Ukip’s popularity is testament to British tolerance, says Alan Tyers. Where else would such half-baked views be granted so much airtime?
While he is proud of his country and all it has given the world, St George’s Day always makes Chas Early feel slightly uneasy.
The papers report on rifts at the top of the Conservative Party over the EU referendum, and what the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader will mean for the party.
PC Thom Finnikin said Mark Slender’s attempts ‘to bring drug dealing into the 21st century’ ultimately led to his arrest after his card reader revealed he had made almost £12,000 worth of transactions.
The 74-year-old astrophysicist expressed concerns about contacting alien life in his latest documentary, but said that he is ‘more convinced than ever’ that there is intelligent life on other planets.
Pensioner Barbara Cox had been hanging her washing out when two seagulls attacked her. She wants the council to discourage residents from feeding the gulls.
First Officer Christiaan van Heijst has captured active storms, the Northern Lights and beautiful pictures of the stars across the world while his colleagues are behind the aircraft's controls.
Nestle said the toffee would be replaced by a new Honeycomb Crunch to celebrate the chocolate's 80th birthday after customers said that the selection contained too many toffees.
The Department for Transport proposals would lead to more than 300,000 cars registered between 1960 and 1977 being considered as classics, including Ford Cortinas and Vauxhall Vivas.
A selection of famous statues in London, Manchester and Glasgow were all spotted dressed in denim this week - but why?
More than 1,000 items including seats from the supersonic jet and a scale model of Concorde signed by the aircraft's very first pilot Andre Turcat will be sold at auction in Toulouse.
Paul Standerwick was embarking on a family holiday to Boston when he was bitten by insects on his flight to America. He said some of his bites were as large as 50p pieces.
The Deal or No Deal presenter is turning his talents towards motivational speaking – for pets. The TV veteran says he wants to make our ‘precious chums’ feel ‘important and appreciated’.
The hedgehog called Russet had 26 markers attached to his spines as part of a study by Nottingham Trent University into the abundance of hogs in Southwell, Nottinghamshire.