A debate on the Matthew Wright show tackled feminism, including whether women can be both sexy and feminist, and if the #MeToo movement has had the impact women hoped for.
There are fresh calls to censor Fairytale of New York from the LGBT community unhappy about the 'f****t' lyric
A debate on the Matthew Wright show tackled the issue of transgender rights and toilets, and whether a trans person’s right to identify as the opposite gender should come before a biological woman’s concerns about sharing a private space with someone who may have a penis.
A law professor explains what the EU customs union is and what it means for Britain, Northern Ireland and Brexit
MPs will vote on Monday as to whether the government is in contempt of parliament for not publishing the legal advice relating to the Brexit deal
What happened in today's PMQs? Political Editor Ross Kempsell breaks down the key moments in the House of Commons.
There has been a steady rise in the number of 'county line' gangs who recruit youngsters to transport and sell drugs from big cities to small towns. We look at the devastating impact the practice has had in Wales.
Now EU leaders have endorsed the Brexit deal, what is the likelihood of it being voted through by MPs?
In this week's news, Sainsbury's announced it would start selling edible insects and the future of the UK's relationship with the EU post-Brexit was agreed.
A dad-of-five has received a lot of attention after asking strangers to help buy Christmas presents for children via a GoFundMe page.
Michael Gove tweeted that he had been paired with Tyrion Lannister in a 'Who's your Game of Thrones soulmate?' quiz. We look at whether the couple are truly compatible.
What happened in today's PMQs? Political editor Ross Kempsell breaks down the key moments in the House of Commons.
The threat of a no-confidence vote has been hanging over the Prime Minister since she revealed her proposed EU Withdrawal Agreement.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed EU Withdrawal Agreement was published on Wednesday night following the announcement that the Cabinet had approved the draft.
Here are the main points from her speech, from whether she will fight a no confidence vote to who was her cricket hero. A round up of the highs and lows of Mrs May’s conference following a turbulent day at Parliament.
Following a recent study, which revealed that two-thirds of under 34's embrace Margaret Thatcher's legacy, we spoke to three young Thatcherites about why they like the Iron Lady.
A trademark attorney reveals how Britain's exit from the EU will affect trademarks, as well as the rise in companies using Brexit branding to sell products.
Prime Minister's Questions was an unexpectedly spicy clash - this lunchtime offered a rare glimpse of the knockabout PMQs many miss. Here's your guide to what happened.
Earlier this month, Irish cheesemaker Ornua admitted that it had begun stockpiling cheddar in the UK to protect the company against price rises if the UK left the European Union without a deal.
This afternoon, Chancellor Philip Hammond is expected to announce a £30 billion transport fund to improve the UK’s roads, with £420 million dedicated to fixing potholes.
Social media platform Gab is under scrutiny after the alleged synagogue shooter, Robert Bowers, used it to post antisemitic conspiracy theories. But what is Gab? And who else uses it?
Chancellor Philip Hammond is expected to announce tax cuts for small businesses, funding to fix roads and a crackdown on tech tax dodgers in the Autumn Budget 2018
In this week's news, the saga of the murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi continued, and MP Michael Fabricant rode a bike through a London park in the nude.
Lord Peter Hain named Philip Green as the businessman being accused of harassment. But how does parliamentary privilege allow MPs to override the law?
An employment lawyer explains which workers' rights the UK got from the EU and how the laws around work could change after Brexit
Speculation that a rebellion against Theresa May is brewing in parliament is rife, but what needs to happen to trigger a vote of no confidence?
Transgender woman Jane Fae breaks down some of the myths and misconceptions around the government's consultation on the Gender Recognition Act
In the news last week, the identity of the second Skripal suspect was unveiled and the gay cake saga came to an end.
The government is currently holding a consultation on the Gender Recognition Act - but what is it all about?
Last weekend, an open letter from UK musicians warned that Brexit would silence UK music in a “self-built cultural jail” and the industry would suffer from extra costs to travel to and from EU countries.
Professional Boris Johnson lookalike, Drew Galdron, says resembling the high-profile politician is "both a blessing and a curse".
Facebook announced on Friday afternoon that 50 million Facebook accounts had been breached. Here is everything you need to know about the cyber attack.
After claiming to have uncovered the true identity of one of the Salisbury Novichok suspects, we take a closer look at the website Bellingcat, as well as its previous investigations.
Earlier this year in May, it was revealed that Conservative MPs were being trained on how to use social media to show the electorate that they were "real people".
Prime Minister Theresa May has argued that a no-deal Brexit would be better for the UK than a Canada-style deal, saying that the latter deal would risk breaking up the UK.
The coastal town of Dover is home to Europe's busiest ferry port, but as Brexit looms, the biggest worry for residents, Port chiefs and businesses, is traffic.
Since the 2017 general election, Jeremy Corbyn has had considerable support from musicians, particularly in the grime scene
Some of the key policies Labour has covered at its annual conference so far include a second home tax, alcohol care, and a preference for a general election over a second Brexit referendum
As a thirteenth person pleads guilty to fraud related to the Grenfell Tower fire, these are the others who've been exposed
The Migration Advisory Committee released a report with recommendations on how to handle migration after Brexit
The Church of England invests in a wide range of areas, from residential and commercial property, to timberland and infrastructure. It also invests in big business. But why?
Anarchist protester Ian Bone has come under fire after confronting Jacob Rees-Mogg's children, but who is the man behind the headlines?
Young people find it easier to buy cannabis than alcohol, according to a report by drugs policy think tank Volte Face. The Children’s Report found that 44 per cent of young cannabis users said it was "very easy" to buy, as opposed to 22 per cent who said the same about alcohol.
The UK fishing industry has been vocal about the opportunities leaving the EU could provide, and after UK fishing boats clashed with French boats in a so-called scallop war last week it is clear that tension between UK fishermen and their EU counterparts are high.
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.
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.
Wonga, the payday loan company that charges up to 1,509% APR, is on the brink of administration, and has links to the Conservative party