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Nicola Sturgeon’s husband, the former SNP chief executive Peter Murrell, has been arrested. He’s a suspect in an investigation into claims the party used £600,000 of donations for day-to-day costs, rather than the second independence referendum campaign they were intended for. Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records. After his appearance in a Manhattan courtroom yesterday, the former president flew back to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, where he made a speech describing the “fake case” as an “insult” to America. Camilla will now be known as Queen rather than Queen Consort. Invitations to the coronation on 6 May, which echo the colourful design of the one specially made for a four-year-old Charles ahead of his mother’s coronation in 1953, are in the name of “King Charles III and Queen Camilla”.