Two men have been arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking after a boat was seized in the English Channel
The would-be murderers were said to have "hero-worshipped" Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris
Clare O'Neill was injured when thieves stole her Audi in Acocks Green, Birmingham, on Thursday, with four-week-old Eliza inside
In his first speech since being appointed to the role, Matt Hancock said his commitment to the health service was not just professional but "deeply personal"
The The Liberal Democrat leader, along with fellow MP Tim Farron, were criticised for not showing up to vote on the Prime Minister's new Brexit White Paper.
Researchers suggested that people who emigrate tend to be more aspirational and take risks, and pass their "grit and determination" on to their children
Pay and disputes over guards will threaten services over the summer
So-called "overflight rights" are guaranteed by international treaties rather than EU membership, a Number 10 spokeswoman said
Theresa May will use a speech in Belfast to reiterate her refusal to contemplate any backstop deal that treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of the UK
The public are being encouraged to take part in the Big Butterfly Count over the next three weeks to help experts see how butterflies are faring.
Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said five people remain missing and seven others were taken to hospital after a Ride the Ducks boat sank on Table Rock Lake in Branson.
Ishmael Lee South joined the talkRADIO breakfast show to talk about the recent rise in crime figures published on Thursday.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said John Bolton would be making the invitation following Mr Trump's meeting with the Russian president earlier this week in Finland.
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, could be facing life behind bars for planning to bomb the gates of 10 Downing Street
Police are hunting burglars who stole a 30ft-long land train with a Thomas the Tank Engine face
A legal challenge to block expansion of Heathrow has been launched by a group of councils, London mayor Sadiq Khan and Greenpeace
Many police officers feel their efforts to enforce the law on possession of cannabis have "little or no impact" on offenders' use of the drug, according to a study
The move by administrators at Deloitte will see the immediate loss of 540 jobs.
A teenager with a previous conviction for making a pipe bomb found in his Nazi memorabilia-filled bedroom has been detained in a young offenders institution for a terror offence
The fashion brand describes it as a measure to protect intellectual property and prevent illegal counterfeiting.
A retired GP ordered the contract killing of his financial adviser on the dark web as part of a "five-year vendetta" because he blamed the banker for losing £300,000 from his pension, the court heard
Hunniford, who was sat behind Sir Cliff Richard in court during the BBC legal privacy battle, has told Eamonn Holmes and Saira Khan about the singer’s mood when he won
Philip Davies claims he has "lost trust" in May's ability to deliver Brexit
Richard Hippel, a firefighter of 30 years' experience, is giving evidence at the public inquiry.
Police registered 40,147 offences involving a knife or sharp instrument in the year to March, a 16% increase on 2016/17.
The former Director General of the CBI and current Lord, joined the Julia Hartley-Brewer show on talkRADIO in reaction to Boris Johnson’s resignation speech
A major review found victims have been let down after being targeted because of personal characteristics such as race, religion or sexual orientation.
Officers think several Russians were involved in the attempted murder of the former double agent and daughter Yulia in Salisbury.
The Metropolitan Police have carried out three interviews under caution and said the investigation has moved to a "new phase"
The former Foreign Secretary addressed the House of Commons to explain his reasons for resigning as Foreign Secretary
James Whale clashed with pro-Brexit Labour councillor Brendan Chilton and hung up on him
The blimp was inflated outside the O2 arena on Monday night as lead singer Eddie Vedder gives his support to the anti-Trump protests.
McAndrew, a regular co-host and guest on Mike Graham’s show on talkRADIO, was reacting to the singer’s landmark victory at the High Court.
The singer has been awarded more than £200,000 in damages against the BBC over its coverage of a police search of his home.
In his resignation letter, Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock said Mr Corbyn would pose a "clear risk to UK national security as prime minister".
The Twitter comment came amid a spat between Mr Musk and Vern Unsworth, a diver who had claimed the Tesla founder's offers to help save the children were a "PR stunt".
Stephen Pollard joins Julia to discuss Labour's new anti-semitism code.
The social interactions of teenagers, including a focus on family time and keeping in touch over the internet, may have affected their likelihood of having sexual relationships, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) said.
The US President now accepts that Russia had involvement in the 2016 election.
Former Downing Street press secretary Alastair Campbell tells Eamonn Holmes that Vote Leave should face a criminal probe
Darren Jones MP told Jamie East that the penalties imposed by the Electoral Commission are not severe enough
Remainer Lord Adonis and Brexiteer Stewart Jackson give their views on Vote Leave being fined by the Electoral Commission
Talking on his show on Monday, James was joined by SNP MP Tommy Sheppard as the two clashed about Donald Trump in a fiery debate.
But the Prime Minister, whose Government has tabled a motion calling for the current parliamentary session to be cut short, has been accused of "running scared" amid Brexit turmoil.
The reaction in the United States was immediate and visceral among fellow Republicans and usual Trump critics.
United Utilities said the move comes after what is believed to be the longest heatwave since 1976 and will affect seven million customers in the North West of England, where the firm provides its services.
It comes as the official figures show a drop in net migration from the EU.
It means Vote Leave exceeded its legal spending limit of £7 million by almost £500,000, the statement added.
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin presented a united front to deny allegations of Russian collusion in the 2016 US election
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin's meeting in Helsinki is expected to cover multiple issues - except the allegations of Russian interference in the US election
In an interview with George Galloway on the Mother of All Talk Shows, Peter Hitchens revealed his unique views on Brexit and the US president