David Cameron will deliver a direct warning to Vladimir Putin today to end Russia's "unacceptable interference" in Ukraine or face growing international isolation.
The Prime Minister will hold face-to-face talks with the Russian leader in Paris ahead of tomorrow's 70th D-Day anniversary commemorations amid deepening anger over Moscow's treatment of its neighbour.
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In a tweet on Saturday, the US president didn't give a reason for his absence but said he wished"everyone well and have a great evening".
Weather conditions remain wet and windy through the weekend.
Mr Banks has given Ukip leader Paul Nuttall an "ultimatum", saying if he is not made chairman he will stop supporting the party.