Paul Nuttall's website has been taken offline days after criticism for posts which wrongly claimed he lost close friends at HillsboroughRead the full story ›
There is growing pressure on the UKIP party leader Paul Nuttall after it was revealed claims he made about losing a close friend at Hillsborough were false.
Mr Nuttall has apologised, and said he hadn't read the claims on his website.
Meanwhile, UKIP's financial backer, the businessman Arron Banks, has been tweeting about it claiming the families have been milking the disaster and he describes it as an accident.
Our correspondent Elaine Willcox has tonight's top story.
Paul Nuttall has kept on a colleague who took the blame for a false claim he lost "close personal friends" in the Hillsborough disaster.Read the full story ›
Ukip donor Arron Banks has Tweeted a bizarre string of comments about the Hillsborough disaster.
It comes after Ukip leader Paul Nuttall admitted that he didn't have close friends who died at the disaster.
Steve Kelly, who lost his brother Michael at the Hillsborough disaster said:
I'm appalled by Nuttall's comments. If he was there why didn't he support the campaigning for answers.
I also finds Arron Banks's comments hugely offensive and ill informed.
At a time when the families of the victims are waiting to see whether the Crown Prosecution Service will prosecute those responsible, comments like these are not helpful
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has said he is very sorry over a false claim that he had lost close personal friends in the Hillsborough disaster.Read the full story ›
The Ukip leader has admitted a claim on his personal website that he lost "close personal friends" in the Hillsborough disaster is false.Read the full story ›
An internet troll has been jailed after making anti-Semitic death threats to a Labour MP, telling her she would "get it like Jo Cox".Read the full story ›
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has also insisted his party is unified after a "difference of opinion" over the Brexit vote.Read the full story ›
Labour will deliver a "Crossrail for the North" to help close the investment "gap" between the South and North, the shadow chancellor said.Read the full story ›