Louis Marinelli, founder of Yes California, says Farage and his ideology are inimical to California's interests
From the surrender of the Confederate forces in the American Civil War to the Reagan-Gorbachev talks of the 1980s, who do you think won these titanic legs-offs?
Unite Against Fascism claims 400 people came to support its counter-demo - while only 29 'pathetic Nazis' joined the actual march
As debate continues to rage in Scotland, we weigh up whether the Scottish Parliament has the legal right to call a new vote without Westminster's consent
Arrest took place overnight in leafy Manchester suburb of West Didsbury, it has emerged
England supporters booed German national anthem and sang songs about bombing Germans in World War Two
Authorities believe attacks were carried out by a single assailant yesterday
Eyewitness says he initially thought the attack was deliberate as carnage on Westminster Bridge unfolded
Car mowed down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge while man carrying knife gunned down
BBC says it is providing unbiased scrutiny of Brexit and will continue to do so
Gove also tells Julia Hartley-Brewer he remains confident of deal with EU
Galloway likens himself to Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola and Matt Busby as he announces intention to run
Organiser Rachel Godfrey Wood says Tom Watson's criticism is 'laughable' and party's current mess 'is because of them, not us'
Bell, the former BBC war correspondent, said it's impossible to balance MP work with editing London Evening Standard
It is claimed Adbullah al-Serhan Abo Yassin was 'targeted' by pro-government troops
Osborne's local supporters believe he has every right to take publishing job - even though he could be spending much less time with them