Julia Hartley-Brewer

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

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Migration crisis will be 'a catastrophe if Europeans don't have societal fortitude to maintain our laws', says author

Douglas Murray attacks 'hypocrites' Lily Allen and Nicola Sturgeon over migrant crisis

Douglas Murray attacks 'hypocrites' Lily Allen and Nicola Sturgeon on migration

Murray told Julia Hartley-Brewer that migrants are complicit in human trafficking and we are headed for catastrophe if we don't take action

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Charlottesville: 'Donald Trump's trying to distract from his losing hand,' says academic

Charlottesville: 'Donald Trump's trying to distract from his losing hand,' says academic

'Donald Trump's trying to distract from his losing hand,' says academic

Dr Simon Radford from the University of Southern California spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the US president's press conference on Tuesday

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'Sanitary products are the least of homeless people's problems'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'Sanitary products are the least of homeless people's problems'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'Tampons are the least of homeless people's problems'

Julia Hartley-Brewer says she is perplexed about the idea of 'period poverty' and thinks a traumatic problem is being created that doesn't exist

Julia Hartley-Brewer tells period poverty campaigner she has no idea 'whether there is an issue or not'

Julia Hartley-Brewer slams period poverty campaigner: 'You don't even know if it's an issue'

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated argument with period poverty campaigner

Julia Hartley-Brewer claims it costs the average woman £15 a year to buy enough sanitary products

'Donald Trump has crossed a line' over his response to Charlottesville, says international politics professor

'Donald Trump has crossed a line' over his response to Charlottesville, says politics expert

'Donald Trump has crossed a line' over Charlottesville response, says expert

Scott Lucas, a Professor of International Politics from the University of Birmingham, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the US president's reaction to the Virginia incident

Brexit: 'Interim customs union plan may be for internal Tory Party consumption', says Labour MP

Brexit: Interim customs union plan may be aimed at appeasing Tory party, says Labour MP

Interim customs union plan may be aimed at appeasing Tory party, says Labour MP

Labour MP Steve McCabe welcomes the announcements he thinks some kind of customs union arrangement is essential

Monday, August 14, 2017

Monday, August 14, 2017

'Drunk air passengers are not dealt with as it's not in commercial interests'

'Drunk air passengers are not dealt with as it's not in commercial interests'

'Drunk air passengers are not dealt with as it's not in commercial interests'

Former pilot Terry Tozer says authorities, airlines and airports are passing the parcel on the issue

Brexit: 'Philip Hammond can't go off the rails so had to agree with Liam Fox'

Brexit: 'Philip Hammond can't go off the rails so had to agree with Liam Fox'

Brexit: 'Philip Hammond can't go off the rails so had to agree with Liam Fox'

The Conservative Home writer Henry Hill says it's productive that ministers are talking about a transitional period for Brexit

Charlottesville: Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Charlie Wolf over Donald Trump's statement

Donald Trump supporter blasts Charlottesville criticism: 'You'd think he'd driven the car'

Donald Trump supporter defends president over Charlottesville criticism

Charlie Wolf suggested Donald Trump was the victim of a media witchhunt

Friday, August 11, 2017

Friday, August 11, 2017

'North Korea won't use nuclear weapons unless the regime feels really under threat'

'North Korea won't use nuclear weapons unless the regime feels really under threat'

'North Korea won't use nuclear weapons unless the regime is really under threat'

Senior research fellow Shashank Joshi says we're not heading to nuclear war but there could be a US-Korean confrontation

Egg scandal: 'The real issue is criminal activity', says Institute for Global Food Safety

Egg scandal: 'The real issue is criminal activity', says food safety body

Egg scandal: 'The real issue here is criminal activity'

Professor Chris Elliott says it's always better to try and buy local food

Newcastle sex gang: 'Authorities can't be cowed by racist allegations', says Imam Dr Taj Hargey

Newcastle sex gang: 'Authorities can't be cowed by racist allegations', says Imam Dr Taj Hargey

Newcastle: 'Authorities can't be cowed by racist accusations' says Imam

Dr Taj Hargey spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the conviction of 18 people for offences relating to child sexual abuse

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Thursday, August 10, 2017

EU expenses: MEP Steven Woolfe blasts 'hypocrisy' of European Commission

Brexit: Former Ukip MEP Steven Woolfe blasts EU expenses 'hypocrisy'

Brexit: Former Ukip MEP Steven Woolfe blasts EU expenses 'hypocrisy'

The independent MEP spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the release of expense forms pertaining to senior EU officials

'North Korea tensions are now typical due to Donald Trump's lack of credibility'

'Donald Trump is stirring North Korea crisis to detract from Russia probe'

'Donald Trump is stirring North Korea crisis to detract from Russia probe'

North Korea says it could fire four missiles towards the US territory of Guam

Northumbria Police: Paying £10k to a child rapist 'should have been the last measure to think about', says former chief prosecutor Nazir Afzal

Rochdale sex gang prosecutor blasts Northumbria police for paying child rapist £10,000

Rochdale sex gang prosecutor blasts Northumbria police for paying rapist £10,000

The former chief prosecutor, who initiated proceedings against members of the Rochdale sex gang, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the landmark case in the north-east

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

'Children excluded for sexual misconduct need better sex education'

'Children caught watching porn at school need to be educated, not excluded'

'Children caught watching porn at school need to be educated, not excluded'

Children as young as five have been excluded form school for sexual misconduct

'An international campaign must begin to end evil migrant trafficking', says MP

'An international campaign must begin to end evil migrant trafficking', says MP

'An international campaign must begin to end evil migrant trafficking', says MP

MP Charlie Elphicke says we need to work with France to send illegal immigrants back home

North Korea 'called Donald Trump's bluff over US deterrent', says Dr. Brian Klaas

'North Korea has called Donald Trump's bluff and his options are running out'

'North Korea has called Donald Trump's bluff and his options are running out'

Dr. Brian Klaas, from the London School of Economics, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the escalating situation between North Korea and the United States

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'Jeremy Corbyn's views on Venezuela are more relevant than IRA, Israel and Palestine comments'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'Jeremy Corbyn's views on Venezuela are more relevant than IRA, Israel and Palestine comments'

Julia: 'We have to question Jeremy Corbyn's judgement over Venezuela'

Julia Hartley-Brewer says anyone who thinks the Venezuela model is one we should follow should be questioned

Brexit: 'It's not clear how Parliament wants judges to interpret EU law', says Dominic Grieve MP

Brexit: 'It's not clear how Parliament wants judges to interpret EU law', says Dominic Grieve MP

'It's not clear how Parliament wants judges to interpret EU law', says MP

The MP for Beaconsfield said the Supreme Court President was right to raise the issue in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer

'Jeremy Corbyn's statement on Venezuela was caveat', says Labour List editor Peter Edwards

Labour blogger says Venezuela crisis doesn't mean socialism is unworkable

Labour blogger says Venezuela crisis doesn't mean socialism is unworkable

Peter Edwards spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Labour leader's condemnation of violence in Venezuela

Monday, August 7, 2017

Monday, August 7, 2017

Justin Gatlin: 'Athletes can't see the point in staying drug free when those who don't can compete'

Justin Gatlin: 'Where's the incentive for athletes to stay drug-free?'

'After Gatlin's success, where's the incentive for athletes to stay drug-free?'

A former director of ethics and anti-doping at UK Sport says the only people winning in the anti-doping campaign are lawyers

'Cabinet members who disagree with Theresa May should resign', says Leave Means Leave

'Cabinet members who disagree with Theresa May should resign', says Leave Means Leave

'Cabinet members who disagree with Theresa May should resign'

The co-chairman of Leave Means Leave says some cabinet members are damaging our negotiating position

'North Korea normally cries wolf, but the difference now is Donald Trump', says research fellow

'North Korea normally cries wolf, but the difference now is Donald Trump', says research fellow

'North Korea normally cries wolf, but the difference now is Donald Trump'

Aidan Foster-Carter, an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Modern Korea, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the fresh sanctions imposed on the country by the US

Friday, August 4, 2017

Friday, August 4, 2017

'Grand jury may lead to criminal prosecutions and Donald Trump's impeachment'

'Grand jury hearing may lead to criminal prosecutions and Donald Trump's impeachment'

'Grand jury may lead to criminal prosecutions and Donald Trump's impeachment'

The grand jury can issue subpoenas to force people to appear before the the Trump-Russia investigation

Grenfell Tower: 'People want to know why the council's response was pathetic', says councillor Robert Atkinson

Grenfell Tower: 'People want to know why the council was so pathetic', says councillor Robert Atkinson

'People want to know why the council's response to Grenfell Tower was pathetic'

Councillor Robert Atkinson spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the upcoming inquiry

'The Bank of England blame Brexit when the facts don't fit', says John Redwood MP

'Bank of England blames Brexit when the facts don't fit', says John Redwood MP

'Bank of England blames Brexit when the facts don't fit', says John Redwood

The MP for Wokingham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Bank of England cutting its growth forecasts for the year

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Nicolas Maduro is facing huge crisis in Venezuela

Ken Livingstone: Venezuela should have followed my economic advice

Ken Livingstone: Venezuela should have followed my economic advice

Livingstone gave an extraordinary interview to Julia this morning

Designer babies: Watchdog claims editing out gene mutations is first step to 'dystopian eugenics'

Watching warns of 'dystopian nightmare' if we start editing gene mutations

Doctor David King from Human Genetics Alert says we already have good techniques to avoid the birth of children with disease

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Graham Jones said Venezuela was not socialist - despite Jeremy Corbyn's previous praise of the country

Labour MP insists Venezuela isn't a socialist country

Labour MP insists Venezuela isn't a socialist country

Graham Jones had come onto the show to discuss the chaos in Venezuela and calls for Jeremy Corbyn to condemn the country

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer calls second EU referendum calls 'dishonest'

Julia Hartley-Brewer says second EU referendum calls are 'dishonest'

Julia Hartley-Brewer says second EU referendum calls are 'dishonest'

Our host was speaking to The New European columnist Paul Connew about the turmoil in the Cabinet over freedom of movement

Steve McCabe on brick incident: 'Don't put yourself in danger, but report these matters'

Steve McCabe MP describes his ordeal after being hit by a brick

Steve McCabe: 'Don't put yourself in danger, but report these matters'

The Labour MP for Birmingham Selly Oak called for more people to be active in coming forward following the incident where a brick was thrown at his face

Monday, July 31, 2017

Monday, July 31, 2017

'Russia and America are dangerously close to confrontation', says former ambassador

'Russia and America are dangerously close to confrontation', says former ambassador

'Russia and America are dangerously close to confrontation'

Sir Tony Brenton says Russia expelling diplomats shows how angry it is about hopes of a good relationship going downhill

Princess Diana tapes: 'On the face of it, Channel 4 are wrong', says commentator Rupert Bell

Princess Diana tapes: Channel 4 are wrong to do this, says commentator Rupert Bell

Princess Diana tapes: Channel 4 are wrong to do this, says commentator

Rupert Bell spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the broadcaster's decision to air tapes made by Diana with her former vocal coach

Brexit: 'Cabinet tensions are damaging Theresa May, but her most dangerous leadership moment has passed' - unfinished

Julia Hartley-Brewer: Theresa May is too weak to slap down her cabinet colleagues

Julia: Theresa May is too weak to slap down her cabinet colleague

Mark Wallace, the executive editor of website ConservativeHome, says many politicians are using Brexit to angle for future jobs

Friday, July 28, 2017

Friday, July 28, 2017

'Anthony Scaramucci's priority is settling scores with those who kept him from a job in January', says politics professor

Anthony Scaramucci 'pulled out a shotgun and he's brought the whole house down'

Anthony Scaramucci 'pulled out a shotgun and he's brought the whole house down'

Politics professor Scott Lucas says Donald Trump brought Anthony Scaramucci in because he’s going into the bunker because of the Russia investigation

Labour councillor suggests Government could also be investigated over Grenfell Tower

Grenfell: Government could be charged with corporate manslaughter, says councillor

'Government could be charged with corporate manslaughter over Grenfell'

Julia Hartley-Brewer and Labour councillor Pat Mason had a heated debate about the Conservative council in Kensington and Chelsea

'Irish officials fear Britain isn't prepared for grinding Brexit detail', says Irish World editor Bernard Purcell

'Irish officials fear Britain isn't prepared for grinding Brexit detail', says journalist Bernard Purcell

'Irish officials fear Britain isn't prepared for grinding Brexit detail'

Bernard Purcell, editor of Irish World, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the reported call by the Irish government for a border on the Irish Sea

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

'The more anti-Semitism is talked about the more reported incidents rise', says Jewish journalist

Jewish journalist blames 'Ken Livingstone copycats' for rise in anti-semitism

Jewish journalist blames 'Ken Livingstone copycats' for rise in anti-semitism

Jonathan Pollard spoke to talkRADIO after figures showed anti-semitic incidents at record high

'The UK should introduce work permits as we don't need low skilled immigrant workers', says Migration Watch

UK needs work permits to keep out low-skilled immigrants, says Migration Watch chair

'UK needs work permits to keep out low-skilled immigrants'

Lord Andrew Green says an 'objective analysis on whether we really do depend on immigration' is worth attempting

Peter Tatchell calls on Theresa May to act on 50th anniversary of part-decriminalisation of homosexuality

Gay rights icon Peter Tatchell calls for Theresa May to act on 50th anniversary of decriminalisation

Peter Tatchell calls for Theresa May on gay rights anniversary

The human rights campaigner called on the Prime Minister to make an apology on behalf of the nation on the 50th anniversary of the part-legalisation of homosexuality

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over importing EU workers

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over importing EU workers

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over EU workers

Our host spoke to the representative from the pro-EU thinktank about the Government's plans to bring in consultants on a post-Brexit immigration system

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

France wildfires: 'We thought the house was a goner', says Mike Hartley-Brewer

France wildfires: 'We thought the house was a goner', says Julia Hartley-Brewer's dad

France fires: 'We thought the house was a goner', says Julia's dad

The father of Julia Hartley-Brewer was one of the people evacuated in the Var region as a new fire erupted overnight

NHS: 'The root of the nursing shortage problem is money and nurses are taken for granted', says Royal College of Nursing

If our nurses didn't work extra hours the NHS would collapse, says union

If our nurses didn't work extra hours the NHS would collapse, says union

Josie Irwin from the Royal College of Nursing says there is a limit to the amount of personal emotional strains nurses can take

Donald Trump: 'Everything's fine, it's just media histrionics,' says commentator Charlie Wolf

Donald Trump: 'Everything's fine, it's just media histrionics,' says commentator Charlie Wolf

Donald Trump: 'Everything's fine, it's just media histrionics,' says commentator

Charlie Wolf defended the US president amid his latest controversy after an address to boy scouts in West Virginia

'We need to get rid of all private cars, not just petrol and diesel ones', says Baroness Jenny Jones

'We need to get rid of all private cars, not just petrol and diesel ones', says Baroness Jenny Jones

'We need to get rid of all private cars, not just petrol and diesel ones'

Baroness Jenny Jones says the Government needs to invest in public transport so people can get around without cars

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Donald Trump's regime faces yet more scrutiny after his son-in-law was questioned in The Senate

Donald Trump is reaching the point of no return, says professor

Donald Trump is reaching the point of no return, says professor

Dr Brian Klaas spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the White House advisor's testimony to the Senate and subsequent statement regarding a meeting with a Russian lawyer

Jeremy Corbyn's single market comments 'an extraordinary act of hypocrisy,' says editor Atul Hatwal

Jeremy Corbyn's single market comments 'an extraordinary act of hypocrisy,' says editor Atul Hatwal

Jeremy Corbyn's single market comments 'an extraordinary act of hypocrisy'

Atul Hatwal, the editor of Labour Uncut, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Labour leader's interview on the BBC

'Charlie Gard's parents should have always made the final decision on treatment', says journalist

It's right that Charlie Gard's parents had final decision on his treatment, says journalist

'It's right that Charlie Gard's parents had final decision on his treatment'

Chris Gard and Connie Yates have ended their legal fight for treatment of their baby after a US doctor said it was too late to treat Charlie

Monday, July 24, 2017

Monday, July 24, 2017

Henry Hill reckons David Davis' experience could actually count against him

Tory insider says members don't want David Davis as next leader

Tory insider says members don't want David Davis as next leader

Henry Hill reckons rookie James Cleverly could take over from Theresa May

'After Princess Diana documentary no contradictory reports can be made', says former royal spokesman

Diana documentary: Queen's former spokesman defends William and Harry for opening up

Former royal correspondent defends William and Harry for Diana documentary

Dickie Arbiter says the documentary is personal and honest and it was the right time to make it

'Gender reassignment could be made easier, but protections need to stay in place', says Kellie Maloney

Kellie Maloney: 'If the Government says you can wake up and change gender, that's totally wrong'

Kellie Maloney says gender transition process mustn't be made too easy

Boxing promoter Kellie Maloney says she believes feeling you're in the wrong body is a medical condition

Friday, July 14, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017

'People seeking to commit crime are realising the benefit of acid over knives', says Stephen Timms MP

Acid attack crisis: 'People see this is an easier alternative to knife crime, says MP Stephen Timms

'People seeking to commit crime are realising the benefit of acid over knives'

Stephen Timms MP spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer in the wake of the acid attack spree which occurred in east London on Thursday night

'It must become an offence to carry acid and those selling it must use judgement', says criminologist

'It must become an offence to carry acid and those selling it must use judgement', says criminologist

'It should be an offence to carry acid and those selling it must use judgement'

Criminologist and filmmaker Roger Graef says kids must be educated about the dangers of acid attacks

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Vince Cable says he believes Brexit will happen

Vince Cable backtracks and says Brexit will happen

Vince Cable backtracks and says Brexit will happen

Lib Dem leader-in-waiting says he simply raised prospect of u-turn 'as a possibility'

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