared with the previous year.
The figures also revealed that:
- There have been 3,157 terrorism-related arrests since the September 11 attacks in the US in 2001.
- There were 71 arrests in the last three months of December 2015 - an increase of nearly 50% compared with the previous quarter.
- 143 people are in custody for terrorism-related offences, with another 25 jailed for domestic extremism or separatism.
- 78% of those arrested were of British or British dual nationality.
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A terrorist behind the attack on a Tunisian beach resort last June that left 30 Britons dead is believed to have been killed in US airstrikes.
The US reportedly bombed an Islamic State camp in Libya this morning where approximately 40 people were killed - including senior Tunisian militant Noureddine Chouchane.
Chouchane is suspected of being behind two attacks, including one on a beach resort in Sousse where 38 people died. The majority of those were British holidaymakers.
Today's air strikes hit the training camp in Sabratha, around 43 miles west of Tripoli.
Based at a farmhouse, the camp was targeted at approximately 3.30am local time - where 30 suspected ISIS recruits were killed.
The mayor of Sabratha put the death toll at 41, and said the majority of those killed were Tunisians.
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As David Cameron orders a review into legal protection for armed police officers, Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has said it needs to be looked at in "a calm and collected manner".
"It is vital communities have complete confidence in their police. That means nobody should be above the law, including armed officers.
"The police do one of the hardest jobs there is and they must feel protected. But this needs to be reviewed in a calm and collected manner and not in a knee-jerk response to terror attacks", he added.
Former Met Police commissioner Lord Blair has said that armed police "should not be treated as criminals" if they shoot someone "because they have to".
He told the Sky News Murnaghan programme: "These are men and women who go to work to do an incredibly dangerous job for which they volunteer and if they do their duty and shoot somebody because they have to ... they should not be treated as criminals."
His comments came as it emerged David Cameron has ordered a review of legal protection for police who use guns.
It also follows an officer's arrest and interview under caution after a man was shot dead during a police operation in Wood Green.
I don't know the details of the case but in the latest shooting case in north London they have arrested the officer. That is not necessary.
He can be called in to the police station with his solicitor and interviewed under caution. They are not going to search his home for anything.
It seems to me that this is sending a very bad message to the rest of the police officers.