Green Party MP Caroline Lucas has proposed an all female cabinet to form a "government of national unity" and prevent a no-deal Brexit.
Social media has been inundated with conspiracy theories following the death of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
The Prime Minister has ordered an urgent review of sentencing which could see violent criminals serving more of their sentence in prison.
Donald Trump has promised the NRA he will not ignore the gun lobby’s ‘strong views’ about the right to bear arms.
Specialist officers are investigating after James Teer was killed in a drive-by shooting in Birmingham.
A former banker turned Extinction Rebellion protester has faced court for his role in the April mass demonstrations.
Thirty migrants attempted to enter the UK by crossing the English Channel in four small boats, including a kayak.
Chancellor Sajid Javid has maintained the fundamentals of the British economy were “strong” despite the worst figures in seven years.
The family of 28-year-old PC Outten said they are "incredibly proud" of the bravery he showed after he was stabbed with a machete.
Several potential bidders have expressed an interest in buying Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff, its administrators have said.
Two people have been warned they face jail after admitting accessing CCTV footage of the post-mortem examination of footballer Emiliano Sala.
The Spiked Online editor slammed a new UN report calling for consumers to switch to more plant-based diets.
The Brexit Party MEP said her party existed to hold politicians to account, and "return faith in the democratic system".
The Labour leader has urged a top civil servant to block Boris Johnson from pushing through a no-deal Brexit if an election is called.
A voice recording of the mother of a British girl missing in Malaysia has been played in dense forest near where she disappeared on Sunday.
Muhammed Rodwan will appear in court charged with attempted murder after a policeman was stabbed in the head in Leyton, east London.
Mark Spencer said he was 'hacked' after an unintelligible tweet was posted along with an image of a cat.
The Prime Minister announced plans for a fast-track visa pathway for foreign scientists in a bid to boost the UK’s research sector post-Brexit.
The Firefighters’ union accused the government of slashing funding despite a nine per cent increase in the number of fires across England.
Police have been told not to penalise those who say they are a victim of harassment after a teenager was murdered by her stalker.
A Falklands War veteran has been jailed for 24 weeks for sending “threatening” tweets to former Conservative MP Heidi Allen.
The teenager accused of throwing a six-year-old boy from the Tate modern viewing platform appeared at the Old Bailey today.
Network Rail has paid out £28,000 to a passenger who “possibly slipped” on pigeon poo and hurt their leg at Paddington station.
Police investigating false claims of a paedophile ring spent £4,670 on trip to Australia to confirm an alleged murder victim was alive.
Hundreds of music fans have descended on north London's most famous zebra crossing to recreate a Beatles' album cover.
Lib Dem Christine Jardine said a "large section" of Scotland would struggle to forgive Labour if it allowed a second independence vote.
A mother has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that shows like Peaky Blinders contribute to the "negative imagery" influencing youngsters.
The ex-Foreign Secretary said a general election after October 31 would be pointless.
Knife possession offences committed by women and girls in England have risen by at least 10 per cent each year since 2014.
A police officer is in a critical condition after being stabbed a number of times with a machete in a "sudden and brutal attack" in east London.
The Royal Mint said it produced no new one and two pence coins last year for the first time in decades.
A former public servant who was fired after she posted tweets critical of the Australian government has lost a High Court case over her sacking.
Former Met Police Chief Superintendent Dal Babu said police play a 'very small part in terrorism'
John Edward Dugdale is jailed for 16 months for inflicting "horrific injuries" to 80-year-old Paul Eva.
A canary found flying loose in a Plymouth park has been nicknamed after new Prime Minister Boris Johnson due to his "bouffant of golden hair".
The airline said it had fixed a glitch that led to more than 100 flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports being cancelled.
The Labour MP accused the election watchdog of being "one-sided" after it fined leave campaigner Darren Grimes £20,000.
He met with US leaders Donald Trump and vice president Mike Pence in Washington.
The talkRADIO host got in a heated debate with a campaigner calling on the government to introduce a tax on companies that produce high-calorie food.
The website has repeatedly been used by suspects in mass shootings to spread their "manifestos" and reasons for carrying out such attacks.
The Tory MP told talkRADIO that an alliance between the two parties in an effort to oust Boris Johnson would be "ridiculous".
Labour's shadow chancellor said his party would not block a second vote on Scottish independence in a bid to get the SNP on side.
A 51-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an assault on a police medic during a 'Free Tommy' protest at the weekend.
Thousands of people in the Derbyshire town were forced to evacuate their homes last Thursday over fears a damaged dam wall could burst.
Shahid Mohammed has been jailed for life for murdering five children and three adults in an arson attack in Huddersfield in 2002.
A group of 70 politicians have launched legal action to prevent Boris Johnson suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Hundreds of kilograms of heroin with a value up to £40 million has been seized from a shipping container that docked in Suffolk.
The Metropolitan Police are looking to speak to two men in connection with an assault on a police medic during a Tommy Robinson protest.
Amazon has responded to a privacy furore by giving users the option to prevent employees from listening to their private voice recordings.
The former Labour MP has been struck off as a solicitor for lying to avoid a speeding conviction.
The airline has faced condemnation after it asked a passenger to remove an image that showed a fellow flyer sitting in a backless seat.
A woman who says she was repeatedly raped by her partner has accused the CPS and Probation Service of "diabolical" failures.