A heavily pregnant lady confronted a group of pro-life campaigners outside a Southwark surgery, leaving them lost for words.
Today is the launch of the capital’s new pay-as-you-go car rental scheme. ‘Boris Bikes’ have proved a hit with Londoner’s, and London now has plans for rent-a-car services in order to revolutionise the capital.
It’s the final Autumn Statement before the General Election, but George Osborne reveals ‘red warning lights are flashing over our economy’. Here is a Storify to illustrate the key points of Osborne’s speech.
With our ever-expanding array of social networks, most of our private moments are now becoming public; the new digital age is removing any right to privacy. But is online privacy dead? Or should we adapt our reasoning and no longer value privacy when we are online?
David Cameron has planned to put a benefits cap on EU immigrants arriving to the UK, and benefits can only be claimed four years after their arrival. But is Cameron costing the UK economically as these low-skill immigrants do jobs others refuse?
The Catholic Priest has warned that using Ouija boards over Christmas is the same as ‘going to some parts of Africa and saying i’m immune to Ebola, leaving people open to all kinds of spiritual dangers’.
Black Friday for some is a day of bargains, and a sign that Christmas is almost here, but for Wal-Mart employees, the day signifies protests against poor working conditions and low pay.
A High Court judge has ruled that Tory MP, Andrew Mitchell, did call police officer’s ‘plebs’ in a row outside Downing Street in 2012.
Ever sent a text on a night out and regretted it the morning after? New app, ‘Drunk Mode’, aims to stop you making that humiliating phone call to an ex, or uploading a hideous drunk selfie.
The home secretary, Theresa May, has today revealed plans for new police powers following the UK’s largest terrorism threat since 9/11.