‘Homeless Hero’ Tony Long walked from London to Bristol to raise awareness about the impact mental health has on those who are homeless.
Jason Kneen received abuse after sharing a photo of his four-year-daughter Rosie, who has Down Syndrome, on social media.
Conservative MP Nigel Evans has said that he wants to see Theresa May step down as prime minister and a new leadership contest to take place “as soon as possible”.
Conservative MP David Davies has said that the climate change protests in London are stopping people from getting into London and “earning a daily crust”.
The former owner of Crystal Palace has said that there was “no reason” why Wayne Hennessey would not have known what he was doing after being pictured making a gesture similar to a Nazi salute.
A Gulf War veteran who flew a Union Jack flag in his garden says he has been ordered to take it down after a neighbour complained.
The Editor of the Jewish Chronicle has accused the shadow cabinet minister of “willingly lying” after he denied he had said Zionism was “the enemy of peace”.
A university drop-out has been found guilty of a knife attack on four police officers after they responded to a fake 999 call.
A Public Health England campaign featuring a texting cervix has been branded "unnerving" by women online.
A group of motorists have been felt with £13,000 worth of parking fines for overstaying the maximum limit in a supermarket car park.
The deputy chairman of the European Research Group has said that “naughty names” will not stop the ERG after Labour MP David Lammy defended comparing the group to the Nazi party.
The deputy leader of the Green Party has said that environmental protesters, who continue to disrupted traffic in London, are “ordinary people who need to be heard”.
The shadow women’s minister has defended fellow Labour MP David Lammy after he refused to back down for comparing the European Research Group to the Nazi party.
Activists from the group Extinction Rebellion have vandalised the offices of oil giant Shell during a day of protests across the capital.
Environmental protesters have threatened to bring London to a standstill as they attempt to disrupt some of the capital's busiest areas and force the government to declare a climate emergency.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that Theresa May stepping down as prime minister would not “make any difference” to the outcome of Brexit.
Andrew Bridgen, a member of the European Research Group, has described David Lammy as “not the sharpest tool in the box” after the Labour MP defended comparing the ERG to the Nazi party.
The former politician said jobs should be given to candidates based on merit alone, and not on "gender, sexual orientation, colour and age".
Political activist Ava Etemadzadeh condemned the Labour MP's comments defending the controversial whistleblower.
Labour MP Kate Hoey has accused Theresa May of running a “mini-dictatorship” and called for her to resign.
Nigel Farage has said that the European elections beginning on May 23 will be the “first step to attempting a political revolution”.
Conservative MP John Redwood has said he is “desperate” to get the money the UK sends to Brussels as part of its EU membership.
The politician claimed Julian Assange was being pursued because he "exposed wrongdoing" and not to protect "US national security".
The chairman of the European Research Group has said that he is concerned about the “Tommy Robinson-style” UKIP has adopted in the run up to the European elections.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman has said that a change in prime minister could provide a “different outcome” in the EU negotiations.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that Remain would have to be an option in a second referendum because “people in a democracy are allowed to change their minds”.
The education secretary has set up 12 Institutes of Technology across the country to “address the skill needs of businesses”.
Ian Blackford accused the two party leaders of cooking up a "backroom deal" by holding cross-party talks on Brexit.
Headteachers have been told consultation does not mean parents have the right to veto parts of the new relationships and sex education curriculum.
The member of the European Scrutiny Committee has said that the further extension of Article 50 is a “complete and total travesty of constitutional arrangements”.
The supermarket chain was accused of racism after labelling its dark chocolate ducks 'ugly' on packaging.
David Gauke has said the new divorce laws are “long overdue” as the justice secretary announced they were taking out “an element that drives up animosity”.
The former environment secretary has said that the prime minister should “move aside” ahead of Friday, so that the UK can leave the EU without a deal.
Former minister Priti Patel has condemned Theresa May’s cross-party approach to Brexit for giving “stature and credibility” to Jeremy Corbyn.
Lord Andrew Adonis, who supports a second referendum, has said that any deal Theresa May offers the Labour leader “is not worth the paper it is written on”.
A east London man who calmly told a 999 operator he had killed his wife has been found guilty of murder.
Julian Assange’s faces “legitimate fears” he will be extradited to the United States if he is forced to leave the Ecuadorian embassy, according to his advisor.
Pimlico Plumbers CEO Charlie Mullins has called on Theresa May to “walk away” and allow a new leader to negotiate a better deal to remain in the EU.
Telegraph columnist Charles Moore has accused BBC Question Time of having a pro-Remain bias after he pointed out during Thursday night’s panel that he was the only Leave-supporting guest.
Illusionist Uri Geller has claimed responsibility for the leak in the House of Commons on Thursday saying that he did it because he “cares about young people”.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that he has not “no desire to get rid of Theresa May” amid rumours that the Conservative ERG group are considering a no-confidence vote on the prime minister’s leadership.
Conservative MP Sir Bernard Jenkin has said that MPs in his party will not vote for a “Corbyn-Brexit” because they had already voted for Theresa May’s deal “through gritted teeth”.
Politicians should “think carefully” avoid inflaming the “incredibly febrile” atmosphere around Brexit, police chiefs have warned.
The mother of a severely disabled man forced to take part in a work assessment interview has said she feels “frustrated and penalised” by the benefits system.
Alastair Campbell, who has campaigned for a second referendum on any Brexit deal, has said that the Labour leader is aware that talks with Theresa May are “an obvious trap”.
The CEO of Fortnum & Mason has said the luxury retail brand is stockpiling “hundreds of thousands” of bottles of champagne to prepare for the prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
The soldiers filmed shooting at targets of Jeremy Corbyn were just “fooling around” according to a retired Army Colonel.
A so-called slip-and-trip fraudster has been given a suspended prison sentence after an insurance firm brought what is thought to be the first private prosecution of its kind in the UK.
A Labour MP has claimed that the arguments against giving teenagers the right to vote were also used in "times gone by" against women.
The Ministry of Defence are investigating after footage emerged of soliders shooting at a picture of the Labour leader.
The Conservative MP said it was "unbelievable" that the Prime Minister is working with the Labour leader to solve the Brexit impasse.
The Labour MP said it would not be easy for the Prime Minister and opposition leader to come to an agreement on Brexit.