The Spectator's associate editor said calls for Sir Roger Scruton to resign were are a result of "offence archaeologists" taking his comments "out of context".
A woman who was paralysed after being 'catapulted' from a bed she claims was faulty has lost her claim against the supplier
Jeremy Wright MP revealed his love of Lego to Julia Hartley-Brewer, adding that a 4,500 piece Lego Death Star was the largest thing he had built from the plastic bricks.
English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson has been banned from the online payment platform, which he uses to collect donations to fight his legal battles.
There is no "rational explanation" for landlords discriminating against benefits claimants, a leading homelessness charity said today.
Victoria Police have confirmed a knife attack in Melbourne, Australia, is being treated as a "terrorist incident".
The culture secretary has branded reports that he doesn't read newspapers as "complete nonsense", claiming his comments were taken "wholly out of context".
A group of Satanists are suing Netflix and Warner Bros for £38 million over the depiction of a goat-headed statue in The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina TV show.
The vice chair of Migration Watch UK has said the Home Office should be "put in the dock" for losing track of 450 foreign criminals in the last two and a half years.
Helen Masacz painted Boris Johnson in 2010, but is now inviting the public to deface the artwork as her feelings have changed towards the former Foreign Secretary
A series of Russia-themed Brexit posters that appeared across London today have been "flyposted illegally", outdoor advertising company Clear Channel have said.
A series of posters have appeared across London in "celebration" of a "Brexit collaboration" between Russia and the UK.
Mike Graham and Andrew Bridgen discuss the bullying allegations against Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, and his blocking of the release of information about Keith Vaz
Prescriptions for diabetics are now costing the NHS in England more than £1 billion a year, new figures show.
The Conservative MP and member of the Brexit Select Committee claimed the party "will not be forgiven" for "not delivering what the people voted for".
A former Scotland Yard detective has said stop and search is a "useful tool" in the fight against knife crime, but claimed that new police recruits "probably think" it's "racist".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman called on Theresa May to publish legal advice on a possible Brexit deal to assure the public the UK is not being "trapped" in the EU.
A gunman has shot a sheriff's deputy and around 10 other people in a country and western bar and dance club in southern California, authorities said.
The White House has suspended the press pass of CNN correspondent Jim Acosta after he and President Donald Trump had a heated confrontation during a news conference.
Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat has said that politicians should be “challenged” by the media and “should find it uncomfortable” after a CNN reporter had his White House pass revoked for confronting President Trump.
The Prince of Wales has suggested he will not speak out on issues when he becomes king as he recognises being heir to the throne and head of state are two different roles.
Mental health charity Mind has responded to Esther McVey's suggestion that they said she had 'listened to charities' by reiterating their opposition to current Universal Credit regulations
The founder of a charity which works with young people living on Inner London estates has claimed Sadiq Khan has "left it too late" to tackle rising instances of knife crime.
The Treasury will make a total of £19 million available to services supporting the Armed Forces in time for the centenary of the First World War Armistice
An art installation depicting almost 73,000 model bodies in shrouds will be held to mark the centenary of the First World War Armistice
Cabinet ministers have been invited to read the elements of the draft withdrawal agreement that have been agreed with Brussels.
Samaritans' Neil Peters has said that passengers should “trust their instincts and act” if they seem someone who they believe to be suicidal on the railways.
Children may be more vulnerable to becoming a victim of a stabbing on their way home from school, a new study suggests.
The naturalist and TV presenter has topped a list of Britain's favourite people, closely followed by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg.
The US President tweeted he had received "so many congratulations" on the Republicans' "big victory" at the midterm elections, despite the party losing control of the House of Representatives.
Two takeaway bosses have been jailed over the manslaughter of a 15-year-old girl who suffered an allergic reaction to a meal.
A teenage boy has been charged with the murder of a 17-year-old, who was the third fatality in as many days in London
Almost two-thirds (65%) of commutes lasting longer than an hour are by men, according to analysis.
France's President Emmanuel Macron caused controversy after praising a First World War General who subsequently collaborated with the Nazis in the Second World War.
A farmer who received death threats for offering a service allowing consumers to meet, name and raise their Christmas turkey before slaughter, has said he "didn't expect to cause so much offence".
Ken Hinds, Chair of the Haringey Independent Stop and Search Monitoring Group, has said that the authorities have to do more to prevent knife crime as he has already “been to six funerals this year”, all of which were teenagers killed by violence.
Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain has slammed a proposed 'meat tax', which would increase the cost of beef, lamb and pork, as well as processed meats.
Louise Meincke has said that the ‘meat tax’, which would increase the cost of processed meat by 79% was not about “punishing individuals”, but about encouraging governments to improve the affordability of healthy foods.
The Times’ Paul Morgan-Bentley has said that a Times investigation found that 40 charities and more than 300 companies have been banned from publicly criticising the Prime Minister and her Cabinet.
Persimmon boss Jeff Fairburn is to step down at the end of the year as the housebuilding company looks to distance itself from the criticism over his £75 million payout.
Sir Christopher Meyer has said that most sitting presidents expect a “bloody nose” in their first set of midterms, as the US Democrats took control of the House of Representatives in the midterm elections.
Simon Doherty of the British Veterinary Association tells Eamonn Holmes that dogs may find it harder to go to Donegal for the weekend
Sharife Elhouabi pretended to have lived on the 21st floor of Grenfell Tower in order to claim over £100,000 in assistance
Speaker John Bercow has scolded the Department for Work and Pensions for failing to provide accessible documents to a visually impaired Labour MP.
A group of famous faces, including comedian Sir Lenny Henry, have visited Downing Street today to hand in a letter calling for tax breaks to encourage more diversity in the entertainment industry.
Steve McCabe, who sits on the Work and Pensions Committee, said more guidance was needed from the Department of Work and Pensions to stop sanctions being unfairly levelled against vulnerable benefit claimants
Tommy Robinson delivered a petition to Downing Street today calling for more "freedom" in the Armed Forces, after a solider was discharged when a picture of him and the EDL founder was posted online.
Julia Hartley-Brewer said that previous government cuts and the working conditions for NHS staff have led to the current shortage, predicted to reach over 51,000 by 2021
Theresa May has told the Cabinet that she will not agree a withdrawal deal with the EU “at any cost”.
Adoption UK’s Alison Woodhead has said that IVF and other fertility treatments are “a factor” in the drop of adoption numbers but “not the main factor”.
An Ofgem spokesperson told Mike Graham that suppliers will have their profits squeezed by the energy price cap, which comes into effect in January
Five men are being questioned by police after they were arrested over a video showing a model of Grenfell Tower burning on a bonfire.
Women who are at their best early in the morning are less likely to develop breast cancer than those who are not, a study has found.
The Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, revealed that the ICO are working through the equivalent of 52 billion pages of information for their investigation into businessman Arron Banks.
Professor Tom Marshall has said that “nothing terrible is going to happen” if children do not get their tonsils removed, after a report found that thousands of children are having “unnecessary” surgery.