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UK Weather: The Latest Sky News Forecast. By Joanna Robinson, Weather Producer The East-West split in the weather will continue on Friday but expect warm sunshine to develop more widely over the weekend.

UK Weather: The Latest Sky News Forecast

Thursday evening will be dry for most, although northern Scotland will be rather damp. Low cloud will become more extensive across central and eastern Britain overnight, with heavy showers moving into north-east Scotland and the coast of East Anglia later. The clearer west will turn quite chilly with just a few fog patches likely, especially in north-west Ireland. Friday morning will bring more warm sunshine to Northern Ireland, the Republic, Wales, western England and south-west Scotland. A top temperature of 23C (73F) is possible in south-west Ireland.

Elsewhere, it will be rather cool and cloudy again, with outbreaks of heavy rain for eastern England and the breezy north of Scotland. That rain will move westwards during the afternoon, perhaps reaching western Scotland, north-west England and the Welsh borders by evening. Space X boss Elon Musk believes we're living in a simulation and will get humans to Mars by 2025.

Credit Getty Images / Bill Pugliano SpaceX and Tesla boss Elon Musk has revealed his plans to put humans on Mars, how he feels about Apple's electric car plans and even his views on whether we're living in a simulation.

Space X boss Elon Musk believes we're living in a simulation and will get humans to Mars by 2025

Inside Facebook's DeepText: the deep-learning algorithm that understands human language. Credit Getty / Sean Gallup / Staff Facebook has announced a deep-learning algorithm that can understand posts and messages with "near-human accuracy," according to the company's blog.

Inside Facebook's DeepText: the deep-learning algorithm that understands human language

England coach Eddie Jones: Australia's 'coordinated' dirty tricks have already begun. How did England beat Portugal in their final warm-up game and what did Roy Hodgson learn ahead of Euro 2016? Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin failed chemistry tests. Emilia Clarke doesn't identify with her strong female characters. Emilia Clarke Emilia Clarke thinks she is similar to her bonkers 'Me Before You' character Lou and admits she is "winging it" when she plays strong female characters.

Emilia Clarke doesn't identify with her strong female characters

Emilia Clarke is "winging it" when she plays strong female characters. The 29-year-old actress feels she is more akin to her clumsy, bonkers 'Me Before You' character Lou than her other roles. Speaking to Total Film magazine she said: "Of the strong women I play, I'm winging it! Jake Gyllenhaal joins Ryan Reynolds in Life. Jake Gyllenhaal Jake Gyllenhaal will co-star with Ryan Reynolds in 'Life', a science-fiction movie which tells the story of the crew of the International Space Station who discover a life form on Mars.

Jake Gyllenhaal joins Ryan Reynolds in Life

EuroHist9. The Enchanted Forest - Pitlochry. Trump To Visit UK Day After EU Referendum. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will visit the UK on 24 June to open a golf course in Scotland.

Trump To Visit UK Day After EU Referendum

Scottish Parliament Building, Edinburgh, Scotland. A site at the foot of the historic Royal Mile was chosen for the new Parliamentary building.

Scottish Parliament Building, Edinburgh, Scotland

This followed a Referendum in 1997, when the people of Scotland voted for the creation of the first Scottish Parliament in almost 300 years, in the centre of Edinburgh. The four-acre Holyrood site is next to the Royal Palace of Holyrood House and Holyrood Park. Scottish Parliament Building, Edinburgh, Scotland. Remembering the 1988 Lockerbie Bombing - History in the Headlines. On December 21, 1988, a suitcase bomb exploded aboard New York-bound Pan Am Flight 103, killing all 259 passengers and crewmembers, along with 11 people on the ground in Lockerbie, Scotland.

Remembering the 1988 Lockerbie Bombing - History in the Headlines

Only one suspect, a Libyan intelligence agent, was ever convicted in connection with the attack, and much mystery still surrounds it. Tensions between Libya and the United States had been mounting for years when, in March 1986, the two sides fired on each other in disputed waters off the Libyan coast. The following month, a bomb went off in a West Berlin disco popular with American servicemen, killing two U.S. soldiers and a Turkish woman and injuring more than 200 others.

Having intercepted communications that purportedly implicated Libya’s government in the attack, the United States responded with air strikes. Qaddafi, however, had not been scared into submission, prosecutors would later indicate. Of the 270 victims that day, 189 were American. Remembering the 1988 Lockerbie Bombing - History in the Headlines. People Smugglers Find New Route Into Britain. By John Sparks, Sky News Correspondent Migrants are avoiding tough new security measures in Calais by choosing quiet beaches in France to launch attempts to cross the Channel, Sky News has been told.

People Smugglers Find New Route Into Britain

Local people say there is something strange happening on a stretch of coastline south of Calais. M5 crash: Two die on motorway in Gloucestershire. Image copyright Gloucestershire Police Two men have died and two others have been critically injured in crashes involving several vehicles on the M5.

M5 crash: Two die on motorway in Gloucestershire

Four cars and a lorry were involved in two crashes which happened at 01:00 BST between J8 and J9 southbound, police said. Isle of Wight deaths: Residents speak of shock. Image copyright Family handout Residents have spoken of their shock after a six-year-old girl and her father died on the Isle of Wight. Flash the plastic – Bank of England unveils untearable plastic £5 note. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has formally unveiled Britain’s first plastic banknote, the new fiver featuring Sir Winston Churchill. The transition to plastic notes is a significant departure for a central bank that has used paper money since it was established more than 320 years ago. Launching the note at Blenheim Palace, birthplace and ancestral home of the late wartime leader, Carney said the new polymer note was a major innovation and was cleaner, safer and longer-lasting than paper.

Euro 2016: Roy Hodgson had Gareth Bale in mind with England's Portugal friendly - BBC Sport. Duke Of Edinburgh Resumes Royal Duties.