Julia Hartley-Brewer

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Friday, June 9, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

'If Labour and Liberal Democrats had worked with us, Labour might be in power now', says Green Party

'If Jeremy Corbyn had worked with us he might be in power now', says Green Party leader

'If Corbyn had worked with us he might be in power now', says Green leader

Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Labour and the Liberal Democrats didn't respond to their letters

Election 2017: 'This is the most unstable Parliament since February 1974', says Ken Livingstone

Election 2017: 'This is the most unstable Parliament since February 1974', says Ken Livingstone

'This is the most unstable Parliament since February 1974', says Ken Livingstone

The former Mayor of London spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer live from College Green

'Second election is unlikely', says YouGov's Joe Twyman

'Second election is unlikely', says YouGov's Joe Twyman

'Second election is unlikely', says YouGov's Joe Twyman

The Head of Political and Social Research for Europe at the market research company told Julia Hartley-Brewer the coalition will do what they can to prevent it

Election 2017: 'SNP could be more influential because of the hung Parliament', says Humza Yousaf MSP

Election 2017: 'SNP could be more influential because of the hung Parliament', says Humza Yousaf MSP

'SNP could be more influential because of the hung Parliament' says Humza Yousaf

The MSP and Scottish Government Minister for Transport spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer live on College Green

Paul Nuttall resigns: 'Nigel Farage can be the next leader of UKIP if he wants to', says MEP Patrick O'Flynn

Paul Nuttall resigns: 'Nigel Farage can be the next leader of UKIP if he wants to', says MEP Patrick O'Flynn

'Nigel Farage can be the next leader of UKIP if he wants to', says UKIP MEP

UKIP MEP Patrick O'Flynn tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Brexit is now in jeopardy as Theresa May has made a huge mistake

Election 2017: hung Parliament has created 'constitutional crisis' ahead of Brexit negotiations, says PR guru

Election 2017: hung Parliament has created 'constitutional crisis' ahead of Brexit negotiations, says PR guru

Hung Parliament has created 'constitutional crisis', says PR guru

Theresa May has failed to secure a majority in the vote, and Jo Tanner told Julia Hartley-Brewer this is unprecedented with Brexit talks around the corner

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

TV presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton says 'I feel like I was baptised by elephant breath'

TV presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton says 'I feel like I was baptised by elephant breath'

Saba Douglas-Hamilton: 'I feel like I was baptised by elephant breath'

Saba Douglas-Hamilton tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that there is no reason why we can't have a modern world with elephants

Divorcee Graham Mills talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his court fight to make divorce fairer

Divorcee Graham Mills talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his court fight to make divorce fairer

Divorcee Graham Mills on his court fight to make divorce fairer and easier

Graham Mills is still paying maintenance to his ex-wife despite divorcing 15 years ago – and her overspending issues

'Schools need to keep communities thinking sensibly about terror and shouldn't add to scaremongering', says former head teacher

'Schools need to keep communities thinking sensibly about terror', says former head teacher

'Schools shouldn't add to scaremongering about terrorism and should be sensible'

Reports claim some schools are cancelling trips due to terrorism fears

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

UKIP's Paul Nuttall says 'Theresa May will struggle in Brexit negotiations and won't get the deal the public wants'

Paul Nuttall insists UKIP isn't dead: 'In 18 months we'll be bigger than ever'

Paul Nuttall insists UKIP isn't dead: 'In 18 months we'll be bigger than ever'

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that UKIP will gain more members and do better in the polls if Theresa May gets a Brexit deal the public don't want

Diane Abbott says she'll 'rejoin the fray soon' after being replaced as shadow home secretary

Diane Abbott says she'll 'rejoin the fray soon'

The shadow home secretary was replaced by Lyn Brown today as she recovers from illness

LISTEN: Labour's Barry Gardiner on Diane Abbott's 'long term illness' and 'feisty' Lyn Brown

LISTEN AGAIN: Labour's Barry Gardiner on Diane Abbott's 'long-term illness' and 'feisty' Lyn Brown

LISTEN: Labour's Barry Gardiner on Diane Abbott's illness and 'feisty' Lyn Brown

Barry Gardiner tells Julia Hartley-Brewer he hopes Diane Abbott is getting appropriate treatment and that she’s feeling better

Labour's international trade spokesperson Barry Gardiner has said Diane Abbott has a serious long term illness and replacement Lyn Brown is a feisty admiral plucky woman.  Diane Abbott has stood down as shadow home secretary due to ill health and Labour's shadow minister for policing Lyn Brown will be taking over.  Gardiner told Julia Hartley-Brewer: "Let me say that I think Diane is clearly not well, and I understand that it’s a condition which has been diagnosed and is long term and I think anybody who’s

'Lyn Brown is one of the most feisty, admirable, plucky women that I know', says Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner

Corbyn ally praises 'feisty, admirable, plucky' Lyn Brown

Labour's Barry Gardiner tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that new shadow home secretary Lyn Brown fights hardest for people at the bottom of the pile

Labour's Barry Gardiner says his understanding is that Diane Abbott has a serious long term illness

Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner: 'Diane Abbott has a long-term illness... but I'm not sure what it is'

Corbyn ally: 'Diane Abbott has a long-term illness... but I'm not sure what'

Barry Gardiner says Abbott has been diagnosed but he's not sure what with.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

'Donald Trump has thrown a verbal fireball about Sadiq Khan to make the headlines about himself and his measures'

'Donald Trump has thrown fireball at Sadiq Khan to steal headlines from London terror victims'

'Trump has thrown fireball at Sadiq Khan to steal headlines from London victims'

International politics professor Scott Lucas tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Donald Trump may be trying to whip up a climate of fear

Khuram Butt: 'Intelligence agencies have shown grave negligence and someone needs to be accountable', says think tank

Khuram Butt: 'Intelligence agencies have shown grave negligence and someone needs to be accountable', says thinktank

Khuram Butt: 'Intelligence agencies have shown grave negligence'

Executive director of anti-radicalisation thinktank Quilliam tells Julia Hartley-Brewer says security services failed and someone must take responsibility

Monday, June 5, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

Some political leaders are 'guilty people, they are people who are facilitating the extremists', says author Douglas Murray

Jeremy Corbyn is guilty of facilitating UK terror attacks, says author Douglas Murray

Corbyn is guilty of facilitating UK terror attacks, says author Douglas Murray

Author Douglas Murray tells Julia Hartley-Brewer 'it would be madness for the country to put its future in Jeremy Corbyn, the only viable candidate is Theresa May'

'The fight against terrorism needs big brains, big thoughts and then practical actions', says journalist

Jeremy Corbyn is right to flag police cuts, says journalist

Jeremy Corbyn is right to flag police cuts, says journalist

Evening Standard defence editor Robert Fox tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that superficial slogans won't get us anywhere

Corbyn ally Peter Dowd: Labour leader would back shoot-to-kill if terrorists ignored warning

Corbyn would back shoot-to-kill if terrorists ignored warning, says ally

Peter Dowd tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Theresa May has ignored everybody over police and security cuts and it shows her arrogance

Terrorism: 'It’s time to speak up and stand up', says former police chief

Terrorism: 'It’s time to speak up and stand up', says former police chief Nazir Afzal

Terrorism: 'It’s time to speak up and stand up', says former police chief

Nazir Afzal tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that everyone has a responsibility to work against terrorism

'The state has a responsibility to integrate people in the UK and we must fight the root of terrorism'

Julia Hartley-Brewer on London Attacks: 'When we say this has nothing to do with Islam, we lose our grip on reality'

Julia: By saying 'this is nothing to do with Islam' we lose touch with reality

Dr Alan Mendoza tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that some people who want to shut down the debate on radicalism call others Islamophobic

'The public must be told to expect terrorist attack and be prepared to deal with them', says former security spokesperson

London Bridge: The next attack will take place this week, says former Tory security chief

The next attack will take place this week, says former Tory security chief

A terrorist attack took place at London Bridge, leaving seven people dead

Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday, June 2, 2017

Emily Thornberry thinks 'Labour has a really strong chance of winning the general election'

Emily Thornberry thinks 'Labour has a really strong chance of winning the general election'

Emily Thornberry: 'Labour has a really strong chance of winning the election'

The shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry made the comments at The Sun Talks debate

'Politicians claim they're saving us from climate change to deflect attention from other problems', says Global Warming Policy Foundation

Donald Trump totally right to quit Paris deal, says climate change sceptic Lord Lawson

Trump totally right to quit Paris deal, says climate change sceptic Lord Lawson

Lord Nigel Lawson tells Julia Hartley-Brewer there is no great threat to the planet from climate change

'The Conservatives are so arrogant the only numbers in the manifesto are page numbers', says Labour's Emily Thornberry

'Theresa May is so arrogant the only numbers in the manifesto are page numbers', says Labour's Emily Thornberry

Thornberry: 'Tories are too arrogant to even cost their manifesto'

Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Conservatives' Boris Johnson, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn took part in a debate on Thursday

Emily Thornberry says Labour is a collective of talent but the Tories think this is a Presidential election

Emily Thornberry mocked for saying Labour is a collective of talent

Emily Thornberry mocked for saying Labour is a collective of talent

Emily Thornberry was speaking at a debate alongside the Conservatives' Boris Johnson, UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn and the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable

'If Jeremy Corbyn wins the election, Brussels will only offer us a bad deal', says UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

Jeremy Corbyn would be forced to abandon Brexit as he couldn't get a good deal, says UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

Corbyn would be forced to abandon Brexit, says UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

Julia Hartley-Brewer hosted a debate with UKIP's Patrick OFlynn, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Conservatives Boris Johnson and the Liberal Democrats Vince Cable

Cable ridiculed Johnson during the SunTalks debate

Vince Cable: Boris Johnson tried to give teetotal Indians whiskey - how can he understand Brexit?

Cable ridicules Boris for giving teetotal Indians whiskey

The Conservatives' Boris Johnson, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn took part in a debate

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn says he was the calm voice at The Sun Talks debate, as Boris Johnson is asked to stop talking

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn at SunTalks debate: 'It's rare we're the voice of calm'

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn at SunTalks debate: 'It's rare we're the voice of calm'

Julia Hartley-Brewer held a debate with the Conservatives' Boris Johnson, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

Emily Thornberry says 'Theresa May wants to do whatever she wants with the country with no accountability'

SunTalks: Emily Thornberry says 'Theresa May wants all power, no accountability'

Thornberry: Theresa May wants all power, no accountability

Emily Thornberry made the comments at The Sun Talks Election Special Debate in association with talkRADIO

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Donald Trump: 'The Chinese aren't stupid and don't believe in the Paris climate deal either', says columnist

Donald Trump is right to pull out of Paris climate deal, says James Delingpole

Trump is right to pull out of Paris deal, says James Delingpole

Breitbart columnist and climate change denier tells Julia Hartley-Brewer money spent on this issue would be better spent on clean water and eradicating diseases

Ian Paterson victim tells Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'I was just a hobby, he was playing god'

Ian Paterson victim tells Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'I was just a hobby, he was playing god'

Ian Paterson victim says, 'I was just a hobby, he was playing god'

A victim of Ian Paterson tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that what he has done is unforgivable and others must have known it was going on at the time

'Jeremy Corbyn was waiting to see how well the Tories were doing, before annoucing decision on debate', says New European

'Jeremy Corbyn didn't change his mind - he was just waiting for Theresa May', says Paul Mason

'Corbyn didn't change his mind - he was just waiting for Theresa May'

Paul Mason tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he isn't sure whether Jeremy Corbyn actually changed his decision on the debate

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Kabul bomb: 'Isis aim for global publicity to recruit more members', says RUSI

Kabul bomb: 'Isis wants to be the go-to organisation for sadism'

Kabul bomb: 'Isis wants to be the go-to organisation for sadism'

Margaret Gilmore, of the RUSI thinktank, tells Julia Hartley-Brewer Isis want to be the go to organisation for extremism

Lawyer says there is no secret to Labour's immigration plans

Labour has no 'secret plan' to open Britain's borders to unskilled EU workers, says immigration lawyer

Labour has no secret plan to offer visas to unskilled EU workers, says lawyer

Immigration lawyer Harjap Singh Bhangal tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that we need solutions to immigration, not targets

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

'Zookeeper tiger death is a reminder that these animals are not a joke', says zoologist

'Zookeeper Rosa King death is a reminder that tigers are no joke', says zoologist

'Zookeeper Rosa King death is a reminder that tigers are no joke', says expert

Zoologist Sasha Norris tells Julia Hartley-Brewer tigers are more likely to attack humans if they are raised with them

'The Tory social care policy isn't a dementia tax, cancer will kill you, dementia won’t', says journalist

Theresa May supporter defends Tory social care policy and says 'dementia doesn't kill you'

Theresa May supporter defends social care policy: 'Dementia doesn't kill you'

The co-editor of The Conservative Woman Laura Perrins tells Julia Hartley-Brewer the problem with social care is the length of time people need it

Friday, May 26, 2017

Friday, May 26, 2017

'Jeremy Corbyn's speech is grotesquely timed and deepens Manchester victim's pain', says Human Security Centre

'Jeremy Corbyn's speech is grotesquely timed and deepens Manchester victims' pain', says man who fled Taliban

Jeremy Corbyn's speech is grotesquely timed, says man who fled Taliban

Rohullah Yakobi tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn is causing victims to doubt their own values

'Jeremy Corbyn's speech isn't an excuse for terrorists, it's about the values in our democracy', says Labour's Barry Gardiner

Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner insists his speech isn't an excuse for terrorism

Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner insists his speech isn't an excuse for terrorism

Labour candidate Barry Gardiner argued with Julia Hartley-Brewer over Jeremy Corbyn's speech as campaigning resumes

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Labour's Barry Gardiner over Diane Abbott's lack of media appearances

Julia clashes with Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner over Diane Abbott's response to Manchester attack

Julia clashes with Corbyn ally over Diane Abbott's response to Manchester

Julia Hartley-Brewer asked Labour's Barry Gardiner why Diane Abbott hasn't made media appearances about the Manchester terror attack

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Thursday, May 25, 2017

'We are not exploiting the Manchester terror attack as the manifesto was printed before the incident', says UKIP

'We are not exploiting the Manchester terror attack as the manifesto was printed before the incident', says UKIP No.2 Peter Whittle

We are not exploiting the terror attack, say UKIP

UKIP deputy leader Peter Whittle tells Julia Hartley-Brewer the party was right to release the manifesto as we shouldn't let terror attack affect normal life

'US leaks are undermining, but we shouldn't get worked up about it', says former intelligence committee chair

'US leaks undermine us, but we shouldn't get worked up about them', says former intelligence committee chair

'US leaks are undermining, but we shouldn't get worked up about it'

Conservative candidate Dominic Grieve tells Julia Hartley-Brewer US leaks about the Manchester terror attack are irritating but will hopefully stop

'US leaks about Manchester are a blip, it won't affect our powerful alliance', says politics professor

'US leaks about Manchester are a blip, it won't affect our powerful alliance', says politics professor

'US leaks about Manchester are a blip, it won't affect our powerful alliance'

Professor of International Politics Inderjeet Parmar tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the US media has a culture of wanting to create sensational reports

'It's a disgrace to say the threat level has been raised to benefit Theresa May's popularity', says former counter-terrorism detective

'It's a disgrace to say the threat level was raised to help Theresa May', says former counter-terror detective

'It's a disgrace to say the threat level has been raised to benefit Theresa May'

The UK's terror threat level has been raised to critical and some have claimed this is a benefit to Theresa May in the general election

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

'We need to deport suspected extremists to protect ourselves', says Colonel Richard Kemp

'We need to deport suspected extremists to protect Britain', says former Cobra intelligence chair

'We must deport suspected extremists to protect Britain', says ex-Cobra member

Colonel Richard Kemp believes those who have been to other countries to fight with Isis should not be allowed back in the UK

'We need to restart the election campaign to show we're bigger than the terror attack', says Jewish Chronicle

'Election campaign hiatus is unfair on Jeremy Corbyn, says Jewish Chronicle editor

'We need to restart the election campaign to honour those who died'

Pollard tells Julia Hartley-Brewer we must resume campaigning to honour the dead.

Julia Hartley-Brewer says anyone who's been to Syria or Iraq should be watched 24/7

Julia Hartley-Brewer says anyone who's been to Syria or Iraq to fight should be behind bars

Julia: Anyone who's been to Syria or Iraq to fight should be behind bars

Friends of the Manchester terrorist Salman Abedi have claimed he recently visited Libya, while French interior minister says he went to Syria

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Manchester Arena: 'Liverpool shows absolute solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Manchester', says Liverpool city mayor

'Liverpool shows absolute solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Manchester', says city's mayor

'Liverpool shows solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Manchester'

Liverpool police have been deployed to Manchester to help with police efforts there, after a terror attack took place last night

Manchester Arena: 'Terrorism is a form of politics so it needs a political response', says Quilliam

Manchester Arena: Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and other leaders must clarify how they plan to stop this, says Quilliam leader

Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and other leaders must clarify their plans'

After a suicide bomber attacked the Manchester Arena last night, Jonathan Russell from Quilliam is calling for politicians to put a long-term terrorism prevention strategy in place

Manchester Arena: 'It was eerily quiet in the city centre hours after the bomb'

Manchester Arena: 'It was eerily quiet after the bomb' says man who offered to drive victims home

'It was eerily quiet after the bomb' says man who offered to drive victims home

Jordan Stevenson offered to drive people who had been stranded at Manchester Arena back to Liverpool

Manchester Arena: 'Terrorists will only succeed in uniting the country against them', says former counter-terrorism strategist

Manchester Arena: 'Terrorists will only succeed in uniting the country against them', says former counter-terror strategist

'Terrorists will only succeed in uniting the country against them'

A suicide bomber attacked Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert, killing at least 22 people

Manchester Arena: 'I felt the floor shudder, people were running and screaming with blood dripping down their faces', says witness

Manchester Arena: 'I felt the floor shudder, people were running and screaming with blood dripping down their faces', says witness

'People were screaming with blood dripping down their faces,' says witness

Last night a suicide bomber attacked Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert

'We are giving in to terrorism, we need action, politicians must tell us what they'll do to keep us safe', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

'We are giving into terrorism - it's time for politicians to tell us what they'll do to keep us safe', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

'We are giving into terrorism, we need action now', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

Julia Hartley-Brewer has spoken about the terror attack which killed at least 22 people in Manchester last night

Monday, May 22, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

'There’s no dishonor in dementia tax U-turn' says Conservative MEP

'There’s no dishonour in Theresa May dementia tax U-turn' says Tory MEP

'There’s no dishonour in Theresa May dementia tax U-turn' says Tory MEP

Theresa May has announced a U-turn on her social care policy

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