Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

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Monday, April 24, 2017

Monday, April 24, 2017

French elections: 'Emmanuel Macron will struggle to get majority if he wins election', says Daily Telegraph journalist

'Emmanuel Macron may beat Marine Le Pen - but he'll struggle to win majority'

'Emmanuel Macron may beat Marine Le Pen - but he'll struggle to win majority'

Peter Foster, the Europe editor for The Daily Telegraph, spoke to Paul Ross about the En Marche! leader's win in the first round of the French election

Paul Nuttall had some controversial things to say about the burqa and Sharia law

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall: 'We must copy Europe on burqa ban'

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall: 'We must copy Europe on burqa ban'

UKIP leader also says Sharia courts must go - but Jewish courts can stay

Friday, April 21, 2017

Friday, April 21, 2017

Paris shooting: 'The only result from the terror attack is we cease to talk about politics', says journalist

Paris terror attack hasn't boosted Marine Le Pen election chances, says journalist

Paris attack hasn't boosted Marine Le Pen election chances, says journalist

Claude Askolovitch, who works for Slate.fr in France, spoke to Paul Ross about the shooting on the Champs-Elysees on Thursday night

'Theresa May called snap election over Tory election expenses', claims Dennis Skinner

Dennis Skinner gets angry when asked if there's a split in Labour under Corbyn

Dennis Skinner gets angry when asked if there's a split in Labour under Corbyn

The MP for Bolsover made it clear he didn't believe the Prime Minister's reasoning in an interview with Paul Ross

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Stephen Kinnick won't confirm if Jeremy Corbyn will be on his campaign literature

Labour MP Stephen Kinnock refuses to confirm Jeremy Corbyn will be on his campaign literature

Stephen Kinnock won't confirm Jeremy Corbyn will be on campaign literature

The MP for Aberavon spoke to Paul Ross about the upcoming election campaign, but wouldn't say yes or no when our host asked him if he'd endorse Jeremy Corbyn

Gisela Stuart says Jeremy Corbyn has nothing to do with her decision to step down

Labour MP Gisela Stuart denies she's quitting because of Jeremy Corbyn

Labour MP Gisela Stuart denies she's quitting because of Jeremy Corbyn

Outgoing MP for Birmingham Edgbaston also says Labour must map out to voters their vision for a successful Brexit

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Sir Vince Cable confirms he's ready for re-election after Theresa May's election announcement

Early election: Vince Cable confirms he's ready to return to parliament aged 74

Vince Cable confirms he's ready to return to parliament aged 74

The former Business Secretary and former MP for Twickenham spoke to Paul Ross about the Prime Minister's announcement

'It's the right decision' - Michael Gove MP backs Theresa May over election call, lambasts Jeremy Corbyn

Michael Gove says Britain and Labour deserve better than Jeremy Corbyn

Michael Gove says Britain and Labour deserve better than Jeremy Corbyn

The MP for Surrey Heath and former Justice Secretary spoke to Paul Ross about the motion to call a vote in June

Early general election: 'We will win', says Labour's John McDonnell

Jeremy Corbyn's No.2 John McDonnell insists 'we will win general election'

Jeremy Corbyn's No.2 John McDonnell insists 'we will win general election'

The shadow chancellor and MP for Hayes and Harlington spoke confidently to Paul Ross about Labour's chances of becoming elected in June

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Former Deputy Headteacher backs Bear Grylls' call for school empowerment

Parenting expert backs Bear Grylls' call for school empowerment

Parenting expert backs Bear Grylls' call for school empowerment

The TV presenter and survivalist said schools in the UK don't fully prepare children for life

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Saturday, April 15, 2017

'We should be very proud about quality and safety standards' after Hillsborough, claims Ray Lewis

'We should be very proud about quality and safety standards' after Hillsborough, claims Ray Lewis

Hillsborough referee Ray Lewis reveals the horror he witnessed

Ray Lewis, referee at the ill-fated semi-final in 1989, claims the disaster has had a lasting impact

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

United Airlines: 'It's a horrible situation, but the airline was in the right', says Independent travel writer

United Airlines was right to throw passenger off, says travel writer

United Airlines was right to throw passenger off, says travel writer

Simon Calder, a travel writer for The Independent, spoke to Paul Ross about the shocking incident of a man being dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight

Friday, April 7, 2017

Friday, April 7, 2017

Idlib massacre: LISTEN: Syrian woman reveals heartbreaking details of attack that killed 22 members of her family

Idlib massacre: LISTEN: Syrian woman reveals heartbreaking details of attack that killed 22 members of her family

Syrian woman reveals she lost 22 relatives in Khan Sheikhun attacks

Listen to the shocking interview which sheds light on the sheer horror of this week's bombardment in Idlib

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Thursday, April 6, 2017

War Child UK representative condemns alleged chemical weapons use in Syria

Idlib massacre: War Child condemns alleged chemical weapons atrocities

War Child condemns alleged chemical weapons atrocities in Idlib

Colin Walker, the head of policy at the organisation, spoke to Paul Ross about the two attacks upon the Idlib province

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Ken Livingstone: 'Panel didn't expel me because their lawyers told them I'd get a judicial review and they'd have looked like idiots'

Ken Livingstone mocks Blairites after being spared expulsion by Labour over Hitler Zionism row

Ken Livingstone mocks Blairites after being spared expulsion by Labour

The former London Mayor was suspended from the party for another year in a decision which has sparked controversy

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Actor Ricky Whittle on acting, football and new series American Gods

Actor Ricky Whittle on his career, football and new series American Gods

Actor Ricky Whittle on his career, football and new series American Gods

Ricky Whittle plays main character and ex-convict Shadow Moon in new Amazon Prime series American Gods

St. Petersburg bombings: former Kremlin advisor gives details on main suspect

St. Petersburg bombings: Suspect named as Kyrgyzstan man Akbarzhon Jalilov

Former Kremlin advisor: Akbarzhon Jalilov isn't only St Petersburg suspect

Alexander Nekrassov spoke to Paul Ross about the suspected perpetrator of the attack

Monday, April 3, 2017

Monday, April 3, 2017

Gibraltar: 'Spain are acting like we're in colonial times, they're being totally unreasonable', says Andrew Rosindell MP

Gibraltar: 'Spain are acting like a colonial power, they're being totally unreasonable', says Andrew Rosindell MP

'Spain are acting like a colonial power over Gibraltar', says Tory MP

Tory MP blasts Spain and the EU for requiring Spain's consent in any Brexit agreements regarding Gibraltar

Friday, March 31, 2017

Friday, March 31, 2017

Paul Ross recounts story of 'bizarre' weekend arrest

Paul Ross recounts story of 'bizarre' weekend arrest

Paul Ross recounts story of 'bizarre' weekend arrest

Our Full Set Breakfast host was falsely arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm over the weekend, which he called a 'weird and wonderful police overreaction'

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Alastair Campbell opens up about coping with depression

Alastair Campbell on depression: 'I was so low I started punching myself in the face'

Alastair Campbell: 'I was so low I started punching myself in the face'

Tony Blair's former communications guru is part of a campaign launched by the Royals to encourage the public to talk about mental health

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Article 50: 'After the two year negotiations, further agreements will still need to be made', says Iain Duncan Smith

Brexit Day: Iain Duncan Smith insists 'Britain has been unhappy in the EU for years'

Iain Duncan Smith insists 'Britain has been unhappy in the EU for years'

Theresa May is set to trigger Article 50 today, starting the Brexit process and two years of negotiations, but Iain Duncan Smith believes negotiations will take much longer

Brexit: Sir Keir Starmer lays out what he wants to hear from Theresa May ahead of Article 50 triggering

Brexit: Sir Keir Starmer lays out what he wants to hear from Theresa May ahead of Article 50 triggering

Sir Keir Starmer says what he wants to hear from Theresa May

The shadow Brexit secretary spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the beginning of the formal negotiation period

Brexit decision 'the biggest mistake UK has made in peacetime', says Lord Heseltine ahead of formal Article 50 triggering

Brexit: Lord Heseltine calls Nigel Farage 'a replica' of French far-right leader Marine Le Pen as Article 50 triggered

Brexit would be Margaret Thatcher's worst nightmare, says Lord Heseltine

The Tory grandee also said Nigel Farage was 'a replica' of Marine Le Pen in withering attack on Leave campaign

Nick Clegg: 'People like Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and Nigel Farage have to deliver campaign promises now' ahead of formal Article 50 triggering

Article 50 day: 'Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and Nigel Farage have to deliver on their Brexit promises now' says Nick Clegg

'Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Nigel Farage have to deliver now' says Nick Clegg

The former leader of the Liberal Democrats spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the formal triggering of exit negotiations from the European Union.

'UKIP will be the guard dogs of Brexit on campaign goals', says Suzanne Evans

'UKIP will be the guard dogs of Brexit on campaign goals', says Suzanne Evans

Theresa May is to formally trigger Article 50 on Wednesday afternoon, marking the start of the two-year negotiation period

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Westminster: 'The enemy we’re fighting is a different monster altogether', says Quilliam Foundation's Adam Deen

Former Islamist says 'attacks like Westminster will become part of our day-to-day life'

Former Islamist says Westminster-style attacks 'will become part of daily life'

Adam Deen, director of the Quilliam Foundation and a former member of al-Muhajiroun, spoke to Paul Ross as the investigation into the Westminster attacks continues

Monday, March 27, 2017

Monday, March 27, 2017

Restaurant owner speaks to Paul Ross about his efforts to help emergency services after Westminster attack

Westminster attacks: Restaurant owner Ibrahim Dogus explains why he fed hundreds of workers for free

Restaurateur explains why he fed scores of workers for free after London attacks

Ibrahim Dogus and his staff fed huge numbers of emergency service personnel working in the aftermath of the terror attack, without charge

Arron Banks 'has said incredibly unfortunate things on social media', says UKIP Chairman Paul Oakden

UKIP chair dismisses Nigel Farage return and blasts Arron Banks for Douglas Carswell 'mentally ill' slur

UKIP chair dismisses Nigel Farage return and blasts Arron Banks

UKIP chairman Paul Oakden said Banks' social media posts were 'unfortunate' and 'our relationship with him is under review'

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Westminster attack: eyewitness tells harrowing story of immediate aftermath of the assault

Westminster attack: eyewitness says 'there was silence on the bridge - just bodies lying on the floor'

'There was silence on the bridge - just bodies lying on the floor'

Graham Neale told Paul Ross he heard 'a sort of slapping sound' before realising it was gunfire

Westminster assault: Brendan Cox pays tribute to PC Keith Palmer

Westminster assault: Jo Cox widow pays moving tribute to murdered police officer Keith Palmer

Jo Cox Widow pays tribute to murdered officer Keith Palmer

Brendan Cox insisted 'the most important thing' is to remember the people who died and the 'heroes' who tried to help

'London attack is absolutely deplorable, there's no justification,' says Khalid Mahmood MP

Westminster attack: MP Khalid Mahmood says 'we couldn't believe what was happening in front of our eyes'

'We couldn't believe what was happening in front of our eyes'

Khalid Mahmood, the Labour MP for Birmingham Perry Barr, was trapped in Parliament as the attack unfolded

Westminster: 'Attacker didn't stop when police officers challenged him', says eyewitness Quentin Letts

Westminster: 'Attacker didn't stop when police officers challenged him', says eyewitness Quentin Letts

'Attacker didn't stop when police officers challenged him'

Quentin Letts was watching the confrontation between the attacker and the police from his office overlooking New Palace Yard

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

'Electronics ban is not about what we’re doing in UK airports; it’s what’s not being done overseas', says former bomb disposal officer

'Electronics ban isn't about what we’re doing in UK airports; it’s what’s not being done overseas'

'Electronics ban is about what’s not being done overseas'

Major Chris Hunter, a former bomb disposal officer who served in Iraq, spoke to Paul Ross about the new electronics ban on inbound UK flights from six Middle East and North African countries

Singer Caro Emerald joins Paul Ross to discuss her love of music

Singer Caro Emerald joins Paul Ross to discuss her love of music

Singer Caro Emerald joins Paul Ross to discuss her love of music

Caro Emerald said that she found she could sing well when she was 11-years-old and during singing lessons she was told to sing jazz

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Alistair Campbell: 'Martin McGuinness was fundamental to the Northern Ireland peace process'

Alistair Campbell: 'Martin McGuinness was fundamental to the Northern Ireland peace process'

Alistair Campbell: 'Martin McGuinness was fundamental to NI peace process'

The former Downing Street press secretary spoke to Paul Ross about the former deputy leader of Northern Ireland after his passing

George Galloway: 'Given the current mess in the Labour party I’m glad to be standing as an independent'

George Galloway: 'Given Labour's current mess I’m glad to be standing in Manchester Gorton as an independent'

George Galloway: 'I’m glad to be standing as an independent as Labour is a mess'

George Galloway will be running in the Manchester Gorton by-election, he believes the area has been left behind and he'd be a strong voice for the constituency

'We should remember those who were murdered, not Martin McGuinness', says Justice 4 the 21 campaign group

'We should remember those murdered by the IRA, not Martin McGuinness', says Justice 4 the 21 campaign group

'We should remember those who were murdered by the IRA, not Martin McGuinness'

Martin McGuinness has died at the age of 66, but the Justice 4 the 21 campaign group says he shouldn't be heralded as a peacemaker

Martin McGuinness: 'There won't be any tears in Northern Ireland for him', says commentator

Martin McGuinness legacy is dripping with the blood of innocents, says commentator

'Martin McGuinness legacy is dripping with the blood of innocents'

Political commentator David Vance spoke to Paul Ross about the passing of the former deputy minister on Monday night

Monday, March 20, 2017

Monday, March 20, 2017

Dame Vera Lynn: 'She's very down to earth and remembers where she's from', says daughter

'Down to earth' Vera Lynn praised by daughter as she turns 100

'Down to earth' Vera Lynn praised by daughter as she turns 100

Dame Vera Lynn is celebrating her 100th birthday by releasing an album, making her the oldest person to do so

Friday, March 17, 2017

Friday, March 17, 2017

'There has to be a maximum spend, else Tories could buy the election,' says Stephen Pound MP

'There has to be a maximum election spend, else Tories could buy it' says Stephen Pound MP

'There has to be a maximum election spend, else Tories could buy it'

Stephen Pound, Labour MP for Ealing North, spoke to Paul Ross about the ongoing storm surrounding the Conservative Party's election expenses

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Thursday, March 16, 2017

'Judge's main reason for overturning travel ban were Donald Trump's own words', says former Democrats Abroad Vice Chair

'Donald Trump has made no national security argument for new travel ban'

'Donald Trump has made no national security argument for new travel ban'

Karin Robinson, the former UK Vice Chair of Democrats abroad, says Mr Trump and his team 'have been explicit in their intent to block Muslims'

Phillip Hammond NI U-Turn: 'The Tories seem intent on destroying themselves', says Taxpayers' alliance official

Phillip Hammond NI U-Turn: Tories seem intent on self-destruction, says Taxpayers' Alliance

'Tories seem intent on destroying themselves', says Taxpayers' Alliance

Paul Ross spoke to Taxpayers' Alliance political director Dia Chakravarty about Phillip Hammond's u-turn on National Insurance contributions

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Donald Trump: leaked tax return 'irrelevant because it doesn't show financial interests', says Jerry Springer

Jerry Springer asks Donald Trump: 'What are you hiding? Show us how you make your money'

Jerry Springer asks what Donald Trump is hiding after tax return leak

Jerry Springer spoke to Paul Ross about the president's partially leaked 2005 tax return, which was published by MSNBC

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Scottish independence: 'The EU treats members with more respect than the UK does', says SNP MP Angus MacNeil

Scottish independence: The EU is more important and popular than the UK, says SNP MP Angus MacNeil

EU is more important and popular than the UK, says SNP MP

Angus MacNeil says Westminster could learn from Brussels when it comes to respecting its citizens

Nicola Sturgeon: 'Scots uninterested in her jack-a-byte, bonnie prince Charlie independence nonsense', says UKIP's David Coburn

Scots don't care about Nicola Sturgeon's 'Bonnie Prince Charlie independence nonsense' says UKIP's David Coburn

Nicola Sturgeon: UKIP's David Coburn blasts the Scottish First Minister

Coburn insisted 'Scots aren't interested in her jack-a-byte, bonnie Prince Charlie independence nonsense' in an interview with Paul Ross

Monday, March 13, 2017

Monday, March 13, 2017

'Decriminalising abortion shows a callous disregard for unborn children', says Life organisation

'Decriminalising abortion shows callous disregard for unborn babies', says pro-life campaigner

'Decriminalising abortion shows a callous disregard for unborn children'

The education director at Life has told Paul Ross that decriminalising abortion would put women's safety at risk

Brexit: 'There are large numbers of Tory MPs concerned about Parliament's role' if no EU deal is obtained, says Dominic Grieve MP

'Tory Brexit Rebel' Dominic Grieve says he doesn't want to defy Theresa May on Article 50 vote

'Tory Brexit Rebel' Dominic Grieve says he doesn't want to defy Theresa May

Dominic Grieve, the MP for Beaconsfield, spoke to Paul Ross he simply wants 'reassurance' before supporting the Government

Friday, March 10, 2017

Friday, March 10, 2017

Budget 2017: 'There's massive unfairness in the tax system' says Institute for Fiscal Studies associate director

Budget NI row: Philip Hammond is right to address unfair tax system, says thinktank director

Philip Hammond is right to address unfair tax system, says thinktank director

Helen Miller, associate director at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, spoke to Paul Ross about Phillip Hammond's plans to raise National Insurance contributions for self-employed workers

Musician David Essex reveals more about the 'Legends Live' tour

Musician David Essex reveals more about the 'Legends Live' tour

Musician David Essex reveals more about the 'Legends Live' tour

David Essex revealed that his heart is in music because that's where he started and he enjoys live performances most

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Budget 2017: 'Labour must start fighting for businesses to create more wealth for the UK', says Lord Digby Jones

Budget 2017: The Government must start helping wealth-creators, says Lord Digby Jones

Lord Digby Jones says Theresa May must do more for wealth-creators

In Philip Hammond's first budget he announced that small businesses and the self-employed will have to pay more taxes

Caroline Paige reflects on her book and life as a transgender woman in the military

Caroline Paige reflects on her book and life as a transgender woman in the military

Caroline Paige reflects on her book and life as a transgender woman in the RAF

In 1999, Paige became the first transgender officer to transition and serve openly in the military

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

'Security for captive rhinos needs to be improved in light of the Paris rhino shooting', says TV presenter Nick Baker

Security for captive rhinos needs to be improved after Paris zoo shooting, says TV presenter Nick Baker

'Security for captive rhinos needs to be improved', says Nick Baker

Poachers have shot a rhino dead in a Paris zoo and cut its horn off with a chainsaw, having reportedly broken in at night

Lee Latchford-Evans from Steps chats about the new single, album, and reunion

Lee Latchford-Evans from Steps chats about the band's reunion

Lee Latchford-Evans from Steps chats about the band's reunion

The band have a new single and album out, and are going on a reunion tour

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

'Final discussion in the House Lords a last-ditch attempt to stop Brexit by Remain enthusiasts', says Lord Andrew Green

Final Article 50 debate is the last-chance saloon for Remainers, says Lord Green

Final Article 50 debate is the last-chance saloon for Remainers, says Lord Green

Lord Green, chair of Migration Watch UK, spoke to Paul Ross about the Article 50 bill on the eve of its final debate in the upper chamber

'T-Levels': 'It's quite right for Government to narrow tech qualifications down', says Sutton Trust director

'T-Levels' backed by Blair's former education guru

'T-Levels' backed by Blair's former education guru

Conor Ryan, director at the Sutton Trust, explained the policy to Paul Ross

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