Moyes told BBC reporter Vicki Sparks she wasn't immune to the risk of violence just because she was a woman after Sunderland's 0-0 draw with Burnley last month.
The drugs network ran by storing drugs in hotel rooms which were then transported by using Uber drivers acting as couriers
Butler-Sloss, vice-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group of Gibraltar, told Julia Hartley-Brewer the UK would defend its overseas territory 'appropriately'
Nine people have been arrested in a suspected hate crime on a 17-year-old Kurdish-Iranian man, who was left in a serious but stable condition
Tory MP blasts Spain and the EU for requiring Spain's consent in any Brexit agreements regarding Gibraltar
The US president said it was now less likely for other member-states to follow in the footsteps of the UK
Many Twitter users have been celebrating the International Transgender Day of Visibility by posting messages of support online
Putin attributed a quote to Ronald Reagan when the real author was Bush the elder back in the 1980s
Police found a rather unusual scene with 'deplorable conditions' when they examined a home in Palm Beach
We're not so sure you would want to be near a shark under any circumstances, really
A photographer for the North Coast Times took the image, and it caused a bit of a storm when it was posted on Facebook this week
Israel has announced plans to create a new settlement in the West Bank, however the United Nations has condemned the decision, claiming it threatens peace
Former Green party leader Natalie Bennett says charging people for disposable coffee cups will make the public think about the resources they are using
The venom offers hopes it can be extracted and used in painkillers
The girls were allegedly forced by a warden to sit in a classroom whilst naked at the Kasturba Gandhi Residential School in Uttar Pradesh
The leader of the Philippines warned TV broadcaster ABS-CBN and the Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper there would be 'karmic repercussions'
The driver of a bin lorry which killed six people has now been banned from driving for three years, after he drove a car and endangered the public just nine months after the bin lorry incident
The US Attorney General announced the measure as a move to combat the release of 'dangerous criminals'
Columnist for the Daily Mail Amanda Platell also says women's groups are not promoting equality by claiming all women are victims
Sir Gerald Howarth says the European Union is trying to drag the process of Brexit out, and hoping that the UK either gets a new government or has a second referendum
Jonathan Wittenberg spoke to Carole Malone about the Muslim reaction to terrorist attacks
The Labour MP for Brent North spoke to Carole Malone about David Cameron's speech in Ukraine
David Davies allegedly emailed Southern Rail's customer relations department in November 2016 claiming to have placed a bomb in their offices
A detective show broadcast in 2001 appears to have used two black extras to act as burnt bodies slouched in coffins in a cemetery
The World Bank and The Bank of America are reportedly on the list
Our Full Set Breakfast host was falsely arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm over the weekend, which he called a 'weird and wonderful police overreaction'
Gerard Coyne told talkRADIO Britain needs a Labour government and 'there's no point throwing good money after bad'
Many people believed they were tweeting Devin Nunes, but it then turned out that they were actually tweeting a broadcast engineer named Chase Nunes
Nasa has created a system called Flight deck Interval Management, which allows planes to automatically communicate with control towers
Yes California founder Louis Marinelli says he has "decided to launch a sister campaign in England with the goal of liberating western Englishmen and women from their western counterparts."
This has raised concerns they might be used for airborne attacks
Inger Stojberg believes members of the public have a responsibility to help track down migrants with no documents
Far-right group Britain First is set to hold a march against terrorism at Charing Cross Station on April 1
Emergency services attended the scene at Kilborn Place in Saskatoon, as they believe an explosive device blew up
Employees of the department have reportedly been asked to stop using the words 'emission reduction' and 'Paris Agreement'
House Bill 2 blocked local governments from allowing transgender people to use bathroom facilities of their own choice
The farm had grown plants worth an estimated £25,000
Radio host Timothy Burton allegedly said that Islam is a 'backwards, misogynistic, seventh-century' ideology
The group of protesters had gathered to demonstrate against the killing of a middle-aged policeman over the weekend
Professor of politics John Curtice tells James Max that the views of people in Scotland on Brexit are not very different to the views of those in England
Political editor Ian Dunt tells James Max that the UK should have asked for a longer negotiation period to leave the EU
Emanuel Santos sculpted the statue of the footballer which has been bombarded with mockery since it was unveiled on Wednesday
The co-chair of the Leave Means Leave campaign likened the EU to the American President over the so-called 'divorce bill'
Adam Bienkov tells Sam Delaney that the Brexit negotiations will start with the exit deal, pushing back the amount of time available to discuss a trade deal
The insurance company will set up shop in Brussels before the negotiation period is done
Tony Blair's former communications guru is part of a campaign launched by the Royals to encourage the public to talk about mental health
Research by the company NatCen found many of Scottish people held similar views on Brexit to the rest of the country
Cameron resigned as Prime Minister within hours of the referendum result
A private owned helicopter with five people in it disappeared on route to Dublin from Milton Keynes on Wednesday afternoon
Conway, who was given a terminal diagnosis of motor neurone disease, is to hear the end of his legal challenge at the High Court