Alvin Thompson has been jailed for fraud after he falsely claimed to be a Grenfell survivor and received over £95,000 worth of assistance.
Forty-year-old Richard Hayes has been jailed for sending hoax white powder to female MPs, MEPs and local councillors.
Seven out of the 10 major UK supermarkets increased their plastic footprint over the last year, according to new research.
Bereaved families, including MP Jo Cox's widower, have expressed their relief at Twitter's decision
Christine Jardine told talkRADIO her party would scrap the "abhorrent" Vagrancy Act, which criminalises sleeping on the street.
Paramedics found a note on their ambulance calling them a "dumbass" for blocking the driveway of a house as they attended an emergency.
Nottinghamshire Police have apologised for a Facebook post warning women not to walk alone at night.
The Tory candidate has maintained that the NHS is not for sale but argued it would be "madness" not to make health trade deals with the US.
A YouGov poll using data from around 100,000 panellists has said that the Conservatives would win the general election if it was held today.
The terrorist who stabbed three in a frenzied knife attack has been sentenced to life imprisonment, serving a minimum of 11 years.
He apologised for the “hurt and offence” caused by Islamophobia coming from within the Conservative Party.
She said her country will pay a price for the Conservatives’ “obsession” with Brexit and Labour’s “woeful lack of leadership”.
Sixteen of the 39 bodies of Vietnamese nationals who died while being transported to the UK have been returned home.
He said he has obtained official documents that show the NHS would be “up for sale” under a post-Brexit trade deal.
The Housing Secretary said “antisemitism will abate in the Labour Party when Jeremy Corbyn is no longer its leader”
He declined multiple opportunities to apologise to the Jewish community after the Chief Rabbi said he was unfit to be Prime Minister.
The Prime Minster has said Conservative members guilty of discrimination are dismissed from the party "first bounce".
Professor David Last, 79, has not been seen since his small plane disappeared from radar off the coast of North Wales yesterday.
Michael Gove has responded to criticism of comments he made about rapper Stormzy on talkRADIO by quoting the grime artist on Twitter..
Steve Thompson has said "Christmas will be good this year" after his winning Luck Dip ticket made him £105 million richer.
Novlett Robyn Williams has been sentenced to 200 hours community service for possessing a child abuse video sent to her phone by her sister.
Just one-in-20 Black Friday deals are at their cheapest during the shopping bonanza event, according to the Which? consumer group.
Labour's race and faith manifesto includes a pledge to teach children about colonialism and injustice if elected.
The Tory candidate for London Mayor has criticised Sadiq Khan and Transport for London over the decision not to renew Uber’s licence.
He has weighed into the election for the first time in history, warning the “overwhelming majority of British Jews are gripped by anxiety”.
A multi-agency rescue mission has been launched after HM Coastguard received reports of a possible plane crash off the coast of North Wales.
Nearly three million people have registered to vote in the past month, ahead of the 11.59pm November 26 deadline.
He accused Boris Johnson of saying and doing “racist” things, but did not go so far as to call him a racist.
Maurice Robinson, 25, has pleaded guilty to plotting to assist illegal immigration after 39 bodies were found in a trailer in Essex.
A second cinema chain has removed UK gang film Blue Story from its programming after a mass brawl at a screening in Birmingham.
“Reluctant whistle-blower” John Sweeney demanded a “thorough investigation” into BBC News and Current Affairs.
He said the Labour manifesto is “fantasyland stuff”, and defended the Tory manifesto as “an exciting journey of travel”.
Fact-checking organisations have questioned the Conservative Party’s financial figures after it released its manifesto on Sunday.
A man who burst into a hotel room to film a footballer in bed with someone who was not his partner has been jailed for 16 months.
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price has promised to create tens of thousands of jobs in a “green jobs revolution” during his manifesto launch.
The Brexit Party leader called for an immigration cap, a halving of the foreign aid budget and the scrapping of HS2.
He said the Institute for Fiscal Studies failed to look at the complete Labour policy before passing judgement on its manifesto.
He accused Labour of pretending it can fund its manifesto without costing most taxpayers.
Sir Keir Starmer has warned Britain “won’t go back to normal” no matter whether Britain leaves the European Union or decides to stay.
The Conservative Party has been accused of misleading voters on social media for the second time in three days.
A ferry company said 16 people have been discovered in a sealed trailer on a ferry sailing from France to the Republic of Ireland.
He promised to break down a system built by the “rich and powerful” at Labour’s manifesto launch in Birmingham.
Dozens of British Airways flights have been disrupted due to a “technical issue”, according to the airline.
He said Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson is “far more popular” than Boris Johnson with Conservative supporters who voted remain.
Jeremy Corbyn will reveal Labour’s manifesto, which is set to include a second Brexit referendum and free broadband for all.
It follows the royal's widely-criticised television interview about his links with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Melanie Edwards, 48, glued herself to the witness stand as she stood trial in City of London Magistrates Court for a separate offence.
The Liberal Democrat said the two party leaders were both "a threat" to the union of the United Kingdom.
Tory election candidate Lee Anderson suggested sending "nuisance" council house tenants to labour camps and making them live in tents.
Police guidance on recording hate crimes against transgender people has a "chilling effect" on freedom of speech, the High Court has heard.
The former Labour London Mayor said the Prime Minister is "happy to keep talking about Brexit" because he has no "great political agenda".
Mr Raab said the Tory Party were "rebutting scaremongering" when its press office rebranded its Twitter account as a fact-checking service.
The Prime Minister and leader of the opposition went head to head over Brexit and the NHS in the first TV debate of the general election.