By Nick Moore

Thursday 29 March 2018

Thursday 29 March 2018

Assange has been living in the embassy since June 2012

Julian Assange blocked from using internet by Ecuadorian embassy

Julian Assange blocked from using internet by Ecuadorian embassy

The Ecuadorian government took the measure on Tuesday evening, stopping Mr Assange from tweeting, using the internet or phone

The Young Women's Trust study say female workers face "a lifetime of unequal pay"

Report: Women earn £250,000 less than men over lifetime

Report: Women earn £250,000 less than men over lifetime

The Young Women's Trust study say female workers face "a lifetime of unequal pay"

Greater onshore wind capacity is helping to make Britain greener

Scotland becoming a ‘renewables powerhouse’

Scotland becoming a ‘renewables powerhouse’

Renewable electricity generation in Scotland increased by over a quarter last year

The High Court overruled the Worboys decision

Julia Hartley-Brewer condemns 'incompetence and incredulity' in Worboys case

Julia Hartley-Brewer condemns 'incompetence and incredulity' in Worboys case

Our host spoke to Ian Lawrence from the National Association of Probation Officers

'They don’t want a hard border, we don’t want a hard border, nor does the EU', says the Conservative MP

Sir Bill Cash on Brexit: All sides 'positive' over soft border for Northern Ireland

Sir Bill Cash on Brexit: All sides 'positive' over soft Northern Ireland border

The Conservative MP says that he is excited over the UK being able to make its own laws again

'It's not going to happen' claims the former Tory leader

Iain Duncan Smith: No second referendum on 'clear cut' Brexit

Iain Duncan Smith: No second referendum on 'clear cut' Brexit

'Theresa May has made it absolutely clear that she doesn’t believe that is necessary' says IDS

Polls suggest the UK is still split down the middle on whether Brexit is a good thing

PM vows to heal Brexit divisions with one year to go

PM vows to heal Brexit divisions with one year to go

Theresa May is mounting a whirlwind tour of the four nations of the United Kingdom with a promise to keep the country "strong and united"

Wednesday 28 March 2018

Wednesday 28 March 2018

The report said that none of the suspects after the Westminster attack were arrested on the grounds of their ethnicity or religion

Report: Police need to be wary of religious line of questioning after attacks

Report: Police need to be wary of religious line of questioning after attacks

Police should review how closely terror suspects are questioned about their religion, according to a review

Non-disclosure agreements were used to silence Weinstein's victims, claims his former assistant

Weinstein victims warned they'd be 'crushed' if they spoke out, says former assistant

Former Harvey Weinstein assistant starts giving evidence to Commons Committee

Zelda Perkins told MPs she left Miramax after Weinstein "sexually assaulted and attempted to rape a colleague"

UK consumers use an estimated 13 billion plastic drinks bottles a year

Shoppers will pay deposit on plastic bottles in new green scheme

Shoppers will pay deposit on plastic bottles in new green scheme

Consumers will pay a deposit on bottles and cans which is repaid when they hand them in for recycling, under scheme to tackle waste

Tuesday 27 March 2018

Tuesday 27 March 2018

The Kerslake Report claims that emergency services communicated poorly in the bomb's aftermath

Fire service was left 'outside the loop' after Manchester bomb

Fire service was left 'outside the loop' after Manchester bomb

Report claims Manchester fire service were delayed by two hours after bomb went off

The regime at Brinsford was criticised as being poor for young adults

‘Dreadful increase’ in self harm at British jail

‘Dreadful increase’ in self harm at British jail

Prison inspectors have raised the alarm over a dramatic increase in self-harm at the Brinsford young offenders institution

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called Salisbury a "disgraceful" and "brazen" attack

Australian PM backs anti-Russia measures

Australian PM backs anti-Russia measures

Australia expels Russian diplomats, PM calls Salisbury attack ‘brazen’

Friday 23 March 2018

Friday 23 March 2018

“We cannot be sure it comes from the Kremlin,” claims Liddle about the poison

Rod Liddle: Government reaction to poisoning was 'petulant, shrill and hysterical'

Rod Liddle: Government reaction to poisoning was 'petulant and hysterical'

Boris Johnson should be sacked for comparing Putin to Hitler, says Liddle

The catwalk star said she had signed a no-nudity agreement before the revealing picture was used on the cover of the publication Lui last year

Victoria's Secret model Sampaio felt ‘violated’ by nude images

Victoria's Secret model Sampaio felt ‘violated’ by nude images

​A French magazine published topless photos of Sara Sampaio, who says she feels 'violated' by the images

An easyJet spokesperson stressed the safety of the passengers "was at no point" compromised by the Snapchat pilots

easyJet pilots suspended for mid-flight Snapchat

easyJet pilots suspended for mid-flight Snapchat

An easyJet spokesperson stressed the safety of the passengers "was at no point" compromised by the Snapchat pilots

The London Road cemetery was cordoned off by police investigating the nerve agent poisoning of spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia

Man charged with assault at Salisbury poisoning investigation cordon

Man charged with assault at Salisbury poisoning investigation cordon

Daniel Daley has been charged with assaulting a police officer at the Salisbury cordon

An organisation called the Consulting Association kept secret files on thousands of trade union members

Police infiltrated unions to gather information for construction worker blacklist

Police infiltrated unions to gather information for construction worker blackli

The police and Special Branch infiltrated trade unions and provided information to the construction industry about a blacklist of workers

Thursday 22 March 2018

Thursday 22 March 2018

"I'm looking forward to talking about Brexit" says May

May seeks swift move to trade talks with EU

May seeks swift move to trade talks with EU

Leaders of the remaining 27 EU nations are expected to give their approval on Friday to a draft agreement on the terms of the UK's withdrawal from the EU

​The birds have returned to a nature reserve, the National Trust says

British tree sparrows back from brink of extinction

British tree sparrows back from brink of extinction

​The birds have returned to a nature reserve created on the site of an abandoned colliery, the National Trust says

While the Government hailed the figures, the Children's Society called some of the statistics "shocking"

Number of people living in absolute poverty falling, says study

Number of people living in absolute poverty falling, says study

Government hails figures showing a fall in the number of people living in ‘absolute poverty’

The Facebook chief said it was a mistake to rely on Cambridge Analytica (CA) to delete tens of millions of Facebook users' data

Facebook: Zuckerberg 'sorry' for breach of trust

Facebook: Zuckerberg 'sorry' for breach of trust

The Facebook chief said it was a mistake to rely on Cambridge Analytica (CA) to delete tens of millions of Facebook users' data

Police are sometimes taking days to respond to emergency calls as system faces severe strain, finds watchdog

999 calls often unanswered for days by ‘overwhelmed’ police

999 calls often unanswered for days by ‘overwhelmed’ police

Police are sometimes taking days to respond to emergency calls as system faces severe strain, finds watchdog

Wednesday 21 March 2018

Wednesday 21 March 2018

Mrs May was challenged in the Commons over the Tory party's links to CA's parent company SCL Group

Theresa May: Facebook investigations ‘very concerning’

Theresa May: Facebook investigations ‘very concerning’

May told Facebook and Cambridge Analytica to fully comply with investigations into 'very concerning' claims about the harvesting of personal data

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