Campaigners plan to transport the 20ft high caricature blimp north of the border after flying it over central London as Donald Trump begins his visit to the UK.
If the Electoral Commission finds that the Vote Leave campaign went over its spending limit, police should become involved, said Ben Bradshaw
Newly appointed Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright said he agreed with his predecessor's final decision to accept Fox's planned sale of Sky News to Disney should it succeed in buying Sky
Emma's Diary, a pregnancy and parenthood advice website, sold data to Experian which was then passed to the Labour Party
The US President’s first trip to Britain has seen nearly every police force in the country call up officers for his arrival.
The protests could push the UK away from the EU at a crucial time, claims a representative of Republicans Overseas
Two production houses are looking at making the rescue of twelve boys and their football coach into a film
England lost the semi-final match 2-1 to Croatia, but football fans are rallying behind their team
The crowdfunding page was set up by Yanny Bruere, a former Londoner now living in Barcelona, in response to the Mayor of London giving the green light for a giant Trump Baby
As of midnight on Wednesday the song was sitting in the number one spot with a 5,000 lead over Geroge Ezra’s Shotgun in number two.
Donald Trump is set to visit the UK this weekend for a meeting with The Queen and talks with Theresa May.
Nigel Farage has reportedly received a legal challenge over the name of his podcast, Farage Against The Machine
Charlie Rowley is still in hospital but was able to have a brief conversation with police investigating the poisoning of him and his partner
The victims were gunned down between 2000 and 2007 in a case that shocked Germany.
John Volanthen and Rick Stanton were the first divers to reach the trapped football team and their coach
The Information Commissioner's Office is issuing the maximum fine possible under UK law to Facebook for breaching the Data Protection Act
The US president said NATO countries were not spending enough, and said the EU made it "impossible" for workers to do business in Europe
The pair have quit because of their opposition to Theresa May's Chequers policy on Brexit.
The author, who has been campaigning to fight Brexit and for the final deal to be voted for by the people when the final deal is agreed with the European Union, lambasted Brexiteers on Julia Hartley-Brewer's show on talkRADIO.
Police estimate there could be as many as 10,000 England fans jetting into the Russian capital for the game but perhaps only half will have got hold of official tickets.
The Conservative MP for North West Leicestershire has written to Sir Graham Brady saying he has no confidence in the Prime Minister
The leading Eurosceptic, and chairman for the European Research Group, has been voicing his concerns of the deal that was agreed among by the Government at Chequers on Friday.
The Secretary of State for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs was due to speak at a briefing to lay out the UK's new marine conservation policies
Mr Farage has dubbed Theresa May's Chequers plan as 'unacceptable' following her announcement in Parliament on Monday.
Eight of the twelve trapped boys have been rescued, with the remaining four, their football coach and medics being rescued today
Odds have been slashed on Gareth Southgate being knighted after England's World Cup success, and a petition has been started for a statue of him in Crawley
The Prime Minister did not face a vote of no confidence, and newly-appointed secretaries of state pledge their support
The defiant message came after Mrs May's administration was thrown into turmoil by the sensational resignations in quick succession of Brexit Secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
The former MP for Maidstone and The Weald was seemingly shocked by the announcement of David Davis’ resignation because it was thought everyone had ‘signed up’ to Prime Minister’s Brexit plan.
The former Minister for Housing and Planning took over from David Davis as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
The former Brexit secretary, who resigned this morning, said he encouraged colleagues to support the Prime Minister but did not agree with her vision for Brexit
A London ambulance response car was written off the road, as police see increase in anti-social behaviour following England's World Cup win over Sweden.
The decision is understood not to have been taken on health grounds, and to have been mutually agreed by the Queen and the Cambridges some time ago.
The current Housing Minister, who was a big leave campaigner in 2016 EU referendum, will take over from the departing Mr Davis.
Seven elite British divers are among the team bringing the remaining eight trapped boys out of the cave
David Davis said he could not support the government's soft Brexit plans, and Brexiteers have praised his decision
Dawn Sturgess has died after falling ill last week after touching an item thought to be contaminated with the nerve agent
Ministers who resign during the Brexit meeting at Chequers will be left to get taxis home, according to a cabinet source - but the local taxi firm they've been advised to use has shut down
The tech entrepreneur offered advice on Twitter for rescuing the Thai football team trapped in a flooded cave with their coach
Some 256 "state-of-the-art" vehicles will be added to ambulance fleets, the Department of Health and Social Care said, with more than half available for use this winter.
Kayla Hanna, 20, had been walking into a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in Belfast in August 2016 when the incident happened.
Ministers will gather at Chequers to consider plans which could see the UK remain closely aligned to rules set by Brussels on agriculture and food, potentially making it much harder to strike a post-Brexit trade deal with the US.
Police said they could not rule out more people falling ill as a result of contact with the nerve agent apparently left over from the attempted murder of Sergei and Yulia Skripal.
The rescuer, a former Thai SEAL, was working in a volunteer capacity and died during an overnight mission in which he was placing oxygen canisters.
Tremors were felt by residents in Crawley, passengers at Gatwick Airport as well as residents across Surrey and West Sussex.
The group will fly the blimp on Parliament Square on July 13
Mr Davis has written a letter to Mrs May stating that the new plan holds similarities to an idea that the EU has already rejected.
The changes will affect 40% of the firm's customers, but those on a fixed price or prepayment tariff and vulnerable customers will not see any rises.
The company said it urgently needs "greater certainty" on Brexit to continue to invest heavily in the UK and safeguard suppliers, customers and 40,000 British-based jobs.
Police Scotland said on Wednesday evening a male under the age of 18 had been arrested.
Esther McVey said she had "inadvertently misled" the Commons by claiming that the National Audit Office (NAO) had called for the roll-out of the Universal Credit benefit to be accelerated.