Roy Lilley, a former NHS Trust chairman has said that everyone knows the NHS is “under pressure” but encouraging volunteers to help out is not about “amateurs doing bypass surgery”.
The president of animal rights charity, the Born Free Foundation, has said trophy hunting is a "horror show" that society needs to "get away from".
A UKIP MEP has quit the party in protest at leader Gerard Batten's decision to employ Tommy Robinson as an adviser.
Over 150 young people have signed their names on a campaign bus to protext the Brexit deal and call for a People’s Vote.
A former Metropolitan Police officer has claimed the "poor old police" are taking on mental health support roles in the wake of cuts to mental health services.
Brexiteer Lord Digby Jones has said he will only support Theresa May's deal if the backstop clause "is revoked".
Uber has been fined £385,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for failing to protect customers' personal information during a cyber attack.
A spacecraft that spent seven months travelling through space has sent back a 'selfie' from the surface of Mars.
The Conservative MP claimed a no-deal Brexit would give the UK "advantages" it would not have under the Prime Minister's Brexit deal.
The Labour peer has claimed Theresa May's divisive Brexit deal will leave the UK in a "zombie limbo state", and in a cycle of "endless negotiations" with the EU.
Theresa May has said she used the wrong language when she told business leaders her post-Brexit immigration plans would stop EU workers being able to "jump the queue".
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has dismissed suggestions the UK could join a European army.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has claimed that the Prime Minister’s EU Withdrawal Agreement would leave the UK in the “worst of all worlds”.
The Bank of England has released a list of scientists who have been nominated to feature on the new £50 note, which includes former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Sex therapist Dr Tuppy Owens has welcomed a new brochure for nurses working in care homes, which helps them broach the topics of masturbation, using a sex worker and watching porn with elderly residents.
A number of customers of the mobile-only banking service have threatened to leave after finding out the company's policy on transgender employees.
The UK is set to face a social care crisis as the sector is estimated to be 400,000 workers short by 2028, due to low pay and poor working conditions.
Rail passengers unhappy with how their complaints have been handled will be able to use a new service from Monday.
Theresa May faces a "challenging vote" when her Brexit deal is put before MPs, the new Brexit secretary has admitted, as the EU's top official warned that the only alternative was leaving without one at all.
The former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has described the Prime Minister’s deal as “flawed”, adding that it “suffocates” the opportunities of free trade that Brexit brings.
In a survey of 1,125 nursery owners, managers and staff, 13 per cent said they had seen an increase in the number of children swearing in nurseries, and 12 per cent claimed to have often heard children using profanities.
Dr Nicola Williams, Fair Play for Women has said trans campaign groups are “exploiting a natural need in children to be part of a tribe” as the number of referrals of children looking for “gender identity” support each year has risen from 97 in 2009/10 to 2,519 in 2017/18.
The CEO of pub chain JD Wetherspoon is calling for a no-deal Brexit, claiming it would give UK companies a "crack of the whip".
British academic Matthew Hedges, who was jailed for life in the United Arab Emirates on a spying charge last week, has been pardoned.
The Labour MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer she was starting to believe "conspiracy theories" that the Brexit deal was "planned from the beginning".
Theresa May will try to persuade MPs to back her Brexit plan in the House of Commons by saying there is no "better deal" available.
Postboxes which play a Christmas jingle whenever a letter is posted are being rolled out across the UK.
A British Transport Police officer was stabbed in Ilford on Friday evening, and a second man killed in an attack in Dalston hours later
An activist from the climate change group Extinction Rebellion glued herself to the gates of Buckingham Palace during a protest in London
Theresa May will meet EU leaders in Brussels, and Donald Tusk has recommended that the deal is accepted. But the Prime Minister still faces opposition at home
Ann Widdecombe tells Dan Wootton that the Prime Minister has 'lost sight' of the fact that the UK will leave the EU as she tries to secure support from Brussels
Tommy Robinson’s UKIP appointment is a demonstration of “overt” racism in the party, says broadcaster Patrick Christys.
Landlords are boycotting B&Q and M&S over their support for homeless charity Shelter, which they say is taking part in a “campaign of negativity”.
The EU has proposed restrictions to formaldehyde, which is used in embalming bodies, over fears it could increase the risk of cancer
A group of Jewish leaders has called for footnotes to be added to the Bible and Koran that point out when the text contains antisemitic ideas
Professor Ellis Cashmore, Visiting Professor of Sociology at Aston University has said that the two children family has been “disappearing for the best part of a century”, as new figures show that families are now only having one child.
UKIP leader Gerard Batten defended his appointment of Tommy Robinson as a special adviser on rape gangs, saying his convictions were a result of 'mistakes' by the justice system
The United Arab Emirates are considering clemency for a British academic jailed for life in the country, an official has announced today.
The Transport for London network will enforce a ban on adverts showing foods high in fat, salt and sugar from February 2019
Samsung Electronics has apologised for the sickness and deaths suffered by some of its workers.
A Brexit minimart has popped up on Peckham High Street selling food such as “Conman’s mustard”, “Brexit tomato botchup” and “save our bacon”.
A councillor in the village of Wool has claimed animal rights group PETA calling on them to change their name to 'Vegan Wool' is "quite funny" but "clearly not going to happen".
Julia Hartley-Brewer spoke to Debbie McGee about npower's Fuel Bank scheme, which wants to extend winter fuel payments to anyone who needs them
The deputy chief executive of the Centre for Mental Health has claimed more children are being "left at the point at which they hit a crisis" before receiving mental health help.
The education secretary has called for MPs to think about the Brexit deal as "a package" if it goes through to Parliament, claiming they don't need to "love every line".
The controversial activist will advise UKIP's Gerard Batten on on rape gangs and prison reform.
The Conservative MP has warned that not delivering the Brexit "people voted for" would result in "shock and disillusion with the whole political establishment".
Dominic Grieve has said it is "noteworthy" that a number of perpetrators behind terror attacks in the UK last year were already known to MI5.
Boris Johnson has been warned he faces private prosecution over the infamous claim – put on a Vote Leave bus during the EU referendum - that the UK sends £350 million a week to Brussels.
The UK could remain tied to the European Union rules and continue paying into Brussels’ budget until the end of 2022.
A report from NHS Digital found that one in eight young people had a mental disorder in 2017
The number of 25-year-old women having had a child is at a record-low, with only a quarter of women reaching the threshold having had at least one child, new figures find.
George Barda, the spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion, the group responsible for causing disruption to London traffic this week, has said that “unless you are Donald Trump” there is no doubt climate change is caused by carbon emissions “pumped out” by humans.
Stefan Stern, the former Director of the High Pay Centre has said that a £1 million pay limit per year, as suggested by Conservative MP Caroline Nokes, would “cap” people’s success.
The head of Russian military intelligence, which has been accused in connection with the Salisbury Novichok attack, has died, the Kremlin has announced.