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Friday, November 18, 2016

Friday, November 18, 2016

Brexit: Scottish, Welsh Governments granted right to intervene in Article 50 battle

Scottish, Welsh Governments granted right to intervene in Article 50 battle

A number of other bodies have been granted the right of involvement by Britain's Supreme Court

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'

Croydon tram service to re-open this afternoon

Croydon tram service re-opening this afternoon

Croydon tram service re-opening this afternoon

The Croydon tram service will re-open this afternoon, after last week's crash where seven people died, according to Transport for London

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

18 year-old charged after 'translating Isis propaganda online'

18-year-old charged after 'translating Isis propaganda online'

18 year-old charged after 'translating Isis propaganda online'

A German teenager reportedly posted the propaganda and corrected errors in some texts in an online group

A banned German extremist group with Islamic State links is active in the UK

Banned German jihadist group with Isis links is active in the UK

Banned German jihadist group with Isis links is active in the UK

An investigation by the Independent revealed Die Wahre Religio is trying to recruit people in British cities

LISTEN: James Whale loses his cool with UKIP MEP David Coburn

LISTEN: James Whale blasts UKIP MEP David Coburn for dodging 'fund misuse' questions

James Whale blasts UKIP MEP for dodging 'fund misuse' questions

The UKIP MEP refused to answer questions about UKIP funds, prompting James to launch a furious tirade

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

'Absolutely epic and so worth the wait' - Twitter reacts to The Grand Tour

'Absolutely epic and so worth the wait' - Twitter reacts to The Grand Tour

'Absolutely epic and so worth the wait' - Twitter reacts to The Grand Tour

The first episode of The Grand Tour has been released, with a fantastic reaction from viewers

Man charged with vandalising Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Man charged with vandalising Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Man charged with vandalising Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

During the election campaign, the president-elect's star was damaged by a vandal in Los Angeles

Ched Evans: Law used to secure acquittal to be reviewed

Ched Evans: Law used to secure acquittal to be reviewed

Ched Evans: Law used to secure acquittal to be reviewed

Evans was acquitted of rape last month

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Marine Le Pen: After the events of 2016, could she be elected?

After Trump and Brexit, could Marine Le Pen provide the world's next political earthquake?

After Trump and Brexit, could Marine Le Pen be next?

Gaining insight from two Paris-based experts, talkRADIO examines the divisive and charismatic leader of the Front National Party

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Racist Rainman & Shy Honkers

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Racist Rainman & Shy Honkers - Wednesday, November 16

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Racist Rainman & Shy Honkers

'Bloody Hell, mate. You're like some sort of racist Rainman!' (Bill)

Former rugby star faces jail for creating a crystal meth factory, similar to Breaking Bad

Former rugby star faces jail for creating Breaking Bad-style meth lab

Former rugby star faces jail for creating Breaking Bad-style meth lab

Lorenzo Bocchini created a high-tech crystal meth drugs factory in his home, from which police recovered £300,000 of drugs, £33,000 cash and a stun gun

'This ship cannot sink...whoops' - Twitter users describe films in just five words

'This ship cannot sink...whoops' - Twitter users describe films in just five words

'This ship cannot sink...whoops' - Twitter users describe films in five words

The people of Twitter have been describing films using just five words

Deer tramples cross country runner, but he still finishes the race

Deer tramples cross-country runner, but he still finishes the race

Deer tramples cross-country runner, but he still finishes the race

A cross-country runner was trampled by a deer, in his final race of the year, but he still managed to finish the race

Katie Price, Liz Hurley and Leonardo DiCaprio - It's the showbiz news with talkSPORT's Reece

Katie Price, Liz Hurley and Leonardo DiCaprio - It's the showbiz news with talkSPORT's Reece

Katie Price, Liz Hurley and Leonardo DiCaprio - It's the showbiz news

Jon Holmes got the latest news from the world of showbiz with talkSPORT's Reece

Ched Evans father-in-law tells talkRADIO why he stuck by football star during rape storm

Ched Evans father-in-law reveals why he stuck by him during rape storm

As Ched Evans rejoins Sheffield United, listen again to Julia Hartley-Brewer's amazing interview with his father-in-law

The Big Debate on towels: 'You should be allocated Two towels, a flannel and a sponge if you're behaving'

The Big Debate on towels: 'You should be allocated two towels, a flannel and a sponge if you're behaving'

'You should be allocated two towels, a flannel and a sponge if you're behaving'

Today's Big Debate asked if we still need towels

WATCH Polar bear finds a pet dog and starts stroking it

WATCH Polar bear finds a pet dog and starts stroking it

WATCH Polar bear finds a pet dog and starts stroking it

A tour guide in Canada captured a video of a polar bear petting a dog

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

Isis attack on Israeli football team thwarted, claim Kosovan police

Isis attack on Israeli football team thwarted, claim Kosovan police

'Isis attack on Israeli football team thwarted'

Police claim they have thwarted a number of attacks by the militant group

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

Ched Evans was almost as big a story as Isis - but people realised he was a decent guy, says father-in-law

'Ched was almost as big a story as Isis, but people saw he was a decent guy'

Karl Massey says footballer and the girl he was convicted of raping were both victims, and the police and CPS were their tormentors

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

Man charged with killing and dismembering a toddler, after he cried over milk

Man charged with killing and dismembering toddler Kyrian Knox after he cried over milk

Man charged with killing and dismembering a toddler after he cried over milk

A man has been charged with killing and dismembering a two-year-old, after the boy wouldn't stop crying because he had drunk milk and was lactose intolerant

Ched Evans could have starred for Wales at Euro 2016 had he just stayed silent, says lawyer

'Ched could have starred at Euro 2016 if he'd stayed silent'

Lawyer Shaun Draycott says there was no evidence that Evans had even had sex with the girl he was found guilty of raping

Ched Evans father-in-law says police wanted to 'catch a big fish' rather than pursue the truth

'Police wanted to catch a big fish, rather than pursue the truth'

Karl Massey said 'it's a dangerous time to be a drunk man' and suggested Evans' fame and celebrity made him a target

Ched Evans bears no ill-will towards woman he was jailed for raping, says his father-in-law

Ched Evans 'bears no grudge towards woman he was jailed for raping'

Karl Massey has given an extraordinary interview this morning on why he stuck by his son-in-law

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

Forget John Lewis - People absolutely love the Heathrow Airport Christmas advert

Forget John Lewis - People absolutely love the Heathrow Airport Christmas advert

Forget John Lewis - People love the Heathrow Christmas advert

The advert, called Coming Home For Christmas, has generated a massive outpouring of love on Twitter

Bollywood star Mallika Sherawat is beaten up and tear-gassed in Paris apartment block

Bollywood star Mallika Sherawat tear-gassed in Paris flat just weeks after Kim Kardashian attack

Bollywood star tear-gassed in Paris flat just weeks after Kim Kardashian attack

The international model was beaten up and tear-gassed by three masked men, when she arrived at the residential apartment block

Drone in near-miss with Heathrow-bound plane above the Shard

Drone in near-miss with Heathrow-bound plane above the Shard

Drone in near-miss with Heathrow-bound plane above the Shard

The A320 aircraft and the drone came within 20 metres of each other at a height of 4,900 feet

Sir Norman Bettison blasts Hillsborough Independent Panel report for not being 'open-minded'

Hillsborough Independent Panel report blasted by Sir Norman Bettison

Hillsborough Independent Panel report blasted by Sir Norman Bettison

Sir Norman, a chief inspector in South Yorkshire at the time of the disaster, claims the inquiry was not 'open-minded'

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Trump vs Borat and 'cracking' Meghan Markle - it's the trending review

Trump vs Borat and 'cracking' Meghan Markle - it's the trending review

Sam and guest Dave Chawner began with suitcases and finished with Suits - well, an actress from Suits anyway

'There are issues beyond just the judges in the criminal justice system', says MP David Lammy

Racial inequality in the justice system goes far beyond judges, says MP David Lammy

Racial inequality in the justice system goes beyond judges, says MP David Lammy

A review into race and the criminal justice system ordered by David Cameron has suggested BME defendants are more likely to be jailed for some crimes than white defendants

'Everyone’s got a role to play in tackling the social mobility problem', says Social Mobility Commission

'Everyone’s got a role to play in tackling the social mobility problem'

'Everyone’s got a role to play in tackling the social mobility problem'

The Social Mobility Commission has warned that many families on low incomes are being held back by a deep social mobility problem

Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan won't be attending ceremony

Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan won't be attending ceremony

Dylan was named winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature last month but has made little reference to it since

New Zealand earthquake: 100 Brits evacuated from Kaikoura

New Zealand earthquake: 100 Britons evacuated from Kaikoura

New Zealand earthquakes: 100 Britons evacuated from Kaikoura

A navy boat with roughly 450 evacuees arrived in Lyttleton, 100 Britons among them

Israel's Trump supporters faced hellish abuse - but it's all worth it

'Israel's Trump supporters faced hellish abuse - but it's all worth it'

A member of Donald Trump's Israeli campaign team tells us why the Republican's victory is great news for the Israeli people

'It’s really time the people of the Chagos Islands were given justice', says columnist

It’s really time people of the Chagos Islands were given justice, says columnist

'It’s really time the people of the Chagos Islands were given justice'

The Government has ruled that the people who were removed from the Chagos Islands will not be allowed to return

Croydon tram was travelling at three and a half times the speed limit

Croydon tram was travelling at three and a half times the speed limit

Croydon tram was travelling at three and a half times the speed limit

The tram that derailed in Croydon was travelling at three and a half times the speed limit, and travelled 25 metres before stopping

China bans the mocking of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un online

China bans the mocking of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un online

China bans the mocking of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un online

The leader reportedly made a request to stop people from calling him 'Kim Fatty The Third' in Chinese media

George Galloway: Jeremy Corbyn must save us from 'British Donald Trump'

George Galloway: Jeremy Corbyn must save us from 'British Donald Trump'

Galloway says Britain could go the same way as America if the Labour leader doesn't step in and fill the void

Britain's 'deeply corrosive' social mobility problem 'getting worse and not better', says Alan Milburn

Britain's 'deeply corrosive' social mobility problem 'getting worse and not better', says Alan Milburn

Britain's social mobility 'getting worse and not better', says Alan Milburn

The chair of the Social Mobility Commission spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after the State Of The Nation report was released

Abandoned girl leads police to her mother's body in 'love triangle gone bad'

Abandoned girl leads police to her mother's body in 'love triangle gone bad'

Abandoned girl leads police to her mother's body in 'love triangle gone bad'

A five-year-old girl who was abandoned at a bus terminal led police to her home, where they found her mother's body

'Thorny questions on current issues' - Twitter praises Jeremy Corbyn for his performance at PMQs

Jeremy Corbyn praised for beating 'dreadful' Theresa May on Brexit at PMQs

Corbyn praised for beating 'dreadful' May at PMQs

Jeremy Corbyn has been praised for his performance at Prime Minister's Questions today after grilling Theresa May on Brexit

Cuban man uses condoms to catch fish

Cuban man uses condoms to catch fish

Cuban man uses condoms to catch fish

I'll bet you'll never have imagined condoms could be used for this

'Murder on the Tesco Express' - Twitter makes books less attractive

'Murder on the Tesco Express' - Twitter makes books less attractive

'Murder on the Tesco Express' - Twitter makes books less attractive

People on Twitter have been coming up with brand new book titles, to make them that little bit less attractive

Arthur Heeler-Frood: 'Police will have regarded him as vulnerable because of his age, despite his resourcefulness', says former Met Detective

Arthur Heeler-Frood: Boy who went missing because he was 'bored' was hugely selfish, says Hunted star

Boy who went missing because he was 'bored' was selfish, says Hunted star

The 15-year-old schoolboy ran away from home because he was 'bored with his life'

Trevor Phillips: 'All black Americans live in fear of police shooting - we don't want that in the UK'

Trevor Phillips: 'All black Americans fear the police - we don't want that here'

Phillips says racial profiling remains a problem in the UK, particularly in the legal system

'Prediction professor' Allan Lichtman thinks Donald Trump will face impeachment

Donald Trump presidency will end in disgrace, predicts America's most respected political guru

Donald Trump presidency will end in disgrace, predicts US political guru

The man who as successfully predicted every presidential election since 1984 has revealed that he believes Donald Trump is likely to face impeachment

Breast cancer in black women is diagnosed later than white women, according to figures

Breast cancer diagnosed later in black women than white women, according to new figures

Breast cancer diagnosed later in black women than white women, new figures

Figures have suggested that black women are more likely to suffer a late diagnosis than white women, according to analysis from Cancer Research UK and Public Health England

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

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