The plane carrying Nelson Mandela's body has left Pretoria as it heads to Qunu for tomorrow's funeral.
South Africa president Jacob Zuma described Mandela as a “man of action” during the ANC’s farewell ceremony at the Waterkloof Air Base in Pretoria.
The journey to Mthatha airport will take about two hours.
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Terry Butcher said his son's life had been "tragically cut short" and described him as a "dedicated captain in the British Army".
Through the morning an area of rain will steadily track northeastwards across central England.
An outdoor nursery where children are only allowed to play with toys they have made themselves has been named Britain's Best Nursery.