Julia Hartley-Brewer

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

'People are just upset that Donald Trump isn't honouring the US-UK special relationship', says former Republicans Overseas chair

'People are upset that Trump isn't honouring the US-UK special relationship', says former Republicans Overseas chair

'People are upset Trump isn't honouring the US-UK special relationship'

Donald Trump has said that Nigel Farage would make a great British Ambassador to the US, but Downing Street have said there is "no vacancy"

Monday, November 21, 2016

Monday, November 21, 2016

'The contents of resignation letters from the Child Sex Abuse inquiry will leave people disappointed,' says MP Tim Loughton

'The contents of resignation letters from the child sex abuse inquiry will leave people disappointed,' says MP Tim Loughton

'Letters from the child sex abuse inquiry will leave people disappointed'

Letters from lawyers who resigned from the Child Sex Abuse inquiry written to the Home Affairs Select Committee are due to be published tomorrow, revealing why they left

'If Marine Le Pen won, it would most likely be the end of the EU,' says political editor after Sarkozy is defeated in French primary

'If Marine Le Pen won, it would most likely be the end of the EU,' says political editor after Sarkozy is defeated in French primary

'If Marine Le Pen won, it'd most likely be the end of the EU,' says editor

John Peet, political editor of The Economist, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after Nicolas Sarkozy conceded defeat in the race to choose the French conservative presidential candidate

'Donald Trump's visit to the Queen will be the most highly publicised story across the world', says royal commentator

'Donald Trump's visit to the Queen will be the most highly publicised story in the world,' says royal commentator

'Trump visiting the Queen will be the most highly publicised story in the world'

The Queen will invite Donald Trump to Windsor Castle for an official state visit to the UK next summer, according to reports

Universal credit system doesn't penalise poor but 'helps people into full-time work', says Iain Duncan Smith

Universal credit system doesn't penalise poor but 'helps people into full-time work', says Iain Duncan Smith

Universal credit doesn't penalise poor, says Iain Duncan Smith

Welfare cuts will leave low income families worse off by more than £2,500 a year by 2020, according to new research published ahead of Philip Hammond's autumn statement

Friday, November 18, 2016

Friday, November 18, 2016

The Grand Tour: 'For the first time in years, the presenters look genuinely bothered', says TV critic

The Grand Tour: 'For the first time in years, the presenters actually look bothered', says TV critic

'For the first time in years, presenters look genuinely bothered on Grand Tour'

The first episode of The Grand Tour was released last night on Amazon Prime, and has received a brilliant reaction from the public

Lord Kerr: 'Had he said immigrants were stupid, the police would have charged him', says Peter Lilley MP

'Had Lord Kerr said immigrants were stupid, police could have charged him', says Peter Lilley MP

'Had Lord Kerr said immigrants were stupid, he might have been charged'

Lord Kerr said at a thinktank yesterday that the UK needs migrants because native Britons are 'so bloody stupid'

Cryogenic girl ruling: 'Sleeping Beauty idea is very attractive, but this boils down to a family dispute'

Cryogenic girl case 'boils down to a family dispute'

A 14-year-old girl who died of cancer was been cryogenically frozen after a judge ruled in her favour in a landmark case

Dubai rape case: 'Sadly a message is being given that you shouldn't report anything whilst on holiday', says rape centre

Julia Hartley-Brewer questions safety of Dubai after arrest of British woman who reported rape

Julia questions safety of Dubai after British woman who reported rape arrested

A British woman has been arrested in Dubai and charged with extra-marital sex, after telling to police that she had been raped, according to reports

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Donald Trump's "watering down the rhetoric" of his policies as he approaches presidency, says commentator

Trump-Brexit comparisons are flawed because America has far bigger race problem than UK, says commentator

Donald Trump is backtracking already, says commentator

Jack Graham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after it was revealed a registry of immigrants from 'terror-prone' Muslim countries is being considered by Donald Trump

Brexit: 'If we negotiate with inexperienced staff we'll be taken to the cleaners', says political editor

Brexit: 'If we go into negotiations with rookies the EU will take us to the cleaners', says political editor

'If we negotiate Brexit with rookies we'll be taken to the cleaners'

Ian Dunt spoke to talkRADIO after the Institute for Government thinktank warned that the Brexit process appears 'chaotic and dysfunctional' to outsiders

Black Friday

Black Friday must be taken with 'an enormous pinch of salt', advises journalist

Black Friday must be taken with 'an enormous pinch of salt', advises journalist

Harry Wallop had some tips for listeners looking to take advantage of the annual bargain day

Lauri Love: 'Extradition treaty is unbalanced because they don't need evidence'

Lauri Love exclusive: 'In America I'd die in detention - that's not right'

Lauri Love exclusive: 'In America I'd die in detention - that's not right'

The 31-year-old spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the cybercrime charges he faces in the United States

'If wages went up, British people may want the jobs of foreign workers', says Migration Watch UK

Britain's foreign workers 'have turned the minimum wage into the maximum wage', says Migration Watch UK

'If wages went up, British people may want the jobs of foreign workers'

Unemployment is now at an 11-year low but 95% of new workers are foreign, according to the Office of National Statistics

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Child abuse inquiry 'is doing a lot of good work' despite negative publicity, says NAPAC founder

Child abuse inquiry member says it's doing lots of good work that gets ignored by negative press

Child abuse inquiry 'is doing a lot of good work' despite negative publicity

NAPAC founder Peter Saunders has urged victims not to lose confidence in the inquiry into historic child sex abuse after the resignation of a high-profile lawyer

London Underground strikes: 'The network is creaking at the seams, we must have more front line staff', says the RMT Union

London Underground strikes: Mick Cash rattled by Julia Hartley-Brewer during feisty exchange

RMT boss Mick Cash rattled by Julia Hartley-Brewer during tube strike debate

London Underground staff have voted to strike over separate disputes about safety, staffing and industrial relations. It is believed that the strikes will take place in the run-up to Christmas

'Children need emotional stability, we shouldn't stigmatise home love', says stay at home mum

Stay-at-home mum criticises new study suggesting children of working mums develop faster

'Children need emotional stability, we shouldn't stigmatise home love'

A new study has claimed that children with stay at home mums develop less social and everyday skills than those whose parents go to work

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Lauri Love: 'Law's changed on Home Secretary's consideration on human rights', says extradition lawyer

Lauri Love extradition: 'Aspergers defence ruled out because of human rights law changes'

'Lauri Love's key extradition defence won't work because of law changes'

The computer hacker, who has Aspergers, faces 12 counts of computer hacking with a total of 99 years in prison if found guilty in US court

Brexit: EU visa-waiver system counters terror only with 'community intelligence', says counter-terror specialist

Brexit: EU's visa-waiver system for British visitors described as 'churlish'

Brexit: EU's visa-waiver system for British visitors described as 'churlish'

Counter-terror specialist Simon Trundle claimed the system will only work with help from communities across the European Union

'So we lose the Maldives, we can live with that' - Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Baroness Jenny Jones over climate change

'So we lose the Maldives, that's ok' - Julia Hartley-Brewer debates climate change with Green Party's Baroness Jones

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Baroness Jenny Jones over climate change

Scientists are 90% certain that 2016 is likely to be the hottest year on record, according to preliminary data

Dementia has often been dismissed it as 'oh well that’s old age', says nurse advisor

Dementia has been confused with simple old age for far too long, says nurse advisor

Dementia 'has been confused with simple old age for far too long'

Dementia, including Alzheimer's has now overtaken heart disease as the leading cause of death in England and Wales

Brexit memo: 'The government should articulate what it wants to achieve', says Open Britain

'Leaked Brexit memo' only reinforces case for MPs' Article 50 debate, says leading Remainer

'Brexit memo only reinforces case for MPs' debate'

A leaked memo about Brexit suggests the Government has no overall plan for leaving the European Union

Brexit memo "a masterpiece in self-publicity" by Deloittes, says Dominic Raab MP

Brexit memo 'a masterpiece in self-publicity' by Deloitte, says Dominic Raab MP

Brexit memo "a masterpiece in self-publicity" by Deloittes, says Dominic Raab MP

The memo the Times obtained was revealed to have been written by Deloitte

Monday, November 14, 2016

Monday, November 14, 2016

UKIP's Suzanne Evans 'disturbed' by Marine Le Pen-Nigel Farage comparison

UKIP's Suzanne Evans 'disturbed' by Marine Le Pen

Evans said there was 'clear blue water' between UKIP and French far-right party Front National

John McDonnell tape was 'depressing, but not surprising', says Jamie Reed MP

John McDonnell 'let's kick off' video was depressing, but not surprising, says Jamie Reed MP

John McDonnell 'let's kick off' video depressing, but not surprising, says MP

A video of the Shadow Chancellor inciting left-wing activists to protest against Labour MPs has led to a strong backlash against him

'Donald Trump doesn't have enough funding to deport 3 million people', says leading immigration lawyer

Donald Trump doesn't have the money to deport 3 million people, says immigration lawyer

Trump doesn't have the money to deport 3 million people - lawyer

Donald Trump has revealed that he plans to deport 3 million illegal immigrants when he becomes president

Friday, November 11, 2016

Friday, November 11, 2016

'The people who didn't show up at the polls got Donald Trump into the White House', says Democrat reporter

'The people who didn't show up at the polls got Donald Trump into the White House', says Democrat reporter

'The people who didn't show at the polls got Donald Trump into the White House'

Nikki Courtney, reporter at KTRH, expressed her real fear at the prospect of a Trump presidency

'Majority of terrorists we have to worry about are home grown', says former head of the national counter-terrorism security office

Former anti-terror chief says main UK threat is homegrown and attack could happen at any time

Former anti-terror chief says main UK threat is homegrown

The former head of the national counter-terrorism security office explained how the UK can't take its success at preventing terror attacks for granted.

Special UK-US relationship 'such a lovely myth', says professor

Special UK-US relationship 'such a lovely myth', says professor

Special UK-US relationship 'such a lovely myth', says professor

Professor Scott Lucas explained that Donald Trump's 'protectionist' America will affect chances of a trade deal with the UK

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Thursday, November 10, 2016

'The John Lewis advert covers the whole nation by using children and animals', says retail advisor

'The John Lewis advert is a bit American but it's brilliant', says retail advisor

'The John Lewis advert is a bit American but it's brilliant', says retail expert

Today the new John Lewis advert has been released featuring Buster the boxer dog, and it's already sparked heated debate

Donald Trump: UK in a good position "to establish links with key people" for US trade deals, says Gisela Stewart

Nigel Farage's plan to be Donald Trump's ambassador rubbished by fellow Brexiteer

Leave campaigner rubbishes Farage's Trump ambassador

Gisela Stuart, the MP for Birmingham Edgbaston, revealed more on the UK's position to negotiate with the new leader of the United States

Croydon tram crash: 'The tram service had an incredibly good safety record', says MP Gavin Barwell

Croydon tram crash: 'The tram service had an incredibly good safety record', says MP Gavin Barwell

'The tram service had an incredibly good safety record', says MP Gavin Barwell

The first of seven victims of the Croydon tram crash has been named as 19-year-old Dane Chinnery, more than 50 people were also injured by the crash

Donald Trump's election 'will send people a wake-up call', says community activist

Donald Trump's election is a worrying wake-up call, says Muslim activist

Donald Trump's election is a worrying wake-up call, says Muslim activist

Ishmael Lea South said that the new president-elect will help to bring people together

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Donald Trump: 'As politics get more volatile, turnout's harder to predict', says pollster

Donald Trump: 'As politics get more volatile, turnout's harder to predict', says pollster

'As politics get more volatile, turnout's harder to predict', says pollster

Most polls in the US Presidential election placed Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump within a margin of error

'Donald Trump won the election by internet trolling and could be the best president ever', says Breitbart journalist

'Donald Trump won with internet trolling but he could be the best President ever', says Breitbart journalist

'Donald Trump won the election by internet trolling'

Donald Trump has won the US presidential election, and columnist James Delingpole believes he could become the greatest of all US presidents if he addresses the Federal Reserve

Donald Trump could take America back to dark ages on gay marriage and abortion, says Peter Tatchell

Campaigner Peter Tatchell fears Trump will end gay marriages

The human rights activist also believes Hillary Clinton should never have been running against Trump in the first place

Donald Trump voters are 'optimists who think their country can succeed', says Jacob Rees-Mogg MP

Donald Trump voters are optimists who think their country can succeed, says Jacob Rees-Mogg MP

'Trump voters are optimists who think his vision can work'

Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset, claimed the Republican's supporters are tired of the 'liberal elite'

'Donald Trump victory left me in tears - what the hell have you done America?' asks Julia Hartley-Brewer

Julia Hartley-Brewer asks America 'what the hell have you done?'

Julia says Trump 'offers nothing but slogans, insults, and hate'

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

US election 2016: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? talkRADIO's presenters give their view

talkRADIO's presenters reveal who they want to win tonight

Sam Delaney, Julia Hartley-Brewer, George Galloway and the result tell us their preferences - and they certainly don't hold back

I'm a Celebrity: 'I’m deeply disappointed they haven’t got somebody like me in the line up', says Edwina Currie

I'm a Celebrity: 'I’m deeply disappointed they haven’t got somebody like me in the line up', says Edwina Currie

Edwina Currie is disappointed there's no one like her in 'I'm a Celebrity'

The line up for I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! has been announced

Comedian Erich McElroy's special preview about life under a Trump presidency

Comedian Erich McElroy's unusual vision of a world ruled by Donald Trump

Comedian Erich McElroy looks at life under a Trump presidency

The comedian revealed to Julia Hartley-Brewer what we could expect if Trump is elected to the White House

'Kensington Palace has confused newspapers with online comments', says former newspaper editor

Prince Harry Meghan Markle letter: 'Kensington Palace has confused newspapers with online comments'

'Kensington Palace has confused newspapers with online comments'

Kensington Palace has released a statement which claims Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle has been subjected to a 'wave of abuse & harassment' from the media

Sports Direct: 'Any confidence or trust that had been built up has been completely undone', says MP Craig Tracey

Sports Direct: 'Any confidence or trust has been completely undone', says MP Craig Tracey

'Any trust that had been built up with Sports Direct has been completely undone'

MPs claim there was an attempt to record their private discussions after their tour of the Sports Direct warehouse

'I'm certainly not a die hard remainer, I'm interested in electoral integrity,' says Professor Bob Watt

Brexit 'lies' whistleblower Bob Watt: I'm no die-hard Remainer

Brexit 'lies' whistleblower Bob Watt: I'm no die-hard Remainer

The Crown Prosecution Service is considering a complaint that EU referendum voters were misled by the Leave campaign and claims they made

'Project Fear was an absolute disgrace', says Sir Bill Cash

Brexit campaigner Bill Cash says Leave 'lies' were just errors of judgement

Brexit campaigner Bill Cash says Leave 'lies' were just errors of judgement

His comment follows a complaint being submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service claiming the Vote Leave campaign misled voters

'Vast majority' of Australia 'are baffled' by the US election, says reporter

Trump-Clinton war has left vast majority of Australians baffled, says reporter

Trump-Clinton war has left vast majority of Australians baffled, says reporter

Charles Croucher, a political reporter for Nine News in Australia, revealed his country's reaction has moved from amusement to horror

Monday, November 7, 2016

Monday, November 7, 2016

US Election: 'There's a bit of trepidation', says Sam Delaney live from Washington D.C

US Election: 'There's a bit of trepidation', says Sam Delaney live from Washington DC

US Election: 'There's a bit of trepidation', says Sam Delaney

Our Drivetime presenter will be presenting his show live from the American capital during the presidential election

Brexit High Court Ruling: Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Lord Falconer over verdict

Brexit High Court Ruling: Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Lord Falconer over verdict

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Lord Falconer over Brexit High Court Ruling

The former Labour lord Chancellor firmly believes that Parliament should know how Theresa May plans to negotiate with the EU

Friday, November 4, 2016

Friday, November 4, 2016

'We're only asking the government for its priorities', says Barry Gardiner MP after High Court ruling

Brexit High Court Ruling: 'We're only asking Theresa May to lay out her priorities', says Barry Gardiner MP

'We're only asking the government for its priorities', says Barry Gardiner MP

The MP for Brent North said Brexit can't be triggered on the basis of incoherent plans

Brexit High Court verdict: 'The Supreme Court will back the High Court's decision', says leading journalist

Brexit Article 50 verdict: 'The Supreme Court will back High Court's decision', says leading journalist

'The Supreme Court will back the High Court's decision', says leading journalist

Policy editor of The Times Oliver Wright believes MPs want a 'road map' of Theresa May's ideal Brexit

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Thursday, November 3, 2016

'The Brexit court case could ironically end up in the European courts', says MP Stephen Pound

'The Brexit court case could ironically end up in the European courts', says MP Stephen Pound

'The Brexit court case could ironically end up in the European courts'

The high court has ruled that Theresa May cannot trigger Article 50 without the consent of Parliament

'The judges got it catastrophically wrong', says John Redwood MP after High Court ruling

High Court Article 50 verdict: MPs don't really want a vote on Brexit, says John Redwood

MPs aren't bothered about voting on Brexit, says John Redwood

Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without a vote in Parliament after the High Court's decision

Parliament vote on Article 50 'doesn't bypass will of the British public', says Iain Wright MP

Brexit High Court verdict: Parliamentary vote on Article 50 doesn't bypass the public, says Iain Wright MP

MPs' vote won't bypass British public, says Iain Wright MP

The High Court ruled that the government can only trigger article 50 with Parliament's approval

Brexit High Court verdict: 'No-one told us MPs had right to veto Article 50'

Brexit High Court verdict: 'No-one told us MPs had right to veto Article 50'

'No-one told us that MPs had the right to veto Article 50'

Professor Steve Peers told Julia Hartley-Brewer he'd be 'amazed' if MPs voted down Brexit

'Football players should wear poppies and accept the sanctions', says former sports minister

England footballers should wear poppies and take the sanctions, says former sports minister

'England footballers should wear poppies and take the sanctions'

Fifa have ruled that football players will not be allowed to wear poppies in the England vs Scotland match on Armistice Day, causing much controversy

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