The ex-Tory leadership contender said he felt "free" since defecting to the Liberal Democrats.
Sajid Javid has backed Boris Johnson's call for a pre-Christmas general election, saying the government has been "left with no choice".
Ex-superintendent Leroy Logan said tackling the "tidal wave" of people risking their lives to enter the UK is "not just a policing issue".
An EU decision is expected today outlining if, and crucially for how long, a Brexit delay may be granted, which could influence an election.
Residents of private tower blocks with flammable cladding have told talkRADIO they are facing rising costs to remove and replace it.
The Prime Minister has said he will give MPs more time to debate his Brexit deal if they agree to a general election on December 12.
A Passport Office worker has admitted stealing 30 photographs of girls from applications and making indecent images of children.
Two Liverpool fans were left red-faced after travelling to the wrong Belgian city and missing their side's Champions League match on Wednesday.
A London-wide police ban on Extinction Rebellion protests was "wholly uncertain, an abuse of power and irrational", High Court judges have heard.
The broadcasting watchdog said the BBC needs "bolder plans" to tackle falling views among young people.
An HGV driver said he was "shocked but not surprised" at the discovery of a lorry in Essex containing 39 dead bodies.
The rate of increase in the number of child sex offences reported to police has fallen to its lowest level in four years.
The 39 individuals found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex were all Chinese nationals, it has emerged.
James Ellington has been criticised for joking that he wanted to change gender and "break all the women's British sprint records".
The Conservative Party is reportedly in disagreement over whether Boris Johnson should call a general election before Christmas.
A 25-year-old man, named in reports as Mo Robinson from Co Armagh, Northern Ireland, remains in custody after 39 bodies were discovered.
A trailer carrying 39 people who were found dead had travelled from Zeebrugge into Purfleet, Essex, and docked in the Thurrock area.
The Liberal Democrat has defended Parliament and said the PM "should have known" MPs would refuse his bid to fast-track Brexit legislation.
Shane O'Brien slashed the neck of 21-year-old Josh Hanson at a west London bar before fleeing the UK in a private plane.
News of the discovery of 39 dead bodies in a lorry in Thurrock, Essex, this morning has dominated Prime Minister's Questions.
Louis Barrett and Bradley Garrett have been sentenced for the hate crime against a Korean university student in Brighton two years ago.
Essex police have said 39 people have been pronounced dead with "early indications" suggesting 38 are adults and one is aged in their teens.
The Conservative MP has said that the a "revised timetable" to debate the Brexit Bill could be achieved if the DUP is onside.
Number 10 has said an election is "the only way the country can move on" if the EU offers to extend the Brexit deadline until the new year.
The climate change group said the £37 million Scotland Yard have spent policing their protests this year was a "bargain".
Joe Achilles was fined more than £600 and given six points on his licence for filming himself driving at nearly 100mph on a Derbyshire road.
The judge told 33-year-old Joseph O'Malley to "find some work" as he handed the protester a £750 fine for the "senseless vandalism".
Policing a climate change protest - which began on October 7 - cost Scotland Yard £21 million, a bill set to rise by several million pounds.
The Labour MP has said there "might well be a revolution" if John Bercow decides not to step down as Speaker on October 31 as promised.
The European Council president tweeted that the UK's request to extend Article 50 should be treated "in all seriousness".
The government could introduce green number plates to promote zero-emission cars - but the opposition has labelled the plans a "gimmick".
The legal bid will look at whether it was lawful to revoke the British citizenship of IS bride Shamima Begum.
Iain Duncan Smith has urged MPs to "go round the clock" after many criticised Boris Johnson's fast-track schedule for Brexit debate.
Boris Johnson will attempt to fast-track Brexit legislation through the Commons in a final bid to take Britain out of the EU by October 31.
George King-Thompson has been sentenced to six months' custody after the building's owners brought legal proceedings against him.
The Bill's purpose is to turn Boris Johnson's Withdrawal Agreement - a draft international treaty agreed with the EU - into UK law.
Sue and Noel Radford had their first child 30 years ago and now have 11 sons and 10 daughters, with another baby due next April.
The Conservative MP said a decision on a Brexit deal should be made by the government and the EU - not Parliament.
The Tory MP said the Benn Act - designed to block a no-deal Brexit - will no longer apply if MP's back Boris Johnson's deal.
The Office for National Statistics predicts that Britain's population will reach 69.4 million within a decade, and pass 70 million by 2031.
John Longworth said he can't imagine a "better outcome" than Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, in contrast to Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.
The former Lib Dem leader said support has increased for putting a Brexit deal back to the people in a second referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn says PM' Brexit deal is "defeated" as MPs react to the postponement of the vote on the agreement until next week.
The latest from historic “Super Saturday” sitting in Parliament where MPs will vote on the new deal to take Britain out of the EU.
The Home Secretary has praised Boris Johnson's "tremendous leadership" as she urged MPs to back his Brexit deal in the Commons tomorrow.
Police are seeking to ban Tommy Robinson from England football matches at home and abroad after footage showed him "swinging" at a fan.
The family of a six-year-old allegedly thrown from the Tate Modern's tenth floor confirmed he is now out of intensive care.
Partygoers will gather at a beach near Amsterdam to wave goodbye to Britain on October 31.
Five Extinction Rebellion protesters are due to appear in court today following disruption to London's transport network on Thursday.
The Foreign Secretary accused the Labour Party of trying to "exploit" Brexit for "political purposes".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman said the Prime Minister had "not honoured the pledges" he made to the party within his new Brexit deal.
The Independent MP slated the party for focusing on one policy - to stop Brexit.