Mayoral and local elections will be postponed for a year due to the coronavirus outbreak, Boris Johnson has said.
Shemar Dawes, 19, was convicted of murdering Lord Promise Nkenda in an attack that saw the victim mown down by a BNW and stabbed 15 times.
The teenage activist has taken her weekly climate change protests off the streets and onto Twitter due to concerns over the pandemic.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has offered “all credit and congratulations to Laurence Fox for standing his ground”.
The Labour peer has said he has "faith" in the government's action on Covid-19, as opinion among politicians and experts continues to vary.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has been accused of being “transphobic” in a heated debate over whether or not men can have periods.
Lord Hall has faced the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee over whether the BBC reflects the "thought diversity" in Britain.
The shadow chancellor said the spending plan was “nowhere near enough” and, on some issues, went “significantly in the wrong direction”.
The Chancellor said the government was “working around the clock” to ensure the public remains “safe, healthy and economically secure”.
The PM refused to apologise for “repeated offensive remarks” against women and instead slated the Labour leader for his own party's record.
Follow live updates from talkRADIO as Chancellor Rishi Sunak presents the first Budget of Boris Johnson's government.
Julia said it is important to recognise “biological, scientific, medical truths” as she debated calls to include an "X" gender on passports.
Bank Governor Mark Carney said the measures announced will “prevent a temporary disruption from causing longer lasting economic harm”.
Rishi Sunak is expected to announce a plan to repair 50 million potholes across the country as he delivers his first Budget today.
The 28-year-old Thames Valley Police officer was dragged behind a car for more than a mile when he was killed last year, a court has heard.
As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare to wave goodbye to royal life, Dan Wootton asks whether the couple will regret their decision.
The Conservative MP has joined others in defending the Home Secretary as she faces investigation over bullying allegations.
Non-gendered Christie Elan-Crane has said it is "devastating" that senior judges rejected the case for passports with an unspecified gender.
The ex-Labour MP has called on the next party leader to take “really specific and clear action” in tackling antisemitism.
The Brexiteer said the power between the EU and the UK is shifting in post-Brexit trade negotiations ahead of the next round of talks.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made their last official appearance as senior royals in what has been dubbed their UK “farewell tour”.
Protesters from campaign group We Own It rallied against ending the BBC licence fee, defending the corporation as a "national treasure".
PC Demetrius Washington had been carrying out patrols and speaking to youths in Birmingham after “a number” of recent robberies.
Katie Perrior says it is "ridiculous" to suspend Mr Phillips for remarks he made about Pakistani Muslim men sexually abusing children.
Julia discusses Sadiq Khan's 'patronising' tweet and why she struggles to see Meghan Markle as an "icon of feminism".
Boris Johnson is expected to say that he is “confident the British people are ready to play their part in that” in tackling the outbreak.
D’Adrien Anderson, 24, opened and licked a tub of ice cream before returning it to the supermarket freezer as part of a viral online joke.
The former Home Secretary was due to speak at Oxford University for International Women’s Day but was cancelled just half an hour before.
Supporters have said Priti Patel is an "assertive" leader who “never crossed a line” as she continues to face allegations of bullying.
It has been announced that MPs will receive a pay rise of 3.1 per cent from April this year, taking their basic pay from £79,468 to £81,932.
The Conservatives have been accused of dealing with Islamophobia with “denial, dismissal and deceit” as more than 300 claims are made.
Sharn Miles (20) and 19-year-old Ty Blake shot James Teer in the face at point-blank range on the evening of August 8 last year.
BBC boss Lord Hall has said he believes the licence fee is here to stay, despite ideas to replace it with a subscription service.
The former president of the Faculty of Public Health has accused the government of wasting time in its response to coronavirus.
Train companies, airlines and coach firms are stepping up to help stranded Flybe passengers after the airline went bust this morning.
Tory MP Peter Bone has proposed a “United Kingdom Day” to be held on the Friday nearest June 23 – the anniversary of the 2016 EU referendum.
The PM and labour leader clashed over bullying during PMQs as Mr Corbyn called for an independent inquiry into the conduct of Priti Patel.
Freddy McConnell is taking his case to the Court of Appeal after losing a legal bid to be registered as father or parent in September.
The talkRADIO breakfast show host has challenged an obesity campaigner over the assertion that the condition is a “shared responsibility”.
The Labour peer said Boris Johnson’s administration had struck the right balance between “being open with the country and at the same time not causing the country to panic”.
Two police officers have been accused of dangerous driving and misconduct after crashing while responding to the Streatham terror attack.
The 37-year-old political activist allegedly punched a man in the face over an allegation of sexual assault on Sunday.
The Labour incumbent has launched his bid for a second term as London Mayor, citing housing, violent crime and air quality as priorities.
The shadow home secretary said Ms Patel should resign from the Cabinet while an investigation into bullying allegations takes place.
It was the first death since Turkey announced "the gates are open" to Europe in a U-turn from its agreement with the EU to hold refugees.
The IOPC has launched a dangerous driving probe after a police car crashed while responding to the Streatham terror attack last month.
Michael Roe, 32, and Tiffany Tate, 21, both deny charges of murder and causing or allowing the death of a child.
Richard Ratcliffe has said his wife is "desperate" to get tested for the Covid-19 virus but claims Iranian authorities will not allow it.
The International Trade Secretary has said "both sides are very committed" to reaching an agreement as the UK revealed its negotiation aims.
A dangerous driver, ironically called Astin Martin, has been handed a lengthy ban after reaching more than three times the speed limit.
Canada not pay for the couple's protection when they step down as working royals and embark on a "financially independent" life on March 31.
Tens of thousands of schoolchildren protesting climate change have braved the rain in Bristol to join a march alongside Greta Thunberg.
Julia Hartley-Brewer came to blows with the Green Party's Caroline Russell this morning when challenging her on renewable energy policy.
John Holland-Kaye said stopping the third runway would be "taking back control with one hand and giving it to the French with the other”.
Immigration from outside the EU has hit 379,000, the highest since records began in 1975, according to the Office for National Statistics.