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.
An auction house was forced to admit it got “Banksy-ed” after a piece by the mysterious artist shredded itself as it went under the hammer.
A navy veteran has been charged with threatening to use a biological toxin as a weapon by sending letters to US President Donald Trump and other leaders containing ground castor beans.
Brussels are talking up a Brexit breakthrough as Theresa May supporters insist any move to topple the Prime Minister by Tory MPs would end in “collapse and disarray”.
A former British Transport Police Officer Norman Brennan has said that the government needed to ask itself a question: “What financial price do you put on the safety of Britain?
The Kremlin has been targeting British teenagers as part of a covert campaign to cause hostility among young Britons, The Times has revealed.
US President Donald Trump has hit out at female protesters who have confronted senators over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, labelling them “paid professionals only looking to make senators look bad”.
The President of Interpol, a former senior Chinese security official, has been reported missing after he travelled to his native country at the end of September, a French judicial official said.
The US Senate has pushed Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court past a key procedural hurdle.
A criminal investigation is under way after hundreds of tonnes of waste from NHS hospitals, including human body parts, was allowed to pile up by a disposal company.
A former Eurotunnel boss sobbed in court as the man who pushed him on to the tracks of the London Underground was found guilty of attempted murder.
An entomology professor has said false widow spiders are "harmless", after four London schools closed after sightings of the arachnids.
Unilever has bowed to pressure from shareholders and scrapped plans to move its corporate headquarters from London to Rotterdam.
The true identity of the second suspect in the Salisbury nerve agent attack will reportedly revealed in the Houses of Parliament next week.
Cartographer Steve Chilton has said the decision to ban public bodies from putting the Shetland islands in a box is “stupid” and “ineffective”.
Green co-leaders will call for a free time index to replace GDP as a measure of the nation’s well-being.
The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to a Congolese doctor and a Yazidi former captive of Islamic State for their work to highlight and eliminate the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war.
Former chairman of the NHS Trust has admitted the pile-up of medical waste is "disturbing" but is just "a part of the work of the NHS that none of us ever think of".
Waitrose is trialling an 'in-home' delivery service that gives drivers access to customers' homes to unpack groceries while they are out.
A church in the city of Salisbury - which is still reeling from the Novichok poisoning - is promoting a concert entitled From Russia With Love.
A row between Republicans and Democrats has broken out over a confidential FBI report about allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted women three decades ago.
The European Council President has called Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s comparison of the EU and Soviet Union as “unwise”.
US authorities have charged seven Russian military intelligence officers for hacking the organisation investigating the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal and anti-doping agencies.
Hundreds of tonnes of toxic waste including human body parts from NHS patients has been stockpiled by a waste management company, sparking a national incident.
An infestation of venomous false widow spiders has forced the closure of four schools, with some closed for almost a month.
An employee of a McDonald's branch in Brixton said management sees customers sexually harassing staff as a 'non-issue'
London’s Mayor and transport bosses have been accused of being misleading over the delay to Crossrail.
More than 58,000 Clear & Simple Digital Pregnancy Tests have been recalled after they were found to be giving the wrong result.
Psychologist Bradley Busch has said that pedals under desks would work better for “adults in office” rather than in a school, after a Primary school in Suffolk installed pedals under desks to encourage “an active lifestyle”.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the Labour Party's ban of Julia Hartley-Brewer from their next conference was because she didn't 'behave acceptably'
Facebook is facing a potential £1.2bn fine for a data breach which allowed hackers to access the personal information of 50 million users.
The National Health Service is to recruit doctors from Australia in the latest initiative to boost GP numbers.
Two pest controllers have been found dead at a poultry processing factory in Norfolk following a suspected chemical spill.
Trans campaigner, teacher and trans woman Debbie Hayton has claimed fellow trans people "need to be honest" with themselves on the issue of biological sex, revealing she still identifies as "male".
A joint legal battle against plans to build a third runway at Heathrow Airport will be heard at the High Court.
Two carpenters were almost hit by a window that fell from the same block of luxury flats where a coach driver was killed by a pane of glass this week.
The director of clinical trials at King's College London has called the Prime Minister's cancer strategy a "huge ask".
A former British ambassador to Russia has claimed cyber attacks believed to have been carried out by GRU, the Russian military intelligence service, were born out of Putin's "paranoia".
The football club are looking at introducing gender-netural toilets to make the matchday experience more "welcoming and inclusive".