A burglar who broke into retirement flats was restrained by two pensioner residents - a former policeman and a Judo enthusiast.
Following Jersey's decision to outlaw the smacking of children, talkRADIO asked people who were smacked growing up whether they would support a UK-wide ban.
Banning the smacking of children will "criminalise ordinary, decent parents", a pro-smacking campaigner has claimed.
The Conservative politician told talkRADIO's Mike Graham that he had an "easy" solution to navigating negotiations with the European Union.
Social media users have mocked an e-fit image released by Staffordshire Police, claiming it resembles the alien E.T.
The Conservative politician has revealed the amount of abuse he has received from protesters in Westminster has reduced since he started wearing a bodycam.
A language translation and interpreting company has committed to paying the £65 UK settlement fee for its 57 EU national staff members.
The DUP leader told talkRADIO she was "disappointed" in the Prime Minister for not asking the EU to "get rid" of the backstop clause ahead of yesterday's meaningful vote.
The former aide to David Davis compared the government's Brexit strategy to the Wizard of Oz, claiming behind the curtain "there's not much there".
The former private secretary to Tony Blair and John Major has been jailed for seven years for raping a "particularly vulnerable" woman.
A leisure centre director has dismissed reports that men have been "parading around naked" in Bath Sports and Leisure Centre's new unisex changing rooms.
An optimistic tweet posted by the Environment Secretary ahead of the EU Referendum has appeared on a billboard in Essex.
The politician claimed MPs who were against a no-deal had forgotten voting for the UK to leave without a deal by default if no deal had been agreed to.
The Labour Party has been fined £12,500 by the Electoral Commission over failings to deliver on time and accurate reports about donations.
The naturalist has called on the food industry to put "factual photographs" of the conditions animals are kept in on meat packaging.
Google has come under fire for not removing an app promoting gay conversion therapy from its app store.
Lord Peter Lilley told talkRADIO's James Whale the Prime Minister "seems to be a limpet" who does not "get dislodged from her rock very easily".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman said that if Parliament rejects the Withdrawal Agreement, it could give the Prime Minister a "strong hand" in negotiations with Brussels.
Green Party co-leader, Jonathan Bartley, has accused Michael Gove's Clean Air Strategy of avoiding the major causes of air pollution, by focusing on scented candles and wood-burning stoves.
Organisers of an event celebrating Waltham Forest's status as a London Borough of Culture have defended the event, after coming under fire for holding celebrations in the same week a 14-year-old was killed in the area.
Tulip Siddiq has revealed she has postponed her Caesarean section so she can vote against the Prime Minister's Brexit deal tomorrow.
European Union chiefs have sent Theresa May a letter confirming that Brussels does not want the so-called "backstop" to remain in place permanently following Brexit.
Private hire drivers have blocked a major road in Southwark in protest against an £11.50 charge for driving in central London.
Police are investigating a "mindless act of vandalism" involving a war memorial in Swindon.