Volunteers gathered at the Home Office immigration centre in Croydon as unaccompanied minors arrived in the UK on Sunday.
Interim leader Nigel Farage says he will not be voting for Evans, who was previously suspended from the party for disloyalty.
Lineker has been engaged in a spat over child refugees with the newspaper, one of the partners of the National Television Awards.
Five people were taken to hospital and 21 people were treated at the scene, London Fire Brigade said.
An accumulation of issues in the health service could hit nursing harder than ever, according to the Royal College of Nursing’s annual labour market review.
The Sunday Times has published a previously unseen column written by Johnson before he backed the Leave campaign in which he set out the case for Britain staying in the EU.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service and Mumsnet are leading the latest call for the Home Office to stop anti-abortion activists from intimidating women outside abortion clinics.
An image of a clown performer was wrongly attributed to clown-sighting incidents in the US, and he says he has received death threats as a result.
Education secretary Justin Greening said there would be “no naming and shaming”, signalling a major U-turn from the original plans for businesses to publish how many non-Brits they employed.
Jeremy Corbyn had not informed PLP leaders of his plans to change the jobs of his top team – handing out promotions to Diane Abbott, Shami Chakrabarti, and Keir Starmer.
“We are learning all the time,” CEO Nick Beighton said in a statement following a BuzzFeed News investigation.
“I defend the right to freedom of speech, but I would just like it away from clinic doors,” a spokesperson for sexual and reproductive health service Marie Stopes told BuzzFeed News.
The online fashion giant wrote to staff detailing changes after a BuzzFeed News investigation uncovered serious complaints from workers about working practices.
“So nice to see ‘Little Simon’ again.”
The prime minister has given a timeline for Britain’s formal exit from the European Union for the first time since the referendum.
The blueprint for negotiations for leaving the EU has been called “laughable,” “outrageously thick,” and “absolute fantasy”.
The government says it will no longer reassess benefit claimants who suffer from chronic illnesses.