An economist has warned that Labour's £10-an-hour minimum wage pledge for under-18s could be "bad news".
A cross-party Brexit deal will need to include a second referendum in order to receive the backing of Labour MPs, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
A scuffle broke out in Cornwall after two protesters attempted to throw milkshake on UKIP candidate Carl Benjamin.
Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith has said that the party needed a new leader “who voted for Brexit” in order to regain the trust of voters.
Terrence McCorry from disability charity Leonard Cheshire has said that social media companies like Twitter and Facebook “absolutely should” do more to stop abuse towards disabled people.
A man who threatened to stab audience members at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre was spared jail this week.
Morrissey has been criticised and praised for wearing a For Britain party badge.
A child protection campaigner has claimed the Pope’s announcement of internally reporting child abuse in the Catholic Church will not help to prevent the crimes.
Over six billion pounds worth of unworn jewellery is sitting in boxes in the UK, according to research.
Officials have announced they will create further opportunities for female athletes in the games, and refuted claims the move is financially motivated.
The co-chair of Labour Leave said the country had been left "very angry" by the handling of Brexit.
The founder of the UK Cladding Action Group has the announcement of a new government fund to replace Grenfell-style cladding on around 170 high-rise private residential buildings is “a bitter pill to swallow”.
Media commentator Paul Connew has described Danny Baker’s tweet, in which he shared a photo of a monkey in response to the birth of a royal baby, as a “professional suicide note”.
Seven fraudsters have been jailed for a total of more than 43 years for hacking into email accounts to steal more than £10million pounds from victims in the UK and abroad.
The organiser of the UK Wife Carrying Race has said that his wife has refused to take part in the competition so he has “different wife every year”.
David Beckham received a six month driving ban for using his mobile phone while driving.
A professor of psychology has said that the BBC "had almost no choice” but to sack presenter Danny Baker, after he posted a tweet in which he joked about the royal baby using a picture of a monkey.
A Conservative MP has told Theresa May that he will not support her government until the “offensive” persecution of ex-servicemen and women ends.
A tower block resident has warned that the £200m of government funding to replace combustible cladding is not enough.
An “alarming” amount of UK police officers and staff suffer from some form of post-traumatic stress disorder, a new study suggests.
Millions of workers in Britain have strong aspirations to run their own business but the vast majority believe they will never make it happen, according to new research.
A royal burial site discovered beneath a roadside verge in Essex has been hailed as the UK's "equivalent of Tutankhamun's tomb".
The Conservative MP revealed to talkRADIO that she had the "support" she needed for a leadership bid.
The broadcaster came under fire after tweeting a joke about the Duke and Duchess Of Sussex's son using a picture of a monkey.
The government will fund the replacement of Grenfell-style cladding on around 170 high-rise private residential buildings, at an estimated cost of £200 million.
Theresa May has rebuffed demands to set out a timetable for her departure from Number 10, amid growing pressure from Tory MPs to make way for a new leader.
A young woman kissed her fiancé and told him "I love you" moments before she was struck by a van, the inquest into the London Bridge terror attack has heard.
The legal officer of Big Brother Watch has described facial recognition software being used by police as “a threat to freedom”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have named their baby son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the couple have announced.
Police in Devon and Cornwall have arrested and charged two men who pleaded guilty to trafficking Vietnamese people into the UK.
Obesity-related hospital admissions in England have increased, according to a recent NHS Digital report.
Sex therapist Anjula Mutanda has said that streaming service Netflix is ‘not a cause’ after new data found that fewer than half of Britons have sex at least once a week.
Sleeping in a bed that is not your own is highly likely to lead to a poor night’s sleep, a study has found.
A missing piece of one of the huge stones at Stonehenge, which was removed 60 years ago, has been returned to the ancient monument, English Heritage said.
Prodigy star Keith Flint died by hanging and had unspecified amounts of cocaine, alcohol and codeine in his system at the time, an inquest has heard.
Plans to remove free TV licences for pensioners could result in loss of life, Age UK have warned.
Anti-sleaze campaigner Martin Bell said respect for MPs "dissolved" during the expenses scandal.
Britain’s tech industry has had a surge in European investors despite Brexit uncertainty, according to a new report.
"The one upside of the European elections is that the British establishment, in all their cosseted, feather-bedded, oh-so-superior smugness are going to get the shock of their bloody lives."
Sociologist Noah Carl who was fired for allegedly conducting "racist" research has hit back at his critics in a blog post.
A Tory grassroots revolt has been threatened next month if Mrs May does not set out specifics on when she will pack her bags and leave Downing Street.
Security training and advice to help keep mosques safe during the holy month of Ramadan is being offered as part of government measures to protect places of worship.
Up to a million species of plants and animals are at risk of extinction, a new study has warned.
The chair of the all-party parliamentary group on knife crime has said that youth workers are “absolutely key” to tackling the rise in knife crime.
An NHS nurse who was told her marathon world record attempt would only count if she completed the race wearing a skirt has seen the decision overturned after it sparked criticism on social media.
The effects of social media on the life satisfaction of teenagers are "trivial" in size, a new study suggests.
Mathew Talbot, 22, died while on counter-poaching operations in Malawi, the Ministry of Defence has announced.
The family of a young man, who committed suicide after being investigated over allegations of rape, are crowdfunding to raise funds for legal aid.