By Thea de Gallier

Wednesday 16 January 2019

Wednesday 16 January 2019

Lord Adonis says Theresa May's best option is to revoke Article 50

Lord Adonis says Theresa May's best option is to revoke Article 50

Lord Adonis says Theresa May's best option is to revoke Article 50

Labour peer Lord Adonis says that Theresa May should revoke Article 50 due to the divisions over Brexit in the Conversative party

Tuesday 15 January 2019

Tuesday 15 January 2019

Jeremy Corbyn calls no confidence motion after Theresa May's Brexit deal voted down

Jeremy Corbyn calls no confidence motion after Theresa May's Brexit deal loss

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a motion of no confidence in the government following Theresa May's loss on her Brexit deal

Nigel Farage hopes Theresa May gets a 'walloping' and defends controversial immigration poster from 2016

Nigel Farage hopes Theresa May gets a 'walloping' in meaningful vote

Nigel Farage told Eamonn Holmes he wanted Theresa May's Brexit deal to be defeated as it would keep the UK 'half in and half out' of the UK

Richard Tice: May's deal 'ties us in a straitjacket and gives EU the key'

Richard Tice: May's deal 'ties us in a straitjacket and gives EU the key'

Richard Tice: May's deal 'ties us in a straitjacket and gives EU the key'

Richard Tice of Leave Means Live told Mike Graham he hopes for a significant defeat for Theresa May's deal when MPs vote on Tuesday

Friday 11 January 2019

Friday 11 January 2019

Child benefit cap: 'Is it fair for your taxes to support other families?' policy expert asks

Child benefit cap: 'Is it fair for your taxes to support other families?' policy expert asks

Child benefit cap: 'Is it fair for your taxes to support other families?'

The director of policy at the Centre for Social Justice says the child benefit cap being scrapped for retrospective claimants is about "fairness" if they had children before the cap was introduced

Wednesday 9 January 2019

Wednesday 9 January 2019

Brits in the Netherlands must pay for residence permit after Brexit

Brits in the Netherlands must pay for residence permit after Brexit

Brits in the Netherlands must pay for residence permit after Brexit

The Netherlands announces its residency scheme for British citizens living there after Brexit

Commuter captures 'Heathrow drone' on camera

Commuter captures 'Heathrow drone' on camera

Commuter captures 'Heathrow drone' on camera

A man on his way home from work filmed an object in the sky he claims is the drone that grounded flights at Heathrow on Tuesday

Billboard featuring giant David Cameron 'stability' tweet appears in London

Billboard featuring giant David Cameron 'stability' tweet appears in London

Billboard featuring giant David Cameron 'stability' tweet appears in London

An image of a 2015 tweet by David Cameron has appeared on a billboard in London

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Voting through Finance Bill amendment is 'salvo from a pea-shooter'

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Voting through Finance Bill amendment is 'salvo from a pea-shooter'

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Finance Bill amendment vote is 'salvo from a pea-shooter'

Jacob Rees-Mogg likened the actions of Tories who voted for the amendment to the Finance Bill to the tactics of Donald Trump, but admitted Brexit may not happen as planned by March 29

Nicky Morgan: 'It's MPs' responsibility to say we don't support a no deal Brexit'

Nicky Morgan: 'It's MPs' responsibility to say we don't support a no deal Brexit'

Nicky Morgan: 'It's MPs' responsibility to say we don't support no deal'

Nicky Morgan was one of the MPs who voted in favour of Labour MP Yvette Cooper's amendment to the Finance Bill, defying the government

Military assisting after drone sighted at Heathrow Airport

Military assisting after drone sighted at Heathrow Airport

Military assisting after drone sighted at Heathrow Airport

The military has been called to Heathrow Airport, and the Metropolitan Police have launched a criminal investigation after a drone sighting halted flights

Monday 7 January 2019

Monday 7 January 2019

Linking obesity to willpower 'damages young women', says Badass Women presenter

Linking obesity to willpower 'damages young women', says Badass Women presenter

Linking obesity to willpower 'damages young women', says Badass Women presenter

Harriet Minter of the Badass Women's Hour clashed with a nutritionist over their views on obesity

Tourist board VisitScotland shares picture of Jimmy Savile's house on Instagram

Tourist board VisitScotland shares picture of Jimmy Savile's house on Instagram

Tourist board VisitScotland shares picture of Jimmy Savile's house on Instagram

VisitScotland removed an image featuring Jimmy Savile's highland cottage from Instagram, saying it had been posted in error

Brexit lorry trial run 'too little too late', says haulage boss

Brexit lorry trial run 'too little too late', says haulage boss

Brexit lorry trial run 'too little too late', says haulage boss

The policy director at the Road Haulage Association said the test at Manston Airport was not sufficient to prepare for what might happen in the event of a no deal Brexit

Friday 4 January 2019

Friday 4 January 2019

Abu Hamza's son charged with firearms offences

Abu Hamza's son charged with firearms offences

Abu Hamza's son charged with firearms offences

The son of imprisoned radical Islamist Abu Hamza has been charged with possessing firearms and intent to cause fear and danger

DUP's Sammy Wilson says a no deal Brexit would be better for Northern Ireland than a deal

DUP's Sammy Wilson says a no deal Brexit would be better for Northern Ireland than a deal

DUP's Sammy Wilson says a no deal Brexit would be better for Northern Ireland

The DUP's Brexit spokesman says the party will not support Theresa May's deal

Ann Widdecombe says children are too young to be read a story by a drag queen

Ann Widdecombe says children are too young to be read a story by a drag queen

Ann Widdecombe says children are too young to be read a story by a drag queen

Former MP Ann Widdecombe has spoken out against a library's plans to have a drag queen read to children as part of LGBT week

Summer holidays 2019: Will Brexit affect your travel, getting the best rate on foreign currency and the best value breaks

Summer holidays 2019: Will Brexit affect your travel, getting the best rate on foreign currency and the best value breaks

Summer holidays 2019: Tips if you're booking in January

Consumer expert Harry Wallop tells talkRADIO what to bear in mind when booking a summer holiday for 2019

Having to disclose criminal record to employers could 'legitimise discrimination', says study

Having to disclose criminal record to employers could 'legitimise discrimination', says study

Disclosing criminal record to employers could 'legitimise discrimination'

A study has claimed that employers could discriminate against applicants who disclose a criminal conviction

Fiona Onasanya kicked out of Labour party after perverting course of justice

Fiona Onasanya kicked out of Labour party after perverting course of justice

Fiona Onasanya kicked out of Labour party after perverting course of justice

Fiona Onasanya lied to police to try and avoid a speeding charge and has been suspended from the Labour party 

Thursday 3 January 2019

Thursday 3 January 2019

Michael Gove warn a no deal Brexit would cause 'turbulence' for farmers

Michael Gove warns a no deal Brexit would cause 'turbulence' for farmers

Michael Gove warns a no deal Brexit would cause 'turbulence' for farmers

Environment secretary Michael Gove urged support for Theresa May's Brexit deal as he said a no deal exit would impact the UK's farming sector

Sir Bernard Jenkin: Economists 'got their maths wrong' when predicting Brexit economic crash

Sir Bernard Jenkin: Economists 'got their maths wrong' when predicting Brexit economic crash

Sir Bernard Jenkin: Economists 'wrong' when predicting Brexit economic crash

Sir Bernard Jenkin has said that economists' forecasts about Brexit having a negative effect on the UK economy could be wrong

Next cuts profit forecast despite healthy December sales as chief dismisses Brexit fears

Next cuts profit forecast despite healthy December sales as chief dismisses Brexit fears

Next cuts profit forecast despite healthy December sales

Next chief executive Simon Wolfson said Brexit would only make people be 'a little more cautious' as the retailer dropped its profit predictions

The perception that 'all migrants want to come to Britain' is not true, says aid worker

The perception that 'all migrants want to come to Britain' is not true, says aid worker

Perception that 'all migrants want to come to UK' is not true, says aid worker

Aid worker Rob Lawrie, who works with asylum seekers in camps in France, says the perception they want to settle in the UK over other countries is 'rhetoric' fuelled by the media and controversial figures

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