The 56-year-old succeeds Nigel Farage, who has stepped down after six consecutive years in charge of the eurosceptic party
The Sun's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster has lead to an emnity against the newspaper which has lasted decades.
Former First Minister of Scotland believes Nicola Sturgeon will hold a second independence vote in two years' time
Capsule contains money, photographs and film of the local town
New York City's Guggenheim Museum now owns an 18 carat-gold toilet, which is fully functional and can be used by visitors to the museum
Telegraph journalist Peter Foster says those in mainland Europe 'think we've failed to appreciate how marvellous the EU is'
Ahmad Jabbar Kareem Ali drowned in the Shatt Al Basra canal in May 2003 after he was detained by British troops on suspicion of looting
Brownhill was sentenced to life imprisonment of murder with sexual associations in 1985
Thomas Noblett made the papers this week for stopping customers from paying him extra
Major train delays have taken place today after a train derailed near Watford Junction. Services in and out of London have been affected
Farrow, who worked in the entertainment industry as a model and singer, smuggled 740g of pure methamphetamine over a seven-and-a-half month period
Bloomberg will lend his expertise to the partnership, which Osborne says is 'here to stay'
New research has shown more information on how breast cancer spreads around the body, and could lead to future treatment trials
Govia Thameslink Railway is in the running for a Passengers Matter accolade - but union bosses say it's 'way beyond satire'
Zakieya Avery stabbed her children to death 'because they were possessed by demons' in 2014
Women were removed from monarch flight after an argument about Nike trainers reportedly got out of hand
The woman rang the police on Tuesday in an attempt to stop her boyfriend from being able to provide a urine sample to a probation office in Florida
Trump's campaign team publishes statement claiming Republican candidate received clean bill of health in assessment by his long-standing doctor Harold Bornstein
The fight took place on Wednesday evening at a square in Bautzen. Reports suggest 80 locals and 20 refugees were involved
Commentator Charlie Wolf thinks Hillary Clinton's health scare has given her rival a major advantage
More than 100 flights have been cancelled as French air traffic controllers start their 14th strike this year
The missing part was discovered on the island of Pemba, and is believed to be from the flight due to its appearance and part numbers
The first episode of American Horror Story Series Six has been released in America, and the Twitterati weren't slow in getting excited
Julia Hartley-Brewer heard the pros and cons of a new power plant in heated exchanges this morning
Harris says the list overshadowed Corbyn's success in PMQs and suggests Corbyn 'is from a tradition of left-wing politics which sees the Labour Party as an obstacle to true socialism'
Banks to meet Nigel Farage in Bournemouth to discuss how outgoing Ukip leader can contribute to the group
Flight was travelling from Barcelona before being diverted 'due to technical issue'
Batley and Spen MP was murdered in the days leading up to the UK's vote on the European Union
A man and woman were found in the flat on Elmhurst Crescent early this morning, as police were called to the scene
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have not yet seen Eight Days A Week, which follows the touring years of the band
The actor reveals more about rehearsing for the play, his career and what it's like to perform
A new charter is set to come into effect at the end of this year
A German woman has reportedly died and around 20 others suffered injuries in the explosion as the ferry was travelling to neighbouring islands
The Perlan Mission II has been designed to discover more about the layers of the earth's atmosphere, as well as beat a world record set 50 years ago
The Scottish nurse had been accused of concealing her temperature upon her return from Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis
Today would have been Amy Winehouse's 33rd birthday. We take a look back at some of the top moments in her life
Officers in the city of LaFrange claim several people have reported clowns roaming around trying to talk to children
The new Uefa president is tough on corruption, and his appointment may not be great news for Manchester United or Chelsea
Shadow International Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner criticises Patel's plans for foreign aid shake-up
Peter Bleksley also said he was 'disheartened' at news the Metropolitan Police continues to 'routinely discriminate' against black people in stop-and-search operations
Public Health Agency says fewer than five cases confirmed, with several of them being historic
Mr. Juncker also said Brexit does not mean 'the disintegration of the European Union' but warned that the bloc faces an existential threat in the form of an east-west split
Galloway said those who predicted disaster in the 2011 Libya campaign have been proved right, and suggested Britain is led by 'Mr Beans' rather than 'James Bonds'
MP Mike Gapes explained the House of Commons report which has blamed the former PM for the rise of Isis in North Africa
A father and son went outside to confront the gang, however the son died shortly afterwards in hospital. His father is still receiving treatment
The power plant scheme in Somerset was stalled in June because the PM wanted to review the plans shortly after she took office