The parents of Catherine Wells-Burr have described how they comforted her alleged killer - as her burned corpse lay in a nearby field.
Mick Jagger has tweeted his excitement for his first ever performance with The Rolling Stones at Glastonbury 2013.
The Search and Rescue service has been awarded to an American firm, bringing an end to seven decades of service by the military.
A factory worker, accused of murdering his girlfriend in Somerset, has admitted that he cheated on her just days before she died, with his ex-lover.
Rafal Nowak is accused of killing Catherine Wells-Burr for her six-figure life insurance policy.
Mr Nowak, his ex girlfriend Anna Lagwinowicz and her uncle Tadevsz Dmytryszyn all deny murder. Our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland was in court...
The man accused of murdering Somerset woman Catherine Wells-Burr has started giving evidence at his trial.
Rafal Nowak denies killing his girlfriend in September last year.
Robert Murphy reports:
The man accused of killing Catherine Wells-Burr, whose body was found in a burnt-out car in near Chard in Somerset last September, has begun giving evidence at Bristol Crown Court.
31-year-old Rafal Nowak said he left Poland in 2008. He had caused a car-crash after drink-driving in Poland and needed to raise around £6,500 to pay for the damages. He had also broken up with his wife.
He said he moved firstly to Ireland. He then returned to Poland when he met his ex-girlfriend Anna Lagwinowicz on an internet chat site.
He then moved to the UK where he first worked at a London car wash.Nowak told the jury he moved to Bridgwater, then Taunton where he worked in a cake factory, before working at the Numatic Factory where he met Catherine.
Nowak and two others are on trial for her murder.
A Somerset businessman who made millions of pounds selling worthless pieces of plastic as bomb detectors will be sentenced at the old Bailey later.
James McCormick convinced 26 countries around the world to pay millions of pounds for his useless device. Iraq was his biggest customer.
– UKIP leader Nigel Farage
I am in absolutely no doubt at all that that photograph of Alex Wood was nothing to do with a Nazi gesture. He was literally reaching across the pub to pull the camera away from a girlfriend who was photographing him and I have witness statements that support that. I am very angry that a 21-year-old was sacked from his job quite wrongly because of what was said in a national newspaper.
A UKIP local election candidate for Somerset pictured making a supposed Nazi-style salute was in fact trying to grab a camera from his girlfriend, party leader Nigel Farage has said.
Mr Farage said he believed the explanation given by Alex Wood for the photo which appeared on the front of the Daily Mirror.
But Mr Wood, 21, remains suspended while police investigate his claims offensive comments added to the picture were made by other people after his account was "hijacked", a Ukip spokesman said.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage MEP says the party will "get rid" of an already suspended Somerset candidate if they find he has extremist views.
Alex Wood has denied being a racist after pictures emerged of him apparently making a Nazi salute on Facebook.
When Alex Wood, the suspended UKIP candidate for Blackmore Vale in the county elections for Somerset, was asked whether he was raising his hand in an alleged "Nazi" salute as was pictured on the front page of a newspaper, he said the photo had been misconstrued.
He said: "No I am not. The pictures that have appeared of me have been taken from a private Facebook account. These are not what they seem to be. First of all, the supposed salute was my left hand reaching for my friend's mobile phone.
He added: "She has made a statement which clears up the meaning of them.
"These statements are completely untrue, my Facebook has been hacked, this matter is being dealt with by the police."
He denied he has ever held any extreme right view.
He said: "Absolutely not. I see myself as a democratic libertarian. Racist, homophobic and fascists views absolutely disgust me. I am completely against such views. These statements are not mine."
Suspended UKIP candidate, Alex Wood, explains the story behind the controversial photos that have surfaced from his Facebook page.
Suspended UKIP candidate Alex Wood denies being a racist after pictures emerged of him allegedly making a nazi salute.
Mr Wood was the UKIP candidate for Blackmore Vale in Somerset for the local elections taking place later this week.
– Alex Wood, suspended UKIP candidate
I deplore racism, fascism and nazism. I see myself as a democratic libertarian.