Steven Frank recounted his experiences of growing up during the Holocaust to talkRADIO's Matthew Wright, and revealed he had "tremendous faith" in the next generation.
Former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond has been charged with 14 charges including two for attempted rape and nine others for sexual assault.
Police officers are calling for "more boots on the ground" as figures reveal a 14% rise in homicides - the highest number since 2008.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan will look into ways to cap rents in London as part of his reelection campaign
Convicted sex offenders who should have been closely monitored in bail hostels have instead been housed in budget hotel chains on their release from prison, inspectors have found.
An anti-fox hunting group discovered a severed fox tail on one of their vehicles, which they believe was left by local hunters.
The former cabinet minister will be paid £3,000 per hour as an external adviser to the digger manufacturer.
Darren Ogom has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after Holly Burke was killed when crashed into her car during a police chase
Priti Patel has urged the Prime Minister to listen to Brexiteers' suggestions for solving the backstop problem
The sister of Charlotte Brown, who died after being thrown from Jack Shepherd’s speedboat on a first date, said that he is only “thinking of himself”.
The chief executive of Airbus has warned that the company could 'redirect future investments' if there is a no deal Brexit
Jack Shepherd went on the run after being convicted of manslaughter following the 2015 death of Charlotte Brown
Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake is fighting for a second referendum, and says Remain must be on the ballot if one were held
Salisbury's former mayor has said she is "saddened" by the news that a board game based on the Novichok poisonings is now on sale.
The Director of Rights Watch UK has criticised the government's counter-terrorism strategy, claiming it has had a "chilling" effect on communities.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has been arrested in Georgia after handing himself in to authorities after spending months as a fugitive.
Knife crime on Britain's rail network has more than tripled in the past three years, police figures suggest.
Friends of the Earth are urging Michael Gove to bring environmental legislation in before Brexit happens
The talkRADIO presenter and business expert claimed Dyson moving its head offices to Singapore is not because of "concerns" over Brexit.
The BBC has claimed it does not know how much some of its top stars are paid, as they are part of the broadcaster’s commercial department BBC Studios.
Flights into a major US airport were briefly suspended on Tuesday evening after a drone was spotted over another nearby airport.
The College of Policing has dropped a job advertisement for external candidates to become senior officers after it was criticised for its attitude of believe they were “intellectually superior” to frontline officers.
The former political aide has claimed a no-deal Brexit won't be "the end of the world", but warned it will "knock confidence" in the UK.
The Internet Watch Foundation trains staff to view and remove child abuse imagery from the internet, and successfully removed over 100,000 web pages last years
A video appearing to show an MP mouthing "it's a wig" in reference to Michael Fabricant's hair has started circulating online.
The Prime Minister slammed the Labour leader for not agreeing to meet with her privately, claiming he had been willing to sit down with "Hamas, Hezbollah and the IRA without preconditions".
UK’s largest supplier of insulin has warned that new shipping routes will be needed as an alternative to Dover, if the Government wants medicine stockpiles to be maintained in the case of no-deal Brexit.
A 15-year-old boy has been taken to hospital in a "potentially life-threatening condition" after being shot in south-east London.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said that an amendment proposed by Labour’s Yvette Cooper would have “profound constitutional changes” to the UK.
Pensions expert Baroness Ros Altmann compares the Leave campaign to a Pensions mis-selling scandal
Iain Duncan Smith says the UK must commit to the prospect of leaving without a deal in order to show the EU a new agreement must be reached
The number of people employed in the UK has reached its highest level since records began, figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
A professor from Birmingham City University has slammed a war memorial to the RAF Bomber Command Memorial in London, claiming "it isn't something we should be proud of".
The US Supreme Court has voted in favour of a policy banning certain transgender people from serving in the military.
Wetherspoon’s in-house magazine Wetherspoon News has been found to be printing entire columns from other news organisations.
A third of Theresa May's Cabinet are in Davos this week in an unprecedented delegation slammed as a "tax-payer funded freebie to sip champagne with the global elite."
A speed camera van has been spotted parked near the spot where the Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a car crash last week.
Aldi said it has strengthened its position as the UK's best-paying supermarket after announcing increases in hourly pay rates for store workers.
An MP and a disability campaigner explain the impact of online abuse on disabled people, after lending their support to Katie Price's campaign to make online abuse a crime
Police are investigating the deaths of a mother and two young children whose bodies were found at their home in Bolton.
Pets at Home is to spend up to £8 million stockpiling pet food and products as it becomes the latest business to step up plans for a no-deal Brexit.
The American singer is in custody in Paris with two others, after a woman filed a rape complaint, French police have said.
A bakery in Cornwall has come under fire from locals after unveiling a vegan version of the Cornish pasty.
EasyJet has said last month's drone disruption at Gatwick was a "wake-up call" to airports after it cost the airline £15 million and affected 82,000 customers.
Police in Liverpool are seeking information on a man who destroyed the reception of a Travelodge building allegedly over a pay dispute
The European Research Group vice-chair said MPs were "honour bound" to see Brexit through, and that the Queen should not be asked to make an "incredibly difficult decision" on the issue.
The Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala was aboard a light aircraft that went missing over the English Channel
Neil Anderson, Executive Director of Migration Watch UK has said that reports of illegal migrants attempting to cross the Channel in dinghies are a “small front-end of a significant wedge”.
The DUP's Brexit spokesperson Sammy Wilson says the party will stand firm against Theresa May's Brexit deal and hopes she can form a better agreement with the EU
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has reportedly warned the Prime Minister of possible resignations if MPs can't vote to extend Article 50
Dominic Grieve MP said that some of his constituents are 'immune from the consequences' of no deal Brexit and might even want to witness social unrest
Shrinking chocolate bars, cereal boxes and loaves of bread have contributed to a rise in so-called "shrinkflation" in Britain, official figures have shown.
Tesco has rolled back the price of Freddo chocolate bars to just 10p for one week in response to calls from the public.
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that EU citizens will no longer have to pay a £65 settlement charge to apply to stay within the UK after Brexit.