By Luke Dolan

Monday 27 March 2017

Monday 27 March 2017

Theresa May to halt Nicola Sturgeon's plans for Indyref 2 ahead of Article 50 triggering

Theresa May to tell Nicola Sturgeon once and for all: No new independence referendum before Brexit

May to tell Sturgeon once and for all: No new referendum before Brexit

The Prime Minister and Scottish First Minister are to meet two days ahead of the formal triggering of Article 50

Friday 24 March 2017

Friday 24 March 2017

#rednoseday starts trending on Twitter ahead of Comic Relief

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

#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

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

Marine Le Pen meets 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

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

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

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

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

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 on Brexit: 'EU could actually owe us money'

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

Westminster attack: 'To pretend 9/11 has 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

Anti-Brexit groups in turmoil over status of weekend March for Europe protest

Anti-Brexit groups in turmoil over status of weekend March for Europe protest

Anti-Brexit groups in turmoil over status of weekend protest

Pro-EU campaigners have received mixed messages as to whether the march has been cancelled or not in the wake of the Westminster terror attack

Charity page set up by British Muslim for Westminster attack victims' families raises almost £18,000 in two days

Westminster attack: British Muslims raise almost £18,000 for victims' families in two days through charity page

British Muslims raise almost £18,000 for families of London attack victims

The Muslims United for London page was set up in response to the terror attack in London to raise money for the families of those who lost their lives in the disaster

Westminster: Scotland Yard say two 'significant arrests' have been made in connection with the terror attack

Westminster terror attacks: Scotland Yard claim two 'significant arrests'

Scotland Yard say two 'significant arrests' made over Westminster attacks

Top anti-terror officer Mark Rowley confirmed two suspects have been held overnight in the West Midlands and the north west.

Investigation into Westminster attacker continues as Scotland Yard reveal birth name

Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was born Adrian Russell Ajao, police reveal

Westminster attacker was born Adrian Russell Ajao, police reveal

Mark Rowley, who is heading the investigation, confirmed the birth name of the man who killed five people on Wednesday

Brexit is 'a tragedy and failure', says European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit is 'a tragedy and failure', says European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit is 'a tragedy and failure', says president Jean-Claude Juncker

The European Commission President was speaking to the BBC ahead of the negotiations being triggered by Article 50

talkRADIO news team scoops up gong at the IRN Awards

talkRADIO news team scoops gong at the IRN Awards

talkRADIO news team scoops gong at the IRN Awards

We picked up the Best News Special or Feature award for our US election special at the awards on Thursday

Thursday 23 March 2017

Thursday 23 March 2017

Piers Morgan vs Katie Hopkins - GMB host insists columnist is wrong after Fox news interview

Piers Morgan vs Katie Hopkins: Mail columnists clash over Westminster attacks

GMB host Piers Morgan insists Katie Hopkins is wrong after Fox news interview

The presenter wrote a defiant column in the Daily Mail after the columnist claimed to Fox News London was 'afraid and disunited'

Westminster attack: third victim named as American citizen Kurt Cochran

Westminster attack: third victim named as American citizen Kurt Cochran

Third victim named as American man Kurt Cochran

Mr. Cochran was in the British capital to celebrate his anniversary with his wife Melissa when he was caught up in the terrorist incident

Reports of Kennington mass brawl caused security alert hours after Westminster terror attack

Reports of Kennington mass brawl caused security alert hours after Westminster terror attack

Reports of Kennington mass brawl caused security alert hours after Westminster

Police descended on the south London tube station after they received reports a man had been stabbed in the middle of a mass fight

Germany to deport two terror suspects born in the country

Germany to deport two terror suspects born in the country

Germany to deport two terror suspects born in the country

This is the first such instance where Germany has deported two nationals with foreign parents

Labour puts up socialist MEP to contest Manchester Gorton seat

Labour puts up socialist MEP Afzal Khan to contest Manchester Gorton by-election against George Galloway

Labour puts up socialist MEP to contest Manchester Gorton seat

The long-standing MEP will battle it out with Galloway to win the seat after the death of its former occupant, Sir Gerald Kaufman, in February

Westminster assault: London Underground messages in tube stations go viral in wake of terror attack

Westminster terror attack: London tube station messages of hope and courage go viral

London Underground messages in tube stations go viral in wake of terror attack

The signs have several uplifting messages to raise the spirits of Londoners

Westminster attack: Channel 4 News backtracks live on air after giving wrong name for suspect

Channel 4 News backtracks live on air after giving wrong name for suspect

As the events were unfolding, correspondent Simon Israel wrongly named Abu Izzadeen as the perpetrator, only to do an on-air backtrack after discovering he was imprisoned

Westminster attack: Donald Trump Jr sparks outrage with Sadiq Khan tweet

Donald Trump Jr sparks outrage with Sadiq Khan tweet

The US President's son has landed in hot water over a tweet about the London Mayor in the wake of the attack on Westminster

Westminster: 'Isis probably didn't know of the attack until we did', says Quilliam Foundation's Jonathan Russell

Westminster: 'Isis probably didn't know of the attack until we did', says Quilliam Foundation's Jonathan Russell

'Isis probably didn't know of the attack until we did', says Quilliam Foundation

Jonathan Russell, Head of Policy at the foundation, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the terror group claiming responsibility for the incident in Westminster on Wednesday

Westminster: 'Man was acting alone, but he would have needed support', says defence editor Robert Fox

Westminster attacker 'would have needed support', says defence editor Robert Fox

Westminster attacker 'would have needed support', says defence expert

Robert Fox, Defence Editor for the London Evening Standard, said any possible associations with the perpetrator would be key to the investigation

Westminster attack: eyewitness tells harrowing story of immediate aftermath of the assault

Westminster attack: eyewitness says 'there was silence on the bridge - just bodies lying on the floor'

'There was silence on the bridge - just bodies lying on the floor'

Graham Neale told Paul Ross he heard 'a sort of slapping sound' before realising it was gunfire

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