By Amy Southall

Tuesday 20 February 2018

Tuesday 20 February 2018

Japanese father granted sole custody of 13 surrogate children in Thailand

Japanese father granted sole custody of 13 surrogate children in Thailand

Japanese father granted sole custody of 13 surrogate children in Thailand

The babies were born by nine surrogate mothers

Drunk police superintendent attacked taxi driver over 'fear of kidnap'

Drunk police superintendent attacked taxi driver over 'fear of kidnap'

Drunk police superintendent attacked taxi driver over 'fear of kidnap'

Robert James Kirman admitted to criminal damage, assault and a public order offence

Driver racially abused and punched in the face in Leicester

Driver racially abused and punched in the face in Leicester

Driver racially abused and punched in the face in Leicester

Police are searching for the suspect who was thought to be driving a black Ford Focus Titanium

Brexit: 'The UK will become a boiled frog and Jeremy Corbyn will rise to power', says think tank

Brexit: 'The UK will become a boiled frog and Jeremy Corbyn will rise to power', says thinktank director

Brexit: 'The UK will become a boiled frog and Jeremy Corbyn will rise to power'

Think tank director Phillip Blond says after Brexit the UK will suffer austerity-like conditions

Jeremy Corbyn promises to stop London being 'masters of us all'

Jeremy Corbyn promises to stop City bankers being 'masters of us all'

Jeremy Corbyn promises to stop City bankers being 'masters of us all'

The Labour leader is to give a speech to the EEF manufacturers' organisation

David Davis says there won't be 'Mad Max-style' free-for-all after Brexit

David Davis says there won't be 'Mad Max-style' free-for-all after Brexit

David Davis says there won't be 'Mad Max-style' free-for-all after Brexit

The Brexit Secretary is to give a speech in Vienna where he'll say ministers aren't preparing a programme of sweeping deregulation

Senior Oxfam officials to face grilling from MPs

Senior Oxfam officials face grilling from MPs

Senior Oxfam officials face grilling from MPs

Oxfam GB chief executive Mark Goldring will appear before the Commons International Development Committee

Monday 19 February 2018

Monday 19 February 2018

British teenage murder suspect Bradley Blundell 'on the run in Ibiza'

British teenage murder suspect Bradley Blundell 'on the run in Ibiza'

British teenage murder suspect 'on the run in Ibiza'

A reward of up to £10,000 has been offered for information leading to Bradley Blundell's arrest

'Genuinely broken my heart' - Hungry customers outraged at KFC chicken shortage

'Genuinely broken my heart' - Hungry customers outraged at KFC chicken shortage

'Genuinely broken my heart' - Hungry customers outraged at KFC closures

Many KFC outlets have no chicken due to a DHL delivery problem

Police track down family of First World War soldier after finding letter to his 'only friend'

Police track down family of First World War soldier after finding letter to his 'only friend'

Police track down family of First World War soldier after finding letter

Police were able to find the family by posting about the letter on Twitter

MG reckons it's ridiculous that employers can't ask women whether they plan to have children

The Independent Republic of Mike Graham: February 19

The Independent Republic of Mike Graham: February 19

Sex, Baftas and political correctness gone mad... MG was at his outspoken best today.

George Galloway gave his fierce opinions on the show

The Mother of All Talk Shows with George Galloway: February 16

The Mother of All Talk Shows with George Galloway: February 16

George Galloway once again gave his all in this week's podcast

Andy Woodward says 'there’s no sentence that will be enough' for Barry Bennell

Andy Woodward says 'there’s no sentence that will be enough' for Barry Bennell

Andy Woodward says 'there’s no sentence that will be enough' for Barry Bennell

Former footballer Andy Woodward hopes Barry Bennell will spend the rest of his life in prison for abusing young boys

Students hold protest after racist Snapchat photo is shared

Students hold protest after racist Snapchat photo is shared

Students hold protest after racist Snapchat photo is shared

The photo reportedly included he n-word and referenced "lynching" black people

Mike Graham reveals 'strange phenomena' happens when he's out with his daughter

Mike Graham reveals 'strange phenomena' happens when he's out with his daughter

Mike Graham: 'I can feel people accusing me when I'm out with my daughter'

Father Karl Pollard was accused of being a paedophile after checking into a Travelodge with his daughter

Father asks for son's death penalty to be dropped, despite murdering his family

Father asks for son's death penalty to be dropped, despite murdering his family

Father asks for son's death penalty to be dropped, despite murdering his family

Thomas 'Bart' Whitaker murdered his mother and brother in 2003 and is due to be killed later this week

Australian MP reported to police over Facebook gun photo

Australian MP reported to police over 'greenie punk' Facebook gun photo

Australian MP reported to police over Facebook gun photo

George Christensen claims the photo was in reference to environmentalists

Florida shooting: Celebrities support students as they announce march for gun control

Florida shooting: Celebrities support students as they announce march for gun control

Florida shooting: Celebrities support students as they announce march

March For Our Lives will take place on March 24 in Washington

Oxfam investigation warned against 'problem staff' yet they continued to work

Oxfam investigation warned against 'problem staff' yet they continued to work

Oxfam investigation warned against 'problem staff' yet they continued to work

Many accused of abuse were still able to gain jobs in the aid sector

Theresa May to announce review of university fees

Theresa May announces review of university fees

Theresa May announces review of university fees

The Prime Minister is expected to say the system is not a competitive market

Friday 16 February 2018

Friday 16 February 2018

The Italian doctor travelling to patients on a horse

The Italian doctor travelling to patients on a horse

The Italian doctor travelling to patients on a horse

Roberto Anfosso has been riding a horse to visit patients for 10 years

US Navy leader sacked for being drunk and naked in Japanese woods

US Navy leader sacked for being drunk and naked in Japanese woods

US Navy leader sacked for being drunk and naked in Japanese woods

Lieutenant Commander Jason Gabbard had been attending an event with other officers and chiefs

Primark accused of sexism over 'girls' changing room sign

Primark accused of sexism over 'girls' changing room sign

Primark accused of sexism over 'girls' changing room sign

The shop in Bolton was using a sign that said 'girls' instead of 'women,' even though the sign for males said 'men'

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