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It follows a number of reports of women being spiked by injections on nights out.
Several airlines have been told by the Moroccan government that flights will be suspended.
Julian Roddis was charged with voyeurism after being caught filming with a camera in an alarm clock.
Buckingham Palace says she has "reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days".
A student who believes she was jabbed in a club says she has been left feeling "violated".
But the business secretary says it is not time for "Plan B" and he wants to avoid further lockdowns.
Dame Cressida Dick announces a new system for the Met after the kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard.
A BBC investigation had previously exposed the occultist's influence on the killer of two sisters.
UK inflation fell slightly to 3.1% in September, although transport costs rose, official figures show.
The CMA says the social media giant, which also may be changing its name, deliberately broke rules.