Founder of anti-Brexit campaign For Our Future’s Sake Jason Arthur has said that the People's Vote March was about preventing the UK from becoming "poorer and more isolated".
People’s March organisers claim more than 560,000 anti-Brexit campaigners joined a march through London calling for a second EU referendum.
Dan Wootton clashes with People's Vote director James McGrory on the eve of the March for the Future, which will see protesters calling for a second Brexit referendum
A blimp of Donald Trump as an orange, nappy-clad baby holding a mobile phone has been flown above Los Angeles.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will launch legal action against the Government of Ecuador, accusing it of violating his “fundamental rights and freedoms”.
A gang of men who partook in a “campaign of rape and other sexual abuse” against teenage girls in Huddersfield has been given long jail sentences, it can now be reported.
The Salisbury Novichok attack was done by Russia because it believed Britain was “weak and isolated” after the EU referendum, a former MI6 chief has said.
Police have warned residents of two villages in Scotland to be on high alert, after a black panther was reported to be on the loose in the area.
Jacob Rees-Mogg told James Whale Brexiteers would demand a 'best of three' if a second Brexit referendum resulted in a Remain win
Facebook has hired former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg to lead their Global Affairs and Communications team.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said there will be “consequences” for UK relations with Saudi Arabia if the UK is shown that the Saudis murdered missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Former Metropolitan Police Officer Chris Hobbs has said that “police are having to backfill for” cuts to other services and that because there are not enough officers “if you stab someone, the odds are in London you are probably going to get away with it”.
talkRADIO's Mike Graham clashed with anti-Brexit campaigner Femi Oluwole, calling him a "spoilt child".
Conservative MP Priti Patel has called Air Passenger Duty "regressive" and says the government should strive for "outright abolition" of the tax.
A 51-year-old who was convicted of inviting support for the Islamic State terror group has been released from prison.
A Fair Play for Women spokesperson has claimed legally allowing gender self-identification is "bad law".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman, Sammy Wilson, has said that the issue of the Irish border has been used as an "excuse to delay or stop" the UK leaving the European Union.
The International Trade Secretary said the "time is not right" for him to attend the Future Investment Initiative.
The Department for Transport is considering the measure to boost protection of vulnerable road users going straight on at junctions.
Two million pounds of British aid money will be spent on compiling a register of suspected sexual predators working in the charity sector.
The French president has announced contingency plans in the event of a no-deal.
Tissue brand Kleenex will phase out its 'Mansize' tissues after customers complained that the name was sexist.
The anonymous artist released a video showing how his painting was supposed to fully shred.
The Conservative politician claimed that "figures at the moment" suggest the Prime Minister would win enough votes to survive a motion of no confidence.
Saudi Arabia must "play by the rules" if they want to continue a trade relationship with the UK, the director of the University of Buckingham's Centre for Security and Intelligence has said.
The Prime Minister told EU leaders she was 'ready to consider' extending Britain's transition out of the EU for a further year.
An Advertising Standards Agency spokesperson said the decision to ban the plastic surgery advert was not based on the number of complaints made
A spokesperson at the Transform Drug Policy Foundation says the UK is '5 years' behind.
Demonstrators delivered an open letter to James Brokenshire demanding dangerous cladding was removed from buildings immedia
The Prime Minister said the report from High Court judge Dame Laura Cox should "worry all of us."
Phillip Hammond reportedly warned cabinet ministers the UK could still have to pay the EU up to £36bn of the £39bn divorce bill.
Anti-fracking protesters jailed for causing a public nuisance by climbing onto lorries at a site in Lancashire have been freed by the Court of Appeal.
A plastic surgeon has said he supports the ban on an advert promoting breast enhancement surgery shown during reality show Love Island, claiming the risks of surgery "don't come across" in the one minute clip.
Around 50,000 young children are living in households with a "toxic trio" of domestic abuse, drug or alcohol addiction, and mental health problems, a new report has found.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and his G7 counterparts have said they are "very troubled" by the disappearance of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi.
An expert in dog law has welcomed calls for a review of dangerous dog laws, telling Julia Hartley-Brewer "you can't assume a dog is dangerous just because of its shape".
Travellers are being warned they face disruption at London Paddington station for much of Wednesday.
Finger length could provide a clue to a person's sexuality, a study conducted by the University of Essex has suggested.
The shadow international trade secretary has called for Theresa May to put forward the idea of becoming "co-decision making partners" with the EU to advance Brexit negotiations.
Labour MP Stella Creasy welcomed proposed changes to hate crime laws, which could see misogyny, misandry, hatred of goths and ageism counted as hate crimes
Ministers have suggested a 5p levy on bottles of wine and a 3p levy on a pint of beer.
Monmouth MP David Davies held meetings for campaign groups opposed to making it easier for transgender people to change gender, and did not allow the press to observe the meeting
The CEO of a company that delivers training on how to spot abuse has claimed an initiative by Hampshire Police to send leaflets to suspected paedophiles won't change their behaviour.
Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit will feature a poppy on all of its marked patrol vehicles.
The social media network announced a new authorisation scheme to approve organisations before they can run political adverts on the site.
A robot has appeared before the Education Select Committee to tell MPs about the role of technology in classrooms.
Labour MP Wes Streeting has said he "welcomes" the idea of extending the law to protect more groups against hate crime, adding there is "way too much sexism" in the UK.
There were 32.39 million people in a job in the three months to August, a fall of 5,000 on the previous quarter.