“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?'
Rolf Harris to stand trial via video link, while coroner hears case of man who drowned on stag do
Railway journalist Tony Miles explains what goes into operating train doors, and why it isn't a simple case of pushing a button or two
"I am second to none in detestation of Boris Johnson, yet if he was good enough when lying he must not be sacked for telling the truth."
George Galloway warned Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron not to get too carried away by the Richmond Park by-election victory.
Avoid the scams with the only show on the radio that stops you getting hustled
George Galloway comments on newly-released files that Thatcher secretly continued to pursue politically explosive plans to dismantle the welfare state even after ministers thought they had been killed off by a cabinet revolt.
In his Friday night programme, talkRADIO's George Galloway urged Theresa May to call a snap election, saying "Parliament has a right to be involved in Brexit, but not this one".
Theo Deutinger's utopia would sit in between Italy and Tunisia, channelling the European dream and the wonder of space exploration
The London Stadium cost the taxpayer over £700m. It's high time the problems were sorted out
England is every bit as much entitled to democratic self-determination as Scotland is - but doesn't seem to have realised it yet
"I have long history with the Fake Sheikh. I support investigative journalism, but there's difference between angling & trawling."
Mahmood broke the law and has been punished. There's no need to criminalise a vital and highly skilled aspect of the media because of it
Sam Delaney has called for people to remember the real issues surrounding the Calais Jungle camp, rather than focusing on celebrities
Nandy received universal praise for grilling Theresa May on Dame Lowell Goddard and the child sex abuse inquiry
People used to say Scottish Labour were merely a branch office of the main party. Now they're somehow even more pathetic than that
"Boris Johnson's one man band encircled the Russian Embassy," George Galloway told listeners on Friday night.
Bob Dylan is a legend but there are plenty of others who have achieved more in music
New states of Eastern Europe must acknowledge the role local collaborators played in atrocities
Farce of Diane James' resignation is just the latest example of incompetence south of the border
The three scientists are credited with unlocking the world of 'exotic matter' - but what exactly has their work achieved?
talkRADIO's star presenter opens up on the furore following his dismissal from the Now Show
Lurking in woods and parks to jump out and scare people is the antithesis of what I and my fellow clowns stand for
The rich and famous are joining forces to keep the Donald out of the White House
The ninth president of Israel, who served from 2007 to 2014, passed away this morning
Leading sports lawyer Dr Gregory Ionnadis guides us through the legal minefield which could be created by the Telegraph sting
As Liberal Democrat leader, I welcome anyone wants to advance the causes of social justice
The idea of dressing as a clown and attacking people in the woods has become a rather terrifying craze
A remarkable project aims to create 3D models of the skulls and tools of those who died nearly 500 years ago
McWilliams is believed to be the world's youngest ever commercial female airline captain, aged 26 years old, she started flying at the age of 13
It's time we started empowering bi people to proudly be themselves, without fear of prejudice
A barbaric festival which dates back thousands of years, El Toro Embolado remains widespread in Valencia and its neighbouring regions
Simon Woolley, founder and direction of Operation Black Vote, explains why he is supporting Black Lives Matter as the chaos in Charlotte continues
David Miliband is portrayed as Labour's great lost talent. But his refusal to step in and save the party leaves him no right to criticise those who are out there in the arena
They were once the world's golden couple. Now Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are headed for a messy divorce
Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins have all left The Great British Bake Off, so can Hollywood do it alone? talkRADIO weighs up his chances
The New York and New Jersey attacks may have failed to kill anyone, but the online jihadist network is buzzing with excitement
Farage has always divided opinion, but today he received a huge amount of goodwill
Over 400 years after a bunch of English colonists disappeared without trace, the chilling mystery continues to baffle and beguile
Five people are battling to succeed Nigel Farage as figurehead of Ukip. And if you thought old Nige was controversial, you ain't seen nothin yet
Many Twitter users have heralded the role played by Polish airmen and suggested we should remember this before criticising their migration to the UK