Julia Hartley-Brewer

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

Monday, May 22, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

'The real reason Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia is money', says politics professor

'The real reason Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia is money', says politics professor

'The real reason Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia is money'

Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia and gave a speech commenting on combating extremism

'If Jeremy Corbyn doesn't become Prime Minister, he has to resign', says former MP

'If Jeremy Corbyn doesn't become Prime Minister, he has to quit', says former Labour MP

'If Jeremy Corbyn doesn't win, he has to quit', says former Labour MP

Telegraph columnist Tom Harris tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn's decision not to condemn the IRA could cause Labour problems

Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday, May 19, 2017

'In essence, Julian Assange and Wikileaks haven't actually leaked anything', says Peter Tatchell

'Julian Assange and Wikileaks haven't actually leaked anything', says Peter Tatchell

'Julian Assange and Wikileaks haven't actually leaked anything'

Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell believes Julian Assange won't leave the Ecuadorean embassy unless he is assured he won’t be extradited to the US

'It would take a lot of nerve for Republicans to vote for Donald Trump's impeachment', says US politics academic

It would take a lot of nerve for Republicans to vote to impeach Donald Trump, says academic

'It would take nerve for Republicans to vote for Donald Trump's impeachment'

US politics academic Simon Radford believes we should be sceptical about the possibility of Trump's impeachment

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Julian Assange: The real questions now fall on Ecuador, says lawyer

Julian Assange: The real questions now fall on Ecuador, says lawyer

Sweden's director of public prosecutions has dropped a rape investigation on Julian Assange

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Thursday, May 18, 2017

'Robert Mueller leading the Russia investigation is good news for Donald Trump', says former advisor

'Robert Mueller leading Russia probe is good news for Donald Trump', says former advisor

Robert Mueller leading Russia probe is good news for Trump, says former advisor

Ted Malloch tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that both Republicans and Democrats will respect Robert Mueller's investigation

Labour warns Conservatives 'not to take votes for granted'

Labour candidate says Tory manifesto is unfair and warns Theresa May not to take pensioners for granted

Labour candidate warns Theresa May not to take pensioners for granted

Labour candidate Richard Burgon tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that some of the Tories policies are morally wrong and unfair

Julia Hartley-Brewer says if a parent isn't feeding their child breakfast, there's a larger problem at home

Julia Hartley-Brewer on Tory manifesto: 'Why should we pay for parents' inability to raise their kids?'

Julia on Tory school breakfast vow: 'Why should we pay for rubbish parenting?'

The Conservatives have announced a plan to give primary school children breakfast

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated argument with obesity campaigner over medical study

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated argument with obese fitness instructor over medical study

Julia Hartley-Brewer rows with obese fitness instructor over medical study

Obesity campaigner Kathryn Szrodecki claims new report saying 'fat and fit is impossible' will damage people's mental health

'Europe doesn't believe in itself' - Author Douglas Murray reveals more about his new book 'The Strange Death of Europe'

EU's migrant crisis is rooted in German Holocaust guilt, says pro-Brexit author Douglas Murray

EU's migrant crisis is rooted in German Holocaust guilt, says pro-Brexit author

Author Douglas Murray tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Europe has lost faith within itself

'Many people will become homeless if we don't reinstate housing benefit for young people', says Lib Dems

Lib Dem manifesto: Candidate says housing benefit is vital to avoid homelessness crisis

Lib Dem manifesto: Candidate says housing benefit vital to avoid homeless crisis

Liberal Democrat candidate Tom Brake tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the government has an unrealistic expectation that all 18-21 year olds can live at home

'The press need to let Donald Trump get on with his job', says Charlie Wolf

Donald Trump supporter says Russia furore is all just a media conspiracy

Donald Trump supporter says Russia furore is all just a media conspiracy

Former communications director for Republicans Abroad Charlie Wolf tells Julia Hartley-Brewer the press must understand that Donald Trump works differently

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

'If Donald Trump shared information on Isis with Russia, it's probably appropriate', says Republicans Overseas

'If Donald Trump shared information on Isis with Russia, it was probably appropriate', says Republicans Overseas

'If Donald Trump shared information on Isis with Russia, it was appropriate'

Reports claim Donald Trump gave Russia's foreign minister information about Isis, but the President has claimed this is fake news

'I question whether the media should have given Ian Brady coverage, he craved attention', says Times' chief reporter

Ian Brady didn't know where Keith Bennett was buried, says reporter who covered his final public appearance

Ian Brady didn't know where Keith Bennett was buried, says reporter

Moors murderer Ian Brady has died at the age of 79 - and some have suggested he left letter revealing location of Keith's body

Monday, May 15, 2017

Monday, May 15, 2017

'The NHS cyber-attack is a wake up call', says security specialist

'The NHS cyber-attack is a wake up call', says security specialist

'The NHS cyber-attack is a wake up call', says security specialist

Cyber-security specialist Robert Pritchard tells Julia-Hartley-Brewer that companies must put better contingency plans in place for cyber-attacks

Some have taken Jeremy Corbyn's speech as a hint at retirement

Labour's Stephen Pound says Jeremy Corbyn retirement is a 'when did you stop beating your wife' question

Labour's Stephen Pound uses wife-beating analogy to discuss Corbyn retirement

Some have suggested Corbyn is ready to step down as leader of the Labour Party

Workers' rights: 'I couldn't afford to take a year off work unpaid', says work and pensions secretary

Workers' rights: 'I couldn't afford to take a year off work unpaid', admits work and pensions secretary

'I couldn't afford to take a year off work unpaid', says Damian Green

The Conservatives announced a plan which includes employees having a statutory right to a year's unpaid leave to care for relatives

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Full interview: Julia Hartley-Brewer speaks to Kato Harris, the teacher falsely accused of rape

Kato Harris, the full interview: Teacher falsely accused of rape reveals his hell

Teacher falsely accused of rape reveals his hell

Kato Harris told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the hell he was living in has now passed, but he still has terrifying flashbacks about being accused of rape

Kato Harris: 'People supported me, this nobody, I don't think I'll look at humanity in the same way again'

Kato Harris: 'I don't think I'll look at humanity in the same way again'

Kato Harris: 'I don't think I'll look at humanity in the same way again'

A crowdfunding page was set up to support Kato Harris' legal fees as he was falsely accused of rape, and more than 1,000 people donated

Kato Harris: 'If you become a male teacher you're buying a lottery ticket for false allegations'

Kato Harris: 'If you become a male teacher you're buying a lottery ticket for false allegations'

Kato Harris: 'All male teachers have a lottery ticket for false allegations'

Former teacher Kato Harris was falsely accused of rape in 2013, he now claims that all male teachers are at risk of being accused of acts they didn't commit

'Purpose of Labour manifesto leak was to knock Theresa May off the front pages', says editor Peter Edwards

'Labour leaked manifesto to knock Theresa May off the front pages', says Labour List editor Peter Edwards

'Purpose of Labour manifesto leak was to knock Theresa May off the front pages'

Peter Edwards, editor of Labour List, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the 43-page leaked document

Kato Harris: 'My survival instinct told me, prepare to go to prison'

Kato Harris on packing for prison before rape trial verdict: 'It's like digging your own grave'

Kato Harris on packing for prison: 'It's like digging your own grave'

Former teacher Kato Harris was accused of repeatedly raping a 14-year-old girl in 2013. Last year he was found not guilty after just a 15-minute deliberation from jurors

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Kato Harris: 'The hell that I woke up to everyday has passed, but I have terrifying flashbacks'

Kato Harris: 'The hell has passed, but the flashbacks are terrifying'

Kato Harris on his rape claim ordeal: 'The flashbacks are terrifying'

Former teacher Kato Harris, falsely accused of rape in 2013, tells Julia-Hartley-Brewer he's grateful he now only suffers everyday problems

'Electoral expenses rules must be reviewed to avoid confusion', says barrister

Election expenses rules must be clarified after Tory CPS ruling, says barrister

Election expenses rules must be clarified after Tory CPS ruling, says barrister

The CPS has ruled that no charges will be brought against Conservatives who were being investigated over electoral expenses

'Theresa May didn't tell people how to do chores, she only explained what she does', says former communications director

Former Downing Street comms director defends Theresa May One Show interview

Former Downing Street comms director defends Theresa May One Show interview

Katie Perrior tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Philip and Theresa May's appearance on the One Show was a good move and not at all patronising

'The electoral commission is partisan and politically motivated', says Karl McCartney

Tory candidate cleared by CPS attacks 'partisan and politically motivated' Electoral Commission

Tory candidate cleared by CPS attacks 'partisan' Electoral Commission

Karl McCartney tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the commission did not treat parties fairly

James Comey: 'The decision is sensible, legitimate and a benefit to Donald Trump', says Republicans Overseas

James Comey decision 'is sensible, legitimate and a benefit to Donald Trump', say Republicans Overseas

Julia accuses Trump voter of peddling 'fake news' in James Comey discussion

Donald Trump has fired FBI director James Comey over the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

'Young people need a life raft in the Brexit storm', says former Green Party leader

'Young people need a liferaft in the Brexit storm', says former Green Party leader

'Young people need a liferaft in the Brexit storm', says Green Party

Former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the Green Party are focusing on winning young people's votes

'If Government imposes an energy price cap, people will change suppliers even less', says energy expert

'If Government imposes an energy price cap, people will change suppliers even less', says energy expert

'If Government imposes energy price cap, people will change suppliers even less'

Energy expert Malcolm Grimston tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the UK is desperately short of power and needs more investment

'I want Jeremy Corbyn to be Prime Minister, he won't be able to do what he wants', says Labour candidate

'I want Jeremy Corbyn to be Prime Minister, he won't be able to do what he wants', says Labour candidate

'With Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister, he won't be able to do what he wants'

Labour candidate Paul Flynn tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the general election is nothing to do with Brexit

Monday, May 8, 2017

Monday, May 8, 2017

'Professionals actively encourage under 16s to have sex by giving them contraception', says Family Education Trust

'Professionals actively encourage under 16s to have sex by giving them contraception', says Family Education Trust

'Professionals actively encourage under 16s to have sex'

The Family Education Trust has a released a report which claims children are at risk of sexual abuse because underage sex is viewed as a part of growing up

'Labour's tax policy is shambolic and it won't work', says Iain Duncan Smith

Iain Duncan Smith warns Emmanuel Macron: 'French people will suffer if you take a hardline on Brexit'

Iain Duncan Smith says Emmanuel Macron is an 'absolute threat' to France

Iain Duncan Smith believes if Labour implemented its tax plans, it wouldn't have enough money to fund its policies

John McDonnell: 'It's totally irrelevant to talk about Marxism', says Labour's Peter Dowd

John McDonnell Marxism comments are totally irrelevant, says Labour's Peter Dowd

John McDonnell Marxism comments are totally irrelevant, says Labour colleague

Labour's Peter Dowd has stated that while he is not a Marxist himself, people should be focusing on Labour's current policies rather than the views of '19th century economists'

'Emmanuel Macron will be more beneficial to the UK than Marine Le Pen', says journalist

'Emmanuel Macron will be better for Brexit than Marine Le Pen', says journalist

'Emmanuel Macron will be better for Brexit than Marine Le Pen', says journalist

The Telegraph's Europe editor Peter Foster believes Emmanuel Macron won't accept Theresa May's vision of Brexit

Friday, May 5, 2017

Friday, May 5, 2017

Miss Sloane: 'Creating the film was an interesting challenge as the subject matter is unusual', says director John Madden

Miss Sloane director John Madden explains challenge of covering guns in America

Miss Sloane director explains challenge of covering guns in America

Director John Madden joins Julia Hartley-Brewer to chat about his latest film

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated argument with director of Education Datalab over grammar school tests

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated argument with director of Education Datalab over grammar school tests

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated debate with Education Datalab over school systems

Director of Education Datalab Rebecca Allen believes taking the 11-plus in Kent is like rolling dice

Home ownership: 'It's true the younger generation have it easy and expect too much', says property expert

Home ownership: 'The younger generation have it easy and expect too much', says housing commentator Henry Pryor

'The younger generation have it easy and expect too much', says property expert

Property expert Henry Pryor tells Julia Hartley-Brewer he's amazed at how many young people buy property with help from their parents

'Local elections confirm our preconceptions, but the general election could be different', says pollster

Theresa May shouldn't take June triumph for granted despite local election results, says polling guru

'Theresa May can't take June triumph for granted despite last night's results'

Professor of politics John Curtice tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the local elections haven't given us a big headline about politics

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Thursday, May 4, 2017

'One of the biggest myths about the Royal Family is that they work hard', says campaign group Republic

'How can anyone seriously say Prince Philip worked hard?' asks republican campaigner

'How can anyone seriously say Prince Philip worked hard?'

Anti-monarchy campaign group Republic believe that if anyone else in the public eye had made comments like Prince Philip has, they would have been thrown out of their job

'Adele could become Britain's richest musician of all time', says Sunday Times Rich List

'Adele could become Britain's richest musician of all time', says Sunday Times Rich List creator

'Adele could become Britain's richest musician of all time'

Adele earned £40 million last year, making her the richest solo female musician in the latest Sunday Times Rich List

'No one will begrudge Prince Philip for scaling back his duties', says royal correspondent

'Not even republicans will begrudge Prince Philip scaling back' says royal correspondent

'Not even republicans will begrudge Prince Philip scaling back'

The Duke of Edinburgh will no longer carry on with official public engagements from autumn this year

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Madeleine McCann - media lawyer points out injustice in attention devoted to case

Madeleine McCann: 'If the parents had been black and from a council estate, they might have been charged with neglect'

'Madeleine's parents might have been charged with neglect had they been black'

Mark Lewis was speaking to Julia Hartley-Brewer on the ten-year-anniversary of the little girl's disappearance

Gardiner said he is not among the UK's highest band of earners

Labour MP Barry Gardiner describes himself as a middle-ranking earner - on over £75,000 a year

Labour MP Barry describes himself as a middle-ranking earner - on £75,000 a year

Barry Gardiner made the comment despite earning three times more than the UK average

Brexit: 'Juncker regards a prosperous UK with friendly EU relationship as a threat to the Union', says MEP Daniel Hannan

'Jean-Claude Juncker regards a good Brexit as a threat to the entire EU', says MEP Daniel Hannan

Juncker regards a good Brexit as a threat to the entire EU, says Daniel Hannan

The politician spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the so-called Brexit bill, claiming the European Commission president is terrified that the EU's core doctrine of 'ever closer union' will be threatened

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

'Diane Abbott's interview was the most excruciating interview ever and unforgivable', says former Labour advisor

Diane Abbott's interview was the most excruciating I've ever seen, says former Labour advisor

'Diane Abbott's interview was the most excruciating interview ever'

Diane Abbott struggled to explain how Labour plans to fund its policy of putting 10,000 more police officers on the streets

'Brexit negotiations will be dirty, confrontational and not conducted secretly', says journalist

'Brexit dinner leak is Juncker's dirty attempt to divide and rule', says Telegraph journalist

'Brexit dinner leak is Juncker's dirty attempt to divide and rule'

The Telegraph's Europe Editor Peter Foster tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Theresa May is naive if she thinks Brexit negotiations will be completed in secret

'Reports of Brexit talks will show the Commission in a bad light around Europe', says trade negotiator

Jean-Claude Juncker has damaged himself by leaking Brexit dinner details to the press, says trade negotiator

'Juncker has damaged himself by leaking Brexit dinner details to the press'

Shanker Singham believes negotiation powers in Europe will be shifted from the Commission to council ministers quickly

Friday, April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

'The United Airlines passenger will have received more than £1 million in compensation', says PR agent

United Airlines victim David Dao will have received over £1 million, says PR agent

'United Airlines victim David Dao will have received over £1 million'

David Dao, the United Airlines passenger who was violently dragged from a flight, has received an undisclosed financial settlement

Julia Hartley-Brewer claims Donald Trump's children are 'little rich kids who've never done anything that hasn't relied on Daddy's money'

Julia Hartley-Brewer claims Donald Trump's children are 'little rich kids who've never done anything without daddy's money'

Julia Hartley-Brewer claims Trump's children always rely on 'daddy's money'

Julia Hartley-Brewer discusses Donald Trump's first 100 days in office with a member of his transition team

'Angela Merkel's Brexit comments on UK politicians are actually beneficial for Theresa May', says political editor

Merkel's latest Brexit comments actually help Theresa May, says political editor

Merkel's latest Brexit comments actually help Theresa May, says political editor

Angela Merkel claims British politicians are living under and illusion that the UK will keep its rights after leaving the EU

'The choice Marine A made in combat would have taxed Aristotle, let alone an ordinary soldier', says his lawyer

'The choice Marine A made in combat would have taxed Aristotle, let alone an ordinary soldier', says his lawyer

The choice Marine A made in combat would have taxed even Aristotle, says lawyer

Jonathan Goldberg QC tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the court system has been discredited by this case

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Thursday, April 27, 2017

'The northern white rhino Tinder campaign should raise money as well as awareness', says  Ol Pejeta Conservancy

'The northern white rhino Tinder campaign should raise money as well as awareness', says conservationist

'The white rhino Tinder campaign should raise money as well as awareness'

A male northern white rhino now has a Tinder profile, in a bid to raise money to help the species reproduce

Green Party co-leader claims it wouldn't be undemocratic to allow public vote on Brexit deal

Green Party co-leader claims it wouldn't be undemocratic to give public a vote on Brexit deal

Green co-leader backs second Brexit vote

Caroline Lucas says people deserve a say on final Brexit deal - but Julia Hartley-Brewer accuses her of lying in her interpretation of what leaving EU really means

'People aren't confident that Donald Trump has a coherent strategy on North Korea', says research fellow

'People aren't confident that Donald Trump has a coherent strategy on North Korea'

'People aren't confident that Trump has a coherent strategy on North Korea'

Senior research fellow Aidan Foster-Carter tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that after Trump's meeting there are no military options on the table

Property expert says he'll run down Oxford street naked if Jeremy Corbyn builds new social housing

Property expert says he'll run down Oxford Street naked if Jeremy Corbyn hits social housing target

Property guru vows to run down street naked if Corbyn hits housing target

Property expert Luke Doonan tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that greed is the reason that Governments haven't built good social housing

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