Today's running order
The father and a brother of the Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, have been detained in Libya. Mohamed Eljarh is a Libyan analyst with the Atlantic Council.
Police chiefs have condemned the publication by the New York Times of leaked photos and information from the scene of the Manchester suicide bombing. Kurt Volker is the former US permanent representative to NATO.
Offering a free breakfast to every primary school child in England could cost more than three times what the Conservative Party has estimated, according to academics. Dr Rebecca Allen is the director of Education Datalab.
The Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, was born in the city and is believed to be of Libyan descent. BBC reporter Sangita Myska has been to meet members of the British-Libyan community to hear about the scrutiny they now face.
The UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall has told the BBC that the launch of his party's manifesto will be “an act of defiance” against terrorism and that it will set out a “clear cut and uncompromising” agenda in the wake of the Manchester bombing.
Bond star Roger Moore sent in the manuscript for his last, as yet untitled book just two weeks before his death, his publisher has revealed. Michael O’Mara published Sir Roger’s last three books.
There have been many stories of heroism and extraordinary behaviour following the attack in Manchester earlier this week. Joe O’Brien is a senior sister in the surgical department of Stepping Hill hospital in Stockport.
The UK government and police have reacted with anger after a US newspaper published photos apparently showing the scene of the Manchester bomb attack. Lord Blair is a former commissioner of the Metropolitan Police.
Cristobal Balenciaga was at the height of his fame in the 1950s and 60s with famous clients including Jackie Kennedy, and an exhibition devoted to his work is about to open at London's Victoria and Albert Museum. Cassie Davies-Strodder is a curator of that exhibition and Molly Goddard is the designer.
Counter terror police chiefs have said the leak of information on the Manchester bomb attack to the US undermined their investigation and victims' and witnesses' confidence. Lord Blunkett is the former home secretary.
Cocaine is getting stronger and this is leading to more users in Britain needing emergency medical treatment. Dr Adam Winstock is the founder of the Global Drug Survey.
The writer Peter Ackroyd is known as one of the greatest chroniclers of London. In his new book Queer City he addresses what he says is an under researched area - the capital's gay history. He spoke to our reporter Nicola Stanbridge.
The tragic events in Manchester have led to a flurry of public displays of grief. The tragedy was marked at the Europa League final last night - while buildings across the world have been lit up in British colours in solidarity. Author Anthony Clavane wrote A Yorkshire Tragedy and Susie Orbach is a psychotherapist.
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