Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak has been released from jail after nearly six years, according to a lawyer.
Operation Cup of Tea
Keep calm and have a cup of tea. That's how over 110,000 people on Facebook plan to tackle the riots.
Created by Sam Pepper the Facebook page reads
"At 8.30 tonight EVERY NIGHT TILL THE RIOTS STOP, gather us in an anti-riot. for this all you need to do is post a picture on this event at 8.30pm having a nice cup of tea at home!
We dont need to riot, and this is how we will show it!
*if your not a fan of tea feel free to post a picture of you drinking any "mugged" drink :)"
The page is already packed with pictures of mugs and messages
Twitter is considering launching a premium version of its Tweetdeck platform, raising the possibility that it could run a subscription service for the first time.
A businessman has told Sky News how he met "smiling, polite" Khalid Masood just hours before he struck in Westminster.
Landline and broadband customers will receive automatic compensation for delays in repairs, service set-up or missed appointments under proposals from Ofcom.
Most Viewed Pictures On Heart
Make Heart the soundtrack to your day and you could be a winner with great prizes up for grabs throughout the day.
- Last photo of Westminster hero PC Palmer emerges as fourth victim named
- Two toddlers missing in California after car stolen with them inside
- Ten million jobs could be replaced by robots in next 15 years
- Well-wishers donate £400,000 to PC Keith Palmer's family
- UK 'among Europe's worst' for generous maternity pay
- Disney won't digitalise Carrie Fisher's image in new Star Wars film
- Has Kendrick Lamar just hinted at a new album?
- Loving director Jeff Nichols plans new indie film festival
- James Corden says Westminster attack 'will not divide' London as other stars share tributes
- Deadpool 2: Michael Shannon front-runner to play Cable