If the SNP are instead seen to back down in the face of a defeat that didn’t actually happen, they would be self-inflicting a wound that might never properly heal
Conservative blogger Henry Hill on why we should back Theresa May this weekend
Ignore the rabid right-wing press - there's every reason to go to the polls and ensure the unionists' defeat is as crushing as possible
The Lib Dem lays out his party's case in a special election column for talkRADIO
'A lot of times the police would even prey on the families' own sense of guilt. A lot of times the families didn't know their son or brother was gay.'
George Galloway believes the Scottish Labour Party needs a leader that can demonstrate their leadership so that people rally behind them
George Galloway believes it's ludicrous that George Osborne is claiming his constituents won't be affected by him taking a position at the London Evening Standard
George Galloway believes few MPs are competent - but stay in their jobs because they sit in safe seats
George Galloway believes the SNP will not win a Scottish independence vote, and even if they did Scotland would be out of the UK and the EU
Mrs May's current course is a disastrous folly, and history shows that an overbearing Tory government is a godsend for separatists
George Galloway believes if Scotland were to leave the UK and join the EU it would only lead to misery
George Galloway has warned listeners not be be lured into supporting the House of Lords over Brexit
George Galloway believes guaranteeing the rights of EU nationals in the UK must be done so that we take the moral high ground
George Galloway believes a second Scottish independence referendum is needed, but not until after the UK leaves the European Union
After the Stoke and Copeland by-elections, George Galloway has given his views on why the results turned out the way they did
George Galloway has claimed that the media is still treating people who believe the Iraq war was a disaster as 'lunatics'
Tony Blair made a speech on Brexit and called on the public to "rise up" and change their minds about Brexit, but Galloway believes his past should already have stopped him in his tracks
Tony Blair has urged the British people to 'rise up' and change their minds about Brexit, as he believes we should remain in the European Union
Tony Blair has urged the British people to 'rise up' and change their minds about Brexit, as he believes they voted 'without knowledge of the true terms of Brexit'
talkRADIO spoke to RT's communications director Anna Belkina, and invited her to respond to the allegations levelled at RT over recent months.
George Galloway believes the UK's approach to economics has been a disaster for over 30 years
The biggest war crime committed since the First World War by the UK was the Iraq invasion itself and not the British soldiers, George Galloway claims
Israel has showed it doesn't even listen to its friend. Now is the time for action
Benoit Hamon has been chosen as the Socialist Party candidate in France's presidential election
George Galloway has said Kurdish people's right to have their own land must be recognised
The senator for Massachusetts has made it clear where she stands in no uncertain terms on the president
Why Catalonia's brave, just and tireless struggle serves as an inspiration to us all
George Galloway has said that Barack Obama knew what he needed to do as President but was too cowardly to achieve it
Federal Judge James Robart has ruled against Donald Trump's travel ban, meaning once banned travellers can now enter the country
George believes a Le Pen victory could bring the entire EU crashing down
George Galloway believes a fifth column is trying to tempt the EU into making negotiations with the UK difficult so they can have another referendum
Protesters against Donald Trump don't want him to build a wall along the Mexico border, yet the UK's plans for a similar boundary received almost no attention, says our presenter
George Galloway opened his show today with a moving monologue on Donald Trump's travel ban
In a post-homophobic society, there'll be no need to define oneself as no-one will care who we love and sleep with
Trump's plan is rash and unnecessary. We in Britain must show our displeasure
George Galloway has said a soft Brexit is the worst possible option for the UK, as it's worse than a hard Brexit or staying within the EU
George Galloway discussed the press conference held by Theresa May and Donald Trump on Friday
Stiles paved the way for the modern United and helped make football our national obsession. It's time to repay our debt
We find ourselves locked in a battle for historical truth in the area where almost all 6 million Jews annihilated by the Nazis were killed
If we needed any more proof of the folly of Trident, the mis-fire debable has provided it
George Galloway believes Donald Trump will not go through with his previous talk of scrapping the Iran nuclear deal, as he is not strong enough
George Galloway believes Nigel Farage's radio show was not scheduled at the same time as his due to fear of competition
Theresa May talks of preserving the union but the promises made in her Brexit speech yesterday were inimical to that aim
This week the Badass Women's Hour ladies discussed the idea setting New Year's resolutions, however it's clear they don't quite agree with the tradition
“One hunt has not been sacked yet. Another Hunt has sacked himself, leaving his constituents in the middle of a cold winter entirely alone..."
Mr Trump's tweet was reckless and insensitive. He must do better as president
George Galloway says it's "part and parcel of an hysteric talking down of Britain and the British economy in the wake of the Brexit vote".
It is doubtful that the conviction of Azaria will be a watershed moment in the conduct of the IDF towards Palestinians.
From truck bans to helicopters, this most quintessentially Spanish event has gone to extreme lengths to protect itself this year
If the two sides can come together and finally create a progressive alliance, the Tories might be toppled far sooner than people think
In his second article for talkRADIO, rail expert Tony Miles says the Department for Transport is the villain of this particular piece
A Spanish migrant and community organiser living in London describes the uncertainty that Britain's vote to leave the European Union has engendered in his social circle
The talkRADIO presenter was asked by caller from Norway: 'What are your thoughts about the future of European Integration?'