Members of the public have pledged money along with messages of support for rough sleeper Chris Parker, who rushed into Manchester arena to help victims
The area has now been safely cleared
Twitter accounts affiliated to the extremist group use hashtags referring to the blast to post celebratory messages
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has also cancelled a planned campaign visit to Gibraltar
Witnesses reported hearing a huge bang at the venue
Children counted among the dead as eyewitnesses describe chaos and horror following suicide bombing
'Now you’re going to have a cap. You need to be honest, I would suggest, and tell the British people you’ve changed your mind'
Surge in applications by 18- to- 24-year-olds as 22 May deadline looms
Indigenous leader led an occupation of the site of Alcatraz Prison
US president set to arrive in Tel Aviv as part of first foreign trip in pursuit of the ‘ultimate deal’ - Israeli-Palestinian peace
Alleged killer Sean Urbanski had links to a 'despicable' Facebook group, investigators say
President sent his daughter in his place to youth forum on combating terrorism on social media
Blast comes two weeks after Pattani shopping centre explosions
News stories about the social care policy are almost universally critical
Survey suggests policy announcements behind the shift
Middle East nations pledged cash to help women entrepreneurs as part of global World Bank initiative
Those part way through their degree would pay no further fees for the remainder of the course
'We need someone representing Britain who is 100 per cent committed to the cause'
'You will find out who really knocked down the World Trade Centre because they have papers out there that are very secret'
The YouGov survey puts the party on 35 points and the Tories on 44
Child fleeing militant-controlled area finds unexpected fame in his country for eloquent news interview
Up to 15,000 children have already grown up as ‘Skype kids’ in order to keep in contact with one of their parents, campaigners warn
Manifesto raises fears Theresa May's party intends to prevent money going to world's poorest
The threat may make it harder for pro-EU Tory MPs to persuade the Prime Minister to step back from the brink
Ukip have entirely disappeared, being overtaken by the Greens
Prime Minister faces criticism that free breakfasts will reach fewer pupils – but Tories insist they will provide the same educational benefit
Jeremy Corbyn's party has now made up a total of 10 points on the Conservatives since the election was announced
There is a question as to whether President Trump obstructed justice
Meeting attendees included House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy
Massive moggie Omar, a Maine Coon, being considered by Guinness
Kremlin leader dismisses scandal engulfing US President as 'political schizophrenia'
‘We continue to work with the United States and we continue to share intelligence with the United States’
There are signs of a split between the two top Tories
'I feel like running down the hallway with a fire extinguisher,' says member of administration
'We will sternly deal with the North, together with the international community'
'He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go,' the President is reported to have said
Labour still trails the Conservatives by a large margin
Chaos in West Wing as officials react to allegations President leaked intelligence to Russians
The PM wants to hold a vote on bringing back the animal killings
'Brady's death does not change that'
'Let’s not minimise it. Comey affair now in the wastebasket of history,' says professor
The President is accused of leaking some of the most highly classified intelligence possible
‘Trump revealed more information to the Russian ambassador than we have shared with our own allies’
Gap with Conservatives narrows to 15 points, according to two new polls
Ms May, however, dismissed the Labour leader’s question that he left on the livestream, claiming it would be more important during the next four weeks before polling day to take questions directly from voters
Most of the funding for a £7.4bn-a-year cash injection for the NHS will come from higher income tax on top earners, Labour says
90-year-old Ahmed and 75-year-old Khadijah do not know if they will ever see their children or their home again
Sir Vince suggests an alternative 'unifying voice' could emerge for 'vast numbers' of voters with centre-left, pro-business views who can't find a party they align with
New President and First Lady embrace their modern family dynamic as symbol of boldness, unconventionality and rejection of established social order
Health Secretary has refused to answer questions about the crisis
'The path of jihad for the sake of God is what we live'
'If there are any tapes, they need to be handed over'
Registering a domain name listed within the program helps stop thousands of attacks
The malware is brand new
Computers in hospitals across England are showing a terrifying message after a cyber attack.
'I can confidently say that this is some kind of a dolphin. However, it has fur. It’s unusual. Dolphins do not have any fur,' expert says
Message appearing on computers tells doctors that they need to pay if they want to save their files
Hundreds are still unaccounted for after the 'scary' treatment at hands of authorities
Income tax increases and improved workers rights are among proposals strongly supported by the public, survey shows
Grim economic outlook for 2017 is called 'another sign of the Brexit squeeze', just four weeks before the general election
Tragic story of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose Blanchard becomes subject of new HBO programme: 'Mommy Dead and Dearest'
Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the president considered firing Mr Comey from 'day one'
There has been no word if the former FBI Director will appear
Parents say they are ‘devastated that we will not see our beautiful little girl again’
'Mr Comey was fired because he was leading an active investigation that could bring down a president'
The FBI Director later scrapped a scheduled speech
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has said he could not understand former FBI Director James Comey's refusal to accept the “nearly universal judgement that he was mistaken” in publicly exonerating Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of private email servers last year — and that’s why he got fired.
Democrat Senators raise concerns over possible constitutional crisis following Mr Comey's dismissal
Celebration marking anniversary of Nazi surrender in Second World War is country's most important secular holiday
Comedian and author was being investigated after calling God 'stupid' and 'a maniac'