News in Britain News in Britain.co.uk aggregator News in Britain.co.uk - aggregated feeds BBC News: At-a-glance: Autumn Statement The key points of Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement on the economy, updated as he speaks - and what we already know from pre-briefings. BBC News: 6,500 NI customers without power Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) says 6,500 customers are without power after strong winds caused disruption to power supplies. Daily Mail Home: Autumn Statement 2013: George Osborne to plead for more time to fix nation's finances despite stronger economic growth The Chancellor will use his Autumn Statement to reveal growth this year has been twice as good as expected, allowing the government to borrow billions less than planned. BBC News: Brooks 'agreed to buy prince photo' Ex-Sun editor Rebekah Brooks agreed a payment of £4,000 to a soldier at Sandhurst in return for a picture of Prince William in a bikini, the Old Bailey hears. Daily Mail Home: Identity of killer who shot wounded Taliban insurgent revealed as court lifts ban on identifying him The Royal Marine convicted of murdering an injured insurgent in Afghanistan, previously known as 'Marine A', can now be named as Sergeant Alexander Blackman. BBC News: Consultation on NI's abortion laws Justice Minister David Ford has said he is going to consult on changing Northern Ireland's abortion laws to allow women carrying babies with fatal foetal abnormalities to have a termination. BBC England: Christian loses Sunday shifts appeal A Christian care worker who claimed she was forced to leave her job after refusing to work Sundays has lost her legal appeal. BBC News: Christian loses Sunday shifts appeal A Christian care worker who claimed she was forced to leave her job after refusing to work Sundays has lost her legal appeal. BBC News: Lethal storm spreads from Scotland A man dies as a storm hits Scotland and high winds spread south with flooding predicted for eastern England later. BBC News: The job is not yet done - Osborne Chancellor George Osborne says more work is needed to fix the economy, despite the UK growing faster than expected.