Layla Moran said new Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson is leaving the door open to any disgruntled MPs who wish to defect to the party.
Seventeen people are being treated for injuries after two vehicles collided and then careened into a crowd during a car meet-up.
The former Labour chairman said unless Jeremy Corbyn stands down as leader the party will be “trashed” at the next election.
Two teenagers have been jailed after stabbing young man multiple times on a train in a "gang-related" attack.
Robert Jenrick urged ministers who chose not to vote with the government on a bill aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit to step down.
Columnist Rod Liddle has accused Boris Johnson of failing to offer anything new on Brexit should he win the leadership race.
Conservative MP Robert Buckland said the party needs a leader with the “charisma and campaigning ability of Boris Johnson”.
The outgoing Prime Minister has left it too late to complain about the lack of compromise in politics, according to her biographer Rosa Prince.
The Brexit Party MEP said the next Prime Minister has a "moral obligation" to leave with or without a deal.
The Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over their anti-racism records during a heated House of Commons debate.
The scientist is one of 67 Labour peers who took out a newspaper advert accusing the Labour Party of welcoming everyone “except Jews”.
The Conservative MP said Boris Johnson has made a “big mistake” by failing to rule out suspending Parliament in order to deliver Brexit.
Jean-Claude Juncker's potential successor has said she is willing to grant another extension to the Brexit deadline.
The London Mayor has rejected plans for a new tower dubbed the 'Tulip' that would have become the second-tallest building in western Europe.
Nigel Evans said Boris Johnson’s criticism of Donald Trump for tweets aimed at four US congresswomen should not hurt any future trade deal.
Conservative MP Alistair Burt has said if the Party gets Brexit wrong it will soon face the wrath of voters at a general election.
The Tory MP said the ability to "make people laugh" was not a desirable quality in the next inhabitant of Number 10.
A train passenger who stabbed a man 18 times after an argument has been found guilty of murder and jailed for life.
He is “ashamed” of the Church of England for its handling of child sexual abuse, but said he does not give accused bishops an “easy ride”.
A nursery worker who took photos of herself abusing toddlers is set to be released from prison.
He doubts he could remain in the Conservative Party should Boris Johnson win the leadership race.
The Jewish Leadership Council does not “have confidence that the correct action is being taken” on antisemitism allegations within Labour.
The Weatherspoon boss said he is hoping for a no-deal Brexit, as the EU is “becoming undemocratic”.
He has been jailed for contempt of court for broadcasting a video on social media featuring defendants in a criminal trial.
The Work and Pensions Secretary has dropped her opposition to a no-deal Brexit, saying she has "accepted" leaving the EU without a deal.
He said leaving the European Union without a deal would be “incredibly undemocratic”.
Professor Robert Winston has raised concerns over a partnership between Amazon’s Alexa device and the NHS.
Theresa May said Jeremy Corbyn should start tackling antisemitism allegations inside Labour before he criticises the government.
The free climber who scaled The Shard has apologised for any disruption he caused, but insisted the feat had a "philanthropic" purpose.
The Tory leadership contenders had differing views regarding Sir Kim Darroch's future as British ambassador to Washington.
The 93-year-old naturalist told Parliament's Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee climate change will bring "social unrest".
Sir Christopher Meyer said the source of a leak of private government emails should "think carefully" before divulging anything else.
The political activist is calling on Donald Trump to grant him "political asylum", as he faces a two-year prison sentence in the UK.
The Labour peer warned that Brexit, both with a deal or without, would be an "extreme policy".
A council that spent thousands of pounds to discourage children playing ball games has been accused of “total overkill”.
The Labour MP is hoping to use his parliamentary privilege to break gagging orders against staff who want to speak out about antisemitism.
Police have spoken to a man who was spotted climbing one of the tallest buildings in Europe this morning.
The Tory MP said the leak of private messages from Sir Kim Darroch to the UK government was a "betrayal" of the country.
Jess Phillips left her 10-year-old outside Number 10 as part of a demonstration against funding cuts forcing schools to close early.
The right to die campaigner said MPs are “scared” to give those in chronic pain access to assisted suicide.
The Labour MP slammed Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe for her debut speech comparing Brexit to slaves rising up “against their owners”.
Sir Bernard Jenkin believes leadership contender Boris Johnson can make people “feel good” about being British again.
Guy Verhofstadt slammed a speech by the MEP, which compared Brexit to slaves rising up against their owners.
Around 100 Tommy Robinson supporters are outside the Old Bailey where he is facing contempt of court charges today.
She believes Boris Johnson can successfully boost police numbers by 20,000 within three years if he becomes Prime Minister.
The Brexit Party leader has called for an overhaul of the political system and the abolition the House of Lords.
The brother of Labour's Jeremy Corbyn has come to his defence, after senior civil servants claimed the politician was "too frail" to be PM.
The group criticised the leadership frontrunner for his promise to stop increasing taxes on junk food if elected Prime Minister.
Liberal Democrat MEP Caroline Voaden denounced newly-elected Brexit Party MEPs for turning their backs to the European Parliament’s anthem.
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.
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.
He said the leadership frontrunner has a “clear” plan for leaving the European Union despite a gridlocked Parliament and an unmoving EU.