Henry Hill reckons rookie James Cleverly could take over from Theresa May
A security source has said no one was injured during the airstrikes which took place after a projectile was allegedly fired from the Gaza Strip
Fergus Beeley called a woman an 'old slut' and claimed he was putting her family under citizens arrest
Peter Edwards says Labour leader's fresh remarks can't be interpreted as a u-turn
Dickie Arbiter says the documentary is personal and honest and it was the right time to make it
Odds aggregator BetData claims Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has a 20% chance of winning a Conservative leadership race
Boxing promoter Kellie Maloney says she believes feeling you're in the wrong body is a medical condition
16-year-old Linda Wenzel has been located and identified in Iraq and is having consular assistance in prison
The foreign secretary thanked locals for helping tourists in an earthquake last year and describes the country as 'mind-numbingly beautiful'
Rachida Serroukh was taken aside by a member of staff at an event for parents of children about to start at Holland Park School, London
The woman filed a criminal complaint about the man when he tried to sabotage her wedding plans in the UK
Protests have erupted against the installation of metal detectors at the Al-Aqsa mosque
With reports that the US is about to ban its citizens from visiting North Korea, will the hermit kingdom cope?
Matthew Hussey gives Carole Malone advice on how women can approach men
Some women who work at the ranch have said they will quit is Simpson is employed
Twitter users are wondering why what was once a red, white and blue Brexit is now green and is it supposed to be hard or soft?
Cable also says he won't prop up Jeremy Corbyn as he can't endorse his economic 'incoherence'
A five-year-old girl was told she could not sell lemonade on the street without a trading permit and was fined
A earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 hit Greece and Turkey in the early hours of the morning and at least two people have died
Kim Taylor-Smith refuses to promise full amnesty and says it's proving extremely difficult to find homes for those affected
Ksenija Pavlovic used Periscope to capture audio of the closed press briefing and also tweeted a link to the feed
Baroness Jenny Jones says the Government needs to impose new building regulations covering various equipment and cladding
Bullard's offer will no doubt please BBC critics
The European Space Agency commissioned the droids to conduct a test on how well they would do in areas of varying light
The group were living in Washington DC on one-year visas
Judges have ruled that the refugee ban can be enforced, but a travel ban on grandparents of US citizens from six Muslim-majority countries has not been allowed
MSN is claiming a friend of Donald Trump's eldest son is unhappy he can't conduct business deals in private
Representatives of two countries agree to create united front against violence
Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey said the 'extraordinary size' of the crime scene had required the extra recruitment
Emily Maitlis' agent says the fact she isn't on the list is 'beyond madness and being dealt with'
The Transnational Justice Working Group claims alleged criminals were shot in places like school playgrounds and fish markets
The presenter and actress was on the ITV show to discuss the BBC's recent pay reveal
14 Democrats and 29 Republicans are seeking to criminalise support for an international campaign against the country
Daily Mail journalist Peter Oborne says there needs to be a national conversation about how much people get paid
The Syrian woman is appearing in court over a divorce at a district court in Luckenwalde, Brandenberg
Representatives of the opposition party have listed 88 reasons why the US President is unfit for office
Our host discussed the public meeting where Kensington and Chelsea Council elected a new leader on Wednesday
Labour councillor Pat Mason says residents are angry and distressed and shouldn't have had to search for services after the fire
Harry Sarfo is already serving a three-year prison sentence in Germany on terrorism charges
Elizabeth Campbell was elected to the position of Kensington and Chelsea Council Leader at the meeting
Andrew Bridgen, the MP for North West Leicestershire, spoke to Paul Ross about the broadcaster's revealed talent pay
The Brexit Secretary will meet with EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier in the Belgian capital later on Thursday
The MP for Twickenham is set to become party leader following the resignation of Tim Farron in the wake of the election
Sociologist Tom Mills believes the BBC releasing wage figures is good because public organisations should be transparent
Many wore clothes with slogans such as 'I love Hitler' and 'Skinheads, white and proud'
Mark Rober has created a series of gadgets, from the world's largest Super Soaker to the nicest car horn ever
The same company which produces machine guns has created a droid which fires its weapons by way of artificial intelligence