By Ashleigh Page

Monday 11 December 2017

Monday 11 December 2017

Three taken to hospital after gas explosion destroys house in Leicestershire

Three taken to hospital after gas explosion destroys house in Leicestershire

Three injured after explosion destroys house in Birstall, Leicestershire

An explosion in Leicester has caused 'total collapse' of the property and 'partial collapse' of one

NHS gender survey is 'political correctness gone wrong', says Tim Loughton MP

NHS child gender survey is 'political correctness gone mad', says Tory MP Tim Loughton

NHS child gender survey is 'political correctness gone mad', says Tory MP

The MP for East Worthing and Shoreham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about a survey from the NHS which asked children if they were comfortable in their gender

Hundreds of flights grounded due to bad weather

Storm Caroline: 50,000 British Airways passengers stranded after severe weather causes cancellations and diversions

'50,000 British Airways passengers left stranded' after Storm Caroline chaos

After extreme weather over the weekend, hundreds of planes and airports have been affected by the snow and ice.

Ed Sheeran talks politics for the first time

Ed Sheeran reveals he supports Jeremy Corbyn

Ed Sheeran finally reveals his political preference...

Ed Sheeran shares his political views in candid interview with The radio Times.

Tuesday 5 December 2017

Tuesday 5 December 2017

Miliband lost the 2015 general election and was on the beaten side in last year's EU referendum

Brexit: Former Labour leader Ed Miliband says Theresa May 'couldn't run a p**s-up in a brewery'

Ed Miliband says Theresa May 'couldn't run a p**s-up in a brewery'

Former Labour leader piles into Tories as Irish border shambles goes on

Drew Hendrie had a frank exchange of views with Julia Hartley-Brewer this morning

Brexit: SNP lawmaker Drew Hendry says there'd be no need for a hard border if Scotland stayed in the single market

SNP MP says Scotland wouldn't need hard border if it stayed in single market

Drew Hendry backed Nicola Sturgeon's call for Scotland to be given special arrangements

Ishmael had over 40 previous convictions

Mark Ishmael: Dumb Burglar jailed after giving himself away in pizza shop

Dumb Burglar jailed after giving himself away in pizza shop

Mark Ishmael accidentally left a stolen phone on, allowing officers to hear that he was in a pizzeria

The package sparked panic this morning

St Paul's station placed in lockdown over 'suspicious package'

St Paul's station placed in lockdown over 'suspicious package'

Police placed busy station in lockdown but incident was a false alarm

It is alleged that several children were abused at a residential home for boys in Rochdale

Rochdale Labour party in turmoil as secretary quits over handling of sex abuse scandal

Rochdale Labour party in turmoil over handling of sex abuse scandal

Sharon MacLean wants Richard Farnell to be suspended over his 'inaction' in response to the Knowl View scandal

Monday 4 December 2017

Monday 4 December 2017

The incident took place on the Jubilee line

Hunt for tube youths who got teenager in a headlock and forced him to apologise for being gay

Teenager brutally forced to apologise for being gay

Police are trying to find two youths in connection to a homophobic attack

Blair claims voters should get second referendum vote

Tony Blair claims public should be allowed second referendum due to false Leave pledges

Tony Blair wants to stop Brexit go-ahead

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has stated in an interview that he is trying to block Brexit

US and South Korea kick off five day training drill

North Korea accuses South Korea and US of pushing the peninsula 'to brink of nuclear war'

US and South Korea kick off five-day training drill

South Korean and U.S military forces have combined for a five day training drill in Seoul

Sir Richard Aikens warns Theresa May against Brexit negotiations

Brexit negotiations could 'lose the UK the right to control border as well as citizens rights' says Sir Richard Aikens

Sir Richard Aikens warns Theresa May against Brexit negotiations

A Brexit deal offering that could mean the European Court of Justice (ECJ) is able to continue issuing rulings that are binding on the British courts has received a backlash

Hotel owner left "deeply offended" after Britain First falsely hire out venue

Britain First: Far right group hire out hotel venue for conference under different name, leaving owner 'deeply offended'

Hotel owner left 'deeply offended' after Britain First falsely hire out venue

A hotel unknowingly hired out one of its rooms for a Britain First conference after the far right group booked under a different name

Poverty progress at risk of reversing back 20 years

Joseph Rowntree Foundation research finds that 30% of children and 16% of pensioners live in poverty

Poverty progress at risk of reversing back 20 years

Currently, 30% of children and 16% of pensioners live in poverty in the United Kingdom.

Brexit: One in four young people reveal they would cut pensions to stop Brexit

One in four young people reveal they would cut pensions so that the UK will not leave the EU

Brexit: One in four young people reveal they would cut pensions to stop Brexit

One in four young Remain voters are prepared to cut pensions in order to remain in the EU, whereas one in four older Leave voters would prefer wages to be cut for young people in order to leave

Monday 27 November 2017

Monday 27 November 2017

Father denies daughters claim of kidnapping and forced marriage to older cousin

Nadia Tabbaa: Father of woman who claims he forcibly sent her to Syria aged 13 takes legal action

Father denies daughters claim of kidnapping and forced marriage to older cousin

A man sues Australian TV channel for airing allegations that he kidnapped his daughter, forced her to marry her older cousin and abused his family.

Labour government under Jeremy Corbyn predicted to cost UK £330 billion

Jeremy Corbyn's spending plans would create an extra £330 billion of debt, taxpayers claim

Corbyn's spending plans would increase debt by £330 billion, taxpayers say

New research ridicules John McDonnell's claim that Labour's spending package would 'pay for itself'

Jon Venables after his arrest in 1993

James Bulger's father demands killer Jon Venables' anonymity be lifted after fresh child abuse arrest

James Bulger's father demands Jon Venables' anonymity be lifted after new arrest

James Bulger's father calls for more recent pictures of his son's murderer to be released while mother calls him 'a vile, perverted psychopath'

Monday 20 November 2017

Monday 20 November 2017

Kezia Dugdale has attracted plenty of criticism for her decision

Jeremy Corbyn backs Kezia Dugdale's decision to enter I'm a Celebrity and says she shouldn't be suspended

Jeremy Corbyn backs Kezia Dugdale's decision to enter I'm a Celebrity jungle

Former Scottish Labour leader is being considered for suspension after it was revealed that she is going to enter I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here.

Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen charged with threatening and abusive language after speech in Dublin

Britain First deputy leader charged with threatening and abusive language

Fransen has been charged in Northern Ireland after using threatening and abusive language at a rally in Belfast.

West Ham have endured a wretched start to the season

West Ham fans told to stop calling 999 after another loss in David Moyes's first game

West Ham fans told to stop calling 999 after Watford loss

West Ham United are being asked by Essex Police to stop calling emergency services when their team loses.

Nicolas Cristescu was indicted on 13 counts including rape, sexual battery, and 11 counts of voyeurism

Miami University student accused of raping an unconscious woman and filming the attack

Miami University student accused of raping an unconscious woman and filming it

Nicola Cristescu, of Miami University, has been charged with misdemeanor voyeurism, sexual battery and rape

Philip Hammond has been urged to ramp up military spending

'Gavin Williamson appears to recognise strong defence and how to deliver it’, says Sir Malcolm Rifkind

Sir Malcolm Rifkind defends Gavin Williamson over spending demand

The Tory grandee defended the current defence secretary in a chat with Julia Hartley-Brewer

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