The Labour leader says he is "not surprised" by Amal Clooney's decision to resign her role as special envoy on media freedom.
By Steven McIntosh
George Clooney has a word about the Scottish weather as he and wife Amal attend a charity gala in Edinburgh.
By Angie Brown
BBC Scotland, Edinburgh and East reporter
Nadia Murad, an Iraqi Yazidi who was tortured and raped by Islamic State militants, explains what winning the prize means to her.
Guests including David and Victoria Beckham, as well as George and Amal Clooney, have arrived.
Amal Clooney and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Nadia Murad, who was tortured by the so-called Islamic State, are campaigning to give Yazidis justice.
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Hollywood star George Clooney says he is ready to become a father to twins, and has told the US site Extra: "I know what I'm in for."
The screen star, 55, and his English barrister wife Amal, 39, who have a house in Sonning, are expecting their first babies this June.
Mr Clooney told US site Extra that Amal was "doing great".
"She is amazing. I don't have anything to do. There is nothing I can do to help, but make tea and stuff," he said.
He joked that nappies will be central to his life, adding "for me, not for the kids".
The Hollywood star recently turned up unexpectedly at a care home in Berkshire, with flowers for 87-year-old fan Pat Adams.Copyright: Sunrise UK
Lawyer Amal Clooney says she has heard "harrowing" testimonies from the ethnic Kurdish group.