Audience members were less than convinced by Ms Soubry's argument, amid growing speculation over the Chancellor's position following the failure of the Remain campaign
The judge told the court it was 'an appalling and sad case in equal measure'
In the 21st century, are we seriously content with our head of state being elected by the fluke of birthright, rather than by noble universal suffrage?
Researchers examined every murder in Sweden over a 30 year period for comparative gender analysis
Court calls massacre 'the darkest day in the history of civil society'
There is global elite of wealthy people who use secret shell trusts to shuffle vast quantities of sometimes dirty money away from prying eyes
'Local authorities knew full well what they were doing when they hired Baker Small. There is no consideration of the child,' a legal expert has said
While sentencing, the Recorder told the court it was 'always upsetting for a young woman with children to be sent immediately to prison' however he was unable to suspend the sentence due to the nature of the offence
An investigation by The Independent revealed thousands of children have disappeared from the education system to be taught at illegal schools where they are at risk of abuse
The former England star is reportedly due to appear in court on 17 June to be formally charged in relation to the offence
In an online study of US university students, more than half of male sports players admitted to 'sexually coercing' a woman in a manner which meets the legal definition of rape, researchers said
Same-sex sexual activity is illegal under section 489 of the Penal Code in Morocco
The research suggests many people still have deep reservations about reporting child abuse concerns
A number of high profile cases recently have encouraged victims to come forward
Google believes France's data protection regulator has overstepped its mark, and is appealing its ruling
While LGBT rights have made considerable progress in some parts of the world recently, a surprising number of countries still punish same-sex relationships with life in prisonment or even death