After months of speculation, the Prime Minister confirmed the country would leave the market in her speech today
In a monologue on his show, our presenter ripped into the Bank of England over their Brexit predictions and Sir Ivan Rogers
The Prime Minister will deliver a speech to quell accusations her government lacks an exit strategy ahead of the EU negotiations
The former UKIP leader spoke to Paul Ross on the Full Set Breakfast this morning
The Fabian Society claimed the party is on course to win roughly 200 seats with only 20% of the vote, and would need to form a coalition to take power
Peter Wilding says he accepts referendum result but UK must not be 'arsonist of Europe'
Our presenter called out the Scottish First Minister over the SNP declaring 'a policy which implies rebuilding of Hadrian's wall with machine guns'
The PM wants the status of EU migrants in the UK and Britons on the continent agreed early in the negotiations.
Prominent Leave campaigner Dominic Raab blasted Sir Ivan Rogers over his comments made to the BBC in October
Our host gave the MP for Harrow East a tough questioning about the UK's future prospects and the status of EU nationals
The SNP MP for Fife North East engaged in a fiery debate with Julia Hartley-Brewer
The Shadow Foreign Secretary stood in for Jeremy Corbyn, while David Lidington stood in for Theresa May
The case on Brexit opened at the Supreme Court yesterday
Kamall, the MEP for London, claimed that 'wealthy people want to block the will of the British people'
The former UKIP leader is one of the finalists for the prestigious person of the year award
Last month, the High Court ruled Article 50 couldn't be triggered by Theresa May without Parliament's approval
The PM said his 'experience in government ends here' after his bid to change Italy’s constitution was soundly defeated
A national anti-hate crime campaign launched yesterday, in a response to a rise in reported incidents after the Brexit referendum
This follows the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, warning against "division and despair" if the government's plan is to focus on money rather than people
Alex Wickham, the news editor at Guido Fawkes, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Merkel's refusal to negotiate residency rights until Article 50 is triggered
The Scottish First Minister is set to lay out Scotland's options in a Brexit blueprint, as revealed in an address to the Irish Parliament
Ian Dunt and our midmorning host had a dispute over the time to negotiate a deal with the EU
The Swedish furniture giant has stated it will continue to invest in the country even after it leaves the EU
The group revealed they had been 'inundated' by messages from extremist groups supporting the protest
George Galloway comments on newly-released files that Thatcher secretly continued to pursue politically explosive plans to dismantle the welfare state even after ministers thought they had been killed off by a cabinet revolt.
John McTernan came onto the show to discuss the former PM's return to political activity
The former PM claimed there was a 'perfectly credible case' for a second referendum
Thomas Mair was sentenced to life imprisonment after he was found guilty of murdering MP Jo Cox
The Chancellor revealed the country's economy is to lose roughly £60 billion over the next five years as a result of the leave vote
Simon French, the chief economist at Panmure Gordon, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Phillip Hammond's first Autumn Statement
The Electoral Commission is looking into whether the party breached UK election laws after a ruling in the European Parliament
Gaining insight from two Paris-based experts, talkRADIO examines the divisive and charismatic leader of the Front National Party
Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem firmly stated the UK can't expect unrestrained access to European markets unless it accepts free movement of labour
James Delingpole, executive editor for the London branch of the Breitbart News Network, told talkRADIO Donald Trump's new strategy tsar is a frightening ball of energy - but he's a visionary
Counter-terror specialist Simon Trundle claimed the system will only work with help from communities across the European Union
The memo the Times obtained was revealed to have been written by Deloitte
Theresa May faces difficulty in the task of beginning exit negotiations with the European Union
His comment follows a complaint being submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service claiming the Vote Leave campaign misled voters
The former leadership candidate claimed they had differing views from the public because of their 'narrow academic genepool'
The UK voted to leave the European Union in June, but the fact that it isn't legally binding could be the dampening of Brexiteer hopes
The German Chancellor has been told 'Brexit is not a done deal' in the wake of today's High Court ruling
Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without a vote in Parliament after the High Court's decision
The High Court ruled that the government can only trigger article 50 with Parliament's approval
The High Court ruled that the government cannot trigger Article 50 without Parliamentary approval
The High Court ruled that Theresa May's government can't trigger Article 50 without Parliament's approval
Jon Holmes decided to find out more about the leaked videos of Theresa May expressing her fears over Brexit
The Westminster government has promised its devolved counterparts a 'democratic forum' to be chaired by Brexit Secretary David Davis
The MP for Stone agreed with the PM for stating the UK should still be at the heart of decisions within the EU