A Labour MP faced suggestions he was a “misogynist bully boy” during a furious Commons clash with a Government minister.
A woman has called her husband “mad” after he spent more than £600 on a shop in preparation for a no-deal Brexit.
Donald Tusk has expressed EU solidarity with Ireland amid Brexit talks in Dublin.
Speaker John Bercow’s ruling that the Government cannot bring Theresa May’s Brexit deal back to Parliament without significant changes has driven a coach and horses through the Prime Minister’s plans.
Hundreds of mourners have left written and floral tributes to three teenagers who died following a crush outside a St Patrick’s Day disco.
Self-styled “yellow vest” protester James Goddard has denied calling MP Anna Soubry a “Nazi” and a “traitor” during a chaotic court hearing which resulted in the judge adjourning proceedings part-way through.
Almost one in three children lives with a parent suffering emotional distress – the highest proportion on record, data shows.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has signalled that ministers will continue to press on with Theresa May’s Brexit deal despite the Commons Speaker’s bombshell intervention.
Royal Mail is holding its first ever trial of e-Trikes, powered by a combination of solar, battery, pedal and brake technology.
Commons Speaker John Bercow has caused controversy by citing a 400-year-old rule which means Theresa May cannot bring her EU Withdrawal Agreement back before MPs unless it is substantially different from the one which was decisively defeated last week.
A wide-ranging review of transport laws could lead to electric scooters being allowed on UK roads for the first time.
The mother of a newborn baby discovered in the toilets of a hospital in Oxford has been found.
John Bercow comes under close scrutiny in the national newspapers as they give their views on his ruling over another vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Books of condolence are to be opened in memory of three teenagers who died following reports of a crush outside a St Patrick’s Day disco.
A petition that could unseat disgraced MP Fiona Onasanya, who was convicted for lying about a speeding offence, has opened to voters in her Peterborough constituency.
New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed never to speak the name of the alleged Christchurch gunman and said the person responsible would face the “full force of the law”.
A newborn baby boy has been found in the toilets of a hospital in Oxford.
John Bercow’s ruling over a third vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal dominates the front pages on Tuesday.
Breast cancer death rates will fall in the UK and across nearly all EU countries this year, a new study suggests.
Swapping your tulips for daffodils may help prevent damage to displays from hungry deer in the garden, horticultural experts have suggested.
A stigma remains around men seeking help if they are struggling to cope, a charity said, as a new campaign encouraging people to speak out was launched.
A desperate shortage of clinical oncologists in the NHS is likely to have a detrimental impact on cancer patients, a report has warned.
Theresa May will convene a meeting of her Cabinet after her Brexit plans were dealt a significant blow by the Commons Speaker.
British businesses will be able to trade freely with Iceland and Norway if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal under a new agreement announced by Liam Fox.
The RNLI reacted quickly to rescue a man who was struggling in the River Thames, pulling off the feat underneath Woolwich Pier.
Police have been given more time to question a man after a suspected terror attack in Surrey.
Fewer UK graduates joined the medical register last year than doctors who trained outside the country, figures show.
An MP has shared a letter from an 11-year-old girl who told him she has problems sleeping because she has to sleep on the floor of her family-of-seven’s one-bed council flat.
A woman who broke a Tesco worker’s back when she drove into her in a bid to escape after trying to steal from the supermarket has been jailed.
An English council has apologised after flying the Welsh flag on St Patrick’s Day.
A technical glitch on Barclaycard’s website meant that a “sexist” error message was displayed to a user.
Political leaders must consider what responsibility they might carry in allowing Islamophobia to thrive, a gathering at a London mosque has been told.