Julia Hartley-Brewer

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

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

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

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

'Lavinia Woodward case moves clock backwards for male domestic abuse victims'

'Lavinia Woodward case moves clock backwards for male domestic abuse victims'

'Lavinia Woodward case moves clock backwards for male domestic abuse victims'

Domestic violence charity ManKind says the case has sent the message that male victims aren't taken as seriously as female victims

'Scale of Labour Party anti-semitism issue is being distorted', says Ken Livingstone

'Scale of Labour Party anti-semitism issue is being distorted', says Ken Livingstone

'Scale of Labour Party anti-semitism issue distorted', says Ken Livingstone

The former Mayor of London spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the latest anti-Semitism row to engulf the Labour Party after comments

North Korea: 'Donald Trump is distracted by NFL controversy'

North Korea: 'Donald Trump is distracted by NFL controversy'

'Donald Trump is distracted from North Korea issues by NFL controversy'

Chatham House fellow John Nilsson-Wright says he's worried that there's not enough dialogue between America and North Korea

Monday, September 25, 2017

Monday, September 25, 2017

Sir Malcolm Rifkind dismisses Hammond-Johnson reports of post-election text plot to unseat Theresa May

Sir Malcolm Rifkind dismisses reports of Hammond-Johnson plot to unseat Theresa May

Tory grandee dismisses reports of Hammond-Johnson plot to unseat May

The former foreign secretary said Philip Hammond and Boris Johnson were merely planning for the possibility of Theresa May resigning after the hung Parliament election result in June

'Labour Party conference has been reduced to clapping Keir Starmer and Q and A'

Labour activist Richard Angell says anyone found guilty of abusing Laura Kuennsberg should be kicked out

'Anyone found guilty of abusing Laura Kuennsberg should be kicked out'

Richard Angell, the executive director of Labour group Progress says the conference won't get to the important issues of Brexit

Friday, September 22, 2017

Friday, September 22, 2017

'If Uber goes to court it could still operate in London for a few years'

'If Uber goes to court it could still operate in London for a few years'

'If Uber goes to court it could still operate in London for a few years'

London commentator Dave Hill says it's hard to imagine London without Uber now despite it only operating for a few years

Brexit: Theresa May €20bn offer 'not quite the sweet spot for the EU', says professor

Brexit: Theresa May €20bn offer 'probably won't be enough for the EU', says professor

Brexit: Theresa May €20bn offer 'probably won't be enough for the EU'

The Prime Minister is to give a key speech to break the negotiation impasse in Florence later on Friday.

'The political class views the House Of Lords as a retirement club', says Electoral Reform Society

'The political class views the House Of Lords as a retirement club', says Electoral Reform Society

'The political class views the House Of Lords as a retirement club'

The Electoral Reform Society claims the number of House Of Lords members needs to be cut down

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Ryanair: 'Pilots are not treated as the highly trained professionals that they are'

Ryanair: Former pilot says 'we aren't treated like the highly trained professionals we are'

Ryanair: Former pilot says 'we aren't treated with the respect we deserve'

Former airline pilot Terry Tozer thinks Ryanair aren't being fully honest about the reasons for the cancelled flights

Millicent Fawcett: 'Having a statue of a woman near Parliament is delicious revenge'

Millicent Fawcett: 'Having a statue of a woman near Parliament is delicious revenge'

'Having a statue of a Millicent Fawcett near Parliament is delicious revenge'

Journalist Claire Cohen says it is disempowering to have no female statues in Parliament Square at the moment

'Catalonia and the government in Madrid are headed for a big confrontation', says editor

'Catalonia and the government in Madrid are headed for a big confrontation', says editor

'Catalonia and the government in Madrid are headed for a big confrontation'

John Peet, The Economist's political editor, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the escalating tension in Spain ahead of an independence vote in October

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

'There's no evidence anti-Semitic abuse online is from Labour party members', says Chris Williamson MP

'There's no evidence anti-Semitic abuse online is coming from Labour party members', says Corbyn ally Chris Williamson

'No evidence anti-Semitic abuse online is from party members', says Corbyn ally

The MP for Derby North spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the accusations previously made against the Labour Party

Brexit: 'Tory grassroots wouldn't have been happy with Boris Johnson's resignation', says editor

Brexit: 'Tory grassroots wouldn't have been happy with Boris Johnson's resignation', says editor

'Tory grassroots wouldn't have been happy with Boris Johnson's resignation'

Jonathan Isaby, the editor of Brexit Central, discussed the speculation surrounding the Foreign Secretary with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Brexit: 'Europeans would have to be crazy to force ECJ on security deal talks', says rear admiral

Brexit: EU would have to be crazy to frustrate security deal, says former MoD director-general

'Europeans would be crazy to force ECJ on security talks', says rear admiral

Chris Parry, a former Director General of the Ministry of Defence, said his belief the Europeans wouldn't stress the issue of the European Court of Justice to maintain the ad

Jihadist content remains 'widely and easily accessible' in the UK, claims think tank representative

Jihadist content remains 'widely and easily accessible' in the UK, claims author of new report

Jihadi content is 'widely and easily accessible' in UK online, says think tank

Martyn Frampton, the co-head of security and extremism at Policy Exchange, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the think tank's report

Monday, September 18, 2017

Monday, September 18, 2017

'Women need to know their options' about fertility, says TV presenter June Sarpong

'Women need to know their options' about fertility, says TV presenter June Sarpong

'Women need to know their options' about fertility, says June Sarpong

The TV presenter spoke to Julia about women's fertility and the workplace

Brexit: David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson and attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit: David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson and attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson over article, attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

The MP for Monmouth spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Foreign Secretary's Brexit article over the weekend

Parsons Green: 'Reality is terrorism is part-and-parcel of daily life', says Quilliam Foundation executive director

Parsons Green: 'Reality is terrorism is part-and-parcel of daily life', says Quilliam Foundation boss

'Reality is terrorism is part-and-parcel of daily life', says Quilliam boss

Adam Deen spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Parsons Green bombing

Friday, September 15, 2017

Friday, September 15, 2017

Parsons Green: 'This was particularly wicked as many children would've been on the train'

Parsons Green: 'This was particularly wicked as many children would've been on the train'

'Parsons Green attack was wicked as many children would've been on the train'

Former head of counter-terrorism for London Kevin Hurley says the police will struggle to investigate due to cuts and poor pay

Parsons Green: 'This is a catastrophic failure on perpetrators behalf', says former Met detective

Parsons Green: 'This is a catastrophic failure on perpetrators' behalf', says former Met detective

Parsons Green 'a failure on perpetrators' behalf', says former Met detective

Peter Bleksley spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the explosion which took place on the District Line during the Friday morning rush hour

'If North Korea hit a country with a missile it would be regime suicide'

'If North Korea actually hit a country with a missile it would be regime suicide'

'If North Korea hit a country with a missile it would be regime suicide'

Professor Scott Lucas says the North Korean missile launch is a blunt response to UN sanctions

Parsons Green: 'Hundreds of people were shouting run for your life and ducking in case of gunfire'

Parsons Green: 'Hundreds of people were shouting 'run for your life' and ducking in case of gunfire'

'After the Parsons Green explosion people were shouting 'run for your life''

Witness Ryan Barnett said the experience of everyone trying to get out of the station after the explosion was harrowing

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on George Osborne, his faith, and Jean Claude-Juncker's Brexit speech

WATCH: Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on George Osborne, his faith, and Jean Claude-Juncker's Brexit speech

Listen to the full interview with Jacob Rees-Mogg

The MP for North East Somerset and potential Tory leadership candidate came onto talkRADIO for a chat with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Jacob Rees-Mogg: 'Jean-Claude Juncker's Brexit speech proves we were right to vote Brexit'

'Jean-Claude Juncker's Brexit speech proves we were right to vote Brexit'

Jacob Rees-Mogg claims no deal is better than a bad deal for the UK ad the EU needs to get its act together

Jacob Rees-Mogg has said he's against abortion in all circumstances

Julia asks Jacob Rees-Mogg 'why did your God kill four of my babies?'

Julia asks 'why did your God kill four of my babies?'

Rees-Mogg was grilled on abortion by our presenter, who has had four miscarriages

'Unless inquiry produces fundamental change, there'll be another Grenfell', says North Kensington Labour councillor as inquiry opens

Unless Grenfell inquiry produces real change the tragedy will be repeated, says North Kensington Labour councillor

'Unless Grenfell inquiry produces real change the tragedy will be repeated'

Pat Mason, a Labour councillor in Kensington and Chelsea Council, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer as the inquiry into the tower fire opens

Grenfell inquiry: 'Government will have to enforce recommendations due to public pressure'

Grenfell inquiry: Government will have to enforce recommendations due to public pressure, says victims' lawyer

'Public pressure means Government will have to listen to Grenfell Tower inquiry'

John Cooper QC says those involved in the Grenfell Tower public inquiry want truth, justice, accountability and transparency

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

'Grenfell tragedy means sprinkler campaign will leap forward', says Jim Fitzpatrick MP

'Grenfell tragedy means sprinkler campaign will leap forward', says Jim Fitzpatrick MP

'Grenfell tragedy means sprinkler campaign will leap forward', says Labour MP

Jim Fitzpatrick, a former fireman who represents Poplar and Limehouse, backed the call to install sprinklers in high-rise flats ahead of the inquiry into the fire

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Labour MP to say a figure for public sector pay rise if party were in power

Corbyn ally admits he doesn't know how much Labour would increase public sector pay

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Labour MP to say public sector pay rise figure

Chris Williamson, MP for Derby North, spoke to our host about the Government's plan to end a wage cap for emergency workers

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

John McDonnell was just a 'bit excited' when he called for insurrection, says Labour activist

John McDonnell was 'just a bit excited' when he called for insurrection against Tories, says Labour activist

John McDonnell was just a 'bit excited' when he called for insurrection

Journalist Christian Wolmar slams 'Daily Mail story' says John McDonnell wasn't calling for violence during a speech

Brexit: 'EU withdrawal bill powers not really what people were voting for', says Jenny Chapman MP

Corbyn's shadow Brexit minister says Labour rebellion was 'expected'

Shadow Brexit minister says Labour rebellion was 'expected'

Jenny Chapman spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after the EU Withdrawal bill moves onto its next stage

Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017

Strictly Come Dancing: 'same-sex couples possible if show was on different channel other than BBC', says journalist

Strictly Come Dancing: 'Same-sex couples would be possible if it wasn't a BBC show'

'Same-sex couples would be possible on Strictly if it wasn't a BBC show'

Simon Glazin, a freelance journalist, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after the broadcaster confirmed it had no plans to introduce same-sex pairings

Hurricane Irma: 'A lot of people were thinking it was the end of the world' says journalist

Hurricane Irma: 'A lot of people were thinking it was the end of the world because of media scaremongering'

'A lot of people were thinking Hurricane Irma was the end of the world'

Dave Levene weathered the storm outside of Miami, and he spoke to Julia about his experience

Friday, September 8, 2017

Friday, September 8, 2017

'Lammy Review shows racial outcomes in criminal justice system are a mess', says research associate

'Lammy Review shows racial outcomes in criminal justice system are a mess', says research associate

'Lammy Review shows racial outcomes in criminal justice system are a mess'

Dr Zubaida Haque, a research associate at think tank Runnymede Trust, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the report published by David Lammy

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Pro-life campaigner refuses to say he'd support abortion to save the mother

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Pro-life campaigner refuses to say he'd support abortion to save the mother

Pro-life campaigner endures brutal grilling after Jacob Rees-Mogg comments

Doctor Anthony McCarthy from the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children had a heated row with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Dr Leon Sealey-Huggins attempted to blame the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma on inequality

Julia baffled by guest who blames Hurricane Irma devastation on inequality

Julia baffled by guest who blames Hurricane Irma devastation on inequality

Leon Sealey-Huggins claims countries like Haiti would be able to protect themselves better if they were given a greater share of the world's resources

EU withdrawal bill: 'There must be an alternative' to granting Government 'Henry VIII powers' says professor

Brexit: 'There must be an alternative to granting Government Henry VIII powers'

Brexit: 'There must be an alternative to granting Government Henry VIII powers'

Steve Peers, a professor of EU law at Essex University, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the clause which would grant the Government power to change any legislation

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

'The fight against gang violence must begin in primary schools', says journalist

Julia: 'Why is Meghan Markle bigger news than a child being shot dead in broad daylight?'

Julia: 'Why is Meghan Markle bigger news than a child being shot dead?'

Author Harriet Sergeant says adults have left boys to bring themselves up and create a terrifying existence

Home Office leak: 'Government are doing the right thing, abuses of our money will stop', says David Davies MP

Home Office leak: 'Government are doing the right thing and they should go further', says David Davies MP

'Government should go even further', says Tory MP after Brexit leak

David Davies, MP for Monmouth, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the leak of key papers to control immigration after Brexit

Kate Middleton: 'Don't buy magazines that publish intrusive celebrity photos', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

Kate Middleton: 'Don't buy magazines that publish intrusive celebrity photos', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

Julia Hartley-Brewer calls for boycott of magazines publishing intrusive photos

A French court has ordered magazine Closer to pay €100,000 (£91,700) to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for topless photos it published

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Nicola Sturgeon: 'If this is her most ambitious plan why didn't she do it earlier?'

Nicola Sturgeon: 'If this is her most ambitious plan why didn't she do it earlier?'

'If Nicola Sturgeon's plan is the most ambitious why didn't she do it earlier?'

Journalist Alex Massie says Nicola Sturgeon has a real opportunity at Holyrood today after a disappointing year

Kate Middleton: Hyperemesis Gravidarum 'a hugely distressing predicament', says GP

Royal baby: Kate Middleton's morning sickness 'a hugely distressing predicament', says GP

Kate Middleton's morning sickness 'a hugely distressing predicament', says GP

Dr Ellie Cannon spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the condition the Duchess of Cambridge is currently suffering from

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