Jeremy Corbyn will join thousands of protesters on the streets of London on Tuesday as Donald Trump's state visit continues.
A gay rugby player said he is feeling "hopeless and depressed" after losing his deportation battle and being ordered to leave the UK.
A Swedish court has ruled that it will not seek the detention of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in relation to a suspected rape case.
Parents protesting against LGBT teaching at a Birmingham primary school have vowed to continue their campaign despite an injunction.
An organiser of anti-Trump protests has said that the US President’s involvement in a D-Day commemoration event is an “insult” to veterans.
The average Briton shares the equivalent of over 92,000 social media posts in their lifetime, a study has found.
British Army officers are being given guidelines on how to spot “extreme right-wing” attitudes among soldiers.
The Conservative Party saw a sharp fall in donations at the start of the year, figures show.
Julian Assange was too ill to appear at his court hearing in London, his lawyers said.
Labour has said the decision to expel Alastair Campbell from the party after he voted for the Liberal Democrats will be reviewed.
Tory leadership hopeful Esther McVey has said that the new Brexit deadline of October 31 is “cast in stone” as far as she is concerned.
Lord Michael Heseltine has said that the Conservative and Labour parties are “off their heads” for getting rid of politicians like himself and Alastair Campbell.
Iain Duncan Smith has described the court case in which Boris Johnson will face accusations of misconduct in public office as “ludicrous”.
Jeremy Corbyn said an election or referendum is now the "only way out" of the Brexit crisis following mounting pressure on the Labour leader to back a public vote.
The Metropolitan Police have revealed that a suspected unexploded device, which washed up on shore in east London, was actually a "giant glittery Christmas bauble".
John Cleese has caused a stir online after claiming London is no longer an “English city".
Facebook said it has taken action on "coordinated inauthentic behaviour" originating from Iran, which included accounts posting about the royal family and US President Donald Trump.
The former MP George Galloway has announced plans to try and prosecute Alastair Campbell over the Iraq War, in response to Boris Johnson facing court over accusations of misconduct.
The decision to expel former Tony Blair adviser Alastair Campbell was “not helpful in the current political climate”, a Labour MP has suggested.
Health secretary Matt Hancock has described the Brexit Party as a “protest movement”, after the party won 29 seats in the European elections last week.
The chairman of the Conservative Muslim Forum has said that he will resign from the party if Boris Johnson becomes the next party leader.
Theresa May has urged her successor to seek a consensus over Brexit as Brussels stressed there could be "no renegotiation" of the Withdrawal Agreement.
The SNP's Westminster leader called for the Labour leader to work alongside his party and call for a second referendum.