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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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

London Underground strikes: 'The network is creaking at the seams, we must have more front line staff', says the RMT Union

London Underground strikes: Mick Cash rattled by Julia Hartley-Brewer during feisty exchange

RMT boss Mick Cash rattled by Julia Hartley-Brewer during tube strike debate

London Underground staff have voted to strike over separate disputes about safety, staffing and industrial relations. It is believed that the strikes will take place in the run-up to Christmas

'Children need emotional stability, we shouldn't stigmatise home love', says stay at home mum

Stay-at-home mum criticises new study suggesting children of working mums develop faster

'Children need emotional stability, we shouldn't stigmatise home love'

A new study has claimed that children with stay at home mums develop less social and everyday skills than those whose parents go to work

Parisians to march through French capital on Saturday in demonstration against Donald Trump

Paris to witness huge protest against Donald Trump on Saturday

Paris to witness huge protest against Donald Trump on Saturday

The protest, organised by the Facebook group Paris Against Trump, will begin at 1pm

'Wayne Rooney is finished' - Twitter reacts to the footballer's big night out

'Wayne Rooney is finished' - Twitter reacts to Manchester United star's big night out

'Wayne Rooney is finished' - Twitter reacts to footballer's big night out

Wayne Rooney was spotted partying until 5am in the morning, apparently so drunk he could "hardly speak," reports claim, causing much reaction on Twitter

Lawyers potentially to appeal to Donald Trump to end criminal probe into Julian Assange

Could Donald Trump end Julian Assange criminal probe?

Could Donald Trump end Julian Assange criminal probe?

The founder of Wikileaks has been facing a sex allegation from Swedish prosecutors

Leading EU executive slams Boris Johnson for 'impossible' Brexit vision

Boris Johnson's Brexit vision ridiculed by EU executive

Boris Johnson's Brexit vision ridiculed by EU executive

Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem firmly stated the UK can't expect unrestrained access to European markets unless it accepts free movement of labour

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Steve Bannon: 'The most terrifying boss you could ever have but a visionary,' says former employee

Steve Bannon is the most terrifying boss you could ever have, says former Breitbart employee

Steve Bannon is 'the most terrifying boss you could ever have - but a visionary'

James Delingpole, executive editor for the London branch of the Breitbart News Network, told talkRADIO Donald Trump's new strategy tsar is a frightening ball of energy - but he's a visionary

'The leaked Brexit memo is not untrue, but we will trigger Article 50 by the end of March', says leading journalist

'The leaked Brexit memo is not untrue, but we will trigger Article 50 by the end of March', says leading journalist

'The leaked Brexit memo is not untrue, but we will trigger Article 50'

A leaked memo about Brexit has suggested that the Government has no overall plan for leaving the European Union

'Stephen Bannon has been demonised by the media', says political commentator

Democrats should stop attacking Stephen Bannon and suck it up, says political commentator

Democrats 'should stop blasting Stephen Bannon and suck it up'

Stephen Bannon, a former Breitbart executive, has been appointed as Donald Trump's chief strategist

'Sting is like a charisma dementor' - Jon Holmes shares his views on Sting

'Sting is like a charisma dementor' - Jon Holmes shares his views on rock legend

'Sting is like a charisma dementor' - Jon Holmes shares his views on rock legend

Jon Holmes shared his views on Sting

George Galloway: Donald Trump may snub Nicola Sturgeon on UK visit to teach her a lesson

George Galloway: Donald Trump may snub Nicola Sturgeon on UK visit

Galloway says Ms Sturgeon 'probably learned her lesson about interefering in other

Brexit supporter who destroyed burka sculpture is spared jail

Brexit supporter Mikaela Haze spared jail for smashing burka sculpture

Brexit supporter spared jail for smashing burka sculpture

Mikaela Haze ripped the veil from the artwork before pushing it over, shouting "we voted to take our country back," just a few days after the EU referendum

KKK and American Nazis praise Donald Trump for hiring Breitbart executive Stephen Bannon as chief strategist

KKK and American Nazis praise Donald Trump for hiring Stephen Bannon

KKK and American Nazis praise Donald Trump for hiring Stephen Bannon

The Breitbart executive has been hired as Mr Trump's chief strategist

Lauri Love: 'Law's changed on Home Secretary's consideration on human rights', says extradition lawyer

Lauri Love extradition: 'Aspergers defence ruled out because of human rights law changes'

'Lauri Love's key extradition defence won't work because of law changes'

The computer hacker, who has Aspergers, faces 12 counts of computer hacking with a total of 99 years in prison if found guilty in US court

French far-right mob storms migrant centre after Sudanese teen rapes elderly woman [VIDEO]

French far-right mob storms migrant centre after Sudanese teen rapes local woman

Police used tear gas to quell mob after horde of demonstrators breaks into local migrant centre

Woman finds dead rodent sewn into the seam of her new dress

Woman finds dead rodent sewn into the seam of her new dress

Woman finds dead rodent sewn into the seam of her new dress

Cailey Fiesel bought a dress from Zara, but was in for rather a surprise when she found what had been sewn into the dress

Brexit: EU visa-waiver system counters terror only with 'community intelligence', says counter-terror specialist

Brexit: EU's visa-waiver system for British visitors described as 'churlish'

Brexit: EU's visa-waiver system for British visitors described as 'churlish'

Counter-terror specialist Simon Trundle claimed the system will only work with help from communities across the European Union

'So we lose the Maldives, we can live with that' - Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Baroness Jenny Jones over climate change

'So we lose the Maldives, that's ok' - Julia Hartley-Brewer debates climate change with Green Party's Baroness Jones

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Baroness Jenny Jones over climate change

Scientists are 90% certain that 2016 is likely to be the hottest year on record, according to preliminary data

Thousands of London Underground staff to go on strike

Thousands of London Underground staff to go on strike

Thousands of London Underground staff to go on strike

Thousands of London Underground staff have voted to go on strike in separate disputes over staffing, safety and industrial relations

Dementia has often been dismissed it as 'oh well that’s old age', says nurse advisor

Dementia has been confused with simple old age for far too long, says nurse advisor

Dementia 'has been confused with simple old age for far too long'

Dementia, including Alzheimer's has now overtaken heart disease as the leading cause of death in England and Wales

Thought of Donald Trump getting cosy with Vladimir Putin is deeply concerning, says journalist Kate Andrews

Thought of Trump getting cosy with Putin deeply concerning, says journalist

Andrews, a reporter for City AM, also tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Barack Obama's indecisive foreign policy has left Mr Trump with a dilemma

HS2: The government reveals its chosen route for northern section

HS2: Government reveals preferred northern section route and is met with anger in Sheffield

Government reveals chosen HS2 route for northern section and residents are angry

A housing estate called Mexborough could be destroyed to make way for the railway

Brexit memo: 'The government should articulate what it wants to achieve', says Open Britain

'Leaked Brexit memo' only reinforces case for MPs' Article 50 debate, says leading Remainer

'Brexit memo only reinforces case for MPs' debate'

A leaked memo about Brexit suggests the Government has no overall plan for leaving the European Union

Brexit memo "a masterpiece in self-publicity" by Deloittes, says Dominic Raab MP

Brexit memo 'a masterpiece in self-publicity' by Deloitte, says Dominic Raab MP

Brexit memo "a masterpiece in self-publicity" by Deloittes, says Dominic Raab MP

The memo the Times obtained was revealed to have been written by Deloitte

Strike 'was a last resort for us', says Prisoner Officers Association member

UK prisons are just too dangerous for us to continue, says wardens' body

UK prisons are just too dangerous for us to continue, says wardens' body

Steve Gillan, general secretary of the Prison Officers Association, justified wardens' strike by saying Government's proposals to improve safety are woefully inadequate

Leaked memo reveals the government has no plan for Brexit

Government has no plan for Brexit, leaked memo reveals

Government has no plan for Brexit, leaked memo reveals

The memo, obtained by The Times, shows there are 'divisions' within the cabinet

Monday, November 14, 2016

Monday, November 14, 2016

Stefano Brizzi is found guilty of murdering police officer Gordon Semple

Grindr murder: Satanist Stefano Brizzi guilty of murdering Gordon Semple and boiling him in acid

'Grindr murderer' Stefano Brizzi guilty of murdering policeman Gordon Semple

Stefano Brizzi strangled the police officer before cutting up his body and trying to dissolve some body parts in acid

Chinese zoo admits to putting a Siberian husky in a wolf enclosure

Chinese zoo admits putting a Siberian husky in a wolf enclosure to make it more interesting

Chinese zoo admits to putting a Siberian husky in a wolf enclosure

A Chinese zoo has admitted to putting a Siberian husky into a wolf enclosure, to make the attraction more interesting for visitors

England football manager Gareth Southgate speaks to talkRADIO from inside a Slipknot mosh pit

England boss Gareth Southgate speaks to us from inside a Slipknot mosh pit

Southgate caught up with Toby Gilles from a rather unusual location

'People in Europe need to calm down about Donald Trump', says former British ambassador

Nigel Farage-Donald Trump meeting is nothing new, says former British ambassador

Farage-Trump meeting is nothing new, says former British ambassador

Downing Street has been criticised for not using Nigel Farage to build links with Donald Trump

Former WWE CEO Linda McMahon is considered for Donald Trump's secretary of commerce

Donald Trump 'considering making former WWE boss Linda McMahon his new business tsar'

Former WWE CEO Linda McMahon is considered for secretary of commerce

Former WWE CEO Linda McMahon is considered for Donald Trump's secretary of commerce, according to NBC Connecticut

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and the special relationship - Drunk people share their views in Alco Vox Pops

'What position should Donald Trump and Theresa May do their special relationship?': Alco Vox Pops returns

'We have this special relationship, what position should they do it in?'

Drunk people share their views on the election results

The Big Debate on the Moon: 'We should crush the moon into dust and build a pub'

The Big Debate on the Moon: 'We should crush the moon into dust and build a pub'

The Big Debate on the Moon: 'We should crush the moon into dust and build a pub'

Today's Big Debate was about whether we still need the moon

Bolivian paedophile lynched from tree after raping and murdering four-year-old girl

Bolivian paedophile lynched from tree after raping, murdering four-year-old girl

Paedophile was hung in town square after being dragged out of police station

Jo Cox's murder was pre-planned and politically motivated, trial hears

Jo Cox murder was pre-planned and politically motivated, trial hears

Jo Cox murder was pre-planned and politically motivated, trial hears

The trial for the murder of Jo Cox has begun, with the prosecutor claiming the attack was politically or ideological motivated and pre-planned

Donald Trump Nato threat: 'Air raid sirens already sounding in Ukraine over Putin threat'

Trump Nato threat: 'Air raid sirens already sounding in Ukraine over Putin'

Dr Peter Carrick-Adams says Trump's victory should be a 'wake-up call' for the US

One dead and several injured after school bus collides with truck

One dead, several injured after school bus collides with truck

One dead, several injured after school bus collides with truck

The driver of the school bus has died and many more were left injured after the bus collided with a truck in France, according to reports.

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