Julia Hartley-Brewer

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

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Katerina Lisenkova explains how the government needs to adapt to increased migration figures

Immigration: 'This isn't charity, the government need to provide services'

Immigration: 'This isn't charity, the government need to provide services'

Katerina Lisenkova explains that politicians need to adapt to cope with increased migration figures

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Tony Blair is right about a ground war to defeat ISIS…but it's not Britain's job

Tony Blair is right about a ground war to defeat ISIS…but it's not Britain's job

Tony Blair is right about a ground war to defeat ISIS…but not for Britain

High-profile Conservatives support the call for ground troops in Syria and Iraq - they just don't believe they should be British

'Finding an abused child is like finding a needle in a haystack. We're creating bigger haystacks,' says childcare expert

'We're wasting money investigating child abuse'

With one in five children being referred over abuse concerns, Andrew Bilson says 'it reduces the ability to find those who are harmed'

'I don't feel we've lost our connection', insists Jacquelyn MacLennan after supreme court rules expats can't vote in the EU referendum

Brexit: Government needs to come good on its voting promise to expats, insists EU lawyer

Brexit: Government needs to come good on its voting promise, insists EU lawyer

Jacquelyn MacLennan went to the supreme court to try to get emigrant ban overturned

Google HQ in Paris

'I wish we were more like France. HMRC are not aggressive enough and never challenged Google'

'I wish we were more like France. HMRC were not aggressive enough with Google'

Former minister Margaret Hodge bemoans lack of action from the UK government

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Travel writer Shafik Meghji says 'UK government has to err on the side of caution' on Tunisia travel warnings

Tourists to Tunisia remain a soft target for terrorists, claims industry insider

Tourists to Tunisia remain a soft target for terrorists, claims industry insider

Rough Guides writer Shafik Meghji urges against a relaxation of travel warnings to the North African country

Political journalist Peter Foster has claimed the Austrian elections reflect a rise in islamophobic views across Europe

Austria Election: Political expert warns that the far-right's rise reflects a growing trend across Europe

Austria Election: Political expert warns of a rise of nationalism across Europe

Commentator Peter Foster explains how Norbert Hofer's popularity is being echoed round the continent

Professor Karol Sikora says if you're unlucky the NHS can be 'comparable with a developing country'

Leading cancer expert compares some NHS treatment to that of a developing country

Cancer specialist says NHS care is 'comparable with a developing country'

Professor Karol Sikora says it's vital patients know how to get the best out of the system

Monday, May 23, 2016

Monday, May 23, 2016

Chilcot Report: Political expert highlights the potential fallout on former PM Tony Blair and the British Army

Chilcot Report: Former PM Tony Blair and the British Army likely to be 'hugely embarrassed'

Chilcot Report: Former PM Tony Blair and Army will be 'hugely embarrassed'

Political correspondent Matt Dathan says report will deliver an 'absolutely brutal' verdict

'Nothing is being done' - Khalid Mahmood slams the Home Office for failing to prosecute jihadists

Home Office 'has no idea' how many jihadists are in the country, says MP Khalid Mahmood

Home Office 'has no idea' how many jihadists are in the country, says MP

The Labour member for Birmingham Perry Barr says 'nothing is being done' to track militants who return to the UK

Fertility lawyer Natalie Gamble dismisses claims new surrogacy law plans puts parents before children

Leading fertility lawyer dismisses claims new surrogacy laws would not promote strong families

Leading fertility lawyer dismisses negative views on new surrogacy laws

Surrogacy specialist Natalie Gamble says new legislation will put children 'front and centre'

Fears over Turkey joining the EU are a 'classic Nigel Farage tactic', claims Damien Green MP

Brexit: Fears over Turkey joining the EU are a 'classic Nigel Farage scare tactic', claims MP Damian Green

Brexit: Turkey fears a 'classic Nigel Farage tactic', claims MP Damian Green

Concerns over high rate of Turkish immigration are just scaremongering, says minister of state for criminal justice

Friday, May 20, 2016

Friday, May 20, 2016

'We're saying to adults we're going to treat you like children' - Simon Clark from smokers group Forest on new plain cigarette packaging

Plain cigarette packaging 'treats adults like children and won't work' claims pro-smoking group

Plain cigarette packaging 'treats adults like children and won't work'

Director of smokers' group says new 'anonymous' labelling will make no difference

Dog law specialist Trevor Cooper calls for the closing down of irresponsible dog breeders

Canine-law specialist calls for a clampdown on irresponsible dog breeders following Blyth attacks

Canine-law specialist calls for clampdown on irresponsible dog breeders

Consultant for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home claims the dangerous-dog problem should be tackled at source

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Race for the White House: Donald Trump showed how weak Rebuplican candidates were, claims political expert

Race for the White House: Donald Trump showed how weak Rebuplican candidates were, claims political expert

Race for the White House: Trump showed how weak Rebuplican candidates wers

American political commentator Charlie Wolf claims the businessman was right to fight his campaign the way he did

EgyptAir crash: Aviation analyst claims it will raise UK airport security concerns if terrorism was involved

EgyptAir crash: Aviation analyst claims it will raise UK airport security concerns if terrorism was involved

EgyptAir crash: Aviation analyst says it will raise UK airport security concerns

Alex Macheras says 'the spotlight will shift closer to home' if the disappearance is ruled to be a terror attack

Pornographic websites are a 'sick joke', claims internet security expert

Pornographic websites are a 'sick joke', claims internet security expert

Pornographic websites are a 'sick joke', claims internet security expert

John Carr welcomes government plans to protect under 18's from online porn

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Police chief says 'resources are a problem' in dealing with domestic abuse following Theresa May's comments

Police chief insists 'resources are a problem' in dealing with domestic abuse

Police chief insists 'resources are a problem' in dealing with domestic abuse

Chairman of the Police Federation, Steve White, responds to comments made by Theresa May

Drug cheats: Sports science expert praises the International Olympic Committee for retesting athlete samples

Drug cheats: Sports science expert praises the International Olympic Committee for retesting athlete samples

Drug cheats: Sports science expert praises the IOC for retesting athlete samples

Professor John Brewer says it shows 'a clear intent' to stamp out doping ahead of the games in Rio De Janiero

Zero hours contracts: Union boss calls for government crackdown on controversial work practice

Zero hours contracts: Union boss calls for government crackdown on controversial work practice

Union boss calls for government crackdown on zero hours contracts

Steve Turner, the assistant general secretary at trade union Unite, claims the terms are exploitive

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Beyonce clothing range shock: Sweat shop labour is 'the injustice at the heart of the fashion industry', claims equality campaigner

Beyonce clothing range shock: Sweat shop labour is 'the injustice at the heart of the fashion industry', claims equality campaigner

Sweat shop labour: 'It's the injustice at the heart of the fashion industry'

War On Want's senior campaigns officer Owen Espley reacts to reports accusing Beyonce's clothing range

Labour MP Nic Dakin has called for the government to crack down on illegal schools

Shadow Schools Secretary Nic Dakin calls for government crackdown on illegal schools

Shadow Schools Secretary calls for government crackdown on illegal schools

Nic Dakin claims more needs to be done to address the issue

Monday, May 16, 2016

Monday, May 16, 2016

Manchester United fake bomb scare: 'People need to be sacked', insists security expert

Manchester United fake bomb scare: 'People need to be sacked', insists security expert

Man United fake bomb scare: 'People need to be sacked', insists security expert

Roy Ramm has condemned the blunder which saw Old Trafford match postponed amid fears for public safety

Friday, May 13, 2016

Friday, May 13, 2016

'It sends out another strong message' - Stephanie Hirst welcomes Obama order on transgender student rights

'It sends out another strong message' - Stephanie Hirst welcomes Obama order on transgender student rights

'Another strong message' - Stephanie Hirst on Obama transgender order

Stephanie Hirst believes the orders are a step in the right direction against transgender discrimination

Charity cheif Jane Powell has praised the Duke of Cambridge for his speech urging men to talk about their issues

Charity chief salutes Prince William for speech about male suicide

Charity chief salutes Prince William for speech about male suicide

Jane Powell, CEO of Campaign Against Living Miserably (C.A.L.M), hails the Duke of Cambridge

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Thursday, May 12, 2016

'People shouldn't be unduly concerned' about Northern Ireland-related terrorism, claims former SAS soldier Robin Horsfall

'People shouldn't be unduly concerned' about Northern Ireland-related terrorism, claims former SAS soldier Robin Horsfall

'People shouldn't be concerned' about Northern Ireland-related terrorism

Former SAS soldier Robin Horsfall reassures the public after a 'severe' warning of a terrorist attack from dissident Northern Irish republicans

Nicola Thorp, the woman at the centre of this week's 'high heels' row, is campaigning to change laws on women's dress codes at work

High heels row: Nicola Thorp asks 'what does it have to do with being accepted at work?'

High heels row: 'What does it have to do with being accepted at work?'

Receptionist Nicola Thorp hits back after she was told she couldn't wear flat shoes in the office

Donald Trump: 'The normalisation is beginning', claims political journalist Sebastian Payne

Donald Trump: 'The normalisation is beginning', claims political journalist Sebastian Payne

Donald Trump: 'The normalisation is beginning', claims political journalist

Sebastian Payne from the Financial Times explains how the businessman is changing his tactics after becoming presumptive candidate

'I think it's only fair to have transparency' - Media commentator Peter Jukes backs government plans in the BBC white paper

'It's only fair to have transparency' - Media commentator Peter Jukes backs government plans in BBC white paper

'It's only fair to have transparency' - Media commentator backs BBC white paper

Peter Jukes supports the idea of making the corporation more accountable and dynamic

'There is a corruption problem in the UK', admits Tory MP Matthew Hancock

'There is a corruption problem in the UK', admits Tory MP Matthew Hancock

'There is a corruption problem in the UK', admits Tory MP Matthew Hancock

The Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General claims there are problems in every country across the world

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Andrew Wood dismisses comments made by David Cameron on corrupt countries as 'not really significant'

'David Cameron was right about Nigeria and Afghanistan and if you think the UK is corrupt, try Russia' - Former diplomat tells talkRADIO

'Think the UK is corrupt? Go to West Africa or Russia' says former Brit diplomat

The Prime Minister was caught on camera talking of 'fantastically corrupt countries'

Ibrahim Mogra has slammed Greater Manchester Police for a man who shouted 'Allahu Akbar' (God is Great) during a terrorism training exercise, saying they shouldn't "perpetuate stereotypes"

'There is no evidence Muslims are a threat' says Muslim Council of Britain official after 'unacceptable stereotyping' by police

'No evidence Muslims are a threat' says leading UK imam who slams 'stereotyping'

The Assistant Secretary General from the Muslim Council of Britain says "1.3 billion Muslims around the world are having to carry the blame for actions we totally condemn"

Peter Bone MP has labeled the European Union as the "most corrupt organisation"

'The most corrupt organisation' - Peter Bone slams the European Union

'The most corrupt organisation' - Peter Bone slams the European Union

The MP for Wellingborough weighs into the row following David Cameron's comments about Nigeria and Afghanistan

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Could you be accidentally breaking the law? Litigation expert claims we need better communication with our neighbours

Could you be accidentally breaking the law? Litigation expert claims we need better communication with our neighbours

Could you be accidentally breaking the law? Neighbours need better communication

Danielle Clements claims we need to be mindful of irritating our neighbours

Britain is in 'a good place' to deal with a terror attack, claims security expert Will Geddes

Britain is in 'a good place' to deal with a terror attack, claims security expert Will Geddes

Britain is in 'a good place' to deal with terror attack, claims security expert

Will Geddes shared his insight into the terror training which took place in Manchester on Tuesday

Property expert Henry Pryor has backed possible plans to ban 'gazumping' and claims the great British public aren't knowledgeable enough to negotiate housing deals

Property expert Henry Pryor backs possible government plans to outlaw 'gazumping'

Property expert backs possible government plans to outlaw 'gazumping'

Henry Pryor believe adopting the Scottish system is the way forward

Revenge Porn: 'The public will be concerned' following Olly Whiting caution, claims internet security expert

Revenge Porn: 'The public will be concerned' following Olly Whiting caution, claims internet security expert

Revenge Porn: 'The public will be concerned' following Olly Whiting caution

Internet security consultant John Carr brands police action 'weak'

Campaigner Rose Gentle has demanded answers from the upcoming Chilcot report, saying she wants to know why armed forces were sent into Iraq in 2003

Chilcot Report: 'I want to hear why they went into Iraq', insists mother of soldier killed in the conflict

Chilcot Report: 'I want to hear why they went into Iraq', says bereaved mother

Rose Gentle demands answers from the upcoming report and expresses her anger at Tony Blair's 'lies'

Monday, May 9, 2016

Monday, May 9, 2016

'It's a national health service, not an international health service' - Taxpayers' Alliance research director Alex Wild backs NHS surcharge for migrants

'It's a national health service, not an international health service' - Tax expert backs NHS charge on care for non-EU migrants

'It's a national health service, not an international health service'

Alex Wild from the Taxpayers' Alliance backs the NHS charge on care for non-EU migrants

New study into eco-friendly car emissions 'may be wrong', claims managing editor of Next Green Car

New study into eco-friendly car emissions 'may be wrong', claims managing editor of Next Green Car

New study into eco-friendly car emissions 'may be wrong', claims expert

Doctor Ben Lane disagrees with the results of recent research

Friday, May 6, 2016

Friday, May 6, 2016

Using self-defence against bullies could 'escalate the violence', claims martial arts expert Steve Jones

Using self-defence against bullies could 'escalate the violence', claims martial arts expert Steve Jones

Using self-defence against bullies could 'escalate violence', claims expert

Steve Jones on the dangers of fighting fire with fire

'People thought we were dead and buried but there are signs of life' - Norman Lamb MP on the Liberal Democrat election gains

'People thought we were dead and buried but there are signs of life' - Norman Lamb MP on the Liberal Democrat election gains

'There are signs of life' - Norman Lamb on Lib Dem election gains

The MP for Norfolk North is positive about the future following 'green shoot' election results

Nigel Farage has told talkRADIO winning the EU referendum means more to him than UKIP

Nigel Farage: 'Winning EU referendum means more to me than UKIP'

Nigel Farage: 'Winning EU referendum means more to me than UKIP'

MEP for south-east England insists he 'wants his country back'

'Jeremy Corbyn must stay, he's a priceless asset for UKIP!', claims Nigel Farage

'Jeremy Corbyn must stay, he's a priceless asset for UKIP!', claims Nigel Farage

'Jeremy Corbyn must stay, he's a priceless asset for UKIP!', claims Nigel Farage

Party rival offers tongue in cheek defence of the beleaguered Labour leader

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Thursday, May 5, 2016

'It is education and social policy, with over emphasis on Generation Snowflake: Students are too scared to voice an opinion, claims author Claire Fox afe-guarding' - author Claire Fox claims students are too fearful of challenging ideas

Generation Snowflake: Students are too scared to voice an opinion, claims author Claire Fox

Generation Snowflake: Author Fox says students are too scared to have an opinion

Her new book, 'I Find That Offensive', tackles the idea of people being afraid to challenge opposing views

'It was doomed from the beginning' - The Sun's former deputy editor Neil Wallis on the closure of New Day

'It was doomed from the beginning' - The Sun's former deputy editor Neil Wallis on the closure of New Day

'It was doomed from the beginning', Neil Wallis on the closure of New Day

Former Deputy Editor of The Sun discusses the future of newspapers

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Data sharing warning: 'People are going to start losing control of their information', claims expert

Data sharing warning: 'People are going to start losing control of their information', claims expert

Data sharing warning: 'People are going to lose control of their information'

Big Brother Watch research director Daniel Nesbitt outlines the dangers

Revealed: The secret to Donald Trump's success in US presidential race

Revealed: The secret to Donald Trump's success in US presidential race

Revealed: The secret to Donald Trump's success in US presidential race

Billionaire businessman is now the 'presumptive' candidate for the Republican nomination after rival Ted Cruz dropped out

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

'Brave and courageous' - Keith Vaz hails Jeremy Corbyn for launching anti-Semitism inquiry

'Brave and courageous' - Keith Vaz hails Jeremy Corbyn for launching anti-Semitism inquiry

Keith Vaz hails Jeremy Corbyn for launching anti-Semitism inquiry

The MP for Leicester East supports the Labour leader's swift action

Welcome to the Bank of Mum and Dad: Property expert warns teenagers will face stark choices as house prices spiral out of control

Bank of Mum and Dad: Property expert warns teenagers will face stark choices as house prices spiral out of control

The Bank of Mum and Dad: House prices will force teenagers into stark choices

Property expert Louisa Fletcher warns youngsters could have to decide between a degree or a deposit

Kids' Strike: 'We can't condone the action taken today', insists Association of Teachers and Lecturers policy advisor

Kids' Strike: 'We can't condone the action taken today', insists Association of Teachers and Lecturers policy advisor

Kids' Strike: 'We can't condone the action taken today', says Anne Heavey

The policy advisor for the Association of Teachers and Lecturers condemns the actions of parents who are protesting against the SATs tests

'Drug taking is not a major thing, they regard it as normal' - Professor Sue Pryce warns young people don't see the harm in drugs

'Drug taking is not a major thing, they regard it as normal' - Professor Sue Pryce warns young people don't see the harm

'Drug taking is not a major thing' - Young people don't see the harm

After a teenager took an ecstasy tablet and later died, there are fears risks aren't being taken in to consideration by youngsters

Friday, April 29, 2016

Friday, April 29, 2016

Prince overdose rumours: 'No smoke without fire', admits showbiz reporter Jack Hardwick

Prince overdose rumours: 'No smoke without fire', admits showbiz reporter Jack Hardwick

Prince overdose rumours: 'No smoke without fire', admits showbiz reporter

The Daily Star's Jack Hardwick on the gossip surrounding the singer's death

'It's both nature and nurture' - Early life can have a big influence on killers, claims criminologist James Treadwell

'It's both nature and nurture' - Early life can have a big influence on killers, claims criminologist James Treadwell

'It's both nature and nurture' - Early life can have a big influence on killers

Criminologist Dr James Treadwell discusses the findings of recent research

Flight safety expert Captain Martin Alder has warned that people not involved in aviation 'won't understand the risks' of drones

Drones: People 'don't understand the risks', claims flight safety expert

Drones: People 'don't understand the risks', claims flight safety expert

Captain Martin Alder calls for a practical solution to be found

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