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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Sir Philip Green: Norman Lamb MP backs proposals to potentially fine billionaire

Sir Philip Green: Norman Lamb MP backs proposals to fine billionaire

Sir Philip Green: Norman Lamb MP backs proposals to fine billionaire

The tycoon could pay out £1bn to plug the BHS pensions debt under new plans put to the Government

Security measures tightened across UK in wake of Berlin attack

Security measures tightened across UK in wake of Berlin attack

Security measures tightened across UK in wake of Berlin attack

The attack on Monday left 12 people dead and 50 people injured, and Islamic State have now claimed responsibility

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Aleppo has witnessed a sustained bombardment in recent months

George Galloway defends Russian involvement in Aleppo: 'Sometimes you have to choose between the bad and the worse'

George Galloway defends Russian involvement in Aleppo

Galloway says Isis and other Islamist groups are the real villains and at least Russia are in Syria legally

'Accusing Brendan Cox of supporting extremism is a low blow from Nigel Farage', says Peter Tatchell - unfinished

Peter Tatchell rips into Nigel Farage for 'low blow' in row with Jo Cox's husband

Peter Tatchell rips into Nigel Farage for 'low blow' over Jo Cox's husband

Nigel Farage referred to anti-fascist campaign group Hope Not Hate as 'extremists' after the husband of Jo Cox said he supported the group

'Some have been quick to point the finger at Angela Merkel after the Berlin truck attack', says foreign correspondent

It remains to be seen whether Berlin truck attack will topple Merkel, says foreign correspondent

'It remains to be seen whether Berlin truck attack will topple Merkel'

Yesterday an as-yet unidentified assailant drove a lorry into a Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people and injuring 48

Twitter fury as Nigel Farage attacks Angela Merkel and Brendan Cox in the wake of Berlin attack

Twitter fury as Nigel Farage attacks Angela Merkel and Jo Cox's husband over Berlin attack

Berlin: Twitter fury as Nigel Farage attacks Angela Merkel and Jo Cox's husband

The former UKIP leader tweeted the Berlin market attack would be 'Merkel's legacy', and then claimed Jo Cox's widower supported extremism when he called him out

'It's time for a general election' - George Galloway blasts Tory government

Tory Government deserves to be booted out for Southern Rail shambles, says George Galloway

Tories deserve to be booted out for Southern shambles, says George Galloway

Our host called for a general election in response to the government's handling of the Southern Rail Strike

'Brexit won't be a catastrophe, but it will help us in negotiations if the EU is in bad shape', journalist tells George Galloway

Post-Berlin attack backlash might play into Brexit negotiators' hands, journalist Andrew Gilligan tells George Galloway

EU chaos might play into Brexiteers' hands, says leading journalist

Journalist Andrew Gilligan told George Galloway that the EU's bargaining position will be weakened if chaos continues

Andrei Karlov: 'If this is a crime or a blunder by the Turkish regime, the consequences are bound to be severe', says George Galloway

George Galloway asks if Turkish regime had anything to do with Andrey Karlov shooting

Andrey Karlov death: 'consequences will be severe', says George Galloway

Our host said the fallout will be severe because the Turkish Government has a legal duty to protect ambassadors

Andrey Karlov: 'Security services should have been taking precautions', Turkey analyst tells George Galloway - unfinished

Ankara shooting: It's ridiculous that Andrey Karlov had no protection, Turkish analyst tells George Galloway

Andrey Karlov: 'Security services should have been taking precautions'

Andrey Karlov, Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, was shot dead on Monday at an art gallery in Ankara

George Galloway believes there has to be a guard on the trains to guard against violent incidents

Berlin, Ankara terror attacks show Southern Rail unions are right, says George Galloway

Berlin, Ankara attacks show Southern Rail unions are right, says George Galloway

Galloway says it would be 'insane' to introduce driverless trains in the current climate

Families of Pulse nightclub victims sue Google, Facebook and Twitter over Isis propaganda

Pulse nightclub families sue Google, Facebook and Twitter for inspiring Omar Mateen with Isis propaganda

Families of Pulse nightclub victims sue Google, Facebook and Twitter

Three families of victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre have launched a lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter, over the spread of Isis propaganda

'As threatening as a teetotal auntie in tan tights on Boxing Day' - Twitter reacts to Storm Barbara

'As threatening as a teetotal auntie in tan tights on Boxing Day' - Twitter reacts to Storm Barbara

'Like an auntie in tan tights on Boxing Day' - Twitter reacts to Storm Barbara

The Met Office has warned those in Scotland, the north of England and Northern Ireland that Storm Barbara is on its way for Christmas, but not everyone is taking the threat that seriously

3-year-old boy shot dead by impatient road rage driver in Arkansas

Black toddler shot dead by road rage driver in Arkansas

Black toddler shot dead by road rage driver in Arkansas

Acen King was travelling in the back of his grandmother's car for a shopping trip on Saturday evening in Little Rock when he was shot by an impatient driver

The truck is seen in the aftermath of last night's attack

Pakistani suspect in Berlin truck attack probe released - reports

Pakistani suspect in Berlin truck attack probe released - reports

Reports claim police have arrested the wrong man over the Berlin truck attack, yesterday a man drove a truck into a Christmas market, killing 12 people and injuring several others

Neugebauer is the co-founder of Quantum Energy Partners

Donald Trump considering 'lion killer' Tony Neugebauer as Mexico ambassador

Donald Trump considering 'lion killer' as Mexico ambassador

Tony Neugebauer apparently shares Trump's view on stiffening US-Mexican border

Berlin truck attack: 'A failing on the Germans part is there were no concrete barriers', says security expert

Berlin truck attack: Why were there no concrete barriers, asks security expert

Berlin truck attack: Why were there no concrete barriers, asks security expert

Yesterday a man drove a lorry into a Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people and injuring 48

Berlin truck attack suspect denies responsibility

Berlin truck attack suspect denies responsibility

Berlin truck attack suspect denies responsibility

Asylum seeker of Pakistani origin suspected of killing at least 12 people by driving truck into Christmas market

Tiger snake found hiding in a Christmas tree in Melbourne

Poisonous tiger snake found hiding in Christmas tree in Melbourne

Poisonous tiger snake found hiding in Christmas tree in Melbourne

Homeowner Cheryl found a surprise you definitely wouldn't want to find near your Christmas tree this year

Ramadhan Foundation Chief Executive responds to caller who insisted UK needs 'its own Donald Trump' to fight against terrorism

Muslim activist ridicules Donald Trump supporter after Berlin, Ankara atrocities

Muslim activist ridicules Donald Trump supporter after Berlin, Ankara atrocities

Mohammed Shafiq disputed caller Paul's suggestuion the UK needs 'its own Donald Trump' to defend against terrorism

Caller tells James Whale: 'The UK needs its own Donald Trump to take control of terrorism'

'After Berlin and Ankara attacks, UK needs its own Donald Trump to stamp out terrorism' says James Whale caller

'The UK needs its own Donald Trump to take control of terrorism'

James Whale heard from a caller named Paul on his show who believes the UK needs its own Donald Trump to take control of terrorism and that we are in a war

Four teenagers charged after high speed chase

Gang of underage teenagers charged after high-speed chase

Gang of underage teenagers charged after high-speed chase

Four teenagers have been charged after an alleged high speed chase on the A90, they are expected to appear in court today

Berlin truck attack: Far-right leader roars 'the horror has arrived' and attacks Merkel

Berlin truck attack: Far-right leader roars 'the horror has arrived' and attacks Merkel

Berlin attack: Far-right leader roars 'the horror has arrived', attacks Merkel

Leader of Alternativ fur Deutschland party seeks to capitalise on the carnage which ensued at Christmas market last night

Rita Ora loses 'thousands of pounds' in alleged investment company fraud

Rita Ora loses 'thousands of pounds' in alleged investment company fraud

Rita Ora loses 'thousands of pounds' in alleged investment company fraud

The singer has reportedly lost a large sum of money after a company in which she has a 'business interest' was reported to be a victim of financial crime

Andrei Karlov death: 'Anti-Russian sentiment in Turkey has risen', says journalist

Andrey Karlov Ankara death 'wasn't much of a surprise to us' says Turkish journalist

Andrey Karlov death 'wasn't much of a surprise to us' says Turkish journalist

Sara Monetta, deputy news editor for TRT World in Istanbul, said anti-Russian sentiment has risen sharply in Turkey over Aleppo

Berlin truck attack: "This shall not change us," says journalist

Berlin truck attack: We won't live in fear of terrorist, says German journalist

Berlin truck attack: We won't live in fear of terrorist, says German journalist

Yesterday, a man drove a truck into a Christmas market in the German capital, killing 12 and injuring 48

Monday, December 19, 2016

Monday, December 19, 2016

Lorry ploughs into Christmas market in Berlin

Lorry ploughs into Christmas market in Berlin

Witnessed said it 'didn't feel like an accident'

Turkish police are seen in the aftermath of the shooting

Ankara shooting: Andrey Karlov could be the Franz Ferdinand of our times, says George Galloway

Andrey Karlov could be the Franz Ferdinand of our times, says George Galloway

George believes 'Russian revenge could be swift and brutal' if Turkey is found to be in any way culpable for today's assassination in Ankara

David Davies became embroiled in a furious racism row on Sam Delaney's News Thing show

Tory MP David Davies blasted by black activist after migrant racism row

Tory MP David Davies blasted by black activist after migrant racism row

Simon Woolley said Monmouth MP's comments 'feed into an institutional narrative that people of colour are of less worth and value'

Revealed: England poppy fine higher than Fifa's penalties for racist, homophobic chanting

England poppy fine higher than recent Fifa penalties for racist chants

Critics will suggest Fifa's recent tariff makes the fine meted out to England appear harsh in the extreme

Ed Miliband briefly trends after NBC News uses him as stock photo for flu report

Ed Miliband starts trending after NBC uses him as stock photo for flu report

Twitter's gone wild after former Labour leader inadvertently returned to the limelight

Turkey has witnessed sustained protests against Russia's involvement in the Syrian conflict

Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov dead after Turkey shooting

Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov dead after Turkey shooting

Karlov's precise condition is not known although he is thought to be seriously injured

Southern Rail Strike: Chris Grayling 'needs to roll up his sleeves and sort it out', says Christian Wolmar

'A minister with courage would end the Southern Rail mess' - Christian Wolmar calls out Chris Grayling

Southern Rail Strike: Chris Grayling 'needs to sort it out'

Christian Wolmar called on the Transport Secretary to thrash out a compromise between the RMT and Southern Rail

Chapecoense crash: Medellin air traffic controller says he did nothing wrong

Chapecoense crash: Medellin air traffic controller says he did nothing wrong

Yaneth Molina says he and his team did everything correctly, even though another plane was given priority over the Chapecoense flight as it spiralled out of control

Suicide note is published as 20 women in Aleppo commit suicide to avoid rape

Twenty women in Aleppo commit suicide to avoid rape as moving note is made public

Twenty women in Aleppo commit suicide to avoid rape as moving note made public

The leader of one of the largest rebel groups in Aleppo, Abdullah Othman, has claimed 20 women committed suicide so that they would avoid rape

Tributes paid to Newcastle University student who died from excessive alcohol consumption

Tributes paid to Newcastle University student who died from excessive alcohol consumption

Tributes paid to Newcastle University student after alcohol death

20-year-old Ed Farmer was taken to hospital in a life-threatening condition before dying last Wednesday

Campaign group Yes California call for the state's independence and create 'embassy' in Moscow

After Brexit, Californian separatists have created 'embassy' in Moscow to push for independence

Calexit: Californian separatists create an 'embassy' in Moscow

Campaign group Yes California has opened its own embassy in Moscow

The English FA was fined after Fifa took issue with several poppy displays during the Scotland match

England fined £35,000 for Armistice Day poppy display against Scotland

England fined £35,000 for Armistice Day poppy display against Scotland

Welsh and Northern Irish FAs also fined for 'political gesture'

Ralph Clarke jailed for 13 years for historical child sex abuse

101-year-old paedophile Ralph Clarke jailed for 13 years for child sex abuse

101-year-old paedophile Ralph Clarke jailed for 13 years for child sex abuse

The 101-year-old is thought to have been the oldest defendant convicted by a jury in Britain

White supremacist website calls for 'action' against Jewish town members in Montana

Donald Trump supporters call for attacks on Jewish townspeople in Montana

Donald Trump supporters call for attacks on Jewish townspeople in Montana

The Daily Stormer posted details of Jewish people in the community of Whitefish and urged for action to be taken against them

The Southern strikes have brought misery to thousands of people across London and the South East

Mick Cash says RMT would be open to 'Christmas truce' on Southern network

Mick Cash says RMT would be open to 'Christmas truce' on Southern network

Cash says his members are prepared to be reasonable - but Chris Grayling won't deal with them

'Staff on Southern Rail are striking because they're frightened about their future', says Ken Livingstone

Southern Rail crisis will end in Jeremy Corbyn triumph, says Ken Livingstone

Southern Rail crisis will end in Jeremy Corbyn triumph, says Ken Livingstone

Livingstone spoke to James Whale and Ash as RMT union members began a 48-hour strike on the Southern Rail network

How Zsa Zsa Gabor gave birth to modern celebrity culture

Zsa Zsa Gabor: The Kim Kardashian of her day who spawned reality TV culture

Zsa Zsa Gabor: The Kim Kardashian of her day who spawned reality TV culture

Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has died, aged 99, despite appearing in many films, most people knew her better for marrying so many times

At least 25 people die after drinking bath oil in Siberia

At least 25 people die after drinking bath oil in Siberia

At least 25 people die after drinking bath oil in Siberia

At least 25 people have died in Siberia after drinking bath oil which they used as a replacement for alcohol, according to Russian investigators

'You're out of order' - James Whale lambasts Mick Cash over Southern Rail Strikes

James Whale hammers Mick Cash for 'using tragedy to further your own ends' in furious Southern Rail clash

'You're out of order' - James Whale lambasts Mick Cash over Southern Rail Strike

Train conductors began another two-day walkout this morning over the continuing dispute over guards' roles on trains

Parliamentary committee warns Government: 'human rights are not bargaining chips'

Post-Brexit clearout of EU migrants would bring chaos to Britain, MPs warn

Post-Brexit clearout of EU migrants would bring chaos to Britain, MPs warn

The Joint Committee on Human Rights has urged Theresa May to clarify the status of EU residents in the UK

'Donald Trump wants to talk to the UK, but the government won't talk to me about our meetings', says Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage: 'Donald Trump wants to talk to Britain but Theresa May isn't interested'

Nigel Farage: 'Trump wants to talk to Britain but Theresa May isn't interested'

Nigel Farage was the first UK politician to meet Donald Trump after he was elected, and told Paul Ross about his experience of meeting the President-elect

Hollywood star Zsa Zsa Gabor dies after heart attack, aged 99

Hollywood star Zsa Zsa Gabor dies after heart attack, aged 99

Hollywood star Zsa Zsa Gabor dies after heart attack, aged 99

Hollywood actress and socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor has died aged 99 at her home in Bel-Air, Los Angeles

Liz Truss to address MPs on riot at HMP Birmingham

Prison crisis: Liz Truss to address MPs on HMP Birmingham riot

Prison crisis: Liz Truss to address MPs on HMP Birmingham riot

The Justice Secretary will address MPs on the riot at HMP Birmingham, which saw hundreds of inmates wreak havoc last week

Series of strikes by thousands of workers begin on the run up to Christmas

Series of strikes by thousands of workers begin in run-up to Christmas

Series of strikes by thousands of workers begin in run-up to Christmas

A wave of strikes are set to launch by thousands of workers this week, hitting rail, post and airline industries in the run-up to Christmas

Friday, December 16, 2016

Friday, December 16, 2016

The pastors say their team is ready for anything

'Former mafia boss' training Chinese missionaries to travel to North Korea

'Former mafia boss' training Chinese missionaries to travel to North Korea

Two pastors training team of missionaries to cross border and risk persecution

Letter sent 60 years ago finally arrives, 20 years after recipient’s death

Letter sent by a scout to himself 60 years ago finally arrives - 20 years after recipient’s death

Letter sent 60 years ago finally arrives - 20 years after recipient’s death

A letter that a scout sent to himself so he could gain his stamp collecting badge has finally arrived, after 60 years

Former Britain First leader Paul Golding is unwittingly raising money for refugees whilst in jail

Former Britain First leader Paul Golding unwittingly raising money for refugees in jail

Former Britain First leader unwittingly raising money for refugees

Former Britain First leader Paul Golding is being sponsored by members of the public for being in jail, in order to raise money for The Refugee Council

'David Brent can't continue performing when he's 60, it would be too tragic', says Ricky Gervais

Ricky Gervais hints David Brent could soon be killed off: 'It's getting too tragic'

Ricky Gervais hints that it could be the end for David Brent

Ricky Gervais joined Edith Bowman on Virgin Radio this morning to chat about playing David Brent

Woman assaulted in Chingford hate crime

Racist thugs 'rip Muslim woman's hijab off' in Chingford hate crime

Racist thugs 'rip Muslim woman's hijab off' in Chingford hate crime

Police officers were called to Chingford on Wednesday evening after reports of a woman being assaulted in a hate crime, and are now appealing for information

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