The deputy general of the Muslim Council of Britain has called upon the Conservative Party to adopt a cross-party definition of Islamophobia.
A poll has shown that 46 per cent of people do not know who would make a better prime minister between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn.
A professional cyclist is calling for saddles to be made more female-friendly after undergoing surgery for long-term trauma on her vulva.
The official Leave campaign director has threatened to set up a new political party or campaign group in a fiery blog post.
Former Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones acted unlawfully by involving himself in an inquiry into his own conduct after the death of a prominent minister, judges have ruled.
Conservative MP Michael Fabricant has said he intends to change his mind and vote for the Prime Minister’s deal when it comes to the Commons for a third time.
A government source has accused the Speaker of "making it up as he goes along" after he ruled Theresa May's Brexit deal needs major changes before it can be put before MPs again.
Alastair Campbell has slammed plans for a series of votes on alternative Brexit options, claiming politicians have "wasted years" debating leaving the EU.
The sports star said the racial abuse suffered by footballers was "nothing like" what the average black person went through.
The Labour MP said it was "unlikely" that Theresa May's deal would pass through the Commons, in which case the UK could face a year-long extension to Article 50.
The European Scrutiny Committee chair said the indicative votes set to take place today are a "disgraceful attempt" to undermine the outcome of the EU referendum.
MPs will be voting on alternatives to Theresa May's Brexit deal today, after Parliament seized control of the Commons agenda to force a series of "indicative votes".
Cocaine users have "blood on their hands" and should be fined up to 100 per cent of their income if caught in possession, MPs have heard.
Up to 140 police officers a day could be drafted into Kent to deal with traffic congestion anticipated by the UK exiting the European Union without a deal.
MEPs have voted in favour of controversial changes to online copyright across the EU – which are designed to make tech giants more responsible for paying creatives, musicians and news outlets more fairly for their work online.
NASA’s first ever all-female spacewalk will no longer go ahead as planned because of a late change to one of the astronaut’s spacesuit size requirements.
Police dogs have been awarded what is described as an "animal OBE" for their response to the London terror attacks in 2017.
A police officer who was sacked for using racist language on a night out with colleagues has won an appeal against her dismissal.
Lawyers for Empire actor Jussie Smollett claim charges alleging he lied to police about being attacked have been dropped.
One in seven parents have admitted that they made a “terrible mistake” with the name of their child, a survey finds.
Conservative MP Christopher Chope has said teenagers at risk of knife crime should learn self defence rather than carry a knife.
Twitter users have showed their support for three schoolgirls arrested for defacing photos of Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza – by also doodling on his photo.
The Conservative MP said that some politicians believed they were "cleverer" than the people who elected them.
The health secretary said he felt like viral sensation Brenda from Bristol when thinking about the prospect of another general election.
The politician revealed he would move a motion to cancel Brexit if no-deal was on the table.
Coroners could be given new powers to investigate the deaths of stillborn babies under proposed government plans.
The co-chair of Labour Leave said the outcome of last night's Commons vote - in which MPs voted to take control of the Brexit process - has "threatened" the UK's chances of leaving the EU.
Theresa May's Brexit strategy is in disarray after MPs voted to wrest control of the process from the hands of ministers.
A former soldier and defence expert has warned that the UK must remain vigilant following the defeat of the last Islamic State stronghold in Syria.
The Home Office channelled £30,000 to a paedophilia advocacy organisation in the late 1970s, according to a former civil servant.
A cat and her litter of kittens have been found living beneath an escalator in one of the country’s busiest underground stations.
Campaigners have called for male circumcision to be taken as seriously as female genital mutilation following the death of a five-month-year-old boy in Italy as a result of the procedure.
Theresa May has told MPs that there is not sufficient support to pass a third meaningful vote on her Brexit deal.
Conservative MP John Whittingdale has said Eurosceptic MPs could support Boris Johnson or Domic Raab to replace Theresa May.
Claiming there will be negative consequences of leaving the EU without a deal is “total rubbish” according to Conservative MP Crispin Blunt.
The chairman of the Brexit select committee has said that MPs need to be “honest” with the British people about Brexit so that they have “real choices” rather than “peddled” fantasies.
A Brexit supporter who egged Jeremy Corbyn while yelling "respect the vote" has been jailed for 28 days.
Operation Brock – a no-deal Brexit plan that sees one side of a motorway closed – begun on Monday.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has said that the Conservatives need a new “leader who is a Brexiteer”.
Independent Group MP Mike Gapes has said the People’s Vote march shows “a shift in the mood of the public” after hundreds of thousands of protesters marched through London on Saturday.
Conservative peer Nigel Lawson has described Theresa May as the “most incompetent prime minister in living memory” amid reports that cabinet ministers are planning a “coup” to oust her as leader.
A firm of solicitors has been ordered by the Legal Ombudsman to compensate a transgender client for "misnaming" her.
Two senior ministers have dismissed reports of a "coup" to oust the prime minister as Theresa May is expected to convene her Cabinet on Monday morning.
Hundreds of thousands of people have gathered in central London today to urge the government to give the public another vote on Brexit.
Two men have been arrested after five mosques had their windows smashed in Birmingham.
The Liberal Democrat leader has said that he expects the party to “do exceptionally well” in the next general election.
‘More acceptance’ of consensual harm is needed, according to the honorary president of sadomasochism charity the Spanner Foundation.
A suspicious package found at an Irish postal depot appears to be identical to a series of devices sent to the UK, police in Ireland have said.
A Devon tree-surgeon has been banned from owning fish after swallowing a goldfish he had won at a funfair.