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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Kellyanne Conway - a look deeper into Donald Trump's trusted advisor

Kellyanne Conway punching claims just another controversy for Donald Trump's iron lady

Kellyanne Conway punching claims just another controversy for Trump's iron lady

The Senior White House advisor was reportedly involved in an altercation at the inaugural ball - but the headlines are nothing new for her

Britney Spears doesn't give 'her blessing' to new film about her life

There's a new movie about Britney Spears... and she's not happy about it

Britney Spears angry about new movie profiling her life

Britney Spears' life will be reflected on in a new TV movie entitled Britney Ever After, however the singer herself is said to have not given the film her blessing

Obama administration gave Palestinian Authority $222 million (£178mn) ahead of Trump inauguration

Barack Obama gave Palestinians $200 million before handing over to Donald Trump, say officials

Barack Obama 'gave Palestinians $200 million before leaving office'

Unnamed officials revealed the transaction, which reportedly took place ahead of Donald Trump taking power last Friday

More than 1,000kg of marijuana disguised as watermelons is found in Texas

More than 1,000kg of marijuana disguised as watermelons found in Texas

More than 1,000kg of marijuana disguised as watermelons found in Texas

The customs and border patrol unit discovered that marijuana had been disguised as watermelons in a commercial shipment

'Naturists should have the same opportunities as those who wear clothes', says nude exercise class leader

'Naturists should have the same opportunities as those who wear clothes', says nude exercise class leader

'Naturists should have the same opportunities as those who wear clothes'

Personal trainer and naturist Helen Smith, has launched the first nude exercise classes in Britain

Scientists capture footage of a sonic boom of light for the first time

Scientists capture footage of a sonic boom of light for the first time

Scientists capture footage of a sonic boom of light for the first time

Scientists have captured footage of a sonic boom of light for the first time ever, using a custom-built camera which records frames just a trillionth of a second apart

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland, says Nicola Sturgeon

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland, says Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon: Supreme Court ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland

The ruling said Westminster will not have to seek approval from the authorities in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland to trigger Article 50

Taylor Swift shows support for women's marches, but is criticised for not attending one herself

Taylor Swift criticised for calling herself a feminist yet not attending anti-Trump march

'Feminist' Taylor Swift criticised for not attenting women's anti-Trump march

Taylor Swift tweeted her support for those taking part in women's marches over the weekend, however this has resulted in a backlash against the star for not marching herself

The scientists hope their technology will be rolled out for commercial use soon

Scientists design 3D printer that creates human skin

Scientists design 3D printer that creates human skin

Robot will be used for transplants and emergency treatments

Labour, Liberal Democrats and the SNP call on the government after the Supreme Court Brexit decision

Supreme Court Brexit ruling: SNP, Labour promise to amend Article 50 bill while Lib Dems threaten to vote against

Labour, SNP vow to amend Brexit bill while Lib Dems threaten to vote against

The Supreme Court has ruled that the Brexit process cannot begin without a vote in Parliament and so Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have responded to the decision

'He is a human being with integrity' - Ewan McGregor refuses to appear on Good Morning Britain

Ewan McGregor praised for snubbing 'tyrant' Piers Morgan in feminism row

Ewan McGregor praised for snubbing 'tyrant' Piers Morgan in feminism row

The actor has refused to appear on Good Morning Britain, after discovering that it's hosted by Piers Morgan

Brexit: Government won't be constrained on bill', says Sir Bill Cash after Supreme Court ruling

Brexit challengers are wasting their time, says Sir Bill Cash after Supreme Court ruling

Government won't be constrained on triggering Article 50, says Sir Bill Cash

The Supreme Court ruled today that the Government can't trigger Article 50 without putting a bill through Parliament

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'was always going to be a victory', says Charlie Mullins

Julia asks Brexit legal challenge donor: 'what gives you the right to buy influence?'

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Brexit challenge donor over Supreme Court ruling

Charlie Mullins, CEO of Pimlico Plumbers and Remain campaigner who helped fund the Supreme Court case, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the historic ruling from the Supreme Court

BREAKING: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

Brexit: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

Brexit: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

The Supreme Court delivered their verdict on the historic case today (Tuesday)

Brexit: Supreme court ruling to be announced today

Brexit: Supreme court ruling to be announced today

Brexit: Supreme court ruling to be announced today

Britain's most senior judges will reveal whether Theresa May has the formal power to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations with the European Union

Monday, January 23, 2017

Monday, January 23, 2017

Trump said withdrawal from the TPP was vital to protecting American jobs

Donald Trump withdraws from TPP trade deal in Brexit-style move

Donald Trump withdraws from TPP trade deal in Brexit-style move

TPP had been designed to pave the way for a form of single market between signatories

'It's easy for online fraud victims to believe fraudsters after months of being led on', says online security advisor

'Online dating fraud is really easy - all you need is a fake profile picture'

'Online dating fraud is really easy - all you need is a fake profile picture'

Security advisor Scott McGready spoke to talkRADIO about a new report showing that online dating fraud victims handed over a total of £39 million last year

'Theresa May must tell Donald Trump that we don't accept his misogyny', says the Women's Equality Party

Theresa May must tell Donald Trump we don't accept his misogyny, says leader of Saturday's protest march

'Theresa May must tell Donald Trump that we don't accept his misogyny'

Sophie Walker, head of the Women's Equality Party, says Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn should have backed the demonstration

Kaye was one of Britain's best-loved comic actor

'Allo Allo! star Gorden Kaye dies at 75

'Allo Allo! star Gordon Kaye dies at 75

Star also appeared in Coronation Street and the film version of Porridge during a glittering acting career

George Galloway: 'I may be wrong, but I feel Trump will try to reset Russian relations'

George Galloway: Donald Trump will help avert war with Russia

George Galloway: Donald Trump will help avert war with Russia

George Galloway shared his view on Trump while speaking to a caller named Colin

Mother jailed for nine years after plotting to allow a paedophile to rape her 7-year-old daughter

Mother jailed for nine years after plotting to allow paedophile to rape 7-year-old daughter

Mother jailed after plotting to allow a paedophile to rape her daughter

A mother has been jailed for nine years after plotting the rape for a sum of around £200-£300

Japanese fortune teller brainwashed woman into prostitution to pay off debts

Japanese fortune teller brainwashed woman into prostitution to pay off debts

Japanese fortune teller brainwashed woman into prostitution to pay off debts

The fortune teller has been ordered to pay her victim over 90 million yen (£640,000) by Tokyo District Court

Huge pod of dolphins captured in Japan and left for days, says dolphin charity

At least 250 dolphins could be slaughtered after $40m hunter raid, claims welfare group

'At least 250 dolphins could be slaughtered after $40m hunter raid'

A huge pod of dolphins have been captured in Taiji, Japan and left there for days whilst they are slowly sorted, claims a dolphin charity

You can listen to Alexis every Saturday on talkRADIO

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, January 21

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, January 21

This week we’re looking at the IP Bill, how we protect ourselves online and whether or not you should look to VPNs for all your internet activity

Rigopiano hotel: Italian media reports manager raised avalanche concerns ahead of disaster

Rigopiano hotel: Italian media reports manager begged for help hours before avalanche

Manager of Italian hotel buried by avalanche begged for help before disaster

Following a series of earthquakes, the Rigopiano hotel in central Italy was flattened by an avalanche weighing roughly 120,000 tonnes last week

China orders mass golf course closures in crackdown on wealthy sport

China orders mass golf course closures in crackdown on wealthy sport

China orders mass golf course closures in crackdown on wealthy sport

A total of 111 of the country's 683 courses have been closed in a crackdown which has been ongoing since 2011

'The Food Standards Agency are preempting evidence which may never come to light', says health commentator

Health journalist says toast and potato cancer warnings are 'inconclusive'

Health journalist says toast and potato cancer warnings are 'inconclusive'

The FSA has issued a warning over foods such as roast potatoes, chips and toast, claiming they should only be cooked until they are golden

The Rodong Sinmum devoted just two sentences to last week's big event

Donald Trump inauguration covered in just two sentences by North Korean state newspaper

Donald Trump inauguration given two sentences by North Korean state newspaper

Most news outlets adopted a 'more is better' approach to Mr Trump's inauguration, but North Korea's Rodong Sinmum is not among them

'If you don't brown toast, isn't it just warm bread?' - Twitter reacts to the toast health scare

Twitter vows to continue eating burnt toast despite cancer warning

Twitter vows to continue eating burnt toast despite cancer warning

Health officials have once again provided a warning about foods which could increase the risk of cancer...this time it's toast

Scientists now believe humans were responsible for the extinction of Australia's prehistoric giants

Humans 'caused the extinction of giant prehistoric animals' in Australia

Humans 'caused the extinction of giant prehistoric animals' in Australia

The extinction of prehistoric giant animals in Australia 45,000 years ago was more likely caused by humans rather than climate change, new evidence suggests

Brexit: Theresa May 'needs to clarify when freedom of movement will change', says Leave.EU co-founder Richard Tice

Brexit: Author of '1 million new migrants' survey says freedom of movement rules must change now

Migration survey author says freedom of movement rules must change now

Leave.EU co-founder Richard Tice called on the Prime Minister to provide more clarity on the immigration rules to the UK

'Donald Trump knows the repercussions of embassy move', says Israel Radio journalist Jerry Lewis

Donald Trump blasted by Jewish journalist over Israel embassy plans: 'He's like a bull in a china shop'

Donald Trump blasted by Jewish journalist over Israel embassy plans

Jerry Lewis spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Donald Trump's plans to move the US embassy from Israel to Jerusalem

'Donald Trump may decide to use nuclear weapons, and someone like him will come around every few hundred years', says MP Angus MacNeil

Trident mis-fire: SNP lawmaker says Theresa May probably didn't know

Trident mis-fire: SNP lawmaker says Theresa May probably didn't know

The Sunday Times claimed that an unarmed missile from the Trident nuclear programme veered off course in June during a test. Theresa May has not confirmed whether she knew about this or not

Freezing fog causes travel chaos as passengers face flight cancellations and delays

Freezing fog causes travel chaos as passengers face flight cancellations and delays

Freezing fog causes travel chaos as passengers face flight cancellations

Fog has caused travel disruption across the south of England, as thousands are facing flight cancellations and delays

Stoke by-election: 'The electoral system works against us,' says UKIP's Paul Nuttall

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says Stoke is 'UK's Brexit capital' as he talks up by-election chances

Paul Nuttall says Stoke is 'UK's Brexit capital' as he talks up election chances

The party confirmed yesterday (Sunday) its leader would run for election in Stoke

Theresa May and Donald Trump to discuss slashing tariffs on US-UK trade

Theresa May and Donald Trump to discuss slashing tariffs on US-UK trade

Theresa May and Donald Trump to talk about slashing trade tariffs on US-UK trade

The Prime Minister will be the first foreign leader to meet with the new president on Friday in Washington

Trump administration refuses to release President's tax returns

Donald Trump breaks 40-year tradition by refusing to release tax returns

Donald Trump breaks 40-year tradition by refusing to release tax returns

The president has repeatedly refused to make public his tax returns, even while he was campaigning for office

Theresa May faces continued pressure on Trident missile misfire

Theresa May faces continued pressure on Trident missile misfire

Theresa May faces continued pressure on Trident missile misfire

According to the Sunday Times, a missile reportedly veered off course when fired off the coast of Florida - weeks before the vote on whether to renew Trident's budget

Friday, January 20, 2017

Friday, January 20, 2017

George says murdering words is better than murdering people

George Galloway: Donald Trump murdered the English language in inauguration speech

Galloway: Donald Trump murdered the English language in inauguration speech

But George still thinks Donald Trump is a better choice of leader than Hillary Clinton

WATCH: Protesters chant 'Nazi' at Trump supporter in Austin

WATCH: Protesters chant 'Nazi' at Trump supporter in Austin

WATCH: Protesters chant 'Nazi' at Trump supporter in Austin

Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States today

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Donald Trump inauguration speech 'sounds like fascist rhetoric' says comic Erich McElroy

Donald Trump inauguration speech 'sounds like fascist rhetoric' says US comic

Erich McElroy and Scott Capurro joined our drivetime presenter and guest co-host in the wake of Donald Trump's inauguration speech

'The impeachment clock begins now' - Twitter reacts to Donald Trump's inauguration speech

'The impeachment clock begins now' - Twitter reacts to Donald Trump's inauguration speech

'The impeachment clock begins now' - Twitter reacts to Donald Trump's speech

Donald Trump has now been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States

'There is someone in a bunker at the White House, just incase the Cabinet is wiped out at the inauguration', says Charlie Wolf

Trump inauguration: 'There is someone lying in a bunker at the White House just in case the Cabinet gets wiped out', says Charlie Wolf

'Someone's in a bunker at the White House just incase the Cabinet are wiped out'

Charlie Wolf discusses the contingency plans that are in place, just in case everyone is wiped out at the inauguration

'Everyone in Ayrshire loves Donald Trump', says journo Stuart Wilson ahead of inauguration

'Everyone in Ayrshire loves Donald Trump', says the Scottish journalist who interviewed him twice

'Everyone in Ayrshire loves Donald Trump', says journo Stuart Wilson

Stuart Wilson, a senior reporter for the Ayrshire Post in Scotland, spoke to Sam Delaney ahead of Donald Trump being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States

Several protests are set to take place at Donald Trump's inauguration

Donald Trump inauguration: Washington protests turn violent with reports of grenades and tear gas

Protests in Washington turn violent with reports of grenades and tear gas

Reports suggest demonstrations on streets of US capital have turned violent

Donald Trump inauguration - behind the monumental efforts keeping the new president safe

Donald Trump inauguration: Inside the $100m operation to keep the new president safe

The $100m operation to keep Trump safe

The security forces have turned Washington DC into the most secure city on the planet

Moving Obama out and Trump in - What happens at the White House on inauguration day?

Trump inauguration: Inside the crazy five-hour operation to refit the White House for its new occupants

Inside the crazy five-hour operation to refit the White House for the Trumps

Barack Obama has only a matter of hours left to move his family out of the White House, before Donald Trump moves in, but how does it all work?

Will Donald Trump's inauguration go to plan? Take a look at these strange inaugurations throughout history

Will Donald Trump's inauguration go to plan? Previous ceremonies suggest not

Inaugurations haven't always quite gone to plan throughout history

Throughout history, inaugurations haven't always quite gone to plan and as Donald Trump's inauguration takes place today, we thought we'd take a look back at some inaugurations from the past

Donald Trump's pre-inauguration concert fireworks cause social media stir

Donald Trump's 'pro-Russia' fireworks cause social media uproar on eve of inauguration

Donald Trump's pre-inauguration concert fireworks cause social media stir

The fireworks released in last night's ceremony appeared to form the letters of 'USR' in the air

Donald Trump's election seems to have gone down well among canine voters

Donald Trump inauguration: Forget dogs in polling stations, check out dogs dressed as the President-elect

Forget dogs in polling stations, check out dogs dressed Donald Trump

These guys may not know too much about politics, but they've gone all out to welcome their new

Donald Trump: 'We have to keep protesting and hope structure around him adapts', says journalist Harriet Minter

Donald Trump: 'We have to keep protesting' says activist Harriet Minter

'We have to keep protesting' says activist Harriet Minter

The host of Badass Women's Hour on talkRADIO explained to Julia Hartley-Brewer why she plans to join the Women's March protest in London tomorrow (Saturday)

With only a few hours left until Donald Trump's inauguration, find out what will happen at the ceremony

Donald Trump inauguration: What will happen, and when?

Donald Trump inauguration: What will happen, and when?

Find out what will happen on Donald Trump's inauguration day

'Why would Trump invite Charlotte Church to his inauguration? He's the biggest star on earth', says Piers Morgan

'Why would Donald Trump need Charlotte Church? He's the biggest star on earth' says Piers Morgan

'Why would Trump need Charlotte Church to sing for him?'

Piers Morgan joined Julia Hartley-Brewer to discuss Donald Trump's inaugaration later today

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