The police operation for US President Donald Trump’s visit to the UK is estimated to have cost nearly £18 million, it has emerged.
Harvey Weinstein is to appear before a New York judge as his lawyers try to get criminal charges against him thrown out.
Two astronauts from the US and Russia have made an emergency landing after a booster rocket carrying them to the International Space Station failed after launch.
Businesses could be forced to reveal their ethnicity pay gap under plans unveiled by the Prime Minister to help ethnic minority employees at work.
Evangelical Peter Lynas has said that the “gay cake” case was “about the message and not the people” after Christian owners of a bakery won their Supreme Court appeal.
Heroes of the London Bridge terror attack are among those who will receive honours at Buckingham Palace.
The Democratic Unionist Party’s Brexit Spokesman Sammy Wilson has said that “there has to be consequences” if Theresa May does break the DUP’s red lines.
Former Conservative Prime Minister John Major has said the Government needs to rethink its national roll-out of Universal Credit, warning most Britons will think current plans are unfair.
Former US Vice President Joe Biden said the United States' interest in the UK hinged on being able to have 'influence' in Europe
The Mental Health Nurse Association sent a letter to Esther McVey calling for universal credit to be scrapped
A 33-year-old decorator has been given a community order after spray painting a homeless man, who later died.
In her first appearance at the Commons since her speech at Salzburg, Theresa May was forced to defend her decision to "honour" the result of the referendum.
A report by the Agricultural Biotechnology Council has claimed that leaving the EU could help the UK make advancements in GM crops away from 'overly prescriptive' EU regulations.
Matt Hancock said the new Suicide Prevention Minister will prioritise tackling mental health issues with a 'joined-up' approach to the causes
The chief executive of the National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations has claimed the industry carries a "lot of weight" politically.
The Christian owners of a Belfast bakery won an appeal against a discrimination ruling against them for refusing to make a cake with 'Support Gay Marriage' message'
Liberal Democrat spokesman for international affairs Tom Brake says the prospect of a no deal Brexit could unite Remainers across all parties
Stewart Jackson, who worked with David Davis during his tenure as Brexit secretary, said up to fifty Tory rebels could oppose the Prime Minister's Chequers plan
Nikki Haley announced her intention to resign from her role as UN ambassador in the US administration
A man claiming to be a journalist had to be escorted away by police after disrupting a press conference with Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins.
A former Army officer tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Isis suspects should not be tried in the UK because of the risk they could radicalise other inmates in jail
Brexit could affect the UK's standing as being in the "Premier League" of cancer research, a professor from Queen's University Belfast has warned.
Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins and investigative journalist Christo Grozev revealed how they identified the second Salisbury suspect in a meeting at the House of Commons.
A £20 million scheme to help rough sleepers off the streets and into secure homes has been announced by the Government ahead of World Homeless Day.
A clinical waste disposal firm has been stripped of NHS contracts after allowing waste, which included human body parts, to pile up at its facilities.
Chairman of the National Obesity Forum, Tam Fry has said NHS England restricting sugary drinks sales is “an excellent idea” because “you are in a hospital to get better”.
The Bank of England has warned that the need for action is now “pressing” to ward off the risks to trillion of pounds of financial products from a no-deal Brexit.
A caravan park close to Donald Trump’s luxury Turnberry golf resort in South Ayrshire could change its name due to “negative” associations with the US President.
US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has been sworn in at a White House ceremony, but not before President Donald Trump criticised Mr Kavanaugh’s opponents for a “campaign of personal destruction”.
As many as 40 Tory Brexiteers will resist attempts to coerce them into supporting a Brexit deal with Brussels based on Theresa May’s Chequers plan, a former minister has warned.
Sir Andrew Wood, the former British Ambassador to Russia has said that Russian leader Vladimir Putin is on “a search for past glory” following the attempted assassination of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal.
The Australian government is considering banning some immigrants from settling in big cities.
Prison officers are to be given canisters of synthetic pepper spray to combat violence in jails, Prisons Minister Rory Stewart has said.
Any extra barriers to trade between Northern Ireland and Britain after Brexit would be “catastrophic”, Arlene Foster has warned as she prepared for talks with the European Union’s chief negotiator.
Investigative website Bellingcat has named the second suspect in the Sergei and Yulia Skripal poisoning case as Dr Alexander Yevgenyevich Mishkin.
Celebrity psychologist and relationship expert Emma Kenny told Matthew Wright she thinks society has been "fed a lie, and that's that sex is important".
The chief executive of children's charity Plan International UK has said that young girls are experiencing 'really horrible new kinds of harassment', including on their way to and from school.
Sue Avery, Director of Birmingham Women’s Fertility Centre has said that gender selection by parents was about "desire", not medical need.
The chairman of the UK Statistics Authority has told the Education Secretary he has “serious concerns” about his department’s use of statistics.
Buckingham University is aiming to start a “revolution” to make drug-taking “socially unacceptable” – and plans to ask students to sign a contract pledging not to take illegal substances.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has threatened his party’s MPs will cause “maximum disruption” to UK Tory government if it continues to “treat Scotland as a second-class nation”.
Father Ted co-creator Graham Linehan was given a verbal harassment warning after being reported by a transgender activist over social media comments.
“Big issues” remain to be resolved on the UK’s EU withdrawal agreement ahead of next week’s Brussels summit, Prime Minister Theresa May’s official spokesman has said.
The firm blamed by Pret A Manger for supplying a contaminated yoghurt suspected to have caused a second allergy death has called the claims “unfounded”.
Conservative MP Grant Shapps has said that it was “smart politics” for Prime Minister Theresa May to bid for Labour voters.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer asked SNP MP Angus MacNeil why the SNP were happy to hand over powers to the EU but not be “ruled” by Westminster.
Labour Leave’s Brendan Chilton has said that Brexit is not a party issue and Labour and the Conservatives need to “work together” so that the UK can go on to “prosper”.
Chinese authorities are investigating the former President of Interpol for bribery and other crimes – and indicate that political transgressions may also have landed him in trouble.
Up to a million reported crimes are being dropped with little or no investigation, it has been reported.
Britain would be welcomed into the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact “with open arms” by Japan, the country’s Prime Minister has said.
Alastair Campbell joined dog owners at a march calling for a People's Vote on Brexit
Thousands of dogs are expected to march on Westminster to protest against Brexit, this weekend.