After a mild night tonight, temperatures will pick up tomorrow with some bright and sunny spells pushing through in most areas.
The rehabilitation centre at Headley Court in Surrey is set to move to a state-of-the-art facility in Leicestershire by 2018.
As stricter EU regulations come into force next year, Tonight investigates the quality of the bathing water on Britain's beaches.
Police are continuing to question a 60-year-old man over the killing of a healthcare assistant who was stabbed to death at a hospital.
Sharon Wall, 53, died an hour after being stabbed at work on Wednesday morning at Wotton Lawn Hospital in Gloucester.
Gloucestershire Police said magistrates had authorised a further 36 hours for detectives to question the man on suspicion of murder.
Detective Chief Inspector Steve Porter, the senior investigating officer, said: "The family are extremely distressed at the tragic loss of their loved one and have asked for some privacy and time to grieve during this difficult period."
Muslim leaders in Britain have condemned the extremist group Isis and say it does not represent the majority of Muslims.
Representatives from both the Sunni and Shia groups in the UK expressed their 'grave concern' as British Muslims continue to travel to the Middle East to join the ongoing violence.
Maulana Shahid Raza, of Leicester Central Mosque told Sky News: "Isis does not represent the main Sunni Muslims' ideology."
Shuja Shafi, of the Muslim Council of Great Britain, said: "Violence has no place in religion, violence has no religion."
The Archbishop of Canterbury is preparing to drive through a plan to introduce women bishops should the General Synod choose to reject it for a second time, according to The Guardian.
The body could be dissolved so that fresh elections could produce the necessary majority by November or bishops in the House of Lords could move to introduce the legislation without the approval of the Synod, the newspaper said.
Residents in Renfrew near Glasgow are being advised to keep their windows closed as firefighters tackle a major blaze at an industrial recycling establishment.
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "Firefighters are currently tackling the blaze using a number of main water jets, including one from a specialist height vehicle.
"Residents in the area are advised to keep their windows closed due to the large plume of smoke. ”
The Church of England is being given a second chance to back the introduction of women bishops at a key meeting which begins today.
Members of the General Synod will be asked to give final approval to legislation introducing women bishops, paving the way for the first female diocesan bishop in the Church of England by early next year.
The vote comes after the plan was derailed by just six votes cast by lay members in November 2012, causing shock and bitter recriminations within the Church of England and prompting threats of an intervention by Parliament.
Supporters of women bishops have said they are hopeful of success in the vote on Monday at York University.
A huge fire is under way at an old scrapyard near Glasgow with flames 40-50ft high.
A statement released by the Church of England said it was "pleased to announce" its indirect investment exposure to Wonga in its venture capital portfolio has been removed.
– The Church Commissioners for England
The Church Commissioners for England are pleased to announce that their indirect investment exposure to Wonga in their venture capital portfolio has been removed. The Church Commissioners no longer have any financial or any other interest in Wonga.
The terms ensure that the Church Commissioners have not made any profit from their investment exposure to Wonga.
At no time have the Commissioners invested directly in Wonga or in other pay day lenders. The indirect exposure of the Commissioners through pooled funds represented considerably less than 0.01% of the value of Wonga.
The Church of England has severed its ties with payday lender Wonga, the Church Commissioners for England said tonight.
The chief executive of the 2gether NHS Foundation Trust has paid tribute to Sharon Wall, the 53-year-old healthcare assistant who was stabbed to death at Wotton Lawn Hospital in Gloucester yesterday.
We are all deeply shocked by the tragic incident that occurred on one of our inpatient wards yesterday morning.
The extremely sad event, which resulted in the death of a highly compassionate and dedicated colleague, has had a profound impact on everyone working in our trust.
Sharon Wall was a well-respected healthcare assistant and everyone who knew her speaks about her warmth, caring nature and good sense of humour.
She will be deeply missed by colleagues and the service users she supported.
We are still in the early stages of the investigation and continue to assist Gloucestershire Police in their work.
Above all, our thoughts remain with Sharon's friends and family. On behalf of colleagues across our trust, I extend our most sincere and deepest sympathies.