Thousands of people are demonstrating in central London as part of a “Brexit Betrayal” march led by Tommy Robinson and UKIP leader Gerard Batten.
Theresa May has warned Conservative MPs that they risk leaving the UK in ‘uncharted waters’ if they reject her deal on Tuesday.
Fax machines will be banned across the NHS under plans to modernise the outdated technology and IT systems in the institution.
A man who celebrates Christmas everyday has revealed to talkRADIO's Jeremy Kyle that he has eaten over a million sprouts and around 9.500 turkeys to date.
Councils will be urged to publish detailed homelessness strategies by next winter under government plans to end rough sleeping by 2027.
City officials are hoping a new advertising campaign will boost tourism in the area following a dip in the wake of the nerve agent poisonings.
Industry body the Rail Delivery Group warned there may be "some impact on punctuality" as a new timetable is introduced on Sunday.
Over 50 Croydon residents congregated outside their council building to perform a nativity as a call for affordable housing in the borough.
Statistics from the Rugby Players' Association show that nearly two-thirds of rugby players suffer mental health problems after retirement.
Additional action needs to be taken to help with medicine stockpiling in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the health secretary has claimed.
A teenager inspired by the Columbine High School massacre has been jailed after making bogus bomb threats to hundreds of UK schools and sparking an airport security scare.
An education expert has said reports that Oxford and Cambridge "over recruited" from eight top schools are “depressing but no surprise”.
UKIP chairman David Coburn has resigned over an increasing number of English Nationalists in the party, and as a unionist he “abhors” it.
The University has decided to rebrand its 'Wonkee Wednesday' mental health initiative after students raised concerns about the name.
Dr Mike Smith has said that GPs are being “bogged down” by administrative work, as new figures suggest some patients are waiting three weeks for GP appointments.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been crowned 'Parliamentary Beard of the Year' by beard enthusiast group, the Beard Liberation Front.
The chair of the European Scrutiny Committee has claimed Theresa May is "clutching at straws and clinging to wreckage" with her Brexit deal.
The former Number 10 spin doctor revealed on the breakfast show he had been offered "a lot of money" to appear on a host of reality shows but said "no to all of them".
ITV says it has scrapped plans to host a televised Brexit debate between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn on Sunday.
More than 40 people have had criminal convictions quashed following an investigation into alleged data tampering at a forensics lab, the National Police Chiefs' Council has said.
Nigel Farage has said that if the UK succeeds in leaving the European Union, “it would not matter” if Jeremy Corbyn became Prime Minister.
Stanley Johnson, father of Boris and Jo Johnson, has said that “whatever happens, it is a win-win situation" as long as MPs rejected Theresa May's deal.
Dr Chris van Tulleken has claimed that babies are wrongly being diagnosed with milk allergies because of the influence of the baby formula industry on medical professionals.
The helicopter involved in a crash which killed the owner of Leicester City lost control after the pilot's pedals became disconnected from the tail rotor, investigators said.
Conservative MP Hugo Swire has left Brexit to one side in order to bring the “Government's attention” to the illegal trade of seahorses.
Tatler Magazine has caused outrage after releasing a guide about how to be upper class in 2019, with extensive lists of dos and donts.
An 80-year-old Christmas tree has been lit up in London's Trafalgar Square in a special ceremony.
A primary school has faced criticism for staging an 'elf murder' with fake blood and police tape as part of a writing task for Year 4 pupils.
A former police officer said that the threat of charges for a policeman who knocked an offender off a moped in London would reduce moral in the Metropolitan Police
A spokesman for the Prison Officers' Association has said he was "concerned" that companies working with offenders were "paying pennies", and not the minimum wage.
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has offered a “full and unreserved apology” to MPs for failing to declare more than £52,000 in income.
A tech expert has warned internet users that if they're not paying for something online, like Facebook or Google, they are "probably the product".
The End Violence Against Women Coalition study found that some British adults did not think a non-violent assault was rape, or that sex without consent within a relationship was rape
DUP Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson said the party will back Theresa May if there was a no confidence vote, but would withdraw support if she continued to push her deal after it being voted down
Lord Peter Lilley, a former Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party, has said that if the UK left the European Union without a deal, “we won’t be crashing out, we will be cashing in.”
The life of the 41st President of the US has been praised and celebrated at Washington National Cathedral, with historian Jon Meacham describing him as the ‘last great-soldier statesman’.
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has published 234 pages of unseen documents, which it obtained in November this year from a company suing the social network.
More than 130,000 children will not have a “permanent home” on Christmas Day, the homeless charity Shelter has found.
Ryanair is facing enforcement action by the airline regulator, after it refused to compensate passengers for disruption caused by staff taking strike action.
The Prime Minister has rejected accusations that she allowed the European Union to use the issue of a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland as a “negotiating play”.
The legal advice from Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to Theresa May on the Brexit backstop has been published. Here's what it says
Conservative MP Peter Bone has said that a no-confidence vote in Theresa May is needed to sort out the Conservative party “one way or another” so that they can move forward.
Odeon has responded to criticism after it faced backlash over its £40 “hi-tech” cinema tickets being sold at a cinema in London.
Andy Burnham says 'shovelling money into London' to try and address affordability problems in the South East will not help the north of England grow
Dominic Raab has said that Theresa May must 'stand up to Brussels' if her deal is voted down, and that there would be 'costs' to staying in the EU if Brexit was stalled
Dragons’ Den’s Theo Paphitis has said that the Government has treated the British public “appallingly” over Brexit.
Theresa May has held on to her title as the second most powerful woman in the world as she fights to win Parliament's approval of her Brexit deal, according to a ranking by Forbes.
Nigel Farage has quit from UKIP after its leader Gerard Batten appointed Tommy Robinson as a personal advisor.
A bid to bring back the lynx, which became extinct in the UK more than 1,000 years ago, has been rejected by the Environment Secretary.
The full legal advice about Theresa May's Brexit deal will be published after MPs found the government in contempt of Parliament.
A man who killed three children before hanging their bodies on a fence outside their home has been cleared for release by the Parole Board.
The Transport Secretary has been criticised by MPs for his handling of changes to rail timetables in May this year.
The high street baker has released a new Christmas range, including sausage roll print socks, phone cases and umbrellas.
The government has announced a new £50m fund for 16 grammar schools in a bid to create 3,000 more grammar school places, but the chair of Comprehensive Future described it as a “scandal”.