Boris Johnson has said that talkRADIO should read his Daily Mail column “to your readers” to “declaim it” after Mr Johnson received backlash for comparing Theresa May’s Brexit strategy to a “suicide vest”.
Employment increased by 3,000 in the three months to July to 32.4 million, giving a rate of 75.5%, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Labour MP Lucy Powell has drafted a bill proposing to hold online forums and social media sites responsible for fake news and hateful or extremist content posted by users
US President Donald Trump will visit a memorial ground to the September 11 terror attack in Shanksville, Pennsylvania
South Yorkshire Police tweeted that instances of hate that were not a criminal offence or hate crime should still be reported
Jeremy Corbyn has spoken about the antisemitism allegations levelled at him, saying he found them 'very painful' and has spent his life 'opposing racism'
talkRADIO's Mike Graham and George Galloway discuss whether Boris Johnson's love life will affect his chances of Conservative leadership, and Graham speculates that he leaked the story of his alleged affair himself
Dawn Butler has said that Boris Johnson has taken a leaf out of Donald Trump’s “rulebook” and “it is dangerous”.
Debenhams shares have dropped 17 percent after KMPG was called in to help draft emergency plans to save the retailer.
Sophia Gaston from the Henry Jackson Society has said that the Sweden Democrats have “utterly shaped the agenda” of the Swedish General Election.
Andrew Bridgen came to the defence of the former Foreign Secretary after his "suicide vest" Brexit comments.
Former Brexit minister Steve Baker said the Conservative Party faces a “catastrophic split” if Prime Minister Theresa May sticks with her Chequers plan on Brexit.
Sweden’s ruling party has had its worst ever election result as the nationalist group Sweden Democrats made significant gains in the vote, preliminary results showed.
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire has written to around 60 building owners setting out steps they must take to avoid fines.
Two British tourists are among seven injured after they were attacked by an armed man in Paris, local media reported.
The MP came to the defence of Jeremy Corbyn after Tony Blair said Labour had become a 'different party'.
Singer John Legend tells Dan Wootton that women should be free to breastfeed whenever and wherever they need to
Peter Tatchell has said that India legalising same sex relations will have an impact “all across the region”.
As news of Boris Johnson's divorce breaks, Mike Graham speculates whether his alleged adultery will affect his chances of Conservative leadership
Sir Vince Cable has said that he worries about Boris Johnson’s politics and him “dabbling in identity politics associated with Steve Bannon” but that “it has nothing to do with his sex life”.
Counter-terrorism officers believe the house is where Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned.
Russia is an irresponsible “disruptor” on the world stage which often has only a “negative agenda”, the UK’s representative to the United Nations has said.
Prime Minister Theresa May retains confidence in Karen Bradley despite her admission that she did not initially understand Northern Irish politics, Number 10 said.
The social media site said Jones will not be able to create new accounts on Twitter or take over any existing ones.
British monarchy could be at risk if proposals to scrap the election of aristocrats to the House of Lords are approved, a peer has claimed.
British Airways is facing a possible fine of around £500 million over a data breach that compromised 380,000 card payments after regulators said they were “making enquiries”.
British Airways customers have been left cancelling their credit cards after a 15-day data breach that compromised around 380,000 card payments.
The Liberal Democrats leader Vince Cable has announced he will be stepping down but not until Brexit “is resolved".
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and his wife Marina Wheeler have announced that they have separated and going through the divorce process.
A computer programmer has been charged in the US for working for the North Korean state in a series of cyber attacks, including the WannaCry ransomware that crippled the NHS.
Sir Andrew Wood, a former British ambassador to Russia has said that it is not possible to know whether President Vladimir Putin “personally ordered, rather than gave a general authorisation” but “there is no doubt that he is overall responsible”.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that UK patients access to medicines would be “unhindered” by a no-deal Brexit, as there are plans to stockpile drugs and fly in supplies of treatments with short shelf lives.
The US warned the world should be “chilled to the bone” by the conclusion of the investigations into the Salisbury attack, which identified two Russian nationals as suspects in the Novichok attack.
US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau issued a joint statement with Mrs May.
A cockapoo called Corbyn named after the Labour leader has topped a public poll.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has denied writing an anonymous New York Times opinion piece which claimed there was an internal “resistance” is working to thwart some of President Donald Trump’s policies.
The brewer is set to reduce its use of plastic to package the product by more than 75%.
The House of Commons should get rid of plans to debate the Salisbury Novichok attack now two men have been identified as suspects, a Labour MP warned.
The former Brexit Secretary David Davis is to appear at a rally along with Nigel Farage for the Leave means Leave campaign, it has been announced.
Twitter’s systems unfairly filtered 600,000 accounts including some belonging to members of US Congress, Chief Executive Jack Dorsey has admitted.
China said it is ready to impose retaliatory tariffs on 60 billion dollars' worth (£46 billion) of US goods if that happens.
The Labour Party has demanded a US-style investigation involving the security services should examine Russian interference in the 2016 EU referendum.
The Archbishop of Canterbury called for fundamental changes to the economy saying that the “economy is not just for everyone”.
A senior Trump administration official has claimed to be part of a group “working diligently from within” to thwart the US President until he is out of office, in an unsigned opinion piece published in The New York Times.
Tom Tugendhat, the chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee has said that the UK needs to “hit Putin where it hurts” and that the Salisbury attack “is a threat to the world order”, despite Theresa May not explicitly implicating the Kremlin for the attack.
Chris Phillips has said that “countries around the world will come together” but that “forcing Russia to expel the people back to the UK is not going to happen”.