Conservative candidate Antony Calvert has been placed "under review" after talkRADIO uncovered a series of his Facebook posts.
Ten teenagers were among the 39 people found dead in the back of a refrigerated lorry in Essex.
Nick Conrad is standing down after facing backlash for saying women should "keep your knickers on" while discussing a rape case in 2014.
An auction of items which belonged to The Prodigy star "surpassed all expectations", fetching a total of £347,750.
The Tory candidate said he "couldn't understand" the PM's Brexit deal, but argued it was in the interests of the country to get it "done".
In Sheffield, people were forced to spend the night in a shopping centre after downpours flooded the streets.
Two police officers have appeared in court following the death of former Aston Villa footballer Dalian Atkinson.
The Met Police have issued a fresh appeal for information to mark one year since a 98-year-old veteran died after a "violent" burglary.
A glittery rainbow poppy badge has sparked debate online over whether there should be a specific poppy to recognise LGBT+ war heroes.
The 39 people found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex have all been identified and their families told, Essex Police said.
Stewart Jackson has dismissed a Remain alliance formed by the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party.
Fifteen people - all believed to be men aged between 16 and 30 - have been arrested on suspicion of immigration offences.
Tony Blair's former spin doctor said a hung Parliament would keep the possibility of a second referendum "alive".
The former Labour minister and aide to Gordon Brown has urged voters to back Boris Johnson at the general election.
The parties will not run candidates against each other in a number of seats in the election on December 12.
Human rights activist Peter Tatchell has welcomed a court ruling that police were unlawful in imposing a blanket ban on XR London protests.
Bristol City Council has approved plans to ban diesel cars in a central zone, meaning it is set to become the first UK city to do so.
The PM promised to deliver Brexit and invest in the NHS, while the Green Party pledged to get the UK net zero carbon by 2030.
Election candidates and canvassers have been advised to work in pairs and keep their mobile phones charged, amid safety fears.
The former Commons Speaker revealed his true thoughts on Brexit at a meeting in London.
Workers will walk out for 27 days between December 2 and New Year's Day, threatening travel chaos for commuters and Christmas shoppers.
The Sky News presenter conducted an interview with an empty chair while the Tory Party chairman was speaking to talkRADIO.
Extinction Rebellion have won a High Court challenge against the Met Police over a protest ban imposed during their 'Autumn Uprising'.
Ms Berger left Labour to found the Independent Group for Change, before joining the Liberal Democrats in September.
Today is the first day of the five-week general election campaign period, after Parliament was dissolved in the early hours of this morning.
Those not standing for re-election have said goodbye to the Commons before Parliament is dissolved tomorrow ahead of the general election.
The Liberal Democrats' deputy leader said he believes Jo Swinson was excluded from a TV debate because of her gender.
Jo Swinson has said stopping Brexit would generate a £50 billion "remain bonus" that her party would put into public services.
The owner of the border terrier puppy, named Molly, is calling for a review of firework regulations following the incident.
Labour MP Kate Hoey said she was "delighted" with the appointment of Sir Lindsay Hoyle as the new Commons Speaker.
The cabinet minister slated the Labour leader's Brexit policy, joking that it was "as clear as an apology from Vicky Pollard".
The "inconsiderate and irresponsible" use of fireworks should be considered as socially unacceptable as drink-driving, according to MPs.
The outgoing European Commission president accused Boris Johnson of lying ahead of the 2016 referendum.
Labour’s Angela Rayner has branded Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Donald Trump as “hard right nasty thugs” in a tweet over the weekend.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has revealed the party's 600 candidates for the general election.
It is accompanied by a sign which blames opposition parties for the Brexit delay.
Francesca O'Brien has apologised after comments were unearthed in which she suggested people on a TV show "need putting down".
The tight black trousers and leather jacket sported by Olivia Newton-John in Grease have sold for more than £300,000 at auction.
The arrests were made by Vietnamese police in connection with the 39 migrants found dead in a lorry in Essex.
The Liberal Democrat MP said his party's "number one priority" was preventing Britain's exit from the EU, but insisted the party had numerous other policies.
Labour MP Sir Lindsay Hoyle has been elected as the new Speaker in the House of Commons after four rounds of voting.
A climate activist has been acquitted of criminal damage as the court ruled she acted to protect homes "under threat from climate change”.
Number 10 has confirmed that the Conservatives will not form an alliance with Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party ahead of the general election.
The climate activist has appealed for help to travel back across the Atlantic by boat after a UN summit was relocated from Chile to Spain.
He said he doesn't know who to vote for in the general election, which he predicts will be "one of the nastiest in living history".
David Heney has been banned from Westminster Cathedral for six months after threatening to "shoot up" the congregation, a court heard.
The columnist defended a "joke" he made about excluding Muslims and students from the upcoming general election.
A loophole which enables drivers using their mobiles to escape prosecution if filming or taking photos is to be closed, the government said.