Extremism is “thriving” in some parts of the UK, but the “true scale of the problem” is not yet known, says the Lead Commissioner for Countering Extremism.
Delivering a statement outside Downing Street, the Prime Minister said her Brexit deal "delivers for the whole UK family".
Robert Halfon MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer that he won't vote for Theresa May's Brexit deal, but that he hasn't submitted a letter of no confidence in the Prime Minister
Labour MP Ben Bradshaw has said that there are only two options for leaving the European Union; the Prime Minister’s deal or no Brexit, because MPs will stop the “catastrophe” of a no deal Brexit.
A document outlining the future relationship of the UK and the EU has been "agreed in principle", the president of the European Council has announced.
Polly Neate of Shelter told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the 4% rise in homelessness in the UK was down to several factors, but a decrease in social housing was the 'root'
The Conservative MP has said the jailing of Matthew Hedges could result in a breakdown of the mutual defence treaty between the UK and the United Arab Emirates.
The health secretary has claimed there is an "awful lot of work" to do in order to ensure an "unhindered supply of drugs" in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Pupils will be encouraged to climb trees, knit, stargaze and learn to ride a horse in a new initiative being drawn up by MPs.
The chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee has said the UAE sentencing student Matthew Hedges for life is "absurd" and "quite clearly a mistake".
The Conservative MP said he does not believe "a single scare story" about what would happen to the UK in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
Callum Underwood, a 31-year-old bought a huge Pokemon toy for about £150 and then had it sent to his boss in San Francisco because the seller would not ship to Britain.
The Speaker John Bercow has reprimanded a group of MPs for playing football in the House of Commons.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said she is "deeply disappointed and concerned" about the case of a British academic jailed for life in the United Arab Emirates.
Deborah Arnott, Chief Executive of Action on Smoking and Health has said it is “unreasonable” to stop people from smoking in their own homes, but more has to be done to reduce smoking in social housing and privately-rented properties.
Ms Coffey has also called for a major review of the criminal justice system.
The Conservative MP for Monmouth claimed the debate around gender had been conducted without "proper consideration" and in an "atmosphere of menace".
Toni Shephard, the Executive Director of Animal Equality UK has said that foie gras “is one of the cruellest food items” people can eat and that it is “hypocritical” the UK continues to import it, whilst its production is banned.
The TV channel of an Islamic preacher, who was banned from entering the country after praising Osama bin Laden, is being broadcast to millions in the UK despite concerns about extreme content, a Times investigation has found.
The Prime Minister defended the EU referendum during a meeting in the House of Commons, claiming it was a "great exercise in democracy".
The gambling watchdog has urged people to “sit up and listen” after a study suggested the number of children classed as having a problem has quadrupled to more than 50,000 in just two years.
The Swedish home retailer expects 7,500 jobs to be cut across its operations as it simplifies the organisation.
Sharife Elouahabi falsely said he was staying with relatives in a flat on the 21st floor of the block.
A survivor of the Manchester Arena bombing has claimed the government's promise of providing better mental health support is "not actually happening".
The Mexican tetra fish has been found to have a gene called lrrc10 which is linked to the fish being able to regenerate its own heart.
The Conservative MEP told Julia Hartley-Brewer that being "half in half out" of the customs union is an "appalling decision".
Extinction Rebellion have launched another day of protest action, blocking roads in London in an effort to create gridlock in the capital.
The Prime Minister will meet European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker this evening ahead of an EU Brexit summit on Sunday.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has backed the Prime Minister’s EU Withdrawal Agreement and warned that a no deal Brexit would be the “worst outcome”.
President Donald Trump has said the US will not levy additional punitive measures at this time against Saudi Arabia over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Jacob Rees-Mogg's efforts to oust Theresa May appear to have stalled as Tory colleagues failed to back his call for a motion of no confidence in their leader.
Electronic ID cards should be a “badge of citizenship” and not an “obligation” says Lord Andrew Adonis.
The boss of airline easyJet has said he is "confident" flights will not be grounded in a no-deal Brexit scenario after recent assurances from Brussels.
Campaigner Dan White from Department of Ability has said that disabled children always end up at the “bottom of the greasy pole of priorities” and a Minister for Disabled Children is a “necessity” to change this.
A University Students’ Union President has stood down after sparking outrage for calling for a mural in memory of First World War soldiers to be painted over.
More than 70 Parliamentary staff have written to the senior deputy Speaker of the Lords to protest the peers’ decision to stop the barring of Lord Lester who is accused of sexual harassment.
A group of officials have visited the British Museum in London in a bid to get a statue stolen in 1868 returned to Easter Island.
Mark Topps has said he doesn't condone "violence" after ad regulator Clearcast received threats for banning Iceland's season advert.
Nick Hillman, the Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute has said that “the explosion” of unconditional offers for university places means students make the “mistake” of “taking their foot off the gas”.
Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Sir Steve House said passers-by should only help officers struggling with violent suspects "if they can safely do so".
Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter and a top White House adviser, sent hundreds of emails about government business from a personal email account last year, it has been reported.
Spain claim there is no clarification over the future status of the handling of Gibraltar.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has said the government is "paralysed" without the support of the DUP.
A businessman who asked Theresa May to "think again" about her Brexit deal at the annual CBI conference yesterday, has claimed it will be "devastating" for the UK.
The Liberal Democrat leader said Jeremy Corbyn should "throw down the gauntlet" and "see where he stands".
Labour could try to bring down the Government in an effort to block a no-deal Brexit, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Two hackers have been jailed for their roles in a £77 million hack on the TalkTalk website.
Hundreds of children from four schools in Northern Ireland have walked out of their classes to call for a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Dr Mike Smith has said that it was “quite possible” that the NHS could face litigation after a woman faked qualifications and was allowed to practice as a psychiatrist for 22 years.
Ben Walmsley made internet searches on ways to end his life while in lessons in the weeks before his death.
Members of Parliament have taken to social media over the news that Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has sold water cannons bought when Boris Johnson was in the position for a £300k loss.
Black cab serial rapist John Worboys will remain behind bars after the Parole Board reversed an earlier decision that he should be released.