Theresa May

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Boris Johnson will quit if Theresa May opts for soft Brexit, says Telegraph

Boris Johnson will quit if Theresa May opts for soft Brexit, says Telegraph

Paper with close links to Johnson says he will have no option but to step down if Theresa May opts for a 'Swiss-style arrangement'

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

The Foreign Secretary caused controversy with an article written for the Daily Telegraph over the weekend

Monday, September 18, 2017

Monday, September 18, 2017

Stanley Johnson said Boris wouldn't care about being sacked for his Brexit article

Boris Johnson's father Stanley: 'Boris basically invented euroscepticism'

Boris Johnson's father Stanley: 'Boris basically invented euroscepticism'

Stanley Johnson defended his son on James Whale's show

Theresa May to travel to Canada to prepare post-Brexit trade deal

Theresa May to travel to Canada to prepare post-Brexit trade deal

Theresa May to travel to Canada to prepare post-Brexit trade deal

The Prime Minister will meet with Canada's leader Justin Trudeau to lay the foundation for the deal

Boris Johnson to have 'crunch talks' with Theresa May in wake of Brexit article

Boris Johnson to have 'crunch talks' with Theresa May in wake of Brexit article

Boris Johnson to have 'crunch talks' with Theresa May in wake of Brexit article

The Foreign Secretary has been accused of being a 'backseat driver' after an article on Brexit for The Telegraph

Friday, September 15, 2017

Friday, September 15, 2017

Parsons Green: 'Theresa May claimed police were crying wolf on cuts, but we need resources', says former officer

Parsons Green: 'Theresa May claimed police were crying wolf on cuts, but we need resources', says former officer

'Parsons Green attack shows police need sufficient resources'

Former officer Dal Babu says pressure needs to be put on companies providing encrypted messaging services that terrorists can use

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on George Osborne, his faith, and Jean Claude-Juncker's Brexit speech

WATCH: Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on George Osborne, his faith, and Jean Claude-Juncker's Brexit speech

Listen to the full interview with Jacob Rees-Mogg

The MP for North East Somerset and potential Tory leadership candidate came onto talkRADIO for a chat with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Osborne and May have long been enemies, says Guido Fawkes blogger Paul Staines

George Osborne lashed out at Theresa May because he knows he blew his chance to be PM, says Guido Fawkes

'Osborne lashed out at May because he knows he blew PM chance'

Osborne knows he made a mistake by quitting his Parliamentary seat, says Westminster blogger

Jacob Rees-Mogg: 'George Obsorne is disgracing himself. I feel sorry for him'

Jacob Rees-Mogg: 'George Osborne is disgracing himself. I feel sorry for him'

Jacob Rees-Mogg: 'George Osborne is disgracing himself. I feel sorry for him'

Rees-Mogg says he feels sorry for Osborne after the chancellor's alleged comments about Theresa May caused national fury

Jacob Rees-Mogg has said he's against abortion in all circumstances

Julia asks Jacob Rees-Mogg 'why did your God kill four of my babies?'

Julia asks 'why did your God kill four of my babies?'

Rees-Mogg was grilled on abortion by our presenter, who has had four miscarriages

Grenfell Tower inquiry: Sir Martin Moore-Bick reassures victims it will provide them with answers

Grenfell Tower inquiry: Sir Martin Moore-Bick reassures victims it will provide them with answers

Sir Martin Moore-Bick reassures victims Grenfell Tower inquiry will give answers

The retired judge chosen to head the probe by Theresa May gave a key address in central London on Thursday

Theresa May dealt setback as DUP backs Labour on NHS pay and tuition fees

Theresa May dealt setback as DUP backs Labour on NHS pay and tuition fees

Theresa May dealt setback as DUP backs Labour on NHS pay and tuition fees

The DUP has broken with the Tories despite the confidence and supply deal made after the June election

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Public sector pay cap scrapped by Government

1% Public sector pay cap scrapped by Government

1% Public sector pay cap scrapped by Government

Prison officers and police officers will be the first to receive extra money

Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017

DUP-Tory payment needs Parliamentary consent after Gina Miller challenges it, Government admits

DUP-Tory payment needs Parliamentary consent after Gina Miller challenge, Government admits

DUP-Tory payment needs Parliamentary consent after Gina Miller challenge

The Government promised funding of one billion pounds to secure Democratic Unionist support after the election in June

Friday, September 8, 2017

Friday, September 8, 2017

Diane Abbott said 'racism is rife' within the British justice system

Diane Abbott claims 'racial bias is rife' in British justice system

Diane Abbott claims 'racial bias rife' in UK justice system after Lammy review

Shadow home secretary attacks justice system following Lammy report

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Theresa May was given a brutal grilling again today

PMQs: Theresa May branded 'catastrophic' by critics after another brutal grilling

Theresa May branded 'catastrophic' by critics after another PMQs grilling

Another day, another ordeal for the embattled Prime Minister

Jacob Rees-Mogg reveals he's against gay marriage and abortion 'in all circumstances' during GMB interview

Jacob Rees-Mogg reveals he's against gay marriage and abortion 'in all circumstances' during GMB interview

Jacob Rees-Mogg reveals he's against abortion and gay marriage in GMB interview

The MP for North East Somerset is tipped by some to be the next Tory party leader

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

'Theresa May is likely to lift the public sector pay cap, but not as a result of Nicola Sturgeon'

'Theresa May is likely to lift the public sector pay cap, but not as a result of Nicola Sturgeon'

'Theresa May is likely to lift the pay cap, but because of Nicola Sturgeon'

News editor of Politics Home John Ashmore says Nicola Sturgeon's programme announcement was the right thing for her to do

John Redwood says Theresa May and ministers would be breaking the law by paying 'Brexit bill'

John Redwood says Theresa May would be breaking the law by paying Brexit 'divorce bill'

John Redwood says Theresa May would be breaking the law by paying 'Brexit bill'

The MP for Wokingham and prominent leave campaigner said there's no law authorising such a payment, other than regular EU contributions

Monday, September 4, 2017

Monday, September 4, 2017

UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting in response to North Korea nuclear test

North Korea nuclear test prompts UN Security Council emergency meeting

UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting in response to North Korea

The test took place on Monday, and the artificial earthquake caused by it reportedly affected Russia and China

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Staines believes Corbyn remains an unsolvable riddle for the Tories

The Tories haven't a clue how to fight the Jeremy Corbyn menace, says Guido Fawkes blogger

The Tories haven't a clue how to fight the Corbyn menace, says Guido Fawkes

Paul Staines also says Theresa May will step aside before 2022 and Jacob Rees-Mogg would be a 'joke candidate'

'Theresa May won't be a candiate in 2022 election, but she won't quit overnight', says former comms director

'Theresa May won't be a candiate in 2022 election, but she won't quit overnight', says her former comms director

'Theresa May won't be in 2022 election, but she won't quit overnight'

Katie Perrior spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Prime Minister's declaration to stay on as leader in the next election

'I'm no quitter' - Theresa May vows to lead the Conservative Party in 2022 general election

'I'm no quitter' - Theresa May vows to lead the Conservative Party in 2022 general election

'I'm no quitter' - Theresa May vows to lead Conservative party in 2022 election

The Prime Minister made the declaration while on her current trip to Japan

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Saudi Arabia has been the UK's best customer in recent years

London is about to host a roll call of the world's most vile regimes. We must protest

'London is hosting a roll call of the world's worst regimes and we must protest'

Huge arms fair will attract dictators and human rights abusers from around the world. But don't worry, we'll be there too

Brexit negotiations to continue after UK position is criticised by EU officials

Brexit: Theresa May says she wants to move on from Jean-Claude Juncker criticism

Theresa May says she wants to move on from Jean-Claude Juncker criticism

Jean-Claude Juncker and Michel Barnier lambasted papers outlining the UK position on key issues

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Boris Johnson has been widely ridiculed in recent months - but Katie Perrior reckons he gets an unfair press

Theresa May's former comms director defends Boris Johnson: 'He's a character'

Theresa May's former comms director defends Boris Johnson: 'He's a character'

Katie Perrior defends Boris in interview with former Tory MP Jerry Hayes, who said the foreign secretary has been set up to fail and is doing so spectacularly

Boris Johnson condemns North Korea latest missile test

Boris Johnson condemns North Korea for 'reckless and illegal' missile test

Boris Johnson condemns North Korea for 'illegal' missile test

The missile flew over the island of Hokkaido, prompting panic

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Theresa May admits flaws in response to Grenfell Tower fire

Theresa May admits flaws in response to Grenfell Tower fire

Theresa May admits flaws in response to Grenfell Tower fire

The Prime Minister met former residents of the block privately earlier in the week

Brexit: Theresa May firmly rejects accusations UK will stay under justice from foreign courts

Brexit: Theresa May firmly rejects accusations UK will stay under justice from foreign courts

Theresa May firmly rejects claims UK will stay under justice from foreign courts

The Prime Minister gave a key speech in Guildford to deny claims her Government's strategy would still allow European courts to have indirect jurisdiction

Friday, August 18, 2017

Friday, August 18, 2017

Cambrils attackers suicide vests confirmed to be fake

Cambrils attackers suicide vests confirmed to be fake

Cambrils attackers suicide vests confirmed to be fake

The five men were shot dead by authorities after hitting pedestrians with a car

'We continually face terror because a generation was radicalised by 80s and 90s preachers', says former No 10 advisor

Barcelona: Theresa May's former aide talks us through her response to Las Ramblas attack

Theresa May's former aide talks us through her response

Katie Perrior also gives Paul Ross her take on what has caused the current wave of jihad

Barcelona: 13 dead in deadliest terror attack since 2004 Madrid bombings

Barcelona death toll rises to 15

Barcelona death toll rises to 15

City still in shock after double atrocity yesterday

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Brexit: 'UK proposal on Northern Ireland border is in reality a smuggler's charter,' says Irish senator

Brexit: 'UK proposal on Northern Ireland border is simply a smuggler's charter,' says Irish senator

'UK proposal on Northern Ireland border is simply a smuggler's charter'

Irish Senator Mark Daly spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the plans for the border to the Republic of Ireland post-Brexit

Brexit: Theresa May moves to quell concerns over Northern Ireland border

Brexit: Theresa May moves to quell concerns over Northern Ireland border

Brexit: Theresa May moves to quell concerns over Northern Ireland border

The Prime Minister made clear to Irish nationalists she does not want to see a border return after Brexit

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Grenfell Tower: Government announces terms of inquiry headed by Sir Martin Moore-Bick

Grenfell Tower: Government announces terms of inquiry headed by Sir Martin Moore-Bick

Government announces terms of Grenfell Tower inquiry

The fire engulfed the Kensington tower in June, and at least 80 people are believed to be dead

John Cooper represents many victims of the Grenfell tower

Grenfell lawyer invites Julia Hartley-Brewer to meet survivors: 'It'll change your mind'

Grenfell lawyer invites Julia to meet survivors to 'change your mind'

John Cooper says Grenfell 'can't be divorced from recent history of depravation and discrimination'

Monday, August 14, 2017

Monday, August 14, 2017

Patel currently serves as international development secretary

Lord Tebbit: I think Priti Patel will be the next Prime Minister

Lord Tebbit: I think Priti Patel will be the next Prime Minister

Tebbit also said you can't compare Rees-Mogg to Jeremy Corbyn as 'he doesn't support the IRA'

Brexit: 'Philip Hammond can't go off the rails so had to agree with Liam Fox'

Brexit: 'Philip Hammond can't go off the rails so had to agree with Liam Fox'

Brexit: 'Philip Hammond can't go off the rails so had to agree with Liam Fox'

The Conservative Home writer Henry Hill says it's productive that ministers are talking about a transitional period for Brexit

Theresa May returns at a crucial point in the Brexit negotiations

Theresa May to return to Downing Street as new paper on Brexit position is published

Theresa May returns to Downing Street as paper on Brexit position is published

New tranche of papers believed to address Irish border issue

Friday, August 11, 2017

Friday, August 11, 2017

Sharon Evans says she was suppressed when she served on the Government's independent child abuse inquiry

Child abuse inquiry member: 'I was silenced in 2015 to ensure Theresa May could become Prime Minister'

Child abuse inquiry member: 'I was silenced so Theresa May could become PM'

Sharon Evans says the inquiry was about controlling and suppressing information

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Gina Miller afraid of leaving home after receiving acid attack threats

Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller afraid of leaving home after acid attack threats

Gina Miller afraid of leaving home after receiving acid attack threats

The businesswoman who challenged the Government over Article 50 could be forced to leave the UK for her own safety

Monday, August 7, 2017

Monday, August 7, 2017

'Cabinet members who disagree with Theresa May should resign', says Leave Means Leave

'Cabinet members who disagree with Theresa May should resign', says Leave Means Leave

'Cabinet members who disagree with Theresa May should resign'

The co-chairman of Leave Means Leave says some cabinet members are damaging our negotiating position

Friday, August 4, 2017

Friday, August 4, 2017

Business bosses urge Theresa May to delay Brexit beyond 2019

Brexit: Business bosses urge Theresa May to extend negotiations to avoid economic trainwreck

Brexit: UK Plc urges May to extend negotiations to avoid economic chaos

A report from the Institute of Directors called on the Prime Minister to extend the negotiation period to avoid economic chaos

Monday, July 31, 2017

Monday, July 31, 2017

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

Friday, July 28, 2017

Friday, July 28, 2017

'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

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Tories drop manifesto pledge for free primary school breakfasts

Tories drop manifesto pledge for free primary school breakfasts

Tories drop manifesto pledge for free primary school breakfasts

The policy had been a flagship pledge during the 2017 election campaign

Monday, July 24, 2017

Monday, July 24, 2017

Henry Hill reckons David Davis' experience could actually count against him

Tory insider says members don't want David Davis as next leader

Tory insider says members don't want David Davis as next leader

Henry Hill reckons rookie James Cleverly could take over from Theresa May

Betting markets place Jacob Rees-Mogg as second favourite for Tory leadership, despite contradictory YouGov poll

Bookies make Jacob Rees-Mogg second favourite for Tory leadership

Bookies make Jacob Rees-Mogg second favourite for Tory leadership

Odds aggregator BetData claims Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has a 20% chance of winning a Conservative leadership race

Friday, July 21, 2017

Friday, July 21, 2017

'Is Brexit feeling queasy now?' - Many question why Brexit keeps changing colour after Michael Gove's green Brexit calls

'Is Brexit feeling queasy now?' - The best reactions to Michael Gove's 'green Brexit' call

The best reactions to Michael Gove's 'green Brexit' call

Twitter users are wondering why what was once a red, white and blue Brexit is now green and is it supposed to be hard or soft?

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

PMQs: Twitter blasts Theresa May for performance after she hails public sector workers

PMQs: Theresa May blasted for hailing public sector workers' 'sacrifice'

Theresa May blasted for hailing public sector workers' 'sacrifice'

In the last session before the summer recess, the Prime Minister said she recognised the sacrifice made by public sector workers as their wages remain capped

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Theresa May to lay down the gauntlet to the Cabinet after Philip Hammond leaks

Theresa May to lay down the gauntlet to the Cabinet after Philip Hammond leaks

Theresa May to lay down the gauntlet to the Cabinet after Philip Hammond leaks

The Chancellor has been the subject of tabloid reports of infighting among ministers

Monday, July 17, 2017

Monday, July 17, 2017

'If public decide they don't want Brexit, Labour may change position' Lord Michael Heseltine

'If public decide they don't want Brexit, Corbyn might change position' says Lord Michael Heseltine

'If public decide they don't want Brexit, Corbyn may change position'

Lord Michael Heseltine believes the current government will last for around 18 months to two years

Guy Verhofstadt calls for Jeremy Corbyn to be involved in Brexit negotiations

Top EU Brexit negotiator says Jeremy Corbyn should be involved

Top EU Brexit negotiator says Jeremy Corbyn should be involved

Guy Verhofstadt called for the Labour leader to have a say because he claimed the election result was a 'rejection' of Theresa May's hard Brexit plans

Friday, July 14, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017

'Labour members who abuse MPs should be thrown out of the party', says MP Harriet Harman

'Labour members who abuse MPs should be thrown out of the party', says MP Harriet Harman

'Labour members who abuse MPs should be thrown out of the party'

Former shadow deputy prime minister Harriet Harman has told of the abuse she's received in the past

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Theresa May lost her majority in the election last month

Theresa May says she doesn't regret calling election

I don't regret calling the election, says May

May says it was the right decision to call snap election last month

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