Labour's deputy leader says the move would counter a challenge from Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party.
The PM uses her Easter message to say everyone has a right to "practise their faith in peace".
Hillingdon councillor David Simmonds "makes no apology" for the fines.
A lawyer fears some council wardens are "acting with incentives to issue as many fines as possible".
Jarod Kirkman is sentenced to 44 weeks in jail after targeting seven MPs.
Chinese journalist Kong Linlin is accused of assaulting a delegate at the Conservative Conference.
Arlene Foster warns the electorate that voting for other unionist parties risks "dividing unionism".
An MEP performs on a harmonica for the last day of the current European Parliament.
Members of Swindon UKIP want "absolutely nothing to do" with Carl Benjamin following social media posts.
A dozen named groups and individuals will be purged from the social network, it said.
A woman and two men are charged over the Extinction Rebellion protest at Canary Wharf in London.
The European Commission's secretary-general Martin Selmayr was filmed making the comments in late 2018.
Their offices are full of boxes, they're living in hotels, and farewell drinks seem a long way off.
The start date for London's new Elizabeth Line could be pushed back again, sources tell the BBC.
A report says high numbers switching schools might conceal pupils being "off-rolled".
There are calls for politicians to boycott the pastor's church after he called homosexuality a "sin".
Law changes agreed by the European Parliament do not pass the "Christchurch test", an official says.
Crispin Blunt is to table a motion of no confidence in the Commons Speaker because of Brexit 'bias'.
Four Extinction Rebellion campaigners are currently glued together outside the Labour leader's home.
Victims' relatives and campaigners close Westminster Bridge, saying crime is a "national emergency".
Ed Davey's father died when he was four, and his mother died when he was 15.
A department responsible for data protection shares the personal details of hundreds of journalists.
Wings Over Scotland blogger Stuart Campbell took Ms Dugdale to court after she claimed in a newspaper column he had sent "homophobic tweets".
Sites that fail to comply will face being blocked by internet service providers.
Jayne McCormack assesses the impact of Brexit on relations between unionists and the Irish government.
As MPs take a break from Westminster for Easter, we look at how much time they spend at work.
It is predicted the economy could dip by 5.5%, but researchers say there is room for possible growth.
Hundreds of people were turned away from polling stations in a 2018 trial for not having proof of ID.
The cards entitle EU citizens to state-provided medical treatment if they fall ill in EU countries.
Labour MP says he regrets saying Zionism is the "enemy of peace".
MPs call for further action to repair the Palace of Westminster as fears grow for its future.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he would scrap national tests, known as Sats, in primary schools.
Richard Burgon is urged to apologise for denying he said Zionism is the "enemy of peace".
The work and pensions secretary tells Emma Barnett on 5 Live that she "has kept the door slightly ajar".
The Independent Group is cleared to become a political party, but will need to find a new logo.
One Labour contender promises not to belittle MPs but others say the next Speaker should be a woman.
Donald Tusk says if UK representatives are elected to the European Parliament, they must be treated equally.
Unemployment fell by 27,000 in the three months to February to 1.34 million.
Since its European election triumph in 2014, UKIP has lost 20 of its 24 MEPs - where did they go?
The US Speaker was speaking ahead of her trip to Ireland later on Tuesday.
Concerns have been raised over the absence of an assembly to legislate for replacements to EU oversight.
It's been going on for some time but the unofficial race to succeed Theresa May is now clearly under way.
The UK supports a final vote in favour of new online copyright rules, but some EU nations objected.
Theresa May is back in Wales - but No 10 says there will be no repeat of 2017's post-holiday surprise.
Harriet Coles is making political tableware to mark some of the key Brexit moments.
Shamima Begum, who ran away to Syria aged 15, will get financial help to fight her citizenship case.
Jeremy Hunt suggests the Tories' pact with the DUP could be "rebuilt" to help get Brexit "over the line".
A major shake-up of the rental sector in England is intended to give tenants long-term security.
The Scottish Human Rights Commission believes the move "would help tackle health inequalities".
UKIP leader Gerard Batten accuses his predecessor of smears as he defends links to Tommy Robinson.
The UKIP leader defends his decision to appoint former EDL leader Tommy Robinson as an adviser.
David Lidington says the government and opposition are "testing ways" to move forward on acceptable future customs arrangements with the EU.
Labour will "haemorrhage" votes in the EU election unless the party backs a second vote, says a senior party figure.
Labour's leader feared evidence of anti-Semitism in the party was being"mislaid or ignored", leaked audio suggests.
It's all to do with something called Article 50, so how does it work?
More than 70 MPs write to the home secretary backing the WikiLeaks co-founder's extradition to Sweden.
Press regulator rules Boris Johnson column was inaccurate about polling evidence on a no-deal Brexit.
The UK chancellor says getting a deal done soon will release "bandwidth" needed for key economic decisions.
Both sides want to avoid taking part in European elections but significant hurdles to agreement remain.
Almost half of Conservative voters are 65 or older, research for a right-leaning think tank finds.
The messages left her feeling "very vulnerable" but she "will not be bullied", Heidi Allen says.
Mark Durham is accused of urinating in Lynne Beckham's garden while he was out canvassing for votes.
Parties bid to break parliamentary deadlock, following delay of UK's EU departure date.
Italian philosopher Franco 'Bifo' Berardi says Jeremy Corbyn should call for a new EU referendum as a "declaration of war against against neo-liberal Europe”.
Ex-UKIP leader says policies are similar to his old party's, but there's a "vast difference" in personnel.
Labour says the Wikileaks boss should not be extradited to the US "for exposing evidence of atrocities".
A woman took her campaign to MPs after a man took pictures of her at a gig in London's Hyde Park.
Ofsted voices safety fears over children taught in unregulated settings, often in "appalling" conditions.
The IMF's Christine Lagarde says prolonged uncertainty will have a "negative impact" on the UK economy.
Brexit's been delayed until Halloween. Here's what the President of the European Council Donald Tusk had to say about the delay (and what his speech actually means).