A general election is set to be held on December 12 after MPs rejected an amendment aimed at changing the date of the PM's election plan.
The Lib Dem MP said calls to ban over-70s from voting are "extreme and unreasonable", but argued that the voting age should be lowered to 16.
The Royal Mint will re-date its special Brexit 50p after the EU agreed to extend the UK's withdrawal deadline for another three months.
The government has said it will end Operation Brock "as soon as possible" after Brussels granted a Brexit delay until January 31, 2020.
The 28-year-old man, and another Briton, 22, suffered serious injuries while snorkelling off the north-eastern coast of Australia.
Bristol City Council will discuss plans that could see diesel vehicles banned from the city centre from 7am to 3pm every day.
Chris Davies suggested that Brexiteers should not wear poppies, claiming the EU is essential for peace.
The former deputy PM said pulling the Withdrawal Agreement Bill after it secured a second reading was the "wrong decision".
The Labour MP says disgraced Labour member Keith Vaz should stand at the next election as he has made a “great contribution” to Parliament.
Boris Johnson is expected to once again ask MPs to support a December 12 election despite the measure being defeated on Monday night.
The Prime Minister has said he will put forward a "short Bill" to try again to get MPs to back having an election on December 12 after they rejected it this evening.
The man who was trapped at the top of Dixon's chimney in Carlisle for more than 12 hours was pronounced dead by paramedics at around 4.45pm.
The Labour MP is facing a six-month Commons suspension after he was found to have “expressed willingness” to buy cocaine for others.
Cumbria police are continuing a rescue mission after a man became stuck at the top of the 290ft Dixon's Chimney at 2.22am this morning.
A lorry driver accused of the manslaughter of 39 migrants was part of a “global ring” that smuggled people into the UK, a court has heard.
Nearly two million people have applied to register to vote in the past eight weeks, according to government figures.
Muhammed Al-Ali will serve at least 15 years in jail after attacking a man with "corrosive liquid", leaving him with life-changing injuries.
Campaigner Alastair Campbell accused the group's chairman Roland Rudd of "sabotage", after he reportedly fired two senior staff members.
The EU has accepted the UK’s request for a Brexit “flextension” until January 31 2020, European Council president Donald Tusk has said.
The MEP said Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan could leave Britain locked in a “never-ending transition”.
Boris Johnson may be successful in his bid for an early election if the European Union grants a Brexit extension until January 31.
The Brexit Party MEP said her party could help the government win a "thumping great majority" in an election.
A transgender man who has given birth but does not want to be described as "mother" on a birth certificate, is set to continue a legal battle.
The shadow home secretary has come to blows with fellow Labour MP Kate Hoey after saying she no longer represents the party.
In an exclusive interview with talkRADIO, the former PM revealed he was not the "world's greatest supporter" of Jeremy Corbyn.
The Duchess thanked delegates for letting Prince Harry "crash the party" and join her roundtable discussion on improving gender equality.
The pair from Warrington, Cheshire, have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and conspiracy to traffic people.
People's Vote campaigner Alastair Campbell has said Labour should not back Boris Johnson's "terrible idea" to hold a December 12 election.
EU ambassadors have reportedly agreed an extension is needed, and a diplomat said the length of the delay will be decided next week.
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.