By Amy Southall

Thursday 19 January 2017

Thursday 19 January 2017

Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet look set to vote against Article 50

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn's Labour shadow cabinet set for mutiny on Article 50

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet look set for mutiny on Article 50

A number of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet could be set to vote against triggering Article 50 next week

Wednesday 18 January 2017

Wednesday 18 January 2017

'The mental health stigma campaign cannot become a replacement for services', says Alastair Campbell

Theresa May needs to walk the walk on mental health, says Alastair Campbell

Theresa May needs to walk the walk on mental health, says Alastair Campbell

Alastair Campbell has published a piece in entitled On mental health, the Tories need to put their money where their mouths are

A Russian company is minting Donald Trump coins

A Russian company is minting Donald Trump coins

A Russian company is minting Donald Trump coins

A Russian metal company has minted a sterling silver coin to commemorate Donald Trump's inauguration, with the slogan 'in Trump we trust'

'Politics in the UK and America is at its lowest because of lies being told', says talkRADIO's Natalie Campbell

Donald Trump has helped drag politics to an all-time low, says talkRADIO's Natalie Campbell

'Politics in the UK and America is at its lowest because of lies being told'

Donald Trump held his first press conference since winning the presidency last week, however it was overshadowed by allegations made towards him

'Women in media are still few and far between, we’re still scratching around in the rubble', says co-host Natalie Campbell

Women in the media are still scratching around in the rubble for equality, says talkRADIO star Natalie Campbell

'Women in media are still few and far between', says panellist Natalie Campbell

The Badass Women's Hour reflected on Clare Hollingworth's life, as they named her this week's 'backdated badass'

'Resolutions need to be on-going, not just for New Year', says Badass Women’s Hour's Emma Sexton

New Year's Resolutions are bad for mental health, say Badass Women's Hour panellists

'Resolutions need to be on-going, not just for New Year'

This week the Badass Women's Hour ladies discussed the idea setting New Year's resolutions, however it's clear they don't quite agree with the tradition

Scientists trigger predatory gene in mice, leading them to act like 'zombies'

Scientists trigger predatory gene in mice, leading them to act like 'zombie killers'

Scientists trigger predatory gene in mice, leading them to act like 'zombies'

Scientists have managed to trigger a predatory gene in mice, leading them to attack anything nearby

'It's surprising that Tunisia didn't have top security plans in place to protect tourists', says former detective

Why didn't Tunisia have plans in place to stop Isis beach massacre, asks terror expert

Why didn't Tunisia have plans in place to stop Isis beach massacre, asks expert

An inquest into what happened when 30 British tourists were killed after a gunman opened fire at a hotel and beach in Tunisia is taking place

'The government is likely to get a bad Brexit deal', says MP Owen Smith

Theresa May Brexit speech: Remainer Owen Smith says UK could get a good deal - but it's unlikely

'The government is likely to get a bad Brexit deal', says MP Owen Smith

Yesterday Theresa May gave a speech on her Brexit plan, stating she wants to leave the single market and give MPs and peers a vote on the final Brexit deal

'We seem to be having a slow motion Brexit', says UKIP's Suzanne Evans

Theresa May Brexit speech 'was exactly what UKIP wanted to hear', says Suzanne Evans

'We seem to be having a slow motion Brexit', says UKIP's Suzanne Evans

Yesterday Theresa May gave a speech on Brexit, saying that we'll be leaving the single market and that MPs and peers will vote on the deal she negotiates with the EU

Tuesday 17 January 2017

Tuesday 17 January 2017

'If I knew we'd lose the protection of the European Court of Human Rights, I'd have voted remain', says caller

Brexit could create a French revolution in the UK, says Sam Delaney caller

Brexit could create a French revolution in the UK, says Sam Delaney caller

Today Sam Delaney asked his listeners what they thought they were voting for in the EU referendum, after Theresa May made a speech on her Brexit plans

'The only thing Theresa May's speech told us was the she'll stick to a two year time frame', says political editor

The only thing Theresa May's Brexit speech told us was that she'll stick to two-year timeframe, says political editor

'All Theresa May's speech told us was that she'll stick to two-year timeframe'

Today the Prime Minister made a speech about her plans for Brexit, claiming she does not want the UK to stay within the single market

Comedian Suzi Ruffell on being working class, women and kicking off a show

Comedian Suzi Ruffell on being working-class, women and kicking off a show

Comedian Suzi Ruffell on being working-class, women and kicking off a show

Comedian Suzi Ruffell joined Jon Holmes to discuss her new show Common

'Hillsborough families are not happy with the small amount of people who could be charged', says journalist

Hillsborough disaster inquest: More police officers should face charges, says Liverpool journalist

'Hillsborough families think more people should face charges'

Evidence on 23 suspects in relation to the Hillsborough disaster has been handed to prosecutors by investigators

'The SNP are trying to blame Westminster for their own NHS problems', says George Galloway

The SNP are colluding with the Tories to destroy the NHS, says George Galloway

The SNP are colluding with the Tories to destroy the NHS, says George Galloway

George Galloway claims the SNP are trying to blame Westminster for problems within the NHS, rather than solve the problems themselves

Huge 600-year-old Buddha is discovered in China

Huge 600-year-old Buddha discovered in China

Huge 600-year-old Buddha discovered in China

The statue sits in a reservoir and was first spotted by a local resident as water levels dropped

'Can't wait for the government to vote against Brexit' - Remainers urge MPs to vote against Brexit

'Can't wait for the government to vote against Brexit' - Remainers urge MPs to vote against Brexit

Remainers urge MPs to vote against Brexit

Remainers have been calling for MPs to vote against Brexit, after Theresa May's speech today

Facebook 'takes two weeks' to remove 12-year-old girl's suicide video

Facebook 'takes two weeks to remove 12-year-old girl's suicide video'

Facebook 'takes two weeks to remove 12-year-old girl's suicide video'

A 12-year-old girl live-streamed her suicide online, however reports claim it took Facebook two weeks to remove the video from their site

'Pressures on middle-aged women are increasing at home and in the workplace' says professor

Middle-aged women are being pressured into eating disorders, says academic

Middle-aged women are being pressured into eating disorders, says academic

Research from University College London has suggested that 3% of women in their 40s and 50s have an eating problem

'If you tell police that crime is reducing, they will laugh', says former police officer

Police will laugh at you if you tell them crime is falling, says former officer

Police will laugh at you if you tell them crime is falling, says former officer

Sadiq Khan has warned that if the Government cuts the funding of the Metropolitan Police then the safety of Londoners will be at risk

Lindsay Lohan could be converting to Islam, but which other celebrities have already converted?

Lindsay Lohan 'converts to Islam': Which other stars have embraced the Muslim faith?

Which other celebrities have already converted to Islam?

Lindsay Lohan has deleted all posts form her Instagram account, replacing them with an Arabic message, prompting rumours that the star may have converted to Islam

The last man to walk on the moon Gene Cernan, dies aged 82

The last man to walk on the moon Gene Cernan, dies aged 82

The last man to walk on the moon, Gene Cernan, dies aged 82

Former astronaut Gene Cernan has died, aged 82, he was the last man to walk on the moon in December 1972

'If we go to the two year wire in Brexit negotiations, it will be a strategic error, says MP Gisela Stuart

Brexit: We need a deal with EU as quickly as possible, says MP Gisela Stuart

We need Brexit deal as quickly as possible, says MP Gisela Stuart

Theresa May will lay out her plans for upcoming negotiations with the EU in a speech today, and is expected to say that she wants a clean break from the European Union

Monday 16 January 2017

Monday 16 January 2017

Comedian Brennan Reece on stand up, Blue Monday and winning English Comedian of the Year

Comedian Brennan Reece on stand up and winning English Comedian of the Year

Comedian Brennan Reece on stand up and winning English Comedian of the Year

Comedian Brennan Reece joined Jon Holmes to discuss, well, loads of things

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