Frank Field, the Labour MP for Birkenhead has resigned the Labour whip over the handling of anti-semitism allegations, but he is not the only Labour MP to voice concerns amid the anti-semitism row.
Thomas Cook was successfully sued last month after a family suffered gastric illness while staying at the same Egyptian hotel where a British couple has died, according to a law firm.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will authorise a new funding deal to support Kenyan soldiers fighting in Somalia and to help combat terrorism.
With videos of Theresa May ‘dad-dancing’ spread across social media during her visit to South Africa, we are reminded that the Prime Minister has had her fair share of awkward moments. Here are our top five.
Alex Salmond’s crowdfunding page to cover the costs of a legal case against the Scottish government has reached over £73,000 in 16 hours amid allegations of sexual harassment.
Stuart Napper caused controversy on Twitter after putting out a job request for a “young lad” for a roofing job, but he says he was “just trying to find a young lad to give him a decent start” and would “absolutely” take a young woman if she applied for the job.
The private company Capita, which handled the Windrush cases, had a Home Office contract that paid extra money if more people were removed from Britain, according to newly released documents.
Pro-EU Conservative MPs are reporting sharp rises in applications to join their local parties, encouraging fears that they are being targeted by UKIP supporters in a plot to replace Theresa May with a Brexit-supporting Prime Minister.
Mike Graham has said that the UK needs to admit that the country has a problem with knife possession, after 69 people were detained by police on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon at Notting Hill Carnival.
With the Great British Bake Off back on our screens tonight, we look back on previous series to reminisce the most shocking moments from everyone’s favourite baking show.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that a no-deal Brexit “would not be the end of the world’ and that the government was putting preparations in place to make it a success.
Police made more than 370 arrests at Notting Hill Carnival over the Bank Holiday weekend.
House of Fraser is set to announce store closures this week, as new owner Mike Ashley blamed ‘greedy landlords’ for the potential job losses.
The husband of a charity worker jailed in Iran has said that Jeremy Hunt brings a “fresh start” to the campaign to free her after the “baggage” of Boris Johnson.
The Labour party have offered to drop disciplinary action against Dame Margaret Hodge, on the condition that she issued an “appropriate apology”.
Eight places in the centre, south and east of Portugal have broken their local temperature records during the ongoing heatwave.
The Deputy leader of Welsh Labour is facing calls to quit her frontbench role as shadow equalities minister after being accused of using an alleged homophobic slur.
The Home Office received backlash after tweeting that families with different surnames should bring extra documentation to passport control, which includes birth and divorce certificates.
The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned that the possibility of a no-deal Brexit is “uncomfortably high” and will lead to higher prices, as Prime Minister Theresa May cuts short her holiday to try and gain support for her Brexit plan.
Labour Kensington and Chelsea councillor Robert Atkinson said it would be his “priority” to have social housing on the Grenfell site despite claims that local people do not want housing on the site.