Mims Davies, the MP for Eastleigh has been announced as the new Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport after Tracey Crouch resigned over delays to restrictions on fixed-odds betting machines.
Housing secretary James Brokenshire has responded to a video circulating in which a group of people burn a model of Grenfell Tower
Eamonn Holmes and Liz Kershaw were joined with a woman who was burned by a firework at a local celebration
A video clip appeared on social media of a model of Grenfell Tower being burned while those filming it laugh. Dany Cotton and Diane Abbott, as well as survivors' groups, condemned the incident
The Mayor of London has warned it could take a generation to turn the tide of violent crime after four fatal stabbings in the capital in less than a week.
The author of a new report which claims there are 75,000 Russian informants in London has claimed the capital city is a "key battleground" for the Kremlin.
A former soldier and military historian has claimed that Britain would 'probably lose' if a war broke out tomorrow.
Channel 4 newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy said Arron Banks was incorrect in his assessment of Channel 4 being 'fake news'
Downing Street has released a statement saying the Prime Minister and Irish Premier had agreed the backstop should “only be a temporary arrangement”, but Leo Varadkar said he would not accept a Brexit deal which gives the UK unilateral power to halt the backstop.
Human Rights Barrister Adam Wagner has said that Brexit has people “frothing at the mouth” from both sides of the vote, as 1,400 senior lawyers sign a letter calling for MPs to back a second EU referendum.
Mike Graham's co-host Katie Perrior has criticised Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle's comments that Labour should buy back housing sold under the Right to Buy scheme
Conservative MP David Davies has said the problem of adult refugee ‘students’ is going to be fairly common because they have a “vested interest” in pretending to be young.
The health secretary, Matt Hancock, has said that people need to take "greater personal responsibility" for managing their own health.
A Labour frontbencher and top Jeremy Corbyn ally has been reported to Parliament's standards watchdog over her son's drugs arrest.
Transport expert Christian Wolmar has said that spending money on roads instead of railways is “pouring money down the drain”, after Chancellor Philip Hammond announced last Monday a new £28.8 billion fund to improve the UK’s road infrastructure and build new ones.
Leading plastic surgeons are calling on the government to introduce graphic warnings on firework packaging, with the number of patients attending A&E due to related injuries more than doubling in recent years.
Julia Hartley-Brewer has said that people understand the effect “a kebab and cigarettes” has on their health and still make that choice, as the Health Secretary announces a new prevention strategy for areas such as smoking and obesity.
Robert Halfon MP has said that “a mass conveyor belt of people going to university” is wrong and the Government should be investing in skills.
Sir William Cash has said that the British people are “fed up” with “Remoaners threatening to try and unwind this deal”, after MPs have been urged to vote down an deal on the EU and call for another Brexit referendum.
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has attacked a proposed deal with the European Union as an “absolute stinker” and called on MPs to reject it.
Lord Adonis and several others have said the BBC is wrong to have Arron Banks on the Andrew Marr show after he was referred to the National Crime Agency over Brexit donations
The Taoiseach of Ireland Leo Varadkar has said the lack of agreement over a workable Irish Border solution for Brexit is 'fraying relationships' between the UK and Ireland
An ITV commissioning editor has apologised after he dressed as a Saudi executioner at a Halloween bash following the death of journalist, Jamal Khashoggi.
The former politician has claimed that the £20bn of funding announced for the NHS will "last about 10 minutes".
A man who sent a hoax "anthrax" letter to the Prime Minister has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
A Sony employee who was present when a knife fight broke out at the company's Kensington headquarters this morning recalled café staff "covered in blood".
The co-author of a report which suggests children and adolescents account for nearly half of A&E attendances for sporting injuries, has claimed PE should be taken less seriously in schools.
Residents of flats overlooked by the Tate Modern have gone to the High Court to try and stop “hundreds of thousands of visitors” looking into their homes from the art gallery’s viewing platform.
A spokesperson for the Prime Minister has said if David Cameron wants to return to politics then that is "entirely a matter for him".
Former South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright will not face any charges in relation to an allegation he lied to MPs about his knowledge of the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal.
The Bank of England has said that a prominent UK scientist will feature on its new £50 note, and are calling on the public to put forward nominations.
A Sinn Fein MP has accused Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab of "running away" from people living in a border town during his visit to Northern Ireland.
A spokesperson for the Centre of Policy Studies has said the Conservatives have a problem with perception not policy, after a new study reveals the majority of young people support Thatcherism.
Firearms officers are at the scene of an incident in central London amid reports a man with a machete has entered a building belonging to Sony Music.
Fairer Gambling Campaigner Matt Zarb-Cousin has said that the proposal to reduce the amount people are able to stake on fixed-odds betting machines stops them losing their “whole rent in one session”.
Headteacher Chris Dunne has said more money is being spent on poorer students, "simply because they are staying involved" in education.
Former Home Office Amber Rudd was failed by her officials during the row over immigration policy that led to her resignation as home secretary.
Criminal Barrister Osman Osman has said that if it is found that Arron Banks has done “nothing wrong” then it raises questions as to why the case has been referred to the National Crime Agency.
Carolyn Harris, the chair of the fixed odds betting terminals all party parliamentary group has said that Tracey Crouch was a “principled woman” and a “huge loss” to the Government.
The Prime Minister said she was "disappointed" to receive Tracey Crouch's resignation, but added that the former sports minister "should be proud" of her work.
Sport minister Tracey Crouch has resigned over delays to cut fixed-odds betting from £100 to £2 a time.
Gender Justice Specialist Natalie Collins has said hundreds walking out of Google are calling to an end to “pay and opportunity inequality” because pay structures tell women, they “value men more than women”.
Four men who groomed girls in Huddersfield have been jailed after being found guilty of various sexual offences
A US politician has faced backlash from a UK council after it used an image of a village in Essex in a campaign advert as an example of what “foreclosures, unemployment and economic recession” would look like if they voted for the opposition.
Former Airline Pilot Terry Tozer has said that it is a “basic principle” that people should not be allowed to fly if they are drunk, after the Home Office launched a review into alcohol being served in airports.
The man accused of gunning down 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue has pleaded not guilty to federal charges that could put him on death row.
Downing Street and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier have rejected reports that a tentative deal has been reached on services and the exchange of data
Journalist Andre Walker has said that Waitrose knew their Magazine Editor was joking in an email where he said there should be “a series on killing vegans”, but the supermarket is “too afraid of twitter trolls”.
Crispin Blunt tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the UK could look to follow in Canada's footsteps and fully legalise cannabis, as the product is made legal for medical purposes
Gisela Stuart, the former chair of Vote Leave warned Labour MPs that voting for Theresa May’s Chequers deal was “dangerous” for the party and that “even established parties could be wiped out”.
The former police officer claimed that public confidence in the police had "plummeted" and that people had "all but given up" on them.
Arron Banks and others associated with the Leave.EU campaign have been referred by the Electoral Commission to the National Crime Agency for alleged criminal offences around donations
The Conservative MP claimed Britain is heading for a Brexit deal which is "an awful lot worse than Chequers".
Lord Jeffrey Archer tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he thinks the Conservatives could lose the next election