The German Chancellor fired back at the Turkish President amidst a growing diplomatic spat between the countries
Janusz Korwin-Mikke made the comments on Good Morning Britain - leaving Susanna Reid shocked
The bomb discovered in Dusseldorf weighs 250kg and is expected to be diffused imminently
Matt Chorley, who edits the Times Red Box, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about how the Labour leader reacted to the planned changes in the Budget.
A terror suspect has lost a human rights fight against a decision to bar him from returning to Britain and strip him of his UK citizenship
A couple are said to have visited Great Ormond Street Hospital on Monday afternoon, trying to convince staff that their baby was in the hospital
Relatives of soldiers killed in Afghanistan have criticised the failure to invite the military to the unveiling of a new war memorial in central London
In January just 85.1% of patients who went to A&E were seen within four hours - well beneath targets
Stephen Clarke, a policy analyst for the Resolution Foundation, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the planned rise in National insurance payments for self-employed people
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has said it would be 'common sense' to have a Scottish independence referendum in autumn 2018
Regional leader Carles Puigdemont tweets that the Catalan government will follow Barca's example by securing independence
There's a firm specialising in design-and-build Irish pubs and they've installed over 500 boozers around the world since 1990
The Office Européen de Lutte Antifraude (OLAF) insisted Britain is liable for allowing illegal Chinese goods to flood European black markets
Gordon Douglas Chalmers has been accused of more than 900 sexual offences dating back 10 years
The Chancellor is to raise the contributions towards National Insurance made by self-employed people by 2%
South African national Emlyn Culverwell and his Ukrainian fiance Iryna Nohai were arrested for having sex outside of marriage, which is illegal in the United Arab Emirates
Indie star reveals he didn't initially think he could sing - but he and his bandmates could always write songs 'from the heart'
Jon Holmes likes to invite listeners on air to try and win some meat, so today he did exactly that
Shadow treasury chief Peter Dowd says Philip Hammond's flagship policy will to nothing to plug gaps created by government cuts
Ian Paterson allegedly said the work was 'a good earner'
Poachers have shot a rhino dead in a Paris zoo and cut its horn off with a chainsaw, having reportedly broken in at night
Our host went in on the leader of the Scottish Labour Party while speaking to a caller on his show.
Today's Budget has already provoked a flood of debate among the chattering classes. But who has benefited from Philip Hammond's first major act as Chancellor?
Philip Hammond makes health and education the keynotes of his flagship policy speech
As we mark the annual day to celebrate women, what would be different in a matriarchal society?
At least 30 people have been killed and several others have been injured in an attack on a military hospital in Afghanistan's capital
Julian Assange called this leak the 'largest-ever publication of confidential documents on the agency'. Here's why
National Geographic has unveiled the first ever hyper-realistic animatronic leopard to promote Big Cat Week
Piers Morgan has blasted Janusz Korwin-Mikke a 'horrendous sexist pig' for saying women are less intelligent than men
The results were found by a survey commissioned by Plan International UK
The US president tweeted the rather eye-catching remark this morning
A region in Italy has announced a plan to ban Islamic veils from public institutions and hospitals to 'defend women's freedom' however many others have criticised the plans
Today is International Women's Day and the campaign theme is 'be bold for change,' campaingers are calling for a more gender inclusive world
Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to deliver his first budget, which the Treasury has said will help prepare Britain for a 'new chapter' after Brexit
The Tory peer, who has been sacked from his advisor position to the Government, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer in the wake of his rebellion over Brexit
A man claiming to be Kim Han-sol says he is with his mother and sister and told viewers that his father has been killed.
A fire broke out at a complex in Dublin which has killed a woman and two young girls, while two others were left in a critical condition
The unproven allegation of Obama wiring his Trump Tower phones, which rocked the American political scene, has very little support from Trump's own party in the Senate
This follows the hearing of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee in Parliament last week
The Tory peer backed an amendment to give Parliament a meaningful vote over the terms of the final deal
The Chancellor of the Exchequer's Budget is expected to come today
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill was amended to ensure Parliament gets a meaningful vote on the terms of the final deal
A man in a shark costume is wanted by police in New Zealand after he stole an 'unknown amount of confectionery' from a petrol station
Nasa has announced a plan to use a huge magnet to change the atmosphere on Mars to make it more suitable for humans to live there
Political editor Andrew Woodcock says elections would become a second referendum
Former Foreign Secretary William Hague urged Mrs May to call an election to win a majority in the House of Commons
Chairman of Labour Leave John Mills has said we'll be happy about leaving the European Union if it breaks up
Our host was speaking to a caller about the possibility of a second Scottish independence referendum
Eight far-right extremists have gone on trial for bomb attacks on homes for asylum applicants in Germany
Indian minister Manekha Gandhi has claimed that female students need protecting from their own 'hormonal outbursts' by having curfews placed upon them