The Ukip leadership favourite is being kept overnight as a provision
Events such as Charlotte have allowed a new white supremacist group to gain traction - and no-one knows how big it will grow
The 'micro commuter', which has space for a driver and the goods they are delivering, took a whole month of solid printing to create
Woolfe collapsed following a reported 'altercation' with his fellow MEPs
Hookem has previously courted controversy for his views on migrants and Isis - now he faces further scrutiny
Wilkinson said the former Avengers star was wrong and suggested wolf-whistling should be 'socially unacceptable'
The new series of The Apprentice begins tonight, Karren Brady and runner up Vana Koutsomitis reveal their views on the show
The journalist was responding to the letter a mum wrote about the death of her son, who was bullied for years
Ukip sources quoted as saying Woolfe is suffering internal bleeding following altercation at party meeting in Strasbourg
Actor Dominik Tiefenthaler joined Paul Ross and told him more about his time as a brain surgeon, dreams for the future and filming Paranoid.
Suspected thief was brutally beaten and then set on fire in the city of Matatlan
Altercation reportedly took place at meeting of Ukip MEPs in Strasbourg
Cave has campaigned tirelessly against knife crime since her own teenage son was murdered in 2003
Jeremy Dein was speaking after 'Fake Sheikh' Mazher Mahmood was found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice
The nurse fell ill this morning and has been taken to hospital with a police escort
The lawyer claimed that 'on Australia Day, it's common to see people walking around in bikinis and swimming trunks'
Former MP praised Mrs May's hour-long speech yesterday at the Conservative Party Conference
The pop superstar and her fiance have been engaged since February
The MEP also endorses Steven Woolfe for the next leader of Ukip
Ukip may be in crisis, but Farage claims the party has 'changed the entire gravity of British politics'
Jones said James, who stepped down yesterday after just 18 days in charge of Ukip, had no policies and didn't engage with colleagues
Boat of female activists, including an Olympic volleyball player and Nobel peace laureate, claimed they were 'breaking the siege' on Gaza
The website was hacked by OurMine, after they posted an article about a Saudi teenager allegedly involved in the group
Defector Alex Phillips tells talkRADIO the full, brutal truth about the schisms, schemes and squabbles which have reduced the party to ruins
If you think the Tim Kaine retweet was bad, check out what Trump had to say about Ebola, fat people and Kristen Stewart
The discovery of an ancient cannabis burial shroud was made in in China's Turpan Basin, of an approximately 35 year old man with Caucasian features
Incident comes on same day train station was evacuated over terror threat
The October night sky will allow us to see five planets in the night sky, with some in conjunction to one another
The Home Secretary has announced proposals where employers need to say how much of their workforce is not British
Oenone Chadburn, the humanitarian director at Tearfund, reveals the huge challenge facing rescue workers
Piotr Czak-Zukowski and Mateusz Pawlikowski went to the mosque and threw pieces of bacon towards worshippers and a shoe rack
Many claimed that Republican Pence won the vice-presidential debate, but supporters of the two sides are divided
talkRADIO runs the rule over the potential candidates to succeed James after her shock resignation
The former leader of the party will serve as a caretaker until a new leader can be elected
Diane James has stepped down from leading Ukip after only 18 days, it is unclear who the leader currently is, as some claim it is still Nigel Farage
Party colleague Peter Whittle says Farage has no desire to return to the role on a full-time basis
It is unclear who the leader of Ukip is, after Diane James has stepped down from leadership just 18 days into the role
Tony Blair's former head of communications told Paul Ross about the schisms he witnessed in the Labour Party - and his views on Ed Balls
But Raymond Stevenson says inquiry must go on and dismisses the idea of closure as 'hideous'
Video posted online sparked a frenzy of interest among UFO watchers
The Twitterati was quick to register its lack of shock after veteran comic backed Trump at Tory pary conference
80 years ago the Battle of Cable Street took place in which members of the public stood up to fascists who were marching through their streets
Police reportedly said one or more black teenagers were involved in the assault which left Ogle bleeding from the head.
Sometimes the big day doesn't go quite according to plan
The tennis star was tested positive for meldonium in January
Alcoynth is believed to avoid the toxin that causes hangover, as well as reducing the risks of heavy drinking
Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti today