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Friday, September 22, 2017

Friday, September 22, 2017

'Electrifying like a low energy light bulb' - Many left disappointed after Theresa May's Brexit speech

Theresa May Brexit speech: Critics tear into Prime Minister again over 'completely impractical' Florence address

Critics tear into Theresa May again over 'completely impractical' Brexit speech

Theresa May's Brexit speech in Florence has been branded a waste of time by some Twitter users

Brexit: Theresa May €20bn offer 'not quite the sweet spot for the EU', says professor

Brexit: Theresa May €20bn offer 'probably won't be enough for the EU', says professor

Brexit: Theresa May €20bn offer 'probably won't be enough for the EU'

The Prime Minister is to give a key speech to break the negotiation impasse in Florence later on Friday.

Theresa May to reportedly offer 20 billion euros to break Brexit deadlock

Theresa May 'to offer €20 billion to break Brexit deadlock'

Theresa May 'to offer €20 billion to break Brexit deadlock'

The Prime Minister is to give a key Brexit address in Florence today

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Police arrest woman at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terror offence

Police arrest woman at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terror offence

Police arrest woman at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terror offence

The 22-year-old had just arrived on a flight from Turkey

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Brexit: 'Europeans would have to be crazy to force ECJ on security deal talks', says rear admiral

Brexit: EU would have to be crazy to frustrate security deal, says former MoD director-general

'Europeans would be crazy to force ECJ on security talks', says rear admiral

Chris Parry, a former Director General of the Ministry of Defence, said his belief the Europeans wouldn't stress the issue of the European Court of Justice to maintain the ad

Jihadist content remains 'widely and easily accessible' in the UK, claims think tank representative

Jihadist content remains 'widely and easily accessible' in the UK, claims author of new report

Jihadi content is 'widely and easily accessible' in UK online, says think tank

Martyn Frampton, the co-head of security and extremism at Policy Exchange, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the think tank's report

Friday, September 15, 2017

Friday, September 15, 2017

Boris Johnson calls for united response to North Korea as he blasts latest missile test

Boris Johnson calls for united response to North Korea as he blasts latest missile test

Boris Johnson calls for united response to North Korea as he blasts latest test

The comments were made in a joint press conference with US secretary of state Rex Tillerson

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Jacob Rees-Mogg: 'Jean-Claude Juncker's Brexit speech proves we were right to vote Brexit'

'Jean-Claude Juncker's Brexit speech proves we were right to vote Brexit'

Jacob Rees-Mogg claims no deal is better than a bad deal for the UK ad the EU needs to get its act together

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

UK should pay EU in transitional period to resolve Brexit Bill row, says former minister

UK should pay EU in transitional period to resolve Brexit Bill row, says former minister

UK should pay EU in transition period to resolve bill row, says former minister

Lord Bridges, a former Brexit minister, suggested an agreement to pay into the budget in transition might move talks forward

British Army to be questioned over recruiting soldiers who liked nazism on social media

British Army facing scrutiny over recruiting soldiers who liked nazi page on social media

British Army faces scrutiny over recruiting soldiers who liked nazism online

The army could face questioning after it emerged several troops were accepted after expressing racist views online

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

'Britain is so dramatic' - Not everyone is convinced Storm Aileen is worthy of a name

'Britain is so dramatic' - Not everyone is convinced Storm Aileen is worthy of a name

'Britain is so dramatic' - Not everyone is convinced Storm Aileen is a good name

Storm Aileen is approaching the UK but it seems many people are more concerned about the name rather than the weather

First man to swim across the Hoover Dam receives fine from US authorities

Welsh man fined by US authorities for swimming across Hoover Dam

First man to swim across the Hoover Dam receives fine from US authorities

28-year-old Aaron Hughes from Wales did the stunt while he was drunk on a stag do

Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017

Brexit: deportation of EU nationals has increased since referendum, say figures

Brexit: Deportation of EU nationals has soared since referendum, new figures show

Deportation of EU nationals has soared since Brexit referendum, figures show

The Independent has acquired and analysed official government data which revealed the increase

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Brexit: EU official calls decision 'stupid', says it could still be reversed

Brexit: Jean-Claude Juncker's right-hand man calls decision 'stupid', says it could still be reversed

Juncker's right-hand man calls Brexit 'stupid', says it could still be reversed

Martin Selmayr, Jean-Claude Juncker's chief of staff, said it was 'legally' possible that the UK could turn back from negotiations

Monday, September 4, 2017

Monday, September 4, 2017

'Tony Blair's moving into openly treasonous territory with Jean-Claude Juncker meeting', says George Galloway

'Tony Blair's moving into openly treasonous territory with Jean-Claude Juncker meeting', says George Galloway

'Tony Blair's moving into openly treasonous territory with Juncker meeting'

George Galloway didn't hold back on the former Prime Minister for meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker

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

'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

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

John McTernan believes the Government hasn't got a clue on key issues

Brexit: Tony Blair's former advisor blasts Theresa May and David Davis for 'keystone cops' tactics

Tony Blair's former advisor blasts David Davis for 'keystone cops' tacti

John McTernan says the EU knows it is holding all the cards

'Donald Trump's presidency is a demented disaster', says George Galloway

'Donald Trump's presidency is a demented disaster', says George Galloway

'Donald Trump's presidency is a demented disaster', says George Galloway

Our host made the comments to a caller on his show

'Who the hell does he think he is?' - Twitter slams Jean-Claude Juncker after he deems UK Brexit position 'unsatisfactory'

'Who the hell does he think he is?' - Brexiteers round on Jean-Claude Juncker after his criticism of Britain

Brexiteers round on Jean-Claude Juncker after he blasts UK position

The European Commission President was not impressed by the papers outlining the direction the country wanted to take for Brexit

Brexit: Negotiations to continue after EU warns UK must 'get serious'

Brexit: Negotiations to continue after EU warns UK must 'get serious'

Brexit negotiations to continue after EU warns UK must 'get serious'

Michael Barnier called for the UK to clarify its position

Monday, August 21, 2017

Monday, August 21, 2017

Brexit: Government to publish reports on negotiation strategy

Brexit: Government to publish reports on negotiation strategy

Brexit: Government to publish reports on negotiation strategy

Ministers to give details of possible trade deal as well as future role of European Court of Justice

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

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

David Davis suggests UK could keep custom union agreements for short time post-Brexit

David Davis suggests UK could keep custom union agreements for short time post-Brexit

David Davis suggests temporary time period to keep existing customs arrangements

The Brexit Secretary is to publish a paper on Tuesday outlining the proposals, intended to avoid disruption to British businesses

Friday, August 11, 2017

Friday, August 11, 2017

Head of multi-million pound drug network sentenced to 17 years

Head of £60m drug network jailed for 17 years

Head of £60m drug network jailed for 17 years

The conviction of Klodjan Copja comes as a result of a two-year investigation by the Metropolitan Police

Man who fired gun while fleeing police sentenced to 10 years

Kojo Kyei-Bamfo: Man who fired gun while fleeing police in Brixton sentenced to 10 years in jail

Man who fired gun while fleeing police sentenced to 10 years in jail

26-year-old Kojo Kyei-Bamfo was jailed over an incident which occurred in April 2016

Fibronil egg contamination scare: 'British produce isn't a problem at all', says Egg Industry Council Chair

Fibronil egg contamination scare: 'UK produce isn't a problem at all', says Egg Industry Council

'British eggs aren't a problem', says industry council chair

Andrew Joret spoke to Paul Ross and Carole Malone about the egg contamination scare, after produce from the Netherlands was found to be tainted with a pesticide.

Supermarkets remove egg products from shelves as scare grows

Supermarkets remove egg products from shelves as scare grows

Supermarkets remove egg products from shelves as scare grows

A number of eggs from the Netherlands are thought to be contaminated with the insecticide Fibronil

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

'Only in Britain would you get rainfall and flood warnings in August' - Twitter users react to #Britishsummertime

'Only in Britain would you get rainfall and flood warnings in August' - Twitter users react to #Britishsummertime

'Only in Britain would you get rainfall and flood warnings in August'

Twitter users react to #Britishsummertime

'An international campaign must begin to end evil migrant trafficking', says MP

'An international campaign must begin to end evil migrant trafficking', says MP

'An international campaign must begin to end evil migrant trafficking', says MP

MP Charlie Elphicke says we need to work with France to send illegal immigrants back home

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Ken Livingstone 'disappointed but not surprised' by High Court Tony Blair decision

Ken Livingstone claims 'establishment and oil industry' saved Tony Blair from prosecution

Ken Livingstone claims 'establishment and big oil' saved Blair from prosecution

Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone spoke to George Galloway about the High Court decision to block a charge brought by a former Iraqi army commander

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

Former Marine jailed for 18 years following conviction of terrorism offences

Ciaran Maxwell: Former Marine jailed for 18 years for terror offences

Former Marine jailed for 18 years for terror offences

Ciaran Maxwell made bombs and provided weapons for dissident Irish republicans

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

50 years on since gay sex was legalised in the UK, many countries still continue to punish homosexuals

50 years on since gay sex was legalised in the UK, many countries still continue to punish homosexuals

50 years on since gay sex was legalised, many countries still punish homosexuals

Several countries still punish gay people with fines, prison and even the death penalty

'The UK should introduce work permits as we don't need low skilled immigrant workers', says Migration Watch

UK needs work permits to keep out low-skilled immigrants, says Migration Watch chair

'UK needs work permits to keep out low-skilled immigrants'

Lord Andrew Green says an 'objective analysis on whether we really do depend on immigration' is worth attempting

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over importing EU workers

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over importing EU workers

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over EU workers

Our host spoke to the representative from the pro-EU thinktank about the Government's plans to bring in consultants on a post-Brexit immigration system

Amber Rudd to commission new committee to devise post-Brexit immigration system

Amber Rudd to commission new committee to devise post-Brexit immigration system

Amber Rudd to commission new committee to devise post-Brexit immigration system

The Home Secretary is to bring in experts to devise a new system for immigration after the UK leaves the EU

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

charged with terror offences after alleged ISIS fighter communication

Teenage girl charged with plotting Isis terror attack on UK

Teenage girl charged with plotting Isis terror attack on UK

The teenage is accused of plotting to take shipment of weapons to conduct a terror attack in the UK

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Many share photos of spectacular and shocking lightning storm raging through the night

UK lightning: The craziest photos of last night's storm as it raged through the night

UK lightning: The craziest photos of last night's storm

Many were surprised at the intense lightning that ripped through the sky, with some claiming it was a 'silent storm'

Monday, July 17, 2017

Monday, July 17, 2017

David Davis to return to Brexit negotiations amid public rows with EU and cabinet woes

David Davis to return to Brexit negotiations amid public rows with EU and cabinet woes

David Davis returns to Brexit negotiations amid public rows with EU and cabinet

The Brexit Secretary is entering the second round of negotiations amid reports of rows in the Cabinet and public disputes with EU officials

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn 'ready' to lead negotiations if Government fails

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn 'ready' to lead negotiations if Government falls

Jeremy Corbyn 'ready' to lead Brexit negotiations if Government falls

The Labour Leader is tell EU negotiator-in-chief Michel Barnier he is capable of taking charge of the UK withdrawal, if the Government should change

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

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Donald Trump may visit the UK next year as options are being looked at

Donald Trump may visit the UK next year as options are being looked at

Reports previously claimed that the US President didn't want to visit the UK any more due to fears over public anger

Monday, July 10, 2017

Monday, July 10, 2017

Cancer diagnosis now more common than getting married

Cancer diagnosis now more common than getting married, figures show

Cancer diagnosis now more common than getting married, figures show

Macmillan Cancer Support has also found that having a baby for the first time is less common than being diagnosed with the disease

Theresa May to ask Labour for support as Brexit policies move forward

Theresa May critics rip into Prime Minister for requesting help from Jeremy Corbyn

May critics rip into Prime Minister for requesting help from Corbyn

Critics were quick to point out May's previous comments about Corbyn

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

'We are losing our values and terrorists think the West is a vacuous nothing', says rabbi

Controversial author Douglas Murray praised by London rabbi

Controversial author Douglas Murray praised by London rabbi

Rabbi Stuart Altshuler says people feel they’re losing a sense of values and structure and framework

Monday, July 3, 2017

Monday, July 3, 2017

'Ireland should leave the EU as it'll be better off by maintaining its relationship with UK', says former Irish diplomat

'Ireland should leave the EU to maintain its relationship with UK', says former Irish diplomat

'Ireland should leave the EU to maintain its relationship with UK'

Former Irish diplomat Ray Bassett says the country can make its own mind up about decisions rather than letting Brussels do so

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'The amount we spend on foreign aid is a nonsense and must stop'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'We can fund public sector pay by cutting ridiculous foreign aid budget'

Julia: 'We can fund public sector pay by curbing nonsense foreign aid'

Julia Hartley-Brewer has claimed that if the UK cut the foreign aid budget by half, this would fund all the necessary public sector pay increases

Donald Trump could 'hastily visit UK this month to avoid protests'

Donald Trump could 'hastily visit UK this month to avoid protests'

Donald Trump could 'hastily visit UK this month to avoid protests'

A White House source has claimed there is a 'window of opportunity' for the President to visit the UK

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

'The Tory-DUP deal is indefensible and unfair to the rest of the UK', says SNP MP

'Tory-DUP deal is indefensible and unfair to the rest of the UK', says SNP MP

'The Tory-DUP deal is indefensible and unfair to the rest of the UK'

SNP MP Angus MacNeil says the Tory-DUP deal has made the UK 'less united'

Monday, June 26, 2017

Monday, June 26, 2017

Brexit: Theresa May to outline 'settled status' for EU nationals

Brexit: Theresa May to outline 'settled status' for EU nationals

Brexit: Theresa May to outline 'settled status' for EU nationals

Ministers have denied the 3.2 million EU citizens resident in the UK will become second-class citizens

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