A furious mother has hit back at medical advice to vaccinate children with the MMR jab before they start school, claiming doing so puts kids in danger.
Biba Tanya, a mother-of-three, criticised parents who "break the skin and shoot [their children] full of toxic adjuvants," claiming vaccinating your child is the worst possible thing you can do for their wellbeing.
This weekend marks 100 years since the end of World War One. A century has passed since the guns fell silent on Europe's battlefields, following four years of bloodshed which saw 17million people lose their lives.
People around the country will gather to commemorate fallen soldiers from the First and the Second World War on Remembrance Day. Theresa May has laid a wreath at the graves of the UK soldiers who were killed, during an Armistice trip in France and Belgium.
So-called Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a terrorist attack in Melbourne, Australia which left multiple people with stab wounds and at least one dead.
Authorities have now mounted a counter-terror operation to investigate the cause and are reassessing the safety of public events in Australia due to take place in the coming week.
Police confirmed the suspect has died in hospital following the attack.
Footage has been circulating on social media showing a vehicle, which appears to have crashed into a store, burning. Initial calls to the scene were to deal with a car fire. Police have confirmed that the vehicle was carrying gas cylinders.
The heartbroken parents of 15-year-old Megan Lee - who died after suffering an allergic reaction to a takeaway meal ordered online - have spoken for the first time on camera about the death of their daughter.
Both the owner and manager of the takeaway have been jailed after being convicted of manslaughter by gross negligence. Megan, a nut allergy sufferer, died from an asthma attack after she ate food from the Royal Spice takeaway in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire two years ago.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Megan’s mum, Gemma Lee, said she feels justice has been done. She explained: “Regardless of the sentencing and how long they got. We believe this is going to raise awareness”.
“Give us more money so we can have more cops on the street".
Those are the words from the Chairman of the Met Police Federation Ken Marsh. He has hit out at the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, after he urged Scotland Yard to make “full use” of police powers to prevent the wave of stabbings in London and across the country.
The UK is in the midst of an epidemic of stabbings - and there's no sign of it slowing. Latest figures show knife crime has hit a seven year high.
The use of stop and search is at its lowest levels since records began in 2005. Critics have hit back at the policy, claiming it is part of the problem - and has been blamed for aggravating and alienating communities.
At least 12 people have been confirmed dead after a gunman opened fire in a crowded bar in southern California, late Wednesday night Pacific Time.
During a press conference, Sheriff Dean - who is responsible for Ventura County where the shooting took place - told reporters that multiple 911 calls were received at 11.20pm PT on Wednesday 7th November.
Officers arrived at the scene within three minutes and entered the bar six minutes after receiving the first call. Upon entry, an officer was shot and subsequently died of his injuries. His body was retrieved to a place of safety by a colleague as the shooter remained at large.
Sheriff Dean went on to add that armed response arrived shortly after and found 11 people dead inside the bar. He said that the suspect is deceased. It's believed that 12 people are being treated for their injuries, some thought to be serious, at local emergency centres. Other victims who did not sustain such serious injuries are reported to have taken themselves for treatment at the locality's hospitals.
The FBI is currently investigating the shooting but has not identified the suspect. Police confirmed that it is an "ongoing investigation".
England’s most capped player Peter Shilton believes Wayne Rooney shouldn’t be given a cap to play a one-off game at Wembley against the United States of America, blasting the move as “devaluing England.”
Rooney retired from international football last year, but will form part of the squad which faces the United States next Thursday. The match is named Wayne Rooney Foundation International and the aim of the game is to raise money for charity. Peter supports the fundraising effort, but believes Rooney should instead kick the ball at the beginning of the game as a mark of respect.
He said: “I’ve always been a Wayne Rooney fan… I like the way he played the game, especially at his peak. I’m massively an England fan, I’m very passionate about England and the honour that goes with playing for England.”
A British author has suggested that it is time to stop holding remembrance services and poppies in memory of those who have died on battlefields defending the UK.
Remembrance day memorials are often honoured and respected, and viewed as a worthy tribute to fallen service personnel, but Author Simon Jenkins says the time has come to scrap the day.
Speaking to Good Morning Britain, he said: “Now is the time to stop wallowing in the past and focus on the future.”