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The Liberal Democrat leader also spoke about Jeremy Corbyn and his 'ineffective' party
Armed police are set to start routine patrols in Kent, but one of the county's leading sociologists has said this might not be a good idea
The United Nations summit for refugees and migrants continues today in New York
Former counter-terror detective David Videcette explained why he thought the lone wolf theory wasn't true
Former England footballer Gascoigne was fined £1,000 for racially aggravated abuse, after a joke he made at his show in Wolverhampton
John McTernan said Labour party members 'don't know what they're doing' and Corbyn is simply making a power grab by including them in Shadow Cabinet selection
Security expert Will Geddes says bombing in Manhattan was planned very badly
Aviation expert Julian Bray highlighted the reasons why Gatwick airport needs to be expanded
Former aide to Nigel Farage has hit out at Ukip's 'self-cannibalising' members on day Diane James was elected in succession to Nigel Farage
The Sun's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster has lead to an emnity against the newspaper which has lasted decades.
Telegraph journalist Peter Foster says those in mainland Europe 'think we've failed to appreciate how marvellous the EU is'
Commentator Charlie Wolf thinks Hillary Clinton's health scare has given her rival a major advantage
Julia Hartley-Brewer heard the pros and cons of a new power plant in heated exchanges this morning
Harris says the list overshadowed Corbyn's success in PMQs and suggests Corbyn 'is from a tradition of left-wing politics which sees the Labour Party as an obstacle to true socialism'
Shadow International Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner criticises Patel's plans for foreign aid shake-up
Peter Bleksley also said he was 'disheartened' at news the Metropolitan Police continues to 'routinely discriminate' against black people in stop-and-search operations
TV critic Mike Ward also says people are outraged by the move as 'it seems such a BBC-type of show'
Researchers from the Sport Collision Injury Collective have called to ban rugby tackling in schools, over fears that they are at risk of serious injury
Investment manager Ben Kumar laments 'culture of non-accountability' in interview with talkRADIO
Politician and Leave campaigner Jacob Rees-Mogg says he was wrong about Theresa May and that he'd vote for Donald Trump if he were American
Dr. Laurence Gerlis explained how the Democratic Party candidate's diagnosis is 'highly significant'
The former Foreign Secretary has expressed cautious optimism about the ceasefire
Kate Andrews, of Republicans Overseas UK, made the comments after Trump claimed Vladamir Putin is a better leader than Barack Obama
The rogue state has conducted its fifth nuclear test, which South Korea believes to be the biggest they have ever carried out
A new report claims benefits of statins are underestimated and harmful side effects exaggerated, but not all doctors agree
New European editor Matthew Kelly says Theresa May is 'dithering to unify the Tory party'
In-flight magazine caused outrage by suggesting passengers should take precautions in areas of London with high populations of 'Indians, Pakistanis and black people'
Shareholders have been angered over the controversy on how Sports Direct is run, and are opposed to reelecting the company chairman
The family of 10 people are asking for at least six double bedrooms and say their current three-bed house is terrible
The Women's Equality Party want all models to have a minimum BMI and will make an official call during London Fashion Week on the matter
The Paralympics begins tonight with the opening ceremony, but Disability Rights UK has concerns over cuts
Anjem Choudary was sentenced to five and a half years in prison for pledging his allegiance to Isis
Choudary has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison after pleding allegiance to Isis online
After Cadbury's chocolate taster got her taste buds covered for a seven-figure sum, talkRADIO hears just how valuable those tongue receptors are
The Philae lander has been found by the Rosetta probe, two years after going missing
Next weeks junior doctor strikes have now been called off over fears for patient safety, as NHS England said there was not enough notice
Figures show more than 200 prosecutions since creation of law making it an offence to publish private sexual photographs or films without subject's consent
Black Lives Matter staged protest on the runway of London City Airport about the UK's environmental impact on black people
Keith Vaz has resigned from the Commons Home Affairs Committee after reports claimed he hired two male escorts
Former Ukip leader backs points-based control despite Theresa May saying the system is unlikely
A Falcon 9 rocket exploded at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in a prelaunch test, destroying an Amos-6 communications satellite
Doctor Hamed Khan tells talkRADIO how the NHS should be improved and why junior doctors are striking
The study found working-class kids might not know cultural rules routinely taught to children from more privileged backgrounds
The book features a number of political experts who reveal how voting habits influence elections
The presidential candidate recently took a trip south of the border to Mexico
Junior doctors will hold five days of industrial action later in September, which is thought to endanger 00,000 operations
Martin Le Jeune, who was written a report on the BBC, says decision to force iPlayer readers to pay licence fee only shows how far Corporation has fallen.
As Theresa May maps out the Brexit strategy, a former migrant maps out a strategy to 'get numbers down by about 100,000 with EU migrants alone'
Miller, chair of Parliament's Women and Equalities Committee, conducted a report which showed huge amounts of discrimination towards pregnant women and new mothers
Jack Graham says Trump's visit to Mexico may be a sop to moderate America - but suggests his own supporters are convinced of his hard-line stance on Mexico
A study by the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years shows 24% of childcare professionals have seen body confidence issues in children aged between three and five
Dr. Afzal Ashraf said there is a 'nothing particularly talented about him which can't be replaced or improved on by his successors'
Inspector Victoria Martin said interpretation of the guidelines on visible tattoos differs across the country
Panmure Gordon analyst Simon French says Apple's response could 'add strength to other countries'