Julia Hartley-Brewer

This lady isn't for turning. Give her a call on all the biggest stories of the day.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Thursday, October 26, 2017

'Jared O'Mara can't be forced to resign by Labour and we must give him a chance', says journalist

'Jared O'Mara can't be forced to resign by Labour and we must give him a chance', says journalist

'Jared O'Mara can't be forced to resign by Labour and we must give him a chance'

Journalist Christian Wolmar says we have to look at historical allegations against Jared O'Mara separately to more recent ones

Campaign Against Arms Trade member blasts Sir Micheal Fallon for lamenting MP criticism of Saudi Arabia arms sales

Campaign Against Arms Trade member blasts Sir Michael Fallon for lamenting MP criticism of Saudi Arabia arms sales

Arms trade campaigner condemns Sir Michael Fallon over Saudi Arabia

Andrew Smith spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the comments made by the Defence Secretary

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Chris Heaton-Harris letter sent a chill down my spine, says university vice-chancellor David Green

Chris Heaton-Harris letter sent chill down my spine, says university head

David Green was one of several people sent letters by pro-Brexit Tory MP Chris Heaton-Harris

Jared O'Mara: 'Labour Party should have spotted reports when they selected him', says Guido Fawkes founder

Jared O'Mara: 'Labour Party should have spotted reports when they selected him', says Guido Fawkes founder

'Labour should have spotted reports when they selected Jared O'Mara'

Paul Staines spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer just prior to the MP for Sheffield Hallam's suspension

'We have a right to know if there was interference from fake news in EU referendum and election' says Damian Collins MP

'Britain has a right to know if fake news influenced the Brexit referendum' says Damian Collins MP

'Britain has a right to know if fake news influenced the Brexit referendum'

The Chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the decision to write to Facebook's founder asking for evidence Russia had interfered in UK democratic process

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

See Julia Hartley-Brewer's reaction to Alistair Campbell's comments as they happened

WATCH Julia Hartley-Brewer's reaction to Alistair Campbell's Brexit taunts

WATCH Julia Hartley-Brewer's reaction to Alistair Campbell's Brexit taunts

Earlier on Tuesday, our host and Tony Blair's former Communications Director had a major row over Brexit

'These young children know who they are, the question is you react?', says gender Identity society trustee

Gender identity 'These young children know who they are, the question is how do you react?'

'These children know who they are, the question is you react?' asks trustee

Bernard Reed, a Trustee of the Gender Identity Research and Education Society, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the increase in children seen by doctors in gender realignment clinics

Brexit: 'Theresa May is a prisoner of right wingers who won't let her get on', says Alastair Campbell

'You people': Listen to Alastair Campbell's fiery Brexit row with Julia Hartley-Brewer

'You people': Listen to Alastair Campbell's fiery Brexit row with Julia

Alastair Campbell had a heated debate with Julia Hartley-Brewer and claimed she is living in a fantasy world

Friday, October 20, 2017

Friday, October 20, 2017

Brexit: 'I have a feeling there's an attempt at a Remain coup', says MEP Steven Woolfe

Brexit: 'I have a feeling there's a group of Remainers mounting a mad coup', says former Ukip MEP Steven Woolfe

'I feel there's an attempt at a Remain coup of Brexit', says MEP Steven Woolfe

The independent MEP for North East England spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the ongoing Brexit negotiations

Elitism: 'MP David Lammy is part of the problem as he perpetuates the Oxbridge stereotype'

'David Lammy is perpetuating Oxbridge elitism - he discourages minority people from applying'

'MP David Lammy perpetuates the Oxbridge stereotype'

The Spectator's Toby Young has criticised MP David Lammy for 'implying' that Oxford and Cambridge are guilty of racial bias

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Donald Trump: 'Phone call scandal will hit his supporters in a way others have not'

'Donald Trump has shown himself to be cold-hearted and moronic with David Johnson comment'

'Donald Trump has shown himself to be cold-hearted and moronic'

Former UK vice chair of Democrats Abroad Karin Robinson says the alleged conversation is icky and makes her skin crawl

Catalonia: 'Elements within pro-independence lobby want to up the ante', says lecturer

Elements within Catalan independence movement want more violence, says lecturer

Elements within Catalan independence movement want more violence, says lecturer

Dr Paul Kennedy spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the latest development in Spain's independence crisis

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Brexit: 'We need to look at OECD survey rationally over thinking it's a traitorous event', says Peter Hain

Brexit: 'We need to look at OECD survey rationally rather than view it as traitorous', says Peter Hain

We need to look at OECD survey rationally, says Peter Hain

The former MP for Neath and Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the report which predicted Brexit to have a negative economic impact

OECD survey 'an attempt to interfere in UK democratic rights' says Leave.EU co-founder

OECD is trying to meddle in UK democracy with Brexit warning, says Leave.EU co-founder

'OECD is trying to meddle in UK democracy with Brexit warning'

Richard Tice, the co-founder of Leave.EU and Leave Means Leave co-chair, spoke to Julia about the OECD's predictions about Brexit and the call for a second referendum

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

'Rise in hate crime reports is just the tip of the iceberg', says think tank

There's no evidence Brexit has led to a rise in hate crime, says Julia Hartley-Brewer

There's no evidence Brexit has led to a rise in hate crime, says Julia

Runnymede Trust's Farah Elahi says many people still don't report hate crimes

Open Britain refuses to say how much UK should pay EU in heated argument with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Leading Remainer refuses to say how much UK should pay EU in heated argument with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Leading Remainer refuses to say how much UK should pay EU

Open Britain's Will Cousins said he didn't know how much the UK should pay the EU and the Government would have a better idea

Monday, October 16, 2017

Monday, October 16, 2017

Row erupts between Julia Hartley-Brewer and Barry Gardiner MP over Brexit talks timetable 'concession'

Row erupts between Julia Hartley-Brewer and Barry Gardiner MP over Brexit talks timetable 'concession'

Julia Hartley-Brewer rows with Barry Gardiner MP over Brexit talks timetable

Our host challenged the MP for Brent North for a solution when he called the concession of David Davis to the EU's negotiation timeline a mistake

Sexuality: 'Government collects patient data because it can, not because it's well-thought out'

Sexuality: 'Government collects patient data because it can, not because it's well-thought out'

'Government collects patient data just because it can'

Doctor Peter Swinyard says consultations shouldn't be cluttered up with central government questions

Friday, October 13, 2017

Friday, October 13, 2017

Brexit: 'We're in this stalemate because Government hasn't listened to EU on sorting key issues', says Stephen Kinnock MP

Brexit: 'We're in this stalemate because Government hasn't listened to the EU', says Stephen Kinnock MP

'We've got a Brexit stalemate because Government hasn't listened to EU'

Stephen Kinnock, the MP for Aberavon, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the current state of Brexit negotiations

Brexit: 'EU should have heard enough in Florence speech to get on with trade talks', says think tank

Leading eurosceptic praises Theresa May's 'grown-up' approach to Brexit - but says EU wants to punish us

Leading eurosceptic praises Theresa May's 'grown-up' approach to Brexit

Open Europe director Henry Newman says the EU is enjoying making the UK squirm

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Thursday, October 12, 2017

'MEP Sion Simon's kidney donation is phenomenal and I can never repay him', says MP Khalid Mahmood

'MEP Sion Simon's kidney donation is phenomenal and I can never repay him', says MP Khalid Mahmood

'I can never repay MEP Sion Simon for donating a kidney to me, its phenomenal'

MP Khalid Mahmood has finally revealed who donated a kidney to him in 2014 as he was suffering from chronic kidney failure

Universal Credit: Benefits scheme Architect explains rationale behind six-week wait for first payment

Universal Credit creator explains six-week payment wait

Universal Credit creator explains six-week payment wait

Deven Ghelani spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the system in wake of several criticisms directed at it over its implementation

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Baby loss: 'Incredibly moving Saying Goodbye services allow people to remember lives cut short'

Baby Loss Awareness Week: Julia Hartley-Brewer incredibly moved by service for miscarriage sufferers

Julia Hartley-Brewer incredibly moved by service for miscarriage sufferers

Julia Hartley-Brewer said the Saying Goodbye services for those that have lost babies sound incredibly moving

Harvey Weinstein: 'We can't blame his wife' says divorce lawyer as scandal deepens

Harvey Weinstein scandal: 'We can't blame his wife' says divorce lawyer

'We can't blame Harvey Weinstein's wife' says divorce lawyer

The 65-year-old producer's wife, Georgina Chapman, announced she was leaving him in a public statement as the sexual harassment allegations rise

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Brexit: 'Labour's position is strange because Jeremy Corbyn is pressured by remainers'

Brexit: 'Labour's position is strange because Jeremy Corbyn is pressured by remainers'

Labour MP Kate Hoey praises Boris and calls Corbyn's Brexit position 'strange'

Labour MP Kate Hoey says everyone should unite around Brexit

Race inequality report: Julia Hartley-Brewer tells black rights campaigner Claudia Webbe 'be honest and say I'm white so can't have an opinion'

Julia clashes with black rights campaigner over race audit report

Webbe called Julia 'uneducated' but our presenter said her guest was the racist

Angus MacNeil compares post-Brexit Britain to countries without trade deals like Somalia and Sudan

Angus MacNeil compares post-Brexit Britain to Somalia and Sudan

Angus MacNeil compares post-Brexit Britain to Somalia and Sudan

The SNP MP for Na h-Eileanan an Iar had been invited to discuss Nicola Sturgeon's Party Conference speech with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Monday, October 9, 2017

Monday, October 9, 2017

Julia tells SNP lawmaker Ivan McKee 'you're incredibly arrogant' on Brexit

Julia tells SNP lawmaker Ivan McKee 'you're incredibly arrogant' on Brexit

Julia tears into MSP for saying leaving the single market is a 'crazy decision'

Racist Dove advert: 'White executives who just didn’t get it probably approved this'

Dove racism row: 'Clueless white executives probably approved this'

Dove racism row: 'Clueless white executives probably approved this'

Simon Woolley, director of Operation Black Vote, says a black person would have easily spotted how dodgy the Dove advert was

'EU are dragging us into a punishment Brexit', claims Bernard Jenkin MP

'EU are dragging us into a punishment Brexit', claims Bernard Jenkin MP

'EU are dragging us into a punishment Brexit', claims Bernard Jenkin MP

The Tory MP for Harwich and North Essex spoke to Julia about the ongoing EU withdrawal negotiations and the possibility of leaving with no deal

'Boris Johnson is 54 going on 14 and needs to grow up', says Tory MP

'Boris Johnson is 54 going on 14 and needs to grow up', says Tory MP

'Boris Johnson is 54 going on 14 and needs to grow up', says Tory MP

Conservative MP Keith Simpson says he wouldn't advise Theresa May to sack Boris Johnson

Friday, October 6, 2017

Friday, October 6, 2017

Ted Heath: 'Investigation may make it look like police are more interested in publicity than cause'

Ted Heath investigation: 'We should be spending this money on paedophiles who are still alive'

'We should be spending Ted Heath money on paedophiles who are still alive'

Barrister Jason Hadden says many think money should be spent on paedophiles who are alive rather than alleged ones who have died

Grant Shapps has admitted being involved in a plot to oust Theresa May

Theresa May supporter tells Grant Shapps: Put up or shut up

May supporter tells Shapps: Put up or shut up

Nadhim Zahawi tells talkRADIO Shapps' coup plot 'will fizzle out by Monday' and he should reveal his list of names

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Thursday, October 5, 2017

'Rail companies are making out guards are like doormen at The Ritz', says RMT secretary Mick Cash

RMT strike: 'Rail companies are making out guards are like doormen at The Ritz', says Mick Cash

'Rail companies make out guards are like doormen at The Ritz', says Mick Cash

The RMT General Secretary spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the latest strike action to blight UK railways

Theresa May speech: 'Only Tory gain over Labour and Jeremy Corbyn was competence and they've lost that', says commentator

Theresa May conference speech: 'The only thing she had over Jeremy Corbyn was a reputation for competence, and she's lost that'

May lost her only advantage over Corbyn with that awful speech, says Dan Hodges

Dan Hodges, a commentator for the Mail on Sunday, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the impact the Prime Minister's troubled speech will have

'Theresa May prank has shown terrorists that security won't do a thing'', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

Theresa May speech: Lee Nelson P45 prank has shown terrorists that security won't do a thing, says Julia Hartley-Brewer

'Theresa May prank has shown terrorists security won't do a thing', says Julia

A man pranked Theresa May whilst she was giving a speech at the Tory Party Conference by getting up on stage and handing her a P45

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Las Vegas shooting: Political commentator doubts it will provoke gun laws change Bill Bernard

Las Vegas shooting: Political commentator doubts it will provoke gun laws change

Political commentator doubts Las Vegas shooting will provoke gun laws change

Bill Barnard spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the political impacts of the incident in Nevada over the weekend

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Gove, Grant Shapps and Katie Perrior had strong words on Boris, Brexit and Corbyn during the debate

Michael Gove insists Boris Johnson 'spoke from the heart' on Brexit

Michael Gove insists Boris Johnson 'spoke from the heart' on Brexit

Gove defends his fellow Brexiteer while Theresa May's former spin doctor says Jeremy Corbyn's supporters 'behave like they've taken speed'

Las Vegas: Former lieutenant claims the safest American cities have open gun control

Las Vegas: Police firearms expert claims the safest American cities have open gun control

Former lieutenant claims the safest American cities have open gun control

Former lieutenant Joe Key says he thinks the gun used in the Las Vegas shooting was an automatic weapon

'He made an honest form of rock'n'roll music' - fan pays tribute to Tom Petty

'He made an honest form of rock'n'roll music' - fan pays tribute to Tom Petty

'He made an honest form of rock'n'roll music' - fan pays tribute to Tom Petty

The rocker, who fronted The Heartbreakers, has died at the age of 66

Las Vegas shooting: 'America is awash with guns, everyone who wants one has one', says professor

Las Vegas shooting: 'Nothing will change on gun control because Trump's party gets so much money from the NRA'

US gun laws won't change because Trump's party gets a fortune from lobbyists'

Peter Squires, a professor of criminology at the University of Brighton, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about gun control in the wake of the shooting in Las Vegas

Monarch: 'Ryanair has forced others out of business leaving taxpayers with the bill'

Monarch: 'Companies like Ryanair are forcing others out of business leaving taxpayers with the bill'

'Ryanair has forced Monarch out of business leaving taxpayers with the bill'

Former airline pilot Terry Tozer says many in the airline industry think low-cost airlines have made the industry worse

Monday, October 2, 2017

Monday, October 2, 2017

Michael Gove was put on the spot regarding to of the biggest political topics of the moment

Michael Gove says a Jeremy Corbyn premiership is more dangerous for Britain than a no-deal Brexit

Michael Gove: Corbyn premiership bigger threat to Britain than no-deal Brexit

Gove made the comments during a live talkRADIO debate at the Tory Party Conference

Theresa May must deliver an overarching vision, says Grant Shapps

Tory MP Grant Shapps says Theresa May's policies 'don't add up to a row of beans'

Tory MP Grant Shapps says Theresa May's policies 'don't add up to a row of

Tory co-chair savages Prime Minister's lack of vision while her former spin doctor says her policies 'are not inspiring'

Friday, September 29, 2017

Friday, September 29, 2017

'Ryanair's problems lie at the heart of the Irish Aviation Authority', says travel writer

'Ryanair customers won't be put off by flight cancellation chaos', says travel writer

'Ryanair customers won't be put off by flight cancellation chaos'

Travel writer Frank Brehany says hardcore customers might stick with airline

'There'll always be some kind of racism in society', says editor

'There'll always be some kind of racism in society', says Muslim editor

'There'll always be some kind of racism in society'

Ahmed Versi, editor and publisher of Muslim News, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the research of a report which found one in four Brits admit they are still a bit prejudiced

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Prince Harry is pictured here with his girlfriend Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games, an event he played a key role in organising

'How dare Emma Dent Coad abuse Prince Harry?', asks former commander of British troops in Afghanistan

'How dare Emma Dent Coad abuse Prince Harry?', asks former UK troop commander

Richard Kemp says Emma Dent Coad had absolutely no right to criticise someone who has put his life on the line for his country

'Hugh Hefner was undeniably a magazine publishing genius', says former Loaded editor

'Hugh Hefner was undeniably a magazine publishing genius', says former Loaded editor

'Hugh Hefner was undeniably a magazine publishing genius'

Martin Daubney says Hugh Hefner was a product of his time and we shouldn't judge him by today's standards

Uber employment tribunal: 'Uber will probably be able it get away with it', says lawyer

Uber employment tribunal: 'They will probably lose,' says lawyer

Uber will probably lose its employment tribunal, says lawyer

Uber is currently challenging a ruling which says its drivers should get employment benefits

Peter Dowd MP dismisses idea of Jeremy Corbyn 'worship' being in 'North Korean territory'

Jeremy Corbyn ally Peter Dowd says 'we can't compare him Kim Jong-un'

MP dismisses idea of Jeremy Corbyn 'worship' being in 'North Korean territory'

Peter Dowd, the MP for Bootle, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Labour Leader's well-received speech at the party conference

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

AfD supporters carry slogans against Muslim immigrants during a rally

German elections show Britain isn't alone in wanting tighter immigration controls, says Douglas Murray

German elections show we're not alone in our immigration fears - Douglas Murray

Controversial right-wing author says rise of right-wing parties in Germany was entirely predictable

'Saudi monarchy will face protest from religious authorities over reforms', says research fellow Tom Wilson

'Saudi monarchy will face clash with Islamic leaders over driving ban u-turn'

'Saudi monarchy will face clash with Islamic authorities over driving ban u-tu

Tom Wilson, a research fellow at The Henry Jackson Society, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the news that women will now be allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia

John McDonnell: 'He's saying there’s a run of the pound risk and he’ll plan for it', says leading economics professor

Corbyn's former tax advisor calms fears after John McDonnell 'run on the pound' speech

'Author of Corbynomics' calms fears after McDonnell's speech

Richard Murphy, a professor of political economics, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Labour shadow chancellor's declaration of being prepared for a drop in the pound's value

'It's surprising only a third of young people say they're gay or bisexual', says journalist

'It's surprising only a third of young people say they're gay or bisexual', says LGBT journalist

'It's surprising only a third of young people say they're gay or bisexual'

Journalist Benjamin Butterworth says he thinks most people aren't entirely heterosexual but are somewhere in the middle

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

'You can't be logical with Ken' - Twitter users hit back at Ken Livingstone's comments on anti-Semitism

Ken Livingstone savaged by critics over anti-semitism comments on talkRADIO

Ken Livingstone savaged by critics over anti-semitism comments on talkRADIO

Ken Livingstone joined Julia Hartley-Brewer to discuss anti-semitism in the Labour Party

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