The JD Wetherspoon CEO claimed the former foreign secretary is an ideal candidate for the role of Prime Minister.
An angel made of knives seized by police across the country is being displayed in Liverpool to raise awareness of knife crime.
Labour's Shadow Chancellor has said the Party's nationalisation plans will stop people feeling "absolutely ripped off".
NHS campaigners have welcomed the expected expansion of training schemes for overseas doctors, but say the proposals do not go far enough to undo the staffing shortage caused by Brexit.
A 28-year-old man who pretended to be a victim of the Grenfell Tower disaster has been jailed for four years and six months.
The European Council president has said that if Theresa May's Brexit deal is rejected by MPs, the UK will face a no-deal Brexit, or no Brexit at all.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has written to Treasury Secretary Tom Scholar asking for an urgent meeting in case the government collapses over Brexit deal
Lloyd Russell-Moyle called the former health secretary's well-wishes towards him a "bit rich" in a heated exchange on Twitter.
The cost of travelling by rail will increase in 2019, with many rail season tickets set to rise by more than £100.
Julia Hartley-Brewer berated a guest for using the term 'cis' after a discussion about the rise in transgender prisoners in the UK prison estate
Migration Watch spokesman Neil Anderson comments on non-EU migration being at its highest level since 2004
Brendan Chilton of Labour Leave told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Labour should not support a second Brexit referendum
Lord Andrew Adonis criticised the BBC for their choice of Newsnight panellist - an unconventional pastor and actor, Lynn Hayter
Sir Vince Cable has criticised the Prime Minister's assertion that she'll step up no-deal preparations if MPs refuse to back her Brexit deal
Social media users have accused Newsnight of hiring an actor to participate in a Brexit debate. The BBC denies the claims
John Longworth of Leave Means Leave tells James Whale that if the Conservative party presses on with Theresa May's deal, Jeremy Corbyn could take power
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said that he “could palpably feel the vote was gone” for Remain before the EU Referendum result was in.
Sarah Champion, the Labour MP for Rotherham has said the Government must issue “immediate” and “clear guidance” after it was revealed that local authorities had invited Sammy Woodhouse’s abuser to apply for parental rights to her son.
Michael Cohen, US President Donald Trump’s former lawyer, has appeared before a federal judge to plead guilty to lying to Congress about work he did on an aborted project to build a Trump Tower in Russia.
Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle has revealed to the House of Commons that he is HIV positive ahead of World AIDS Day on Saturday.
Thefts of parking permits for disabled motorists have increased by 45 per cent in the past 12 months, official figures show.
Norman Brennan, Founder of Law & Order Foundation has said that Diane Abbott’s criticism of police tactics when dealing with moped crime shows she is “detached from the real world”.
A 42-year-old man has been found guilty of strangling an elderly woman with a lawnmower cord to avoid being thrown off his allotment.
The UK has made no progress - or is worsening - when it comes to obesity, a global report on nutrition has found.
Kellogg’s is set to adopt “traffic light” labelling for most of its cereal packaging from early next year after consumers said the colour-coded system helped them choose healthier options.
Parenting coach Sue Atkins has said that parents often ask about how to “get a teenage off their phone” but parents also need to think about how they use them.
Britain's funeral industry is facing an investigation after the Competition and Markets Authority found prices had been rising for "well over a decade".
A South London GP has criticised the health secretary for saying the NHS should be more like McDonald's.
Former Brexit Secretaries Dominic Raab and David Davis have won an award for the best ‘Cabinet Resignation of the Year’.
The BFI has announced it will no longer fund films which portray villains with facial scarring, in an effort to dissuade film-makers from associating disfigurement with 'evil'.
A 16-year-old boy is to be charged with assault after footage was spread on social media apparently showing a Syrian refugee aged 15 being bullied at a school in Huddersfield.
The former Brexit Secretary has claimed the Bank of England's latest economic forecast is an "attempt to scare", and branded it "ludicrous".
The Conservative MP has claimed the Bank of England's predictions that a no-deal Brexit could result in a recession are 'nonsense'.
When asked by MP Luciana Berger what the benefits of leaving the EU would be for the NHS, Health Secretary Matt Hancock appeared to struggle to give an answer
A journalist who investigated county lines drug gangs in South Wales says she was told of teens being trafficked during her research, and told Eamonn how drug dealing affects the local community
Off-duty border agent Dennis Dickey wanted to show friends the sex of his unborn child using an explosive device filled with coloured paint.
Sammy Woodhouse, who was groomed in Rotherham, has waived her anonymity to speak out against the council's decision to contact her rapist and offer him the chance to see his son
Dr Peter Saunders, the Campaign Director at Care Not Killing, has said that Parliament are concerned changes to the law on assisted suicide would allow for “pressure” on “vulnerable people to end their lives”.
Bruce Williamson, from Rail Future has said that Network Rail is struggling “under tight financial control” and delays due to leaves on the line show that they have had to make “cutbacks”.
A barrister tells Mike Graham that Matthew Hedges, who was imprisoned in the UAE for spying, could sue the state if there is a case that his human rights have been breached
The home secretary has backed a controversial new tactic which allows police to knock suspects off mopeds.
The Prime Minister has said she will take “no lectures” from Jeremy Corbyn after he told her to “make way” for an alternative Brexit plan.
David Davies, the Conservative MP for Monmouth has said that the ‘bleeding-heart liberal brigade’ is encouraging migrants to “risk their lives” cross the English Channel, after the Home Secretary said he was considering using a Border Force ship to rescue them.
Sarah Wootton, the Chief Executive of Dignity in Dying has said that “100 million people worldwide” have access to assisted dying after a terminally-ill man has lost a legal battle over his right to die.
Leading scientists have raised concerns over a Chinese professor's claims that he helped make the world's first gene-edited babies.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman has claimed the Prime Minister has "united all sides" against her Brexit deal.
The Conservative MP has branded Theresa May's Brexit deal a "phallacy", and claimed it does not deliver on the outcome of the EU referendum.
The NHS will need to start implementing some emergency preparations before Christmas if there is a no-deal Brexit, in order to be ready for leaving the European Union in March, MPs have been warned.
London could become the first capital city in the world to offer inland surfing under plans being drawn up.
More than 20,000 applications for divorce have been made online since a new service was launched in May.
An MP has claimed that Facebook knew about a possible cyber attack on the platform linked to Russia years before they were made public.
Boris Johnson has challenged Theresa May to hold a televised debate with “someone who believes in Brexit”, saying there is “no point” in the proposed debate with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The co-owner of a cafe which faced closure after complaints over its name has defended the meaning, claiming a bap is a "bread bun".