The right-wing eurosceptic leader claims British Muslims are conflicted in their loyalties between their country and “elements” in their religion.
The prime minister urged international leaders to agree a new plan to target ISIS in Syria.
Prominent buildings and monuments across the UK were illuminated in blue, white, and red in honour of the victims of Friday’s attack.
Hoaxes and bad information are circulating online in the aftermath of the Paris attacks.
Security has been increased across the UK, while border controls are being tightened in several European countries.
The prominent ISIS member has been a high-priority target since appearing as the terror organization’s notorious on-camera killer.
“When you look at the overwhelming mandate Corbyn has, I don’t think his opponents within the party are the moderates,” said one MP.
The prime minister is angry about cuts to services in his Oxfordshire constituency.
“I am so happy to see David Cameron doing in the UK what I want to do for France,” said Marine Le Pen.
A 66-year-old man is the first person to be arrested as part of the investigation into the events of January 1972.
“Hopefully it’ll be a reminder of when UK politics changed forever. If not, a reminder of what might have been.”
The former foreign secretary called on the Labour leader to provide a strong opposition on issues such as Scotland and the EU.
The battle for the future of one of Jeremy Corbyn’s aides is a proxy war for control of the party.
Fahad Bilal and Akeela Ali were caught in the Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush and have now been banned from “coming within the M25” for eight weeks.
Corbyn has used Prime Minister’s Questions to ask questions from real people. But BuzzFeed News has learned that on Wednesday he quoted the BNP’s former lead man in Northern Ireland.
Downing Street announced Wednesday it is suspending flights to and from Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh airport following a Russian jet crash Saturday. All 224 people on board died.
Theresa May has confirmed the browsing history of UK internet users will now be available without a warrant, although most interception will require the approval of a judge.
David Cameron’s spokesperson said “you can’t put a timescale” on a Commons vote for RAF strikes inside Syria.
The House of Commons public accounts committee chair told senior Whitehall officials it was “staggering” that questions weren’t being asked about the charity some time before its collapse.
Someone in No. 10 quickly changed their mind about the Facebook picture.