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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Israeli officials express fear over Donald Trump allegedly sharing information with Russia

Israeli officials turn on Trump over Russia reports

Israeli officials turn on Trump over Russia reports

Two Israeli intelligence officials told Buzzfeed News the country had shared information with the US, and it appeared to match what Russia was told last week

'The press need to let Donald Trump get on with his job', says Charlie Wolf

Donald Trump supporter says Russia furore is all just a media conspiracy

Donald Trump supporter says Russia furore is all just a media conspiracy

Former communications director for Republicans Abroad Charlie Wolf tells Julia Hartley-Brewer the press must understand that Donald Trump works differently

Michael Barnier says talks will begin day after Brexit

EU's Brexit negotiator says talks will start day after UK election - and there's no desire for 'no deal'

EU's Brexit negotiator says talks will start day after UK election

Michel Barnier says talks will be fair - but warns Theresa May that transparency is essential

Right-wing papers blast Labour manifesto over Jeremy Corbyn's tax plans

Right-wing papers blast Labour manifesto over Jeremy Corbyn's tax plans

Right-wing papers blast Labour manifesto over Jeremy Corbyn's tax plans

The Daily Mail and The Telegraph are saying the Labour Leader will bankrupt Britain

Isis claims attack on Afghanistan state TV station

Isis claims attack on Afghanistan state TV station

At least two dead after gang of four attacks national TV premises in Jalalabad

Donald Trump reportedly asked James Comey to drop the FBI inquiry into Michael Flynn.   US media is reporting this allegation based off a memo which was supposedly written by the former FBI director himself.   The memo is believed to have been written immediately after a meeting in which the US president urged Comey to drop the inquiry into the former national security advisor's links to Russia.   The meeting supposedly took place one day after Flynn had resigned from his position after it emerged he had mi

Donald Trump asked James Comey to drop FBI probe into Russia ties - reports

Donald Trump asked James Comey to drop FBI probe into Russia ties - reports

US media is reporting the former FBI director was asked to leave the inquiry into the former national security adviser's links to Russia

'WW2 bomb would have been catastrophic if it had been detonated in open air', says former army officer

'Birmingham WW2 bomb would have been catastrophic had it been detonated in open air', says former army officer

'WW2 bomb would have been catastrophic if it had been detonated in open air'

Major Chris Hunter spoke to Paul Ross about the explosive which has created travel issues in Birmingham over the last two days

Election 2017: Liberal Democrats unveil party manifesto

Election 2017: Liberal Democrats unveil party manifesto with emphasis on housing

Election 2017: Liberal Democrats unveil party manifesto

The party leader, Tim Farron, is expected to officially unveil the manifesto later on Wednesday

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Labour's Peter Dowd unable to explain how much more income tax those on £80,000 would pay

Labour's Peter Dowd doesn't know how much more income tax top earners would pay under Corbyn

Labour's Peter Dowd doesn't know how much more income tax top earners would pay

Labour candidate Peter Dowd tells Sam Delaney that the party manifesto clearly sets out where money for pledges will come from

Four people are reportedly on board the plane

Plane carrying New York family missing in Bahamas

Plane carrying New York family missing in Bahamas

Four people reportedly on board plane

Stray dogs 'eat infant's corpse outside hospital in India'

Stray dogs 'ate infant corpse outside hospital in India while onlookers filmed'

Stray dogs 'ate infant corpse outside hospital in India while onlookers filmed'

Reports claim that witnesses filmed the incident, but no one tried to stop the dogs

Man arrested for creating and distributing drug-laced sweets

Men who sold sweets laced with meth and heroin arrested

Men who sold sweets laced with meth and heroin arrested

Police found more than 100 sweet tarts containing drugs such as Xanax and heroin

Ian Brady body won't be released without assurances his ashes won't be scattered on Saddleworth Moor

Ian Brady coroner wants assurances ashes won't be scattered on Saddleworth Moor

Sefton coroner makes demand at start of inquiry into Brady's death

Prosecutors say Borussia Dortmund attack was not linked to terrorism

German prosecutors say Borussia Dortmund attack wasn't linked to terrorism

German prosecutors say Borussia Dortmund attack wasn't linked to terrorism

German federal prosecutors have not found any evidence to suggest the attack on Dortmund's team bus had a terrorist background

Italian court upholds ruling that Sikhs cannot carry religious knives in public

Italian Sikhs banned from carrying religious knives in public

Italian Sikhs banned from carrying religious knives in public

A Sikh man argued that he should have been allowed to carry a kirpan in public, because it is a religious symbol rather than a weapon

Paedophile pensioner was banned from owning dogs, yet reported missing dog to police

Paedophile pensioner was banned from owning dogs - so he couldn't use them as bait

Paedophile pensioner was banned from owning dogs so he couldn't use them as bait

George Calf was banned from owning dogs as police found he was using them to chat to young girls and women

15-year-old girl agreed to look after shotgun used in murder

15-year-old girl agreed to look after shotgun used in murder, court hears

15-year-old girl agreed to look after shotgun used in murder, court hears

A teenager minded the gun used to murder 20-year-old Romario Green in north London

Israeli minister calls for the 'assassination' of Bashar al-Assad

Israeli minister calls for the 'assassination' of Bashar al-Assad

Israeli minister calls for the 'assassination' of Bashar al-Assad

Israel’s housing minister Yoav Galant likened actions committed by the Syrian President's regime to those of the Holocaust

Woman with terminal cancer has wedding photo shoot by herself to achieve her dream

Single woman with terminal cancer takes her own wedding photo to fulfil dream

Single woman with terminal cancer takes her own wedding photo to fulfil dream

Chen Bo-yu was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer in 2015, so decided to try and complete all of her dreams

Campi Flegrei supervolcano is closer to erupting than previously thought

Italian supervolcano closer to erupting than previously thought, say scientists

Italian supervolcano closer to erupting than previously thought, say scientists

Scientists have said authorities in Naples and Pozzuoli must be prepared for the possibility of an eruption in Italy

The website promises a free party for supporters

Jeremy Corbyn fans launch own Grime website with promise of 'secret party' for voters

Jeremy Corbyn fans launch Grime website with carrot of 'secret party' for voters

Grime4Corbyn is an interesting tactic, to say the least

Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour manifesto - and calls out Theresa May again

Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour manifesto - and calls out Theresa May again

Corbyn demands 'polite and respectful' debate as he launches manifesto in Bradford

McDonald's blasted for advert of boy reminiscing about his dead dad

McDonald's blasted for advert featuring boy and his dead father

McDonald's blasted for advert featuring boy and his dead father

The advert shows a young boy finding the only thing he has in common with his dead father is a Filet-O-Fish

'If Donald Trump shared information on Isis with Russia, it's probably appropriate', says Republicans Overseas

'If Donald Trump shared information on Isis with Russia, it was probably appropriate', says Republicans Overseas

'If Donald Trump shared information on Isis with Russia, it was appropriate'

Reports claim Donald Trump gave Russia's foreign minister information about Isis, but the President has claimed this is fake news

Paddy McGuinness says money previously used to sustain Ian Brady should now be used to find Keith Bennett

Paddy McGuinness calls for money sustaining Ian Brady be used to find victim

The TV host tweeted the taxpayer money's used to keep Brady alive can now be freed up to hunt for Keith

Sussex Police warn of '100% pure' cocaine on sale in the UK

Sussex Police warn '100% pure' cocaine on sale in the UK

Sussex Police warn '100% pure' cocaine on sale in the UK

The warning comes after super-strength cocaine and heroin was linked to two deaths in Eastbourne

'I question whether the media should have given Ian Brady coverage, he craved attention', says Times' chief reporter

Ian Brady didn't know where Keith Bennett was buried, says reporter who covered his final public appearance

Ian Brady didn't know where Keith Bennett was buried, says reporter

Moors murderer Ian Brady has died at the age of 79 - and some have suggested he left letter revealing location of Keith's body

Ian Brady dies: curiosity grows over letter which might reveal Keith Bennett's location

Ian Brady dies: curiosity grows about letter which might reveal Keith Bennett's final resting place

Did Ian Huntley leave a letter revealing Keith Bennett's location?

Ian Brady died yesterday without revealing where he and Myra Hindley had buried their third victim

Security firms reportedly find evidence to link cybergang with North Korea connections to 'WannaCry' cyber attack

Security firms find evidence linking North Korea to WannaCry cyber attack

Security firms find evidence linking North Korea to WannaCry cyber attack

Kaspersky and Symantec pointed out similarities in code to the North Korea hack of 2014

Donald Trump reportedly shared 'highly classified' Isis intelligence with Russian officials

Donald Trump admits sharing Isis intel with Russia: 'I have every right to do it'

Donald Trump admits sharing Isis intel with Russia: 'I have every right to do it

The information was supposedly shared when the US president met Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with the ambassador last week

Statue of former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is burnt down by protestors

Statue of former Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez burned down as protests continue

Statue of former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is burned down by protestors

Protest took place in Pariaguan as anger continues to grow

Survivor tells harrowing story of how he escaped from Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley

Ian Brady dies: Survivor tells harrowing story of how he escaped from Moors Murderers

Survivor tells harrowing story of how he escaped from Ian Brady and Myra Hindley

Tommy Rhattigan encountered the Moors Murderers in 1963, and very nearly became their next victim

Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley 'used and abused the British media for years', says former police officer

Ian Brady dies: 'His victims looked tormented, even in death' says police officer who represented families

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley 'used and abused the British media for years'

Norman Brennan, who represents some of the victims' families, spoke to Paul Ross following the murderer's death in prison

Monday, May 15, 2017

Monday, May 15, 2017

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast - Frank Ifield

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast - Frank Ifield

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast - Frank Ifield

'Under no circumstances must you yodel' (Frank's manager)

May was ambushed by Jeremy Corbyn during the debate

Theresa May branded 'dreadful' by critics after being ambushed by Jeremy Corbyn in Facebook Live Q&A

Theresa May branded 'dreadful' by critics after Facebook Live Q&A

May was ambushed by Corbyn and many people were unconvinced by her performance

'No one can influence Theresa May, she has her own mind and views', says former Downing Street comms director

Former Theresa May spin doctor says Jeremy Corbyn is bad for democracy

Former Theresa May spin doctor says Jeremy Corbyn is bad for democracy

Katie Perrior tells Sam Delaney that staff weren't lying when they said there wouldn't be an early election

Man covered in blood and holding severed head stabs shop worker

Man holding severed head stabs shop worker in Oregon

Man holding severed head stabs shop worker in Oregon

A man stabbed a shop worker before being tackled to the ground by employees and arrested by police

Passenger without valid ticket beat train ticket inspector 'to a pulp'

Passenger without valid ticket 'beat train ticket inspector to a pulp'

Passenger without valid ticket 'beat train ticket inspector to a pulp'

A ticket inspector was punched several times in the face before falling to the floor, and was then kicked in the head

Drunk driver caught after car automatically calls police after crash

Drunk driver caught after car calls police

Drunk driver caught after car calls police

The incident happened in County Antrim in Northern Ireland

Meet the Manchester student bringing the Palestinian hunger strike to Europe

Meet the Manchester student bringing the Palestinian hunger strike to Europe

Huda Ammori dragged seven other students out on strike with her. Now she's co-ordinating protests across Europe

Hospital worker smelt of alcohol and couldn't focus, whilst patient lay bleeding on operating table

Hospital worker 'smelt of alcohol and couldn't focus whilst patient lay bleeding on operating table'

Hospital worker 'smelt of booze and couldn't focus whilst patient lay bleeding'

A senior operating department practitioner has been accused of working in cardiovascular theatres whilst under the influence of alcohol on two occasions

Childminder 'shook 10-month-old baby to death, just minutes after mother left for work'

Childminder 'shook 10-month-old baby to death, just minutes after mother left for work'

Childminder 'shook 10-month-old baby to death, just minutes after mother left'

Viktoria Tautz was employed through an agency to look after Joshua Paul between 8am and 5:30pm, she was paid £3.60 an hour

Mermaid UK executive praises Highgate school for gender-neutral uniform plans

Gender identity advice group praises Highgate school neutral uniform plans

Mermaid UK executive praises Highgate school neutral uniform plans

The north London school is planning to impose a gender-neutral uniform in response to a growing number of pupils questioning their gender identities

Migrant centre in Italy run by mafia clan for at least 10 years

Migrant centre in Italy run by mafia clan for at least 10 years

Migrant centre in Italy run by mafia clan for at least 10 years

Police have made 68 arrests in connection with a migrant camp in Isola di Capo Rizzuto, many of those arrested belonged to the Arena clan

Spice addict jailed after 'snarling like an animal' in police officer attack

Spice addict who attacked police office while 'snarling like an animal' jailed

Spice addict who attacked police office while 'snarling like an animal' jailed

Leroy Parry was jailed for 20 months for biting PC Gareth Phillips while under the drug's influence

More than 10,000 parents of US citizen children detained in California every year

More than 10,000 parents of US citizens detained in California every year - report

Over 10,000 parents of US citizens detained in California every year - report

Human Rights Watch is calling on California to improve conditions for immigrants who are detained and ensure they have access to lawyers

WATCH: Australian man arrives at McDonald's in helicopter

WATCH: Australian man arrives at McDonald's in helicopter

WATCH: Australian man arrives at McDonald's in helicopter

Onlookers were amazed to see a man get out of a helicopter just to purchase food from McDonald's

'The NHS cyber-attack is a wake up call', says security specialist

'The NHS cyber-attack is a wake up call', says security specialist

'The NHS cyber-attack is a wake up call', says security specialist

Cyber-security specialist Robert Pritchard tells Julia-Hartley-Brewer that companies must put better contingency plans in place for cyber-attacks

BREAKING: Airstrike on Islamic State town kills 23 civilians, says Syrian Observatory for Human Rights

BREAKING: US-led airstrike against Isis kills 23 civilians, says Syrian monitor

US-led airstrike against Isis kills 23 civilians, says Syrian monitor

12 women reportedly among the dead

Warte Abubakir Ali passed all of her tests and became fully certified in civil aviation in Denmark in 2015

Kurdish woman makes history by becoming first female pilot in Iraq

Kurdish woman becomes first female pilot to fly a Boeing 737 in Iraq

Warte Abubakir Ali has earned her certifications to become a pilot for Iraqi Airways

Morrison chatted to Paul Ross this morning

Glee star Matthew Morrison on football, Elton John and starring in Grey's Anatomy

Glee star Matthew Morrison on football, Elton John and Grey's Anatomy

Morrison told Paul Ross all about his amazing career - and his very British hobby

BREAKING: Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies in prison

Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies in prison

Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies in prison

The serial killer - convicted for the murders of five children between the ages of 10 and 17 - has died at the age of 79

Some have taken Jeremy Corbyn's speech as a hint at retirement

Labour's Stephen Pound says Jeremy Corbyn retirement is a 'when did you stop beating your wife' question

Labour's Stephen Pound uses wife-beating analogy to discuss Corbyn retirement

Some have suggested Corbyn is ready to step down as leader of the Labour Party

Putin suggested that the intimidation of North Korea must stop

Vladimir Putin tells Trump to stop 'intimidation' of North Korea

Vladimir Putin tells Trump to stop 'intimidation' of North Korea

Russian leader also says his country wasn't behind ransomware attack

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