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Monday, July 31, 2017

Monday, July 31, 2017

'It's mind boggling those responsible for Grenfell Tower fire want to stay in power', says George Galloway

Galloway on Grenfell Tower: 'How can the people responsible even leave their house?'

George Galloway is shocked those responsible for Grenfell Tower are in power

George Galloway says if an election was held now, no one who was previously in power in Kensington and Chelsea would be voted in

Liverpool fans vote in favour of rail seating - what is it?

Liverpool fans vote in favour of rail seating - but how does it work, and how safe is it?

Liverpool fans vote in favour of rail seating - but how safe is it?

A week-long poll run by a campaign group revealed 88% of the sample voted in favour of safe standing

George Galloway reopens feud with Charlie Mullins: 'Careful or you could face criminal incitement charges'

George Galloway tells Charlie Mullins: 'You could face incitement charges'

Galloway says Pimlico Plumbers poss is treading a fine line

Shaun Ryder on new Black Grape album 'Pop Voodoo' and I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here'

Shaun Ryder on new Black Grape album 'Pop Voodoo' and I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here'

Shaun Ryder on the new Black Grape album 'Pop Voodoo' and 'I'm A Celebrity'

The Black Grape frontman swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross and Carole Malone

Liverpool FC fans back reintroduction of standing

Liverpool FC fans back reintroduction of standing

88% of fans cited in supporters' group poll back return of safe standing

Danish scientists suggest we start eating new food called crispy jellyfish

Danish scientists suggest we start eating new food called crispy jellyfish

Danish scientists suggest we start eating new food called crispy jellyfish

Jellyfish are already eaten mainly in Southeast Asia but crispy jellyfish are prepared in a different way

China hits back at Donald Trump over North Korea tweet

China hits back at Donald Trump over North Korea tweet

China hits back at Donald Trump over North Korea tweet

The country's Foreign Ministry released a statement to Reuters to say all parties bore responsibility

Arsenal fans urged to boycott club as owner Stan Kroenke launches bloodsports channel

Arsenal fans urged to boycott club as owner launches bloodsports channel

Stan Kroenke launched My Outdoor TV over the weekend - and fans are furious

Research claims targeted advertising on social media does influence voters

Theresa May take note: New research shows voters are swayed by targeted ads

Theresa May take note: New research shows voters are swayed by targeted ads

The Online Privacy Foundation says it is concerned that people's biases are being manipulated

Brexit: Theresa May torpedoes idea of free movement extension

Brexit: Theresa May torpedoes idea of free movement extension

Theresa May torpedoes idea of free movement extension

May says free movement will end as soon as Britain leaves the EU in March 2019

'Russia and America are dangerously close to confrontation', says former ambassador

'Russia and America are dangerously close to confrontation', says former ambassador

'Russia and America are dangerously close to confrontation'

Sir Tony Brenton says Russia expelling diplomats shows how angry it is about hopes of a good relationship going downhill

America's west and east coasts in reach of North Korean missiles, claims report

North Korea missiles could reach American coast, Pyongyang claims

North Korea missiles could reach American coast, Pyongyang claims

The country said it had conducted a successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile over the weekend

Thousands attend protest in Istanbul against security measures at Al-Aqsa Mosque

Thousands attend protest in Istanbul against Israel's security measures at Al-Aqsa mosque

Huge protest in Istanbul against Israel's security measures at Al-Aqsa mosque

Many of those protesting waved Palestinian and Turkish flags and chanted 'Istanbul and Jerusalem are arm-in-arm'

Islamic State claims responsibility for Kabul suicide attack

Islamic State claims responsibility for Kabul suicide attack

Islamic State claims responsibility for Kabul suicide attack

The Iraqi embassy in Afghanistan came under attack after a suicide bomber detonated his explosives outside the gate

Tony Blair cannot be prosecuted over Iraq war, High Court rules

Tony Blair cannot be prosecuted over Iraq war, High Court rules

Blair has faced prolonged criticism over the war

Princess Diana tapes: 'On the face of it, Channel 4 are wrong', says commentator Rupert Bell

Princess Diana tapes: Channel 4 are wrong to do this, says commentator Rupert Bell

Princess Diana tapes: Channel 4 are wrong to do this, says commentator

Rupert Bell spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the broadcaster's decision to air tapes made by Diana with her former vocal coach

Ian Botham faces major criticism over heated interview on shooting

Ian Botham faces major criticism over heated interview on shooting

Botham was discussing his new charity initiative - and ended up in an argument with Rachel Burden

Turkey Coup: more than one thousand arrested in ongoing crackdown

Turkey Coup: more than 1,000 arrested in ongoing crackdown

Turkey Coup: more than 1,000 arrested in ongoing crackdown

Roughly 50,000 people have been detained since the failed coup in 2016

Brexit: 'Cabinet tensions are damaging Theresa May, but her most dangerous leadership moment has passed' - unfinished

Julia Hartley-Brewer: Theresa May is too weak to slap down her cabinet colleagues

Julia: Theresa May is too weak to slap down her cabinet colleague

Mark Wallace, the executive editor of website ConservativeHome, says many politicians are using Brexit to angle for future jobs

Asteroid in Earth flyby to be used by NASA to test 'planetary defence system'

Nasa to test 'planetary defence system' in asteroid fly-by

Nasa to test 'planetary defence system' in asteroid fly-by

The rock, called 2012 TC4, will pass the planet at a distance of 6,880 kilometres

New BBC pay row erupts over World Service and news gap

New BBC pay row erupts over World Service and news gap

New BBC pay row erupts over World Service and news gap

Those working for the BBC's World Service have become angered over the amount they are paid

EasyJet passenger tells of nightmare ordeal which culminated in a punch thrown by Nice Airport staff member

EasyJet passenger who photographed Nice airport punch describes the chaos

EasyJet passenger who photographed Nice airport punch describes the chaos

Arabella Ark was travelling back to Luton Airport when she witnessed a member of staff at the airport punch a man holding a baby

Simon Weston: Surviving the Moment

Simon Weston: Surviving the Moment

Simon Weston: Surviving the Moment

The remarkable story of one man’s inspirational journey from victim to survivor to campaigner

Brexit: Boris Johnson dismisses resignation reports, blasts Sir Vince Cable

Brexit: Boris Johnson dismisses resignation reports, blasts Sir Vince Cable

Boris Johnson dismisses resignation reports, blasts Sir Vince Cable

The Lib Dem leader said the Foreign Secretary might resign after reports of a cabinet dispute went public

Friday, July 28, 2017

Friday, July 28, 2017

The footage went viral on YouTube

Lanarkshire man filmed dog doing Nazi salute as he said 'Sieg Heil'

Lanarkshire man filmed dog doing Nazi salute as he said 'Sieg Heil'

Mark Meechan maintains it was all an elaborate

Terry left for Aston Villa this summer

Gang who burgled Chelsea legend John Terry jailed for 28 years

Gang who burgled Chelsea legend John Terry jailed for 28 years

Burglars stole designer goods worth over £400,000

Married couple jump to their death together from office building in Manhattan

Married couple jump to their death together from office building in Manhattan

Married couple jump to their death together from office building in Manhattan

A suicide note was found which explained the couple's financial problems

The Al-Aqsa mosque has been the seen of major protests in recent days

Al-Aqsa crisis: People who make Israel the bad guys are supporting terrorism

'Those who make Israel the bad guys of Al-Aqsa are supporting terrorism'

People who want to reduce the Israel-Palestine issue to a cartoon ignore the fact that the Israelis were the victims at Al-Aqsa - and they fail to understand that security barriers are a vital means of preventing a future terrorist attack

Chechen leader wants to step down in order to protect Al-Aqsa Mosque

Gay-hating Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov says he'll quit - to go and protect Al-Aqsa Mosque

Chechen leader wants to step down in order to protect Al-Aqsa Mosque

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov suggests giving all rights to the Al-Aqsa Mosque to Jordan

YouTuber Grace Victory on her new book, inspiring others and representation

YouTuber Grace Victory on her new book, inspiring others and representation

YouTuber Grace Victory on her new book, inspiring others and representation

Blogger Grace Victory says her book is about her childhood trauma and how she got to where she is now

Gary Connery - amazing stunts of the daredevil behind the Queen's skydive in London 2012

London 2012: The remarkable stuntman who parachuted to earth as the Queen five years ago

The remarkable stuntman who parachuted to earth as the Queen five years ago

The skydive was one of the biggest moments of the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony

Charlie Mullins called George Galloway out on talkRADIO

George Galloway in furious row with Charlie Mullins: 'Let's sort this out face to face'

Charlie Mullins calls out George Galloway: 'Let's sort this face to face'

Our presenter had a bust-up with the Pimlico Plumber's boss on James Whales' talkRADIO show

Eastern Lightning: The banned Chinese cult that believes a woman is the reincarnation of Jesus

Eastern Lightning: The banned Chinese cult that believes a woman is the reincarnation of Jesus

Eastern Lightning: The Chinese cult that believes Jesus has been reincarnated

Some members of Eastern Lightning, also known as Church of Almighty God, have been arrested after a six-month investigation

Sylvester McCoy on Jodie Whittaker, The Hobbit trilogy, and London Comic-Con

Sylvester McCoy on Jodie Whittaker, The Hobbit trilogy, and London Comic-Con

Sylvester McCoy on Jodie Whittaker, The Hobbit trilogy, and London Comic-Con

The Scottish actor, known for his role as the Seventh Doctor and as Radagast the Brown, came onto the talkRADIO airwaves for a chat with Paul Ross

Police cordons in place around Al-Aqsa Mosque as those aged under 50 are banned

Jerusalem crisis: Police cordons around Al-Aqsa Mosque as those aged under 50 barred

Police cordons around Al-Aqsa Mosque as those aged under 50 barred

Security measures at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound have been increased again over fears of violence

Russian intelligence claimed to have used Facebook to spy on Emmanuel Macron

Russian intelligence 'used Facebook to spy on Emmanuel Macron's campaign'

Russian intelligence 'used Facebook to spy on Emmanuel Macron's campaign'

Reuters reports intelligence officials created roughly 24 fake profiles to spy on associates of the French President during his campaign

Astronomers record finest details yet on gamma-ray bursts

Astronomers record gamma-ray bursts in finest-ever detail

Astronomers record gamma-ray bursts in finest-ever detail

Several telescopes were used to gain more information about gamma-ray bursts, one of the most explosive incidents in the entire universe

Russia orders America to cut embassy staff in response to increased sanctions

Russia orders America to cut embassy staff in response to increased sanctions

Russia orders America to cut embassy staff in response to increased sanctions

The Russian government has also reportedly suspended the capability of the US embassy to use diplomatic properties

'Anthony Scaramucci's priority is settling scores with those who kept him from a job in January', says politics professor

Anthony Scaramucci 'pulled out a shotgun and he's brought the whole house down'

Anthony Scaramucci 'pulled out a shotgun and he's brought the whole house down'

Politics professor Scott Lucas says Donald Trump brought Anthony Scaramucci in because he’s going into the bunker because of the Russia investigation

Labour councillor suggests Government could also be investigated over Grenfell Tower

Grenfell: Government could be charged with corporate manslaughter, says councillor

'Government could be charged with corporate manslaughter over Grenfell'

Julia Hartley-Brewer and Labour councillor Pat Mason had a heated debate about the Conservative council in Kensington and Chelsea

'Irish officials fear Britain isn't prepared for grinding Brexit detail', says Irish World editor Bernard Purcell

'Irish officials fear Britain isn't prepared for grinding Brexit detail', says journalist Bernard Purcell

'Irish officials fear Britain isn't prepared for grinding Brexit detail'

Bernard Purcell, editor of Irish World, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the reported call by the Irish government for a border on the Irish Sea

Prime Minister of Pakistan removed from office by Supreme Court

Nawaz Sharif: Prime Minister of Pakistan removed from office by Supreme Court

Nawaz Sharif: Prime Minister of Pakistan removed from office by Supreme Court

A criminal investigation began after a panel found Nawaz Sharif and his family couldn't account for their wealth

Ministry of Justice report 'symptomatic of everything wrong' in prison service, says POA representative

Prison officers' union blasts Government after report shows wrongful releases at record high

Prison officers' union blasts Government after 'wrongful release' report

Steve Gillan, the Prison Officers Association's General Secretary, spoke to Paul Ross about UK prison services

Grenfell Tower: Police say there's 'reasonable grounds' to suspect corporate manslaughter

Grenfell Tower: Police say there's 'reasonable grounds' to suspect corporate manslaughter

Grenfell: Police say 'reasonable grounds' to suspect corporate manslaughter

Senior figures in the local authority and the Tenant Management Organisation are to face questioning over the tower fire

Fourteen imprisoned for multi-million pound conspiracy to produce cannabis

Members of £25 million cannabis ring jailed for combined 92 years

Members of £25 million cannabis ring jailed for combined 92 years

An investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate found 16,428 plants across Kent and Norfolk between 2013 to 2015

Brexit: Diane Abbott insists Labour's not 'taking options off the table'

Brexit: Diane Abbott insists Labour's not 'taking options off the table'

Diane Abbott insists Labour's not 'taking options off the table' for Brexit

The shadow home secretary spoke to BBC Newsnight about Labour's plans for the withdrawal from the bloc

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Woman filmed threatening three Somalians and vowing to 'kill all Muslims' in parking dispute

Woman filmed threatening three Somalians and vowing to 'kill all Muslims' in parking dispute

Woman filmed threatening to 'kill all Muslims' in parking dispute

Amber Hensley has now apologised on Facebook for her actions

'Chaotic consultations with Grenfell Tower victims could lead to inquiry boycott', says Society of Black Lawyers

'Chaotic consultation with Grenfell Tower victims could lead to inquiry boycott', says Society of Black Lawyers

'Chaotic consultations with Grenfell Tower victims may lead to inquiry boycott'

The chair of the Society of Black Lawyers Peter Herbert says he is deeply concerned that Martin Moore-Bick appears to have no relevant experience

Teenager accused of flying drone over racetrack causing chaos for nearby helicopters

Teenager accused of flying drone over racetrack causing chaos for nearby helicopters

Teenager accused of flying drone over racetrack causing chaos for helicopters

Police claim a 17-year-old flew a drone over the Townsville Street Circuit during a Supercars Championship race in Australia

Manchester Police taser man allegedly carrying knife and crossbow in city centre

Manchester Police taser man 'carrying knife and crossbow' in city centre

Manchester Police taser man 'carrying knife and crossbow' in city centre

Images on social media appear to show the man walking down the street with the crossbow slung over his back

German Islamist preacher jailed for supporting foreign terror group

German Islamist preacher jailed for supporting foreign terror group

German Islamist preacher jailed for supporting foreign terror group

The prosecution said Sven Lau helped recruit people for Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar

Gaza is creaking beneath the weight of Israeli oppression, says Ben Jamal

'We need to turn the spotlight back on Gaza'

'We need to turn the spotlight back on Gaza'

Gaza is facing a humanitarian disaster and it's time we matched words with actions, says Ben Jamal

After the freak accident at the Ohio State Fair, how safe are UK rides?

After the freak accident at the Ohio State Fair, how safe are UK rides?

After the freak accident at the Ohio State Fair, how safe are UK rides?

One person died and seven more were injured after the Fireball at the fair in Columbus suffered a major malfunction

50 years on since gay sex was legalised in the UK, many countries still continue to punish homosexuals

50 years on since gay sex was legalised in the UK, many countries still continue to punish homosexuals

50 years on since gay sex was legalised, many countries still punish homosexuals

Several countries still punish gay people with fines, prison and even the death penalty

'The more anti-Semitism is talked about the more reported incidents rise', says Jewish journalist

Jewish journalist blames 'Ken Livingstone copycats' for rise in anti-semitism

Jewish journalist blames 'Ken Livingstone copycats' for rise in anti-semitism

Jonathan Pollard spoke to talkRADIO after figures showed anti-semitic incidents at record high

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