Dr Laurence Gerlis has dismissed the NHS push to use more ‘user-friendly’ language on its website, saying that he does not want medical terms to be replaced with words “like poo and pee”.
Fiona Onasanya has posted a video online maintaining her innocence, after serving one month in jail for perverting the course of justice.
A former science teacher has been jailed for at least 18 years after drowning her three-year-old daughter in a bath when her marriage broke down.
Leave Means Leave co-chair Richard Tice has dismissed criticism of the number of marchers that turned up to the 270-mile 'Brexit betrayal' event led by Nigel Farage.
The MP said she would vote in favour of Theresa May's deal this week, and appeared on the breakfast show to discuss why.
The London Fire Brigade took to Twitter to vent their frustrations at the cartoon using the "gender specific" wording.
Two 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old have died following a crush at a disco, after a "large crowd" tried to get into the venue.
The Liberal Democrat leader said his party will vote against Theresa May's Brexit deal this week, and "won't change" their minds.
A teenager has cracked an egg on an Australian senator who sparked outrage by blaming Muslim immigration for the Christchurch mosque shootings.
The Conservative MP has left his local Conservative association after a rift over his stance on a no-deal Brexit.
The divisive activist has lost his court case against a police force he claimed harassed him by moving him on from a pub.
Students at a Dorset secondary school have had their GCSE coursework held hostage by hackers.
David Steel’s failure to recognise he should have acted on child sexual abuse allegations about Cyril Smith is a ‘tragedy’ according to the director of a child sexual abuse charity.
The commentator revealed her first thought when she heard about the Christchurch shootings was "please don't let it be a Muslim".
The chief executive of alcoholism prevention charity Alcohol Focus Scotland has called for a complete ban on alcohol marketing in public places.
The suspect charged with the Christchurch mosque attack released a ‘manifesto’ before carrying out the shooting.
The Conservative MP said he thought it was "idiotic" for politicians to support a government motion to extend Article 50.
Half of online retailers tested are breaking the law by selling blades without age checks, according to the trading standard watchdog.
Yellow vest protester James Goddard’s YouTube channel has been demonetised for violating the platform’s policies on "hateful" and "incendiary and demeaning" content.
Theresa May and Donald Trump have led world leaders in condemning the Christchurch terror attack.
A man is to appear in court in New Zealand charged with murder after 49 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers.
The Conservative MP who suggested that all knives should be equipped with GPS trackers to combat knife crime has admitted it was “probably a s**t idea".
The Honours Committee received anonymous allegations of child sexual abuse against Jimmy Savile in 1998, an inquiry has heard.
Posters proclaiming the innocence of Michael Jackson are to be removed from public transport in London.
The Coca-Cola Company has revealed that it produces 3m tonnes of plastic a year, the first time the company has published its figures.
The boss of Royal Dutch Shell, commonly known as Shell, received a huge 126 per cent pay rise last year, pocketing 20.1 million euros (£17 million) after higher oil prices boosted profits at the energy giant.
The former Lib Dem leader said the question of leave or remain was too "vague", and a second referendum was needed to move forward.
The number of criminals caught with knives or dangerous weapons has hit its highest level in nearly a decade, according to official figures.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has confirmed the Ministry of Defence would support a British soldier facing murder charges from 1972.
A Netflix documentary about Madeleine McCann will be released on Friday, the streaming service has confirmed, saying it will be a "detailed look" at the disappearance of the three-year-old.
Labour MP John Mann has called on his fellow MPs to vote for the Prime Minister’s deal and “let the people get on with their lives”.
Mark Francois from the European Research Group has said that he has seen “better run Parish councils” than what he saw in the House of Commons this week.
The European Council president has said he would appeal to EU leaders to be open to the option of a long extension on Brexit.
Labour MP Owen Smith has said that he thinks Brexiteers like talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer will “win and Brexit will pass”.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has been fined £5 million by the rail regulator over its poor communication with passengers during the introduction of a new timetable in May last year.
The national chairman of the Police Federation has said it is “clear” that the home secretary had fought for the £100million extra funding announced on Wednesday, because Theresa May has shown “nothing but contempt for policing”.
Boris Johnson has been urged to apologise to child abuse victims after claiming police funding is being “spaffed up the wall” investigating historic allegations.
Nearly seven in 10 Brits are regularly using household appliances which are at least 10 years old, according to research.
Treasury minister John Glen has denied the Chancellor is attempting to bribe MPs into voting for a Brexit deal.
Former attorney general Dominic Grieve has said he expects the motion ruling out no-deal to pass with a “substantial majority” tonight.
A police officer who moved Tommy Robinson on from a pub has told a court he did not know who he was at the time.
EU leaders are "complicit" in human rights abuses committed by Croatia police, according to an Amnesty International report.
Actress Tina Malone has narrowly avoided jail after she admitted sharing a social media post identifying one of James Bulger’s killers.
Michael Gove’s former advisor Henry Newman has said the Prime Minister could still convince MPs to back her Brexit deal.
The Prime Minister told MPs she still believes the UK can leave with a “good deal” on the 29 March.
The former cabinet minister claimed looking into historic child sex abuse cases had wasted an "awful lot" of police funding.
A short series of animations designed to inform children about the dangers lurking online has been launched by the National Crime Agency.
The Conservative politician said a second referendum would not be a "solution" to Brexit.