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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Alastair Campbell believes Boris Johnson should have remained a journalist

'Boris Johnson is a joke and Brexit is just a public school game to him': Alastair Campbell savages foreign secretary

'He's a joke driven by his ego': Alistair Campbell savages Boris Johnson

Campbell said Boris Johnson should never have entered politics and Theresa May's rift with her foreign secretary is worse than anything that happened between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown

Grenfell Tower: Six-year-old Yaqub Hashim becomes fifth confirmed victim from same family

Six-year-old boy becomes fifth confirmed Grenfell victim from same family

Yaqub Hashim's parents and two siblings had already been confirmed dead

The Big Debate on energy: 'Is the Government doing enough against energy? They're doing too much using energy to do it'

The Big Debate on energy: 'Is the Government doing enough against energy? They're doing too much using energy to do it'

'Is the Government doing enough against energy? They're using too much to do it'

The Big Debate was on energy today

Here's how Donald Trump might react to North Korea's ambassador comments

WATCH Donald Trump get increasingly angry as he listens to the North Korean ambassador ridicule him

WATCH Donald Trump get angry as he listens to the North Korean ambassador

We've obtained pictures of Trump listening to yesterday's interview with Sam Delaney.

Man arrested for sparking panic at Hinckley station with fake bomb alert

Man arrested for sparking panic at Hinckley station with fake bomb alert

32-year-old man arrested over incident on train earlier today

Police have released a picture of the fictitious 'A Shah' (West Midlands Police)

Police hunting man who wore fake PC's uniform to rob house

Police hunting man who wore fake PC's uniform to rob house

West Midlands police have released details of the man's elaborate scam

Golding and Fransen have long courted controversy for their extreme anti-Islam stance

Far right Britain First leader Paul Golding charged with religious harassment

Far right Britain First leader Paul Golding charged with religious harassment

Golding's deputy Jayda Fransen also charged over leaflet disribution

Police arrest woman at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terror offence

Police arrest woman at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terror offence

Police arrest woman at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terror offence

The 22-year-old had just arrived on a flight from Turkey

Hurricane Maria batters Puerto Rico with winds of 155 miles per hour

Hurricane Maria batters Puerto Rico with winds of 155 miles per hour

Hurricane Maria batters Puerto Rico with winds of 155 miles per hour

The storm made landfall as a category four hurricane on Wednesday morning

Hundreds of thousands of Muslims have been displaced in Myanmar

George Galloway: Why are none of these jihadists going to defend Muslims in Myanmar?

George Galloway: Why aren't any jihadists going to defend Muslims in Myanmar?

Our host asked the question during a heated monologue on the subject of the Rohingya

Donald Trump made an extraordinary speech to the UN

Donald Trump North Korea speech: 'The real worry is that he has no foreign policy'

'The real worry with Donald Trump is that he has no foreign policy'

Karin Robinson says Trump is clueless and it's making America look unreliable

Boris Johnson was reportedly on the brink of resigning from the Cabinet

Tory MP Kwasi Kwarteng: 'Cabinet differences over Brexit are greatly exaggerated'

Tory MP claims 'Cabinet differences over Brexit are greatly exaggerated'

Kwasi Kwarteng accuses Theresa May of over-playing Brexit divisions

Oriol Junqueras was arrested by officers from the Guardia Civil

Catalonia's Vice President Oriol Junqueras among 12 arrested in police raids ahead of independence referendum

Catalonia's vice president among 12 arrested in police raids ahead of referendum

Officers of the Guardia Civil raid public and private offices as pre-vote crackdown continues

City of London in lockdown as armed police deployed

City of London in lockdown as armed police deployed

Police deployed to Moorgate/Liverpool Street area

'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

Study finds Taliban and neo-Nazi content remains on YouTube after being flagged

Study finds Taliban and neo-Nazi content still on YouTube despite being flagged

Study finds Taliban and neo-Nazi content still on YouTube despite being flagged

Yvette Cooper, who commissioned the report by The Henry Jackson Society, said this was 'unacceptable'

Student jailed for 16 months after falsely accusing cab driver of sexual assault

Student Sophie Pointon jailed for falsely accusing cab driver of sexual assault after he rejected her kebab-stained money

Student jailed for 16 months after falsely accusing cab driver of sexual assault

Sophie Pointon claimed a driver had assaulted her after he refused to accept a £10 note covered in kebab oil

Major earthquake strikes in central Mexico, only weeks after Chiapas tremor

Huge earthquake strikes central Mexico, only weeks after Chiapas tremor

Huge earthquake strikes central Mexico, only weeks after Chiapas tremor

The magnitude 7.1 quake has killed more than 200 people across the centre of the country

Boris Johnson backs down from resignation brink with new Cabinet truce

Boris Johnson backs down from resignation with new Cabinet truce

Boris Johnson backs down from resignation with new Cabinet truce

The Foreign Secretary had indicated he would resign if his Brexit vision - outlined by his article in The Daily Telegraph - did not occur

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

North Korea has conducted a series of missile launches over recent months

EXCLUSIVE: North Korean ambassador tells Donald Trump 'we're ready to fight'

EXCLUSIVE: North Korean ambassador tells Donald Trump 'we're ready to fight'

But Alejandro Cao de Benos tells talkRADIO 'we'll never fire first'

Donald Trump gave an extraordinary address to the UN General Assembly today

Donald Trump UN speech 'will only encourage North Korea to develop nuclear weapons'

Trump speech 'will only encourage North Korea to develop nuclear weapons'

Dr Matthew Mokhefi-Ashton says Trump's speech sounded like a campaign address aimed at his own supporters

Parsons Green was struck by a bomb last week, the latest terror attack to hit the UK

George Galloway: Britain's terror crisis might have been averted if people had listened to me and Jeremy Corbyn on Iraq

Galloway: UK terror crisis might have been averted if people had listened to me

George Galloway says people should have listened to him, Jeremy Corbyn and Tony Benn back in 2003

Hundreds of thousands of Muslims have been killed, beaten or driven from their homes

Aung San Suu Kyi is fully aware of Myanmar atrocities, human rights director Meenakshi Ganguly tells George Galloway

Aung San Suu Kyi is fully aware of Myanmar atrocities, says human rights expert

Meenakshi Ganguly said what is happening in Myanmar is "a shocking, shocking disaster and the responsibility lies with the state'

Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden on the Boyzlife tour and working with each other

Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden on the Boyzlife tour and working with each other

Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden on the Boyzlife tour and working with each other

The two singers came by the studio to chat with Paul Ross and Carole Malone

Donald Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea

Donald Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea

Trump ramped up rhetoric against Pyongyang still further

Violence erupts after vigil for student shot and killed by police in Georgia

Violence erupts after vigil for Scout Schultz, the student shot dead by police in Georgia

Violence erupts after vigil for student shot and killed by police in Georgia

The vigil for Scout Schultz, who was killed in an encounter with police, turned violent after students protested at campus police headquarters

Birmingham man Mohammed Tabriz jailed for attacking two-year-old with machete

Birmingham man who attacked two-year-old with machete jailed

Mohammed Tabriz 'went on rampage due to suspicion his estranged wife was having an affair'

Myles Allen defended climate scientists on Julia Hartley-Brewer's show

Julia tells climate change author 'your figures have been totally debunked'

Julia tells climate change author 'your figures have been totally debunked'

Myles Allen faces grilling from our presenter after landmark study

Boris Johnson will quit if Theresa May opts for soft Brexit, says Telegraph

Boris Johnson will quit if Theresa May opts for soft Brexit, says Telegraph

Paper with close links to Johnson says he will have no option but to step down if Theresa May opts for a 'Swiss-style arrangement'

Two seriously injured after Russian helicopter accidentally opens fire on civilian targets during Zapad military exercise

Two seriously injured after Russian helicopter fires on civilians during Zapad military exercise

Two seriously injured after Russian helicopter fires on civilians

The Russian Ka-52 gunship 'accidentally opened fire' on civilian targets in footage seen on social media during the Zapad military exercises

West Midlands Police release audio of victim after man who posed as Justin Bieber lookalike is jailed for sexual offences

Police release chilling audio of 'Justin Bieber lookalike' grooming victim

Police release chilling audio of 'Justin Bieber lookalike' grooming victim

30-year-old Yohann Ramchelawon posed as a teenage boy to lure girls into sending him indecent pictures

Wayne Rooney leaves court after his sentencing yesterday (September 19)

Wayne Rooney's former lawyer says his £170 penalty is 'entirely appropriate'

Wayne Rooney's former lawyer says his £170 penalty is 'entirely appropriate'

Nick Freeman - who has also acted for David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson - says criticism of sentence misses the point

Grenfell Tower investigation can consider individual as well as corporate manslaughter cases

Grenfell Tower investigation can consider individual manslaughter cases

Scotland Yard says inquiry's manslaughter probe can extend to individuals

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

Anti-racism campaigners have condemned United fans for the Lukaku chant

Manchester United fans blasted for 'belittling Romelu Lukaku down to his genitals'

Manchester United fans blasted for 'belittling players down to their genitals'

Simon Woolley of Operation Black Vote says 'racism has no place in British football grounds'

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

Labour set to introduce path for a leftwing Jeremy Corbyn successor

Labour set to clear path for a leftwing Jeremy Corbyn successor

Labour set to introduce path for a leftwing Jeremy Corbyn successor

The national executive committee is set to implement a rule change to allow for a leftwing successor to the Labour Leader

Research suggests climate change is not as threatened as believed to be

Research suggests climate change not as threatening as previously thought

Research suggests climate change not as threatening as previously thought

The research was conducted by scientists at the University of Oxford

Oscar Pistorius state appeal to be heard by South Africa's Supreme Court

Oscar Pistorius state appeal to be heard by South Africa's Supreme Court

Oscar Pistorius state appeal to be heard by South Africa's Supreme Court

State argues that athlete's six-year sentence is too lenient

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

The Foreign Secretary caused controversy with an article written for the Daily Telegraph over the weekend

Hurricane Maria expected to strengthen as it moves towards Caribbean countries affected by Irma

Hurricane Maria regains Category 5 strength as it moves towards Caribbean countries affected by Irma

Hurricane Maria regains Category 5 strength as it moves towards Caribbean

The storm rapidly intensified as it moves to countries affected by Hurricane Irma

Monday, September 18, 2017

Monday, September 18, 2017

Stanley Johnson said Boris wouldn't care about being sacked for his Brexit article

Boris Johnson's father Stanley: 'Boris basically invented euroscepticism'

Boris Johnson's father Stanley: 'Boris basically invented euroscepticism'

Stanley Johnson defended his son on James Whale's show

Police must keep control of sex grooming investigations, says Jeremy Dein (Wikipedia)

'We can't let vigilante paedophile hunters take over from the police'

'We can't let vigilante paedophile hunters take over from the police'

Jeremy Dein tells Sam Delaney we can't delegate law enforcement to people who aren't familiar with the law

Man who posed as Justin Bieber lookalike to snare teenage girls online jailed

Man who posed as Justin Bieber lookalike online jailed

Yohann Ramchelawon told girls he'd share their images with their families unless they performed sex acts for him

The leader of the Philippines has attracted several targets over recent months

'Are you gay or paedophile?': Filipino leader Rodrigo Duterte attacks human rights chief

'Are you gay or paedophile?': Filipino leader attacks his human rights chief

Rodrigo Duterte launched the astonishing attack over the Filipines' 'war on drugs'

Hamas has agreed to cede control of Gaza (Wikipedia)

Hamas praised for agreeing to dissolve Gaza government

Hamas praised for agreeing to dissolve Gaza government

Arab leaders praised Palestinian group's decision to hold general elections as olive branch to Fatah

The 'zombie' was apparently under the influence of drugs

WATCH 'Zombie' attack bus in Brazil

WATCH 'Zombie' attack bus in Brazil

Man apparently under the influence of drugs rams into bus and doesn't feel a thing

Galloway said Parsons Green must be the precursor to major change

Parsons Green: George Galloway says 'we need counter-terror experts with brown faces, not Old Etonians'

Galloway: We need counter-terror experts with brown faces, not Old Etonians

Galloway also speaks passionately about Grenfell Tower and Prince George's school in his weekly monologue

Ibrahim Halawa was charged over violent clashes following the removal of Mohammed Morsi

Egyptian court acquits Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa of murder

Egyptian court acquits Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa of murder

Halawa had faced murder charges in a mass trial surrounding the removal of Mohammed Morsi

Yahya Faroukh - what we know so far about the Parsons Green suspect

Yahya Faroukh - what we know so far about the Parsons Green suspect

Yahya Faroukh - what we know so far about the Parsons Green suspect

The 21-year-old Syrian refugee has been arrested on suspicion of being involved in the Parsons Green bombing

'I get no confidence from Sadiq Khan' - George Galloway blasts London Mayor on show

'London is not safe in Sadiq Khan's hands' - George Galloway blasts London Mayor after Parsons Green

'London isn't safe with Sadiq Khan': George Galloway blasts London Mayor

Our host said he wasn't confident London was safe in k hands during a rant on his show

London cyclist Charlie Alliston jailed for fatal collision with pedestrian

London cyclist Charlie Alliston jailed for fatal collision with pedestrian

Alliston caused death of mother-of-two Kim Briggs in February 2016

Jonathan Graves committed the offences while a priest near Eastbourne

Former priest Jonathan Graves jailed for 12 years for child sex and cruelty offences

Former priest jailed for 12 years for child sex and cruelty offences

Graves committed the offences while a Church of England priest in Eastbourne

'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

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