Liberal Democrat MEP Caroline Voaden denounced newly-elected Brexit Party MEPs for turning their backs to the European Parliament’s anthem.
The leadership frontrunner promised to halt hikes on so-called “sin taxes”, which include levies on tobacco, alcohol and sugar.
The Brexit Party MEP was one of 29 who turned their backs as the EU's Ode To Joy anthem played at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The Tory MP defended describing a homelessness charity as a "magnet for undesirables", claiming he was quoting his constituents.
Two black paratroopers claim to have suffered racial abuse from soldiers who "decorated their barracks with Nazi flags".
April Hawes threw the eight-month-old kitten at her neighbour's front door after it kept coming into her garden.
Barrister Jerry Hayes says those accused of sex offences should be granted anonymity until convicted, rather than charged.
A student has accused Cambridge University of '"racism" after a white lecturer repeatedly read out the n-word in class.
Pictures have emerged of a dent left by a body which plummeted 4,000ft from a plane into a garden in south London.
A 78-year-old man has been jailed for three years after he shot dead his six-year-old great-grandson with an unlicensed air rifle.
Sports broadcaster Gary Lineker has retained his title as the BBC’s highest paid presenter, earning £1.75 million last year.
The swimmer has been slammed online after a Twitter post in which she said “binary sex matters”.
He said the leadership frontrunner has a “clear” plan for leaving the European Union despite a gridlocked Parliament and an unmoving EU.
Incoming Brexit Party MEP Martin Daubney said the European Parliament believes it is “next to impossible” the Brexit deadline can be met.
He claimed the German chancellor is willing to look at new Brexit proposals put forward by the next Prime Minister.
It is thought the body - believed to be that of a male stowaway - fell from the landing gear of a Kenya Airways flight as it prepared to land at Heathrow Airport.
A £12,000-a-year private school has told its students it's "unsafe" for them to attend today after a group of travellers pitched up on its grounds overnight.
A 74-year-old who told a black woman "when Brexit comes you will be gone" during an outburst in a shop has been fined.
Singer Sir Cliff Richard has today launched a petition calling for those accused of sexual offences to remain anonymous until charged.
Downing Street has denounced comments by senior civil servants that Jeremy Corbyn is “too frail” to be Prime Minister.
There were 101 reports of letters being sent with intent to cause distress in 2018 - more than double the 39 sent in 2016.
An army of 1,300 volunteers have begun litter-picking at the Glastonbury Festival site.
The government is failing to protect women from image-based sexual abuse such as revenge porn and fake porn, according to a new report.
The chairman of the Brexit Party said he doesn’t believe the next Prime Minister will be capable of delivering a “proper Brexit”.
Party leader Nigel Farage said the first batch of candidates "are but a start".
He said Jeremy Hunt’s proposed £6 billion war chest to prepare for a no-deal Brexit can give the UK credibility during EU negotiations.
The leadership hopeful said farmers should be treated like banks were during the 2008 financial crash in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
A coroner has cleared MI5 and the police of failing to prevent the London Bridge attack.
Protesters against same-sex relationship lessons have put up posters called for a "vote of no confidence" in the Labour MP.
A British family of 12 suspected of joining Islamic State in Syria have all died, according to a relative.
Good Food Chain has gone into liquidation after being investigated over a listeria outbreak at a number of UK hospitals.
He joked he would make rival Boris Johnson the "Secretary of State for Collective Responsibility".
A million pound divorce case has been closed after a judge ruled who owned the curtains in their former home.
The Dalai Lama has doubled down on comments made in 2015 that a female successor would need to be attractive to take on the role.
Over half of Brits polled by YouGov think transphobia is a problem in the country, a study has found.
A man charged with using a hammer to smash the glass box protecting a copy of the Magna Carta has pleaded not guilty.
The Prime Minister is to speak with the Russian president today in the first formal meeting between the pair since the Novichok attacks.
She said the choice of either candidate is like “asking me if I'd prefer to be run down by a lorry or a bus”.
Neil Coyle has called on Jeremy Corbyn to “stick to his word” on tackling antisemitism after Chris Williamson was readmitted to the party.
The Foreign Secretary slammed Boris Johnson’s claim that the chance of a no-deal Brexit is a “million-to-one”.
A Labour MP has said that the party “can’t have a hierarchy of racism” following Chris Williamson readmission.
A man accused of murdering a fellow train passenger was paranoid schizophrenic and struggled on public transport, a court has heard.
Labour’s deputy leader has called on Jeremy Corbyn to withdraw the whip from Chris Williamson following his readmission to the party.
The former UKIP leader will stand again for the position, despite leaving the role less than a month ago.
Our Future Our Choice campaigners poured 2,000 plastic ducks outside a building they believed to be Boris Johnson’s campaign office.
Brexit Party MEP Jonathan Bullock said Boris Johnson is “jealous” of the party for its recent success.
Women should not be sent to jail, an MP has said, amid calls for a better system for those who have broken the law.
A quarter of Brits want to see the return of Princess Diana, followed by Sir Winston Churchill and Freddie Mercury.
The MP said he will get "nothing" in return if cannabis is legalised, despite chairing a drugs reform group backed by cannabis corporations.
The MP said that comments from Jeremy Hunt that equated Northern Ireland veterans with IRA terrorists were “outrageous”.
Tory MP Alok Sharma said he supported Boris Johnson's pledge to deliver an Australian-style points-based immigration system.
He declined to rule out suspending Parliament in order to force through Brexit by the October 31 deadline.