The BBC has defended itself after tweets from an imam who questioned the Tory leadership candidates during a televised debate were revealed.
Richard Benyon said Rory Stewart is the only leadership candidate “telling the difficult truth about Brexit”.
Tobias Ellwood has said that leadership hopeful Rory Stewart will “stand up and challenge” frontrunner Boris Johnson.
Climate scientists have said the submarine with the publicly-chosen moniker Boaty McBoatface has been successful in its maiden mission.
He renewed calls for Labour to back a second referendum, saying "our future doesn't need to be Brexit".
Rory Stewart is the only leadership hopeful talking sense, according to Conservative MP Dominic Grieve.
The business leader has thrown his support behind Boris Johnson, saying he has the best chance to beat “horrible man” Jeremy Corbyn.
The deputy Lib Dem leader has brushed off historic tweets from Chuka Umunna attacking the party.
The health secretary said it was "increasingly clear" the party needed a candidate to deal with the "unique circumstances that exist now".
The Tory MP said it was time to "fulfil the wishes" of the British public on Brexit.
The Tory MP said the comedian's joke about throwing battery acid at politicians was “tasteless”, but stopped short of demanding the BBC sack her.
The European Research Group member said she did not trust "anyone from the current cabinet" to become Tory leader.
The politician dismissed criticism that Boris Johnson is hiding from the media during the early stages of his leadership campaign.
The Liberal Democrat leader said it was important for the public to "verify" their stance on Brexit.
The Tory leadership contender said he would "bust a gut" in Brexit negotiations in order to win the support of MPs.
The former Tory leader has defended Boris Johnson’s controversial plans to raise the 40 per cent tax threshold from £50k to £80k.
The editor of an Islamic current affairs website has claimed protests by parents against LGBT lessons have been "misrepresented".
The Treasury Select Committee chair said Jeremy Corbyn could end up in Downing Street if the next Tory leader doesn't pursue a deal with the EU.
A judge has issued a fresh injunction against protesters demonstrating against LGBT relationship education at a primary school in Birmingham.
Broadcaster Ian Wright has said that the Women’s FIFA World Cup “does not need” male pundits.
Parents protesting over a primary school teaching about LGBT relationships are “misinformed”, a pro-LGBT campaigner has said.
Sadiq Khan has revealed the block of flats that were destroyed in a fire yesterday were already on City Hall’s radar before the blaze.
Jeremy Hunt’s belief that the legal limit for abortion should be reduced from 24 weeks to 12 is “staggering”, according to the British Pregnancy Advisory Service.
The Liberal Democrat leader has said that the Peterborough by-election was the Brexit Party’s “big opportunity” and they failed to win.
Ann Widdecombe said the Brexit Party's loss to Labour in the by-election isn't "the end".
Football fans who saw England supporters face off against police in Portugal said it was “embarrassing to be English” after a second night of violence.
The politician said she was "absolutely" going to stay in the race, as two contenders drop out in quick succession.
Labour’s Emily Thornberry has said that the US president “does not deserve a state visit”.
The cross-bench peer slammed the Labour leader for his plans to take part in an anti-Trump protest today.
The Tory MP said London mayor Sadiq Khan “demeans his office” and "the nation” by speaking ill of Donald Trump.
The ex-universities minister is the thirteenth Tory MP to announce a leadership bid.
The justice secretary revealed that he is backing Rory Stewart as Conservative leader.
The anti-Brexit campaigner said negativity directed towards him was a result of Brexiteers perceiving him as a "threat".
The Tory MP said Conservative Party leadership hopefuls should “think very carefully" about whether they have a serious chance of winning.
Comedian John Cleese is “trying to defend the indefensible”, according to Labour MP Dawn Butler.
Tory leadership hopeful Esther McVey has said that the new Brexit deadline of October 31 is “cast in stone” as far as she is concerned.
Former Liberal Democrat cabinet minister Sir Ed Davey has ruled out a coalition with both Labour and the Conservative Party if he becomes the new party leader.
Iain Duncan Smith has described the court case in which Boris Johnson will face accusations of misconduct in public office as “ludicrous”.
The junior Brexit minister James Cleverly has become the eleventh contender to join the Conservative Party leadership race.
Health secretary Matt Hancock has described the Brexit Party as a “protest movement”, after the party won 29 seats in the European elections last week.
The chairman of the Conservative Muslim Forum has said that he will resign from the party if Boris Johnson becomes the next party leader.
The justice secretary has said that he is not Boris Johnson’s “obvious voter” after the former foreign secretary put his name forward to be the next Tory leader.
The Liberal Democrat leader has said that a coalition between his party and Labour is “completely inconceivable” while Jeremy Corbyn is still leader.
It would be a “catastrophe” if Boris Johnson became Prime Minister, Alastair Campbell has said.
Conservative MP Ed Vaizey has said that he will not “take part in this hypocrisy fest” around Theresa May’s resignation.
One of the constant critics of outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May has called her resignation “a very sad occasion”.
The Conservative MP said he was sceptical that the Prime Minister will announce her resignation date today.
The former attorney general said a second referendum would give the country a "way out" of the Brexit impasse.
Few of the Tory MPs considering a bid for the leadership have the “qualities” to be prime minister, according to Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
Topshop boss Sir Philip Green grabbed women’s breasts, slapped their bottoms and grabbed their thighs, a peer has claimed.