A judge has issued a fresh injunction against protesters demonstrating against LGBT relationship education at a primary school in Birmingham.
Broadcaster Ian Wright has said that the Women’s FIFA World Cup “does not need” male pundits.
Donald Trump has demanded Twitter allow “banned Conservative voices” back onto the platform “without restriction”.
Esther McVey’s leadership campaign launch was hijacked by a protester who branded her a “fake Conservative”.
After several weeks of jostling, the candidates to replace Theresa May have begun officially launching their campaigns.
Parents protesting over a primary school teaching about LGBT relationships are “misinformed”, a pro-LGBT campaigner has said.
A Green Party councillor in Sheffield has sparked outrage with a proposal that could bring about the end of soft ice cream.
The TaxPayers’ Alliance has thrown its support behind Boris Johnson’s pledge to cut income tax for high earners, should he become Prime Minister.
Sadiq Khan has revealed the block of flats that were destroyed in a fire yesterday were already on City Hall’s radar before the blaze.
Jeremy Hunt’s belief that the legal limit for abortion should be reduced from 24 weeks to 12 is “staggering”, according to the British Pregnancy Advisory Service.
Detectives are appealing for information on 14 individuals they want to speak to regarding disorder before a Crystal Palace v Brighton match on March 9.
Danny Kushlick from the Transform Drug Policy Foundation accused the Tory leadership contender of supporting the "drug war".
Contenders in the Conservative leadership race have different ideas on how to approach negotiations with the EU.
The Liberal Democrat leader has said that the Peterborough by-election was the Brexit Party’s “big opportunity” and they failed to win.
Three hospital patients have died after eating pre-packaged sandwiches linked to a listeria outbreak.
Tommy Robinson said he was acting in “self-defence” when he punched an England football fan to the ground in Portugal.
Jeremy Kyle has been asked to appear before MPs investigating reality TV.
A painting thought to be a genuine Picasso with an estimated value of £1 million has sold at auction for just £8,000.
The Headteacher of the primary school facing protests against LGBT relationships lessons has said teachers “have never taught sex here”.
Vandals have destroyed six war graves at the Hirst Wood burial ground in Bradford in the lead-up to the D-Day anniversary.
Two friends who were denied £4 million over suspicions they used a stolen bank card to purchase the winning ticket have announced plans to sue the National Lottery.
Thirteen interviews have been carried out under caution by detectives investigating the Grenfell Tower fire, police said.
The High Court has thrown out an attempt to prosecute Boris Johnson over claims he lied about the UK giving the EU £350 million a week.
Conservative chairman Brandon Lewis has said he will be “very sorry” to see Theresa May resign as party leader.
Arrests have been made after a gay couple were attacked on a London bus, the Metropolitan Police have said.
Siobhan Prigent was filmed shouting abuse at the Trump supporter during the president's state visit to the UK.
The delivery of Brexit could bring about the end of the Brexit Party, according to Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen.
The victory of Labour’s Lisa Forbes in the Peterborough by-election shows “antisemitism is becoming normal in the party”, according to a fellow Labour MP.
A tweet posted from the Twitter account of a Swansea primary school called the television presenter a "fascist pig".
Ann Widdecombe said the Brexit Party's loss to Labour in the by-election isn't "the end".
Labour candidate Lisa Forbes will now hold the seat in Peterborough, left vacant by disgraced MP Fiona Onasanya.
Today Theresa May will officially resign, but will remain Prime Minister until her successor is chosen.
Council officials described the Grenfell Tower area as “full of people from the Tropics”, according to Labour MP Emma Dent Coad.
Conservative candidates hoping to replace Prime Minister Theresa May will face at least a dozen hustings before a winner is crowned.
Passengers at Heathrow airport could soon be able to keep liquids and laptops inside their cabin baggage while going through security, thanks to the installation of new scanners.
Britons are willing to ignore best before dates on supermarket staples for over a week, according to a study.
Former MP Natalie McGarry has been jailed for 18 months for embezzling more than £25,600 from pro-independence groups.
The channel featured educational videos of Nazi propaganda speeches for teachers and students.
More than 23,000 people have been admitted to hospital because of dog attacks during the past three years, new figures show.
A former nurse who put patients into cardiac arrest because he liked to try and resuscitate them has been convicted of 85 counts of murder in north-western Germany.
Football fans who saw England supporters face off against police in Portugal said it was “embarrassing to be English” after a second night of violence.
The vice-chair of the European Research Group said he "fundamentally disagrees" with Tory leadership contender Michael Gove.
The Home Office has agreed to fund the hunt for missing Madeleine McCann until March next year.
Conservative MP Peter Bone said Brexit "has to be done" by October 31.
The Tory leadership contender said he is "not wedded" to the idea of leaving the EU in October.
Boris Johnson is the “most trustworthy” candidate in the Conservative leadership race, according to a study.
A woman has apologised after she shouted “Nazi scum” at a Donald Trump supporter who was covered in milkshake at a protest on Tuesday.
Lib Dem MP Layla Moran has said that the splintering-off of six Change UK MPs from their party shows “how broken politics is”.