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Monday, June 26, 2017

Monday, June 26, 2017

George Galloway has 'no confidence in government's ability to stop terror attacks'

George Galloway has 'no confidence in government's ability to stop terror attacks'

George Galloway has 'no confidence in government's ability to stop terrorism'

George Galloway said he believes there is someone who assisted the Manchester Arena bomber and thinks they are still at large

Brexit, defence and agriculture - What's in the Tory-DUP deal?

Brexit, defence and agriculture - What's in the Tory-DUP deal?

Brexit, defence and agriculture - What's in the Tory-DUP deal?

A deal to support Theresa May's minority government has finally been signed by the Conservatives and Democratic Unionist Party

Russia reportedly recalls ambassador at the centre of US probe

Russia reportedly recalls ambassador at the centre of US probe

Russia reportedly recalls ambassador at the centre of US probe

Sergey Kislyak has reportedly been summoned back to Russia as the investigation into alleged Russian interference continues

SpaceX launches and lands two rockets in one weekend

SpaceX launches and lands two rockets in one weekend

SpaceX launches and lands two rockets in one weekend

SpaceX launched a new Falcon 9 rocket and a refurbished one, and both first stages of the rockets landed on drone ships in the ocean

Forest Gate protest: 'There will be more disturbances this summer over stop and search as police invent evidence'

Forest Gate protest: 'There will be more disturbances this summer over stop and search as police invent evidence'

Forest Gate protest: 'There will be more disturbances this summer'

Six police officers were injured during a protest over the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa

DUP backs deal to support Theresa May's minority government

DUP backs deal to support Theresa May's minority government

DUP backs deal to support Theresa May's minority government

The deal has been finalised almost three weeks after the election was decided

'Cyber-attack on Parliament was probably about prestige as hackers weren't careful'

'Cyber-attack on Parliament was probably about prestige as hackers weren't careful'

'Cyber-attack on Parliament was probably about prestige'

Applied futurist Tom Cheesewright says the attack appears not to have been sophisticated

Boat sinks in Colombia reservoir leaving six dead and 16 missing

Boat sinks in Colombia reservoir leaving six dead and 16 missing

Boat sinks in Colombia reservoir leaving six dead and 16 missing

A passenger boat with four decks had around 170 people on board when in sank in north-west Colombia near Guatape

'Unhelpful and inappropriate' - Jim Fitzpatrick on John McDonnell's Grenfell Tower comment

'Unhelpful and inappropriate' - Jim Fitzpatrick MP on John McDonnell's Grenfell Tower comment

Jim Fitzpatrick MP calls John McDonnell's Grenfell Tower comment 'inappropriate'

The shadow chancellor said the victims of the tower fire had been 'murdered' by 'political decisions'

Grenfell Tower: '40 years of government cuts and reduced regulation have put people at risk', says Ken Livingstone

Grenfell Tower: '40 years of government cuts and reduced regulation have put people at risk', says Ken Livingstone

'40 years of government cuts have put people at risk', says Ken Livingstone

Former London mayor Ken Livingstone says we must find out how people were able to put up cladding on buildings like at Grenfell Tower

Arlene Foster claims Tory-DUP deal is close to being finalised

Arlene Foster claims Tory-DUP deal is close to being finalised

Arlene Foster claims Tory-DUP deal is close to being finalised

The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party has returned to London to finalise the deal with Theresa May

Warwick Davis on working in the Harry Potter films

Warwick Davis on working in the Harry Potter films

Warwick Davis on working in the Harry Potter films

The actor, who portrayed both Griphook and Professor Flitwick in the films, spoke to Paul Ross about the films on the 20th anniversary of the first book's publishing

Tommy Robinson tells Jonny Gould why Piers Morgan and mainstream media are wrong on terror

Tommy Robinson tells Jonny Gould why Piers Morgan and mainstream media are wrong on terror

Tommy Robinson on his spat with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain

The founder of the English Defence League spoke to Jonny Gould on his Sunday show

Friday, June 23, 2017

Friday, June 23, 2017

'Every office should have a dog or two' - Dogs take our jobs as many celebrate 'Bring Your Dog To Work Day'

'Every office should have a dog or two' - Mutts take our jobs as Britain celebrates Bring Your Dog To Work Day

Mutts take our jobs as many celebrate Bring Your Dog To Work Day

Many have posted photos of dogs taking their jobs, so we've compiled the best ones in one place

Some ACTUALLY called 999 on the Queen for not wearing a seatbelt

Someone ACTUALLY called 999 on the Queen for not wearing a seatbelt

Someone ACTUALLY called 999 on the Queen for not wearing a seatbelt

Did that person know she can't be prosecuted in any court of law?

Germany votes to give compensation and quash convictions of gay men

Germany votes to quash convictions of gay men and compensate them

Germany votes to quash convictions of gay men and compensate them

It is believed around 5,000 people will be entitled to compensation for being criminalised under historical anti-homosexual laws

Finsbury Park terror attack suspect charged with murder and attempted murder

Finsbury Park terror attack suspect Darren Osborne charged with murder and attempted murder

Finsbury Park terror attack suspect charged with murder and attempted murder

Darren Osborne is to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court over the Finsbury Park attack

Police confirm the cause of Grenfell Tower fire

Police confirm faulty fridge started Grenfell Tower fire

Police confirm faulty fridge started Grenfell Tower fire

At 79 people are confirmed dead or remain missing in the wake of the tower blaze last week

Man arrested for Michigan Airport stabbing 'tried and failed to buy a gun'

Man arrested for Michigan Airport stabbing 'tried and failed to buy a gun'

Man arrested for Michigan Airport stabbing 'tried and failed to buy a gun'

A police officer at Bishop International Airport was stabbed in the neck in what has been described as a terror attack, he is said to be in a stable condition

Julia Hartley-Brewer accuses Sir Vince Cable of being disrespectful to UK voters

Brexit: Julia Hartley-Brewer tells Sir Vince Cable he's disrespecting UK voters

Julia Hartley-Brewer accuses Sir Vince Cable of being disrespectful to UK voters

A dispute began after the Liberal Democrat leadership candidate said 'the British were looking for the divorce' from the EU

Explosion at police headquarters kills 11 in southwest Pakistan

Explosion at police headquarters kills 11 in southwest Pakistan

Explosion at police headquarters kills 11 in southwest Pakistan

The blast took place in front of the offices of the Quetta police chief in Baluchistan, which has seen conflict from Islamist violence and separatist insurgency

Israel expresses concern over Turkish influence in East Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque

Israel expresses concern over Turkish influence in East Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque

Israel expresses concern over Turkish influence in East Jerusalem

Right-wing Parliament members Rabbi Yehuda Glick and Shuli Maalem have called for a meeting of the foreign affairs and security committee

North Korea denies torturing or mistreatment of Otto Warmbier

North Korea denies torturing or mistreatment of Otto Warmbier

North Korea denies torturing or mistreatment of Otto Warmbier

The 22-year-old student died days after being released from the country in a coma

Brexit: Theresa May outlines offer to protect EU citizens in the UK

Brexit: Theresa May outlines offer to protect EU citizens in the UK

Brexit: Theresa May outlines offer to protect EU citizens in the UK

The offer won a guarded welcome from EU leaders, but criticism from opposition parties

John Redwood shares views on Brexit on the anniversary of the EU referendum

Brexit anniversary: 'We're not turning our backs on the continent', says John Redwood

'We're not turning our backs on the continent', says John Redwood

The MP for Wokingham told Paul Ross the UK 'won't turn its back' on the continent

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Man dies and others injured after storms and tornado hits Germany

Man dies and others injured after storms and tornado hit Germany

Man dies and others injured after storms and tornado hit Germany

A 50-year-old man died when a tree fell on his parked car, his wife was also injured

Cardona volunteered to help in the recovery operation after 9/11

9/11 hero fighting deportation is pardoned for 1990 drug offence

9/11 hero fighting deportation is pardoned for 1990 drug offence

New York governor Andrew Cuomo pardoned Carlos Humberto Cardona for selling a small amount of cocaine

Inside Jeremy Corbyn’s social media miracle

Inside Jeremy Corbyn’s social media miracle

Corbyn's team pioneered a truly revolutionary approach to social media. And, sorry Tories, it can't be copied

The Big Debate on pomp: 'How much pomp could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck pomp?'

The Big Debate on pomp: 'How much pomp could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck pomp?'

'How much pomp could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck pomp?'

The Big Debate today was about pomp

James Murray 'Murr' on Impractical Jokers and The Tenderloins tour

James 'Murr' Murray on Impractical Jokers and The Tenderloins tour

James 'Murr' Murray on Impractical Jokers and The Tenderloins tour

The star of the American hidden camera show swung by the studio to chat to our host

Coal executive sues talk show host John Oliver over segment on Last Week Tonight

Talkshow host John Oliver sued by man he labelled 'geriatric Dr Evil' on Last Week Tonight

Talkshow host John Oliver sued over segment on Last Week Tonight

John Oliver said Robert E Murray looks like a geriatric Dr Evil and criticised his response to a mining accident

The Jacksons on their 50-year career, their music, and Michael Jackson

The Jacksons on their 50-year career, their music, and Michael's influence

The Jacksons on their 50-year career, their music, and Michael's influence

Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon swung by the studio for a chat with Sam Delaney

Two teenagers and man charged over violent robberies including armed raid

Teenage Midlands thugs 'threatened post officers workers with meat cleaver'

Teenage Midlands thugs 'threatened post officers workers with meat cleaver'

Two 19-year-olds are alleged to have threatened staff in a post office with a meat cleaver

The thieves stole several items, including underwear

'Spiderman thieves' who robbed hotel in British resort of Magaluf given jail sentences

'Spiderman thieves' jumped between balconies to rob hotel in Magaluf

Thieves jumped from one balcony to another to rob hotel rooms on sixth floor

Birmingham primary school put on lockdown after gunman fires at cyclist

Birmingham primary school put on lockdown after gunman fires at cyclist

Birmingham primary school put on lockdown after gunman fires at cyclist

St Edmund's Primary School was put on lockdown after a gunman fired shots outside. No-one was injured but the suspect has not yet been found

Scotland Yard name victim of Finsbury Park attack as Makram Ali

Scotland Yard names Finsbury Park victim as Makram Ali

Scotland Yard names Finsbury Park victim as Makram Ali

The 51-year-old Haringey resident died from 'multiple injuries', according to a post-mortem examination

Church of England concealed evidence of child abuse by former bishop, report says

Church of England concealed evidence of child abuse by former bishop, report says

Church of England concealed evidence of abuse by former bishop, report says

A report titled Abuse of Faith claims senior figures in the Church of England showed little care for the victims of Peter Ball

United States calls for Gulf countries to iron out grievances with Qatar

United States calls for Gulf states to iron out grievances with Qatar

United States calls for Gulf states to iron out grievances with Qatar

Five countries in the Persian Gulf have cut ties with Doha over allegations it is bolstering instability in the region

Turkish agency expresses distaste with new German mosque

Turkey expresses fury at new German mosque

Turkey expresses fury at new German mosque

Diyanet oversees religious activity in Turkey, and it says the Ibn Ruschd-Goethe mosque is incompatible with Islam because men and women mingle

'Prince Harry's comments have been misinterpreted as he's an inexperienced interviewee', says Royal commentator

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Royal journalist over whether the Royal Family are lucky

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with journalist over the Royal Family

Editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward believes the Royals are lucky because they have a set path to follow

Teachers being given firearms training in Colorado province

Teachers being given firearms training in US state of Colorado

Teachers being given firearms training in US state of Colorado

The training is to ensure they can intervene in the event of a school shooting

Indian police arrest 15 Muslim men for celebrating Pakistan's Champions Trophy victory

Indian police arrest 15 Muslim men for celebrating Pakistan's Champions Trophy victory

Indian police arrest 15 Muslim men for celebrating Pakistan Champions Trophy win

The men were arrested in the state of Madhya Pradesh and charged with sedition, before the charge was downgraded

Southern Rail passengers face more disruption as Aslef members will vote on strike action in pay row

Southern Rail passengers face fresh nightmare as Aslef members vote on strike action in pay row

Southern Rail passengers face fresh nightmare as drivers vote on strike action

An overtime ban is already set to begin on June 29 in a separate row over driver-only trains

Amnesty for illegal Grenfell Tower residents 'might lead to slippery slope' , says immigration lawyer Harjap Singh Bhangal

Amnesty for illegal Grenfell Tower residents 'might lead to slippery slope' , says immigration lawyer

Amnesty for illegal Grenfell Tower residents 'might lead to slippery slope'

Immigration lawyer Harjap Singh Bhangal spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about granting amnesty to illegal immigrants living in the tower

Immigration checks won't be done on Grenfell Tower fire victims, but cladding on some tower blocks is combustible

Grenfell Tower: UK councils estimate 600 high-rise buildings have similar cladding

Downing Street: 600 high-rise buildings have similar cladding to Grenfell Tower

The Prime Minster has said local authorities and fire services are in the process of ensuring tower blocks are safe

Queen's Speech 'nails the lie of Brexit being simple', says Sir Vince Cable MP

Queen's Speech 'nails the lie of Brexit being simple', says Lib Dem leadership challenger Vince Cable

Queen's Speech 'nails the lie of Brexit being simple', says Vince Cable

The newly-elected MP for Twickenham and Lib Dem leadership contender spoke to Paul Ross about the State Opening of Parliament

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit', claims James Cleverly MP

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit', claims James Cleverly MP

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit'

The MP for Braintree discussed the content of the Queen's Speech made by Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday with Paul Ross

'The House of Lords won't block Brexit but it will get the best for Britain', says Baroness Dianne Hayter

'The House of Lords won't block Brexit but it will get the best for Britain', says Baroness Dianne Hayter

'The House of Lords won't block Brexit but it will get the best for Britain'

The shadow Brexit minister Baroness Dianne Hayter says the Lords will strive to ensure benefits we had before we left the EU stay in place

Abuse suffered by US student Otto Warmbier 'is regular in North Korean concentration camps'

Abuse suffered by US student Otto Warmbier 'is routine in North Korean concentration camps'

Abuse suffered by US student Otto Warmbier 'is routine in North Korea'

A defector has said 20 people would be stuffed into each cell in North Korea camps and were often tortured within an inch of their life

Boris Johnson gives 'worst political interview ever' following Queen's Speech

'Why isn't he humiliated like Diane Abbott?' Labour voters blast 'media bias' after Boris Johnson interview nightmare

Boris Johnson gives 'worst political interview ever' following Queen's Speech

Boris Johnson stumbled several times in an interview with Eddie Mair and repeatedly asked him to 'hang on a second'

'They can go off and marry American divorcees' - George Galloway shares view of the monarchy's future in Paul Ross interview

George Galloway on the monarchy: 'They should all go off and marry American divorcees'

George Galloway says the royal family 'can go off and marry American divorcees'

James Whale even called in to share his views during George's interview with Paul Ross

DUP reportedly broke off Tory talks following £2bn demand for Northern Ireland

DUP 'broke off Tory talks affer £2bn demand for Northern Ireland'

DUP 'broke off Tory talks after £2bn demand for Northern Ireland'

The Daily Telegraph is claiming the Democratic Unionists ended negotiations temporarily following strain caused by a demand of money for Northern Ireland

Grenfell Tower: Kensington and Chelsea Council Chief Executive resigns following criticism of response to the disaster

Grenfell Tower: Kensington council CEO quits after disaster response criticism

Grenfell Tower: Kensington council CEO quits after disaster response criticism

Nicholas Holgate has handed in his notice following criticism of the response to the disaster

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

'A Parliament with influence over the Government isn't bad and reflects democracy', says politics professor

'A Parliament with influence over the Government simply reflects democracy', says John Curtice

'A Parliament with influence over the Government is what democracy is about'

Politics guru John Curtice says we shouldn’t underestimate the ability of minority governments to survive

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