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Wes Streeting MP tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he backs a referendum on the final Brexit deal
Justin James has said that relationships like the one in the BBC’s Bodyguard do happen but added that “it is not a good thing”.
Alexander Armstrong has said that when his friend Charlie Waller took his life aged 28 “it came like a bolt out of the blue” and that they had “missed some key signs” of depression.
As Donald Tusk says Chequers 'will not work', MPs on both sides of the Brexit divide urge Theresa May to come up with another solution
The news that BMW will temporarily close its Mini plant near Oxford has been 'manipulated', says Leave Means Leave co-chairman
Professor Patrick Minford, one of the authors of a report endorsed by Jacob Rees-Mogg AND Boris Johnson, says a no-deal Brexit could lead to economic growth
Julia Hartley-Brewer wrote off South Yorkshire Police's campaign to get people to report 'non-crime' hate incidents as the 'hurty feeling helpline'
The Archbishop of Canterbury called for fundamental changes to the economy saying that the “economy is not just for everyone”.
Laura Perrins has said that the call for MPs to vote to make misogyny a hate crime would “inevitably have to be extended to misandry” because the system cannot only consider “hate against women an aggravating factor”.
The Greater Manchester Mayor believes that the Article 50 negotiation period should be extended beyond March 2019
Sajid Javid is expected to announce greater stop and search powers for police to prevent crimes like acid attacks.
Alan Sugar has said that “it was a bad deal” for the British public to vote to leave the EU and that no matter what the Prime Minister delivers, the public will not be happy.
Wes Streeting MP has said that the antisemitism had done “enormous damage” to Labour’s reputation but that the Conservatives “have their own problems with racism”.
Nigel Lawson has said that Boris Johnson is not “rare” in politics to be ambitious and that Theresa May has been the most “consumed by political ambition” amid claims Brexiteers are seeking to remove the Prime Minister over her Chequers plan.
At least 80,000 people in the UK pose a sexual threat to children online, the Home Secretary is set to reveal.
Stuart Napper caused controversy on Twitter after putting out a job request for a “young lad” for a roofing job, but he says he was “just trying to find a young lad to give him a decent start” and would “absolutely” take a young woman if she applied for the job.
The private company Capita, which handled the Windrush cases, had a Home Office contract that paid extra money if more people were removed from Britain, according to newly released documents.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen said Theresa May wouldn't be able to see the government through another general election
The talkRADIO host also called the Labour leader to sue her after an heated debate with a Jewish Voice For Labour spokesperson.
A Swedish woman was awarded compensation because a potential employer ended her interview early when she wouldn't shake his hand. A Sharia judge tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Muslims' decisions on physical contact should be respected
Brendan O'Neill joins Julia Hartley-Brewer to discuss the US media's mass condemnation of Donald Trump
Sian Griffiths, Education Editor at the Times, told Julia Hartley-Brewer that being taught to pass A-level exams might not teach other life skills
Labour MP for Brigend Madeleine Moon refuses to answer Julia Hartley-Brewer's question of whether she thinks Jeremy Corbyn is fit to be Prime Minister after he was pictured at a memorial for Palestinian terrorists
Counter-terror expert Simon Trundle told Julia Hartley-Brewer that counter-terror police have an "unenviable job" identifying potential terror threats, following the Westminster car attack
The She Speaks We Hear spokesperson joined the No Nonsense Breakfast show to discuss Boris Johnson's burqa comments
Johnson has come under criticism over comments he made in a column for the Telegraph.
Labour Kensington and Chelsea councillor Robert Atkinson said it would be his “priority” to have social housing on the Grenfell site despite claims that local people do not want housing on the site.
Julia Hartley-Brewer challenged Ukip leader Gerard Batten on whether Tommy Robinson's supporters are 'racist'
The former Deputy Prime Minister has come to the defence of Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour party amid anti-Semitism criticism.
Food blogger Jack Monroe says that Brexit stockpiling may not be possible for the country's poorest people
YouGov has suggested that 42% of the public would back a second referendum, whereas 40% would oppose it.
Ishmael Lee South joined the talkRADIO breakfast show to talk about the recent rise in crime figures published on Thursday.
Justine Greening has called for a second referendum on what kind of Brexit the UK should pursue, but Robert Halfon and Jacob Rees-Mogg say another vote is a Remainer tactic
Eurosceptic MP Jacob Rees-Mogg says a no-deal Brexit would save the UK money, and it could happen if Theresa May's policy doesn't garner support
As MPs prepare to vote on Commons amendments to the Chequers bill, Julia Hartley-Brewer said the PM's plan was a 'failure' and joked she would have liked to have seen Trump's take on Brexit
The chair of Republicans Overseas UK told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Donald Trump's scathing remarks on Brexit put 'pressure' on the PM
An app that lets patients book appointments has been praised by the health secretary but doctors say there are not
EU leaders are meeting today to discuss how to handle the ongoing refugee crisis, among other topics like Brexit and the economy
The army will join Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service in tackling the blaze, which has seen several households evacuated
Woody Johnson joined Julia Hartley-Brewer on the breakfast show to reveal (sort of) what Donald Trump thinks about his upcoming visit, trade wars, and migrant children
Brexiteers Iain Duncan Smith and Jacob Rees-Mogg told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the European Commission should not be involved in "domestic politics"
Lord Digby Jones says the UK could become a 'vassal state' to Brussels if amendments to the Brexit bill are passed
Theresa May will release an LGBT Action Plan this summer intended to improve the lives of LGBT people in the UK, but Labour's Dawn Butler slammed the plans
Former policeman Norman Brennan says officers routinely have to prioritise emergency calls
Former British Army officer Colonel Tim Collins has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn's position on Syria is "a nonsense".
European Aviation Security Agency warns operators of possible air strikes as Conservative MP says Britain must 'send a signal'
Chemical weapons expert Hamish de Bretton-Gordon said without intervention we will keep seeing babies killed
A new centrist party is reportedly being created to 'break the Westminster mould'
A suspected chemical attack in Syria has killed at least 70 people
Former police officer Peter Kirkham claims Theresa May was warned police cuts would lead to a rise in violence
Former police officer Norman Brennan spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the recent spate of violent crimes
It is thought Alison Saunders may be replaced by Alison Levitt as the director of public prosecutions
Julia Hartley-Brewer discussed child poverty with author and former teacher Francis Gilbert