Debbie Hayton, a science teacher who transition as an adult, has said that she is concerned the treatment at the only NHS gender clinic for children is “dangerous”.
Conservative MP Mark Francois has called for an “indicative vote of confidence” on Theresa May’s leadership this week.
One in three Britons have inhaled toxic air in the country's busy city centres, it has emerged.
Former minister Priti Patel has condemned Theresa May’s cross-party approach to Brexit for giving “stature and credibility” to Jeremy Corbyn.
Labour peer Peter Hain has been cleared of breaking parliamentary rules when he named the retail boss Sir Philip Green as the businessman accused of inappropriate behaviour towards staff.
New Zealand’s prime minister has named a sitting Supreme Court justice to head the country’s investigation into the actions of security agencies and other issues related to the mosque shootings in which 50 people were killed.
Jeremy Wright has said that new online safety laws are about “controlling harms” on social media platforms, not restricting individuals’ freedom of speech.
A British mother has been arrested in Dubai over Facebook posts which branded her ex-husband's new wife a "horse", campaigners say.
The Jewish Labour Movement (JLM) has said it has no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn's leadership following the anti-semitism allegations in the party.
Lord Andrew Adonis, who supports a second referendum, has said that any deal Theresa May offers the Labour leader “is not worth the paper it is written on”.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has attacked Debenhams executives, accusing them of "falsehoods and denials" days after tabling a £150 million rescue offer, it has been reported.
Theresa May has angered Tories by holding talks with Labour, with Brexiteers including Boris Johnson concerned she will accept a customs union as the price for a deal with Jeremy Corbyn.
Nazir Afzal, a former Chief Prosecutor of North West England, has said that mental health issues "play a significant part" in the rise of knife crime.
Around 100 people have turned out to take part in a protest against Brunei's anti-LGBT laws in central London.
A mother who tried to bring medical cannabis into the UK illegally in a bid to help her severely epileptic daughter has had it confiscated at the airport.
Campaigners for LGBT rights have held a protest outside a Christian conference offering support for people experiencing "same sex temptations".
Labour MP Rosie Duffield has said that Jeremy Corbyn is “probably longing to be at the allotment this weekend” as Labour continue to meet with the government to negotiate a Brexit compromise.
British passports without the words European Union on the front cover have been issued despite the Brexit delay.
A charity responsible for a mental health facility where a teenager was found hanged is being investigated.
Tory Brexiteer Nigel Evans has said the attempts to delay or reverse Brexit have made him “nervous for our democracy”.
A east London man who calmly told a 999 operator he had killed his wife has been found guilty of murder.
The Grenfell tower fire could create a worldwide legacy of safer buildings, the Chair of the fire safety review has told talkRADIO.
A West Yorkshire headteacher has apologised after a staff member insisted on a ‘white British’ taxi driver for a student.
Julian Assange’s faces “legitimate fears” he will be extradited to the United States if he is forced to leave the Ecuadorian embassy, according to his advisor.
The family of a woman who killed her husband in a hammer attack said they were "overjoyed" as she prepared to walk free from prison after almost a decade behind bars.
A man has appeared in court charged with five counts of attempted murder after a series of stabbings in north London.
A botched IRA warning call led to the unlawful deaths of 21 people in the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings, an inquest jury has found.
A worker who claimed MP Fiona Onasanya discriminated against her on the grounds of her disabilities has had her case dismissed.
Pimlico Plumbers CEO Charlie Mullins has called on Theresa May to “walk away” and allow a new leader to negotiate a better deal to remain in the EU.
The campaign manager of the Taxpayers’ Alliance has said that MPs will “do just about anything” to stop leaving the European Union, as the House of Lords continue to debate a bill proposing to rule out no-deal Brexit.
Coroners should be free to act "without attack or intimidation", the chief coroner's office said after five people were arrested for storming a west London coroner's court.
Telegraph columnist Charles Moore has accused BBC Question Time of having a pro-Remain bias after he pointed out during Thursday night’s panel that he was the only Leave-supporting guest.
Illusionist Uri Geller has claimed responsibility for the leak in the House of Commons on Thursday saying that he did it because he “cares about young people”.
Theresa May has written to European Council president Donald Tusk requesting an extension to Article 50 until June 30.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that he has not “no desire to get rid of Theresa May” amid rumours that the Conservative ERG group are considering a no-confidence vote on the prime minister’s leadership.
Conservative MP Sir Bernard Jenkin has said that MPs in his party will not vote for a “Corbyn-Brexit” because they had already voted for Theresa May’s deal “through gritted teeth”.
A senior Ecuadorian official has said no decision had been made to expel Julian Assange from the country's London embassy despite tweets from WikiLeaks that sources had told it he could be kicked out within "hours to days".
Top-level talks aimed at finding a way out of the Brexit deadlock will continue between the government and Labour on Friday.
A trade union will launch a High Court challenge against the Mayor of London’s decision to introduce the congestion charge for minicab drivers.
Struggling seaside communities will be the hardest hit by Brexit unless they receive major investment, the chair of a Lords select committee has warned.
Social media executives could face jail if their platforms stream footage of real violence, Australian lawmakers have warned.
Politicians should “think carefully” avoid inflaming the “incredibly febrile” atmosphere around Brexit, police chiefs have warned.
A disgraced former Labour MP has caused outrage after she voted for the Cooper bill, which passed by a majority of one in the Commons on Wednesday.
The former Deputy Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has said that legalising drugs would “significantly reduce” street violence.
The teenager who admitted raping and murdering six-year-old Alesha MacPhail has launched an appeal against his jail sentence.
Texas has banned all clergy from the death chamber after a Buddhist inmate’s execution was blocked on the grounds of religious discrimination. Texas has banned all clergy from the death chamber after a Buddhist inmate’s execution was blocked on the grounds of religious discrimination. Texas has banned all clergy from the death chamber after a Buddhist inmate’s execution was blocked on the grounds of religious discrimination. Texas has banned all clergy from the death chamber after a Buddhist inmate’s execution was blocked on the grounds of religious discrimination. Texas has banned all clergy from the death chamber after a Buddhist inmate’s execution was blocked on the grounds of religious discrimination.
The mother of a severely disabled man forced to take part in a work assessment interview has said she feels “frustrated and penalised” by the benefits system.
Over 40 per cent of Britons have admitted to wishing they concentrated more on maths when they were in school, a study has found.
The TV psychic Uri Geller has claimed responsibility for the leak that brought proceedings in the Commons to a halt earlier today.
The flight crew on the Ethiopian Airlines jet that crashed last month performed all procedures from Boeing but could not control the jet, according to a preliminary report.
Paul Sweeney, a Labour MP and a former Army Reserve Officer, has said that the video of soldiers shooting at a target of the Labour leader’s face “paints a worrying bigger picture”.