Evening top 5: UK threat level raised after Manchester attack; Roger Moore dies aged 89

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UK terror threat level raised to 'critical' after Manchester attack

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that the terror threat level in the UK has been raised to 'critical' - the highest level - following the Manchester attack.

An 8-year-old girl is believed to be among the 22 people killed in the suspected suicide bombing at the city's Manchester Arena last night.

The suspect behind last night's terror attack in Manchester has been named as 22-year-old Salman Abedi. Mrs May said Abedi "was born and brought up" in Britain.

"A show of unity" - Thousands attend vigil in Manchester

Picture by: Martin Rickett/PA Wire/PA Images

Thousands of people have gathered for a vigil in Manchester following last night's suspected bombing.

Community and faith leaders attended the vigil in the city's Albert Square to spread a message that "love is stronger than hate".

Sean Fitzpatrick acquitted on all charges

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) has accepted the criticism of its investigation into Sean Fitzpatrick.

The former CEO of Anglo Irish Bank will formally be acquitted tomorrow after Judge John Aylmer ruled he intended to direct the jury to clear him of all charges arising from alleged multi-million euro loans from the bank.

Former James Bond actor Roger Moore dies aged 89

British actor Sir Roger Moore poses before an interview in Aachen, Germany, 25-06-2013. Image: Rolf Vennenbernd/DPA/PA Images

Former James Bond actor Roger Moore has died at the age of 89.

In a statement this afternoon, the actor’s family said he had passed away in Switzerland after a “short but brave battle with cancer.”

The family said the actor spent his final days surrounded by love “so great it cannot be quantified in words alone.”

HSE report finds compassion lacking at several maternity hospitals

A Health Service Executive (HSE) review of maternity complaints has found compassion and sensitivity were not always demonstrated to patients.

The review examined patient complaints made between 1975 and 2015.