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Westminster attack: Asian presenter Yasmeen Khan says 'I always pray it's not a Muslim'

Westminster attack: Yasmeen Khan says 'I always pray it's not a Muslim'

Our British Asian presenter delivered a passionate monologue about this week's atrocities on her talkRADIO show

Brexit: 'The European Investment Bank could owe us money,' says MEP Syed Kamall in response to Jean-Claude Juncker's claims

London MEP hits back at Juncker: 'EU could actually owe us money'

The MEP for London spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the European Commission President's claims of a fee owed to the EU

Westminster attack: 'To make this out as though 9/11 had just happened in London is silly and beneath us', says Simon Jenkins

'To pretend 9/11 has just happened in London is silly'

Guardian columnist spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his column in which he called for the media to not play into the hands of terrorists

'Jeremy Corbyn is utterly inept so George Osborne is attempting to be the voice of moderation', says journalist

'Osborne wants to exploit Corbyn's ineptitude and become voice of soft Brexit'

Guardian columnist believes George Osborne wants those who oppose a hard Brexit to rally around him

Noel Conway: 'Assisted dying not meant to be easy, but it should be possible', says campaigner Laura Nicklinson

'Assisted dying not meant to be easy, but should be possible', says campaigner

Laura Nicklinson, the daughter of a man who died after losing his assisted dying appeal, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the issue after another terminally-ill man appeals to the High Court.

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Police have made a string of arrests since Wednesday's attacks

Westminster attack: Man arrested just yards from former Factory Records HQ

Arrest took place overnight in leafy Manchester suburb of West Didsbury, it has emerged

Marine Le Pen has a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow

Marine Le Pen meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow

Russian media is reporting the Russian government reserves the right to meet with any politician

Belgian prosecutors charge Antwerp driver with attempted terrorism

Belgian prosecutors charge Antwerp driver with attempted terrorism

Police in Belgium arrested a man who was driving at a crowd one day after a high-profile terror attack in London

Anti-fascists plan to halt white pride march in Edinburgh

Anti-fascists plan to halt white pride march in Edinburgh

White nationalists are planning walk through Edinburgh in what they call 'white pride world wide day,' but Unite Against Fascism say they will try to stop the march

Equality Trust analysis shows CEOs earn more than 300 times more than workers on minimum wage

CEOs earn 300 times more than minimum wage staff, new research shows

The Equality Trust has called on the Government to force companies to reveal pay gaps

Woman attempts to smuggle cocaine by hiding it in picture frames

Woman attempts to smuggle cocaine by hiding it in picture frames

Fabiola Guerrero Mendoza took three picture frames to the John F Kennedy International Airport and they were filled with cocaine

Features And Opinion

Nicola Sturgeon is determined to force another referendum on Scottish independence

Can Nicola Sturgeon legally hold an independence referendum?

As debate continues to rage in Scotland, we weigh up whether the Scottish Parliament has the legal right to call a new vote without Westminster's consent

Article 50: Historically March 29 has been a good day for Britain

Article 50 day: History suggests March 29 is a great day for Britain

Downing Street have announced that Article 50 will be triggered on March 29, and in the past it seems some good events have happened on this day

Militant group Conspiracy of Fire Cells claim responsibility for letter bomb, but who are they?

Who are the Greek militants claiming Paris IMF bomb?

The militant group Conspiracy of Fire Cells have claimed responsibility for a letter bomb in Paris which was sent to the offices of the International Monetary Fund

The 2014 referendum resulted in defeat for the 'Yes' campaign

What do the people of Scotland really think on independence?

Our helpful friends at Full Fact examine the latest polls and tells us whether Ms Sturgeon's bullishness on independence is justified.

Facts you didn't know about The Beatles' Sgt Pepper album 50 years on

Facts you didn't know about The Beatles' Sgt Pepper album 50 years on

The album will be celebrated in May and June in Liverpool, as several events inspired by the songs on the album will take place

Funny stuff

#rednoseday starts trending on Twitter ahead of Comic Relief

#rednoseday: Britain's dogs dress up for the occasion

It's been a rough week for the UK, so a little comic relief is very welcome

The Kardashians may be about to get their own cartoon series

The Kardashians may be about to get their own kartoon series

Kris Jenner is reportedly pitching an animated television series which will feature the Kardashian family, and Kim Kardashian has also been in talks

Fancy a flight to North Korea? Well, here's your chance

Fancy going to North Korea? Well now there's a twice-weekly flight

Air Koryo is to start operating flights from Dandong International Airport in China

Walmart responds to viral video of two men riding horses in Houston store

Walmart responds to viral video of two men riding horses in Houston store

The American retail corporation 'in no way' condoned the stunt which saw two men on horses ride into the store

Snoop Dogg, Cher, Rosie O'Donnell - who has Donald Trump feuded with?

From Snoop Dogg to Rosie O'Donnell - the celebs at war with Donald Trump

It all kicked off between Snoop Dogg and the US president after the rapper released a controversial video

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Caolan Walpot performs in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

Caolan Walpot performs in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

The harpist performed Fanny Power and Captain O'Kane by 17th century harpist Turlough O'Carolan

Murray Gardiner performs in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

Murray Gardiner performs in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

The singer performed his original song 'Six' and a cover of Gillian Welch's 'I Had A Real Good Mother And Father'

Blake Harrison on Prime Suspect 1973, The Inbetweeners, and his career

Blake Harrison on Prime Suspect 1973, The Inbetweeners, and his career

The actor popped by the studio to speak with Paul Ross

Kyla Stroud performs in Busker Sessions with Jon Holmes

Kyla Stroud performs in Busker Sessions with Jon Holmes

The singer performed her own song 'Fee Fi Fo Fum' and a cover of Madonna's 'Like a Virgin'

Paul McKenna tells Paul Ross about the dangers of sugar

Paul McKenna tells Paul Ross about the dangers of sugar

The author and hypnotist popped by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross about his new book

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