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Foreign Secretary William Hague tweeted he was shocked by the "savage" attack in Woolwich and called for "unity".
Shocked by savage Woolwich murder. A time for unity, our whole country standing together in seeking the facts and condemning this brutalityFrom @WilliamJHague on Twitter:
North Yorkshire Police say 16-year-old Mueni Mulandi from Harrogate has been found safe.
Mueni had been missing since Friday 17th May, but in a statement officers say she was "found safe in London" tonight.
Breezy with scattered showers continuing this evening, especially across eastern parts.
A cold night with showers dying away allowing skies to clear for a time before turning cloudier again later with further showers possible towards dawn.
Minimum temperature 2 °C.
A sunny end to the day for most areas.
Some cloud in the east will be enough to produce isolated showers.
Feeling cool in northwesterly winds.
The future of maternity services in Berwick has just been decided.
The NHS has opted for an office hours service in the unit, with 24-hour on-call midwifery support.
It will mean fewer services based at the unit.
Managers say it is the safest model and will avoid nurses' time being wasted, but the Berwick-upon-Tweed MP Sir Alan Beith says it is a poorer deal for the town.
He said: "Although we will still have facilities in Berwick for births and enhanced training for midwives, if you give birth outside office hours, it's an on-call basis to get the midwives in and the ward open.
That's a lesser standard of service than would be provided in other units in Northumberland that are not as far away from the main hospitals as Berwick is."
Investigations into alleged corruption at Cleveland Police have now amounted to a bill of nearly four million pounds.
The bill for criminal inquiry Operation Sacristy and separate disciplinary hearings has reached 3.8 million pounds, the force has confirmed.
The first allegations were made three years ago. Ten people have been arrested and nine remain on bail.
Four men have been arrested in early morning raids across the north of England in connection with alleged drugs and money-laundering offences.
More than 50 officers raided addresses in Easington in County Durham, North Shields and Thirsk in North Yorkshire as part of ongoing operations into the activities of crime gangs.
Men aged 41, 40, 35 and 27 have been questioned at police stations in Peterlee and Durham city.
Officers from the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) were helped by detectives from the Durham and Northumbria forces.