Best places to see Northern Lights tonight if you missed them last night are revealed - as readers share spectacular pictures of the stunning light show

Pictures shared by MailOnline readers from last night's light show revealed large swathes of the country from Teesside to the Isle of Wight draped in a spectacular fluorescent hue.

'The Irish know how we feel!': Migrants hope for warm welcome as they land on Ireland's shores due to Emerald Isle's own migration history - and say they prefer it to UK in case they are sent to 'unsafe' Rwanda

EXCLUSIVE: With the threat of Rwanda looming over asylum seekers who reach the UK, Ireland is facing an unprecedented 'explosion' in migration which has left a country divided.

UK weather: Temperature is set to hit 27C today on hottest weekend of the year so far - as Met Office map warns where thunderstorms will hit tomorrow

The Met Office is predicting highs of 26C in the Midlands and the south east of the country this afternoon, with temperatures reaching 27C on Sunday as the warm weather continues.

'Keir would make UK the asylum capital of the world': Starmer's plan for Channel crisis is mocked by Tories as they point out a 'Border Security Command' already exists, he won't vow to end crossings, and wants to axe Rwanda despite signs it can work

Keir Starmer tried to get on the front foot on migration by parading Tory defector Natalie Elphicke at a speech in her Dover constituency.

Can YOU answer these GCSE questions? As pupils begin their exams, find if you're as smart as your kids

While Year 11 and 12 pupils prepare to tackle both GCSE and BTec exams this week, FEMAIL have put together a range of tricky GCSE questions from a variety of subjects to test your knowledge.

Dublin destroys its latest tent city as Ireland struggles to cope with migrant influx blamed on Britain's Rwanda policy

Asylum seekers pitched more than 100 tents in a camp along Dublin's Grand Canal, a short walk from the International Protection Office, as the government struggles to provide accommodation.

Young racegoers dress to the nines donning colourful frocks to attend Student Day at Down Royal in Northern Ireland

Though Down Royal only advises a 'smart casual' dress code to attend the races, students - many from Queens University in Belfast - pulled out all the stops with their glamorous outfits.

Half of Irish population now want migrant checkpoints at the Northern Ireland border to slow asylum seekers arrivals from Britain, poll finds as anti-immigration protests take place in Dublin

Half of the Irish public now want migrant checkpoints at the border with Northern Ireland following a surge in the number of asylum seekers fleeing the UK's Rwanda plan, a new poll has shown.

Half of Irish population now want migrant checkpoints at the Northern Ireland border to slow asylum seekers arrivals from Britain and 40% want 'Rwanda-style' policy like the UK, poll finds as new Dublin tent city grows

Half of the Irish public now want migrant checkpoints at the border with Northern Ireland following a surge in the number of asylum seekers fleeing the UK's Rwanda plan, a new poll has shown.

Police suspect paramilitary group is behind 'sinister' attack which saw a man's hands NAILED to a fence in a car park in Northern Ireland - as detectives say: 'We thought these kind of incidents were firmly in our past'

The injured man, in his 20s, was dashed to hospital following the vicious assault in Bushmills, County Antrim, in the early hours of Sunday morning

Man's hands are NAILED to a fence and two vans are set on fire in 'gruesome' and 'sinister' car park attack in Northern Ireland - with victim rushed to hospital with 'life-altering injuries'

A man in his 20s has been found with his hands nailed to a fence in a 'sinister attack' which also saw two vans set on ablaze.

Man in his 20s is found with his hands nailed to a fence in 'sinister attack' which also saw two vans set on fire

A man in his 20s has been found with his hands nailed to a fence in a 'sinister attack' which also saw two vans set on ablaze.

PETER HITCHENS: Blue Lights was brilliant. So why has the BBC made it one more propaganda vehicle?

Is there a rule which says that any successful BBC drama must become a propaganda vehicle? After a brilliant opening season, the same thing is happening to Blue Lights.

Schoolgirl, 17, attended event campaigning against road deaths the day before she and her 19-year-old boyfriend were killed on that very road

Kamile Vaicikonyte (pictured), 17, and her 19-year-old boyfriend Jamie Moore died in a single-vehicle crash on the A5 near Omagh, Co Tyrone, in Northern Ireland on Tuesday.

Kate Middleton's royal titles through the years, from the Duchess of Cambridge to the Princess of Wales

She is known by many today as the Princess of Wales, but depending on time and location, it has not always been that way.

Campaigners back first memorial to UK journalists killed while working in conflict zone

The organisers plan for a sculpture to be commissioned and located at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. Pictured: Marie Colvin who was killed in Syria in 2012

Drivers being 'seriously overcharged' with fuel prices soaring by 10p a litre on average in the last year

The average price of a litre of petrol increased by 3p to 150p in April alone, the RAC said, while average diesel prices rose by 2p per litre to 157.8p last month, with retailers' margins also rising.

Bank Holiday getaway is hit by heavy rain and rail disruption with 16million drivers preparing to hit the roads - as RAC reveals the best and worst times to travel

Some 16million motorists will make a leisure trip by car between today and Monday - with journeys on most major routes across southern England set to take an average of 50 per cent longer than usual.

Britain could help Ireland join the Rwanda migrant scheme 'if they think it's already having an effect' - after asylum-seekers fearful of being deported crossed the border from Northern Ireland

After Irish ministers claimed migrants fearful of being deported to the African state are seeking sanctuary in Ireland instead, Westminster offered them to join forces.

Victory for Gen Z activists as coach bound for Bibby Stockholm leaves with NO migrants on board after mob staged eight-hour protest outside Peckham asylum seeker hotel - as they vow to target other locations

Gen Z protesters answered calls to descend on Peckham, south-east London , as beanie-hat wearing activists arrived on Lime bikes and dumped them in front of the coach.

Moment police form ring of steel around coach taking asylum seekers to Bibby Stockholm barge as clashes turn violent: Gen Z protesters descend on Peckham chanting 'migrants welcome' and try to block path of bus after answering call on social media

Violent clashes have erupted between police officers and masked protesters who have blocked a coach trying to take migrants from a hotel to the Bibby Stockholm barge.