The pilot of a light aircraft has died after it crashed into a cliff near RAF Portreath in North Cornwall. The plane had earlier taken off from Perranporth Flying Club before the crash, which happened just after 4pm. No-one else was on board.
The aircraft caught fire after striking the cliff edge near a potato field. Police and fire crews are at the scene. It's believed the male pilot came from St Austell.
Big crowds turned out to mark Yeovilton Air Day. As well as some spectacular flying, it also marked the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War, as our defence correspondent John Andrews reports: