A British soldier has been killed by a suspected member of the Afghan National Army.
The insider attack takes to 439 the number of UK service members to have lost their lives since operations in Afghanistan began in October 2001.
The so-called "green-on-blue" attacks have caused the deaths of all six British soldiers who have died during the current tour, Herrick 17.
At least 54 international troops have died as a result of such attacks, where Afghans turn their weapons on their coalition colleagues.
More top news
Striking rail workers and engineering works are set to cause a headache for many Britons travelling over the bank holiday weekend.
An eight-year-old boy has been caught on camera going for a joyride with two other young children in the car.
The law should be changed to allow assisted dying, the country's former top lawyer has said.