Nigel Farage has said that the European elections beginning on May 23 will be the “first step to attempting a political revolution”.
Conservative MP John Redwood has said he is “desperate” to get the money the UK sends to Brussels as part of its EU membership.
Shila Iqbal has been fired from Emmerdale over historic offensive tweets, the soap has confirmed.
The government is standing down emergency preparations for a no-deal Brexit following the latest delay to Britain's withdrawal from the EU, it has been reported.
The goddaughter of Michael Jackson told talkRADIO's Eamonn Holmes she believes the singer is innocent of sexual abuse allegations against him.
The politician claimed Julian Assange was being pursued because he "exposed wrongdoing" and not to protect "US national security".
A mum-of-two has criticised the chain for selling a babygrow emblazoned with the phrase 'Lock Up Your Daughters'.
Justice select committee chair Bob Neill has called for "stronger" and "more independent regulation" of the debt enforcement sector.
Not taking your shoes off on entry, asking for the wi-fi password, and using your mobile phone at the dinner table have emerged as house rules guests break most regularly, it has emerged.
The chairman of the European Research Group has said that he is concerned about the “Tommy Robinson-style” UKIP has adopted in the run up to the European elections.
Julian Assange has pleaded not guilty to a charge at Westminster Magistrates' Court that he failed to surrender to custody as required for an extradition order to Sweden.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman has said that a change in prime minister could provide a “different outcome” in the EU negotiations.
Sir Roger Scruton has been sacked from his post as a government adviser after he faced backlash over "unacceptable" comments on the definition of Islamophobia.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that Remain would have to be an option in a second referendum because “people in a democracy are allowed to change their minds”.
The UK is heading for a Halloween Brexit after the remaining 27 EU nations offered Theresa May a further six months to get her withdrawal deal approved.
The Police Federation have announced they will no longer host an annual awards ceremony at The Dorchester Hotel because of its ties to Brunei.
A bogus parking company made a fortune by promising to look after holidaymakers' cars before ditching the vehicles.
A restaurant manager has been sentenced to prison after pretending to be a victim of the fatal Paris attacks in 2015.
One in five Britons have admitted to feeling “overwhelmed” when booking their holidays, a study has found.
The education secretary has set up 12 Institutes of Technology across the country to “address the skill needs of businesses”.
A neo-Nazi terror suspect likened the ideology of the outlawed National Action group to views held by the Labour Party, a court heard.
Ian Blackford accused the two party leaders of cooking up a "backroom deal" by holding cross-party talks on Brexit.
The chief executive of the National Pig Association has said that European bacon prices have “dramatically” increased after an African swine fever outbreak in China.
A conman who faced legal action after using Manchester United striker Eric Cantona's image on a range of wines without his permission has been caught after 21 years on the run.
Headteachers have been told consultation does not mean parents have the right to veto parts of the new relationships and sex education curriculum.
The Dogs Trust has blamed TV series Game of Thrones for an increase in the number of wolf-like dogs being abandoned.
The member of the European Scrutiny Committee has said that the further extension of Article 50 is a “complete and total travesty of constitutional arrangements”.
Warner Bros has launched legal action against Donald Trump after he used music from The Dark Knight Rises in a tweet.
European leaders are poised to grant Theresa May a longer extension to Britain's membership of the EU than she will request at a crunch summit in Brussels on Wednesday evening.
A 51-year-old man has admitted sending threatening messages to MPs including former cabinet minister Nicky Morgan and Labour's Yvette Cooper.
A Turkish criminal was initially allowed to stay in the UK because a judge said his association with a gang showed that he had integrated into British life.
Facebook has updated how it deals with users who have died, including preventing their accounts being promoted to friends and family on birthdays.
Motorists are being warned they could face thousands of pounds in fines and even lose their licence if caught vaping behind the wheel.
Britons will spend more than £65,000 over their lifetime looking after their basic health, a study has suggested.
US president Donald Trump has said he will put tariffs on 11 billion dollars (£8.4 billion) worth of European Union cheese, wine and other goods.
The teacher at the centre of protest for teaching LGBT relationship lessons has received threats and other "nasty" messages.
A hacker who blackmailed porn website users in what investigators say is the UK's most serious cyber crime case has been jailed for over six years.
The supermarket chain was accused of racism after labelling its dark chocolate ducks 'ugly' on packaging.
The bill put forward by Labour MP Yvette Cooper to extend Article 50 in a bid to avoid a no-deal Brexit has received royal assent and become law.
David Gauke has said the new divorce laws are “long overdue” as the justice secretary announced they were taking out “an element that drives up animosity”.
A youth group campaigning for a second referendum on Brexit has targeted the former foreign secretary by creating him a fake website for his bid to be the next leader of the Conservative party.
The former environment secretary has said that the prime minister should “move aside” ahead of Friday, so that the UK can leave the EU without a deal.
The prime minister is to visit Berlin and Paris for Brexit talks as she seeks support for a further Article 50 extension.
A mother caught trying to bring medical cannabis into the UK to treat her severely epileptic daughter has said families are still suffering despite legal changes.
The government has been “hugely reluctant” to relocate local interpreters who assisted British forces in Afghanistan to Britain, the chair of the defence committee has warned.
An annual survey on political engagement has found that 54 per cent of respondents believed the country needed a “strong leader willing to break the rules”.
An army cadet who praised Adolf Hitler constructed a potential bomb after researching instructions online, a court has heard.
Four police officers were savagely attacked in the line of duty by a knifeman who lured them with a bogus 999 call, a court has heard.