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An Isis video featuring three fighters urging others to join their war (Reuters)

Isis orders its fighters to stop giving away their 'secret' locations on Twitter

An Arabic-language manual has reportedly been disseminated to Isis militants warning them to remove the metadata from tweets and other items published online, which could give the West an advantage

Brian Harvey turned up at Downing Street today demanding to speak to the Prime Minister

Former East 17 frontman Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'

The Met Police confirmed that it was a "minor disturbance" and that no-one was arrested

A 5p charge on all carrier bags - plastic or paper - has come into effect in Scotland today

Scotland's 5p carrier bag charge comes into effect

Scotland has followed where Wales and Northern Ireland have already ventured, leaving England the last country in the UK to implement the scheme

Hundreds of parents removed their children from a school in Mississippi after its principle returned from a trip to Africa

Ebola outbreak: Hundreds of parents remove schoolchildren after principal visits Zambia

The headteacher of Hazlehurst Middle School in Mississippi had gone to a funeral in southern Africa, roughly 3,000 miles from the centre of the Ebola outbreak

BBC's Antiques Roadshow uncovers a TIE fighter pilot helmet from the 1977 Star Wars film, valuing it at £50,000

Star Wars memorabilia called a 'bit of plastic' on Antiques Roadshow by Fiona Bruce valued at £50,000

The TIE fighter pilot helmet was from the set of the 1977 Star Wars film - the first in the series - and was one of only 12 made

A grandmother has chosen to starve herself to death because she had no other alternative, she said

Right-to-die: Grandmother starves herself to death after UK's assisted suicide laws left her with 'no alternative'

Campaigner Jean Davies, 86, stopped drinking water on 16 September and passed away on 1 October

Richard Madeley has said he is contacting the police over rape threats made to his daughter Chloe on Twitter

Chloe Madeley rape threats: Internet trolls 'to be imprisoned for two years' in new cyber crackdown

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling unveiled the new measures, which increases the current sentence fourfold

Ched Evans in action for Sheffield United in 2012

Ched Evans conviction to be fast-tracked by watchdog investigating miscarriages of justice

Evans' legal team made a submission to the watchdog asking the body to investigate his rape conviction

The order of service at Perth Congregational Church following a memorial service to David Haines

David Haines memorial: Loved ones pay tributes to 'kind, open and caring' aid worker

The service was also attended by Barbara Henning, the wife of Salford taxi driver and fellow humanitarian Alan who had also been beheaded by Isis

Hunger Games actress Jena Malone has been rumoured to be playing a female Robin in Batman v Superman

Batman v Superman: Side-kick Robin to be 'woman played by Jena Malone'

A local TV station reporting on the set in Michigan said a source disclosed that Robin would be female in the upcoming Batman V Superman movie

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Russell Brand's 'true news' videos attract millions of viewers. But today's 'Milibrand' interview introduced his resolutely amateurish style to a whole new crowd
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