Katie Perrior says it is "ridiculous" to suspend Mr Phillips for remarks he made about Pakistani Muslim men sexually abusing children.
Julia discusses Sadiq Khan's 'patronising' tweet and why she struggles to see Meghan Markle as an "icon of feminism".
Boris Johnson is expected to say that he is “confident the British people are ready to play their part in that” in tackling the outbreak.
D’Adrien Anderson, 24, opened and licked a tub of ice cream before returning it to the supermarket freezer as part of a viral online joke.
The former Home Secretary was due to speak at Oxford University for International Women’s Day but was cancelled just half an hour before.
Supporters have said Priti Patel is an "assertive" leader who “never crossed a line” as she continues to face allegations of bullying.
It has been announced that MPs will receive a pay rise of 3.1 per cent from April this year, taking their basic pay from £79,468 to £81,932.
The Conservatives have been accused of dealing with Islamophobia with “denial, dismissal and deceit” as more than 300 claims are made.
Sharn Miles (20) and 19-year-old Ty Blake shot James Teer in the face at point-blank range on the evening of August 8 last year.
BBC boss Lord Hall has said he believes the licence fee is here to stay, despite ideas to replace it with a subscription service.
The former president of the Faculty of Public Health has accused the government of wasting time in its response to coronavirus.
Train companies, airlines and coach firms are stepping up to help stranded Flybe passengers after the airline went bust this morning.
Tory MP Peter Bone has proposed a “United Kingdom Day” to be held on the Friday nearest June 23 – the anniversary of the 2016 EU referendum.
The PM and labour leader clashed over bullying during PMQs as Mr Corbyn called for an independent inquiry into the conduct of Priti Patel.
The talkRADIO breakfast show host has challenged an obesity campaigner over the assertion that the condition is a “shared responsibility”.
The Labour peer said Boris Johnson’s administration had struck the right balance between “being open with the country and at the same time not causing the country to panic”.
Two police officers have been accused of dangerous driving and misconduct after crashing while responding to the Streatham terror attack.
The Labour incumbent has launched his bid for a second term as London Mayor, citing housing, violent crime and air quality as priorities.
The shadow home secretary said Ms Patel should resign from the Cabinet while an investigation into bullying allegations takes place.
It was the first death since Turkey announced "the gates are open" to Europe in a U-turn from its agreement with the EU to hold refugees.
The former Conservative MP and special adviser defends the Home Secretary after the dramatic resignation of a top Home Office civil servant.
Richard Ratcliffe has said his wife is "desperate" to get tested for the Covid-19 virus but claims Iranian authorities will not allow it.
The International Trade Secretary has said "both sides are very committed" to reaching an agreement as the UK revealed its negotiation aims.
A dangerous driver, ironically called Astin Martin, has been handed a lengthy ban after reaching more than three times the speed limit.
Canada not pay for the couple's protection when they step down as working royals and embark on a "financially independent" life on March 31.
Tens of thousands of schoolchildren protesting climate change have braved the rain in Bristol to join a march alongside Greta Thunberg.
Julia Hartley-Brewer came to blows with the Green Party's Caroline Russell this morning when challenging her on renewable energy policy.
John Holland-Kaye said stopping the third runway would be "taking back control with one hand and giving it to the French with the other”.
Immigration from outside the EU has hit 379,000, the highest since records began in 1975, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The UK has set out its Brexit trade stance but said if no progress is made by June, it may have to focus on no deal preparations instead.
Judges have ruled that the government did not give enough consideration into the environmental impact when it backed Heathrow expansion.
Caroline Healy called for more leadership from the government over floods, but admitted that does not necessarily mean a visit from the PM.
The ex-Chancellor explains why he felt forced to quit Cabinet, making an apparent jibe at senior Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings.
The Labour leader has slated the PM for having his "head in the sand in a mansion in Kent" rather than visiting flood-hit communities.
The former Brexit Secretary has claimed Britain has the upper hand in trade negotiations, as officials begin drawing battle lines.
A lawyer has called for reporting of abuse allegations to be made compulsory by law after a report found politicians turned "a blind eye".
Yorkshire Tea was targeted in a frenzy of "furious accusations" and "rage" after the new Chancellor posted a picture with its teabags.
The London mayoral candidate has promised stop and search as well as a "second chance fund" to make streets safer in the capital.
The Labour Mayor said he wrote to all leadership hopefuls weeks ago urging them to reach out to northern cities but has not had any replies.
The Labour peer has urged for an elected element in the House of Lords to make members more accountable amid criticism of rising expenses.
Labour activist Lucy Masoud has criticised a pledge signed by some of the party’s leadership hopefuls over transgender rights.
The security minister has defended the Home Secretary amid claims of bullying and distrust at the Home Office.
Six rapists have received the latest sentences in a Huddersfield inquiry into child sexual exploitation that has so far convicted 34 men.
Angela Merkel has vowed to stand up to the "poison" of racism after a man shot and killed nine people in the German city last night.
Marking 120 years of the party, the former PM said Labour was "in crisis" as he urged leadership hopefuls to listen to the public.
The Labour leader said Boris Johnson had shown his “true colours” not having visited communities as over 100 flood warnings remain in place.
Protests against the HS2 project have continued today, despite the government appointing a minister specifically responsible for the scheme.
Priti Patel defended Boris Johnson after rap artist Dave labelled him a “real racist” in his politically charged Brit Awards performance.
The former Brexit Party MEP criticised the Mayor’s suggestion that Remain-supporting Londoners keep their EU rights as “gesture politics”.
The Home Secretary said this system will “do what it says on the tin”, end free movement and bring overall migration numbers down.
Mike Graham clashes former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett over Extinction Rebellion's recent "vandalism" at Cambridge University.
The actor, who has faced a backlash online for his views on the "woke religion", told Dan Wootton: “I don’t really know what to expect".
Extinction Rebellion's Cambridge branch dug up the lawn of the university's Trinity College to protest its links to oil and gas companies.
Huw Merriman has accused government aides of a "vendetta" against the BBC after reports that Downing Street may scrap the licence fee.
The Mayor of London has shown support for "all gender identities" as he marked LGBT History Month with a tweet that sparked debate online.