By Thea de Gallier

Friday 30 November 2018

Friday 30 November 2018

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'I'm not a cis woman - there are only women or trans women'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'I'm not a cis woman - there are only women or trans women'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'I'm not a cis woman - there are only women or trans women

Julia Hartley-Brewer berated a guest for using the term 'cis' after a discussion about the rise in transgender prisoners in the UK prison estate

Labour supporting a second referendum would alienate working class voters, says Labour Leave chair

Labour supporting a second referendum would alienate working class voters, says Labour Leave chair

Labour supporting a second referendum would 'alienate working class voters'

Brendan Chilton of Labour Leave told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Labour should not support a second Brexit referendum

Lord Adonis responds to #VicarGate: 'I wish to appear on Newsnight to represent the Church of the Unicorns for Brexit'

Lord Adonis responds to #VicarGate: 'I wish to appear on Newsnight to represent the Church of the Unicorns for Brexit'

Lord Adonis on #VicarGate: 'I represent the Church of the Unicorns for Brexit'

Lord Andrew Adonis criticised the BBC for their choice of Newsnight panellist - an unconventional pastor and actor, Lynn Hayter

Thursday 29 November 2018

Thursday 29 November 2018

Sir Vince Cable: 'Theresa May's no-deal threats are scaremongering of the worst kind'

Sir Vince Cable: 'Theresa May's no-deal threats are scaremongering of the worst kind'

Vince Cable: Theresa May's no-deal threats 'scaremongering of the worst kind'

Sir Vince Cable has criticised the Prime Minister's assertion that she'll step up no-deal preparations if MPs refuse to back her Brexit deal

#VicarGate: Did Newsnight get an actor to pose as Brexiteer pastor guest Lynn Hayter?

Did Newsnight get an actor to pose as Brexiteer pastor guest Lynn Hayter?

Social media users have accused Newsnight of hiring an actor to participate in a Brexit debate. The BBC denies the claims

Leave Means Leave chair: 'If Conservatives don't deliver on Brexit, Corbyn could win the next election'

Leave Means Leave chair: 'If Conservatives don't deliver on Brexit, Corbyn could win the next election'

Leave Means Leave chair: 'Breaking Brexit promises could put Corbyn in power'

John Longworth of Leave Means Leave tells James Whale that if the Conservative party presses on with Theresa May's deal, Jeremy Corbyn could take power

Wednesday 28 November 2018

Wednesday 28 November 2018

Matt Hancock struggles to describe how the NHS would benefit from Brexit

Matt Hancock struggles to describe how the NHS would benefit from Brexit

Matt Hancock struggles to describe how the NHS would benefit from Brexit

When asked by MP Luciana Berger what the benefits of leaving the EU would be for the NHS, Health Secretary Matt Hancock appeared to struggle to give an answer

County lines drug gangs 'trafficking teens' in South Wales, says journalist

County lines drug gangs 'trafficking teens' in South Wales, says journalist

County lines drug gangs 'trafficking teens' in South Wales, says journalist

A journalist who investigated county lines drug gangs in South Wales says she was told of teens being trafficked during her research, and told Eamonn how drug dealing affects the local community

MPs join Rotherham victim in campaign against abusers having access to their children

MPs join Rotherham victim in campaign against abusers having access to their children

MPs join Rotherham victim in campaign against abusers having access to children

Sammy Woodhouse, who was groomed in Rotherham, has waived her anonymity to speak out against the council's decision to contact her rapist and offer him the chance to see his son

Matthew Hedges 'may be able to sue UAE on human rights breach basis'

Matthew Hedges 'may be able to sue UAE on human rights breach basis'

Matthew Hedges 'may be able to sue UAE on human rights breach basis'

A barrister tells Mike Graham that Matthew Hedges, who was imprisoned in the UAE for spying, could sue the state if there is a case that his human rights have been breached

Saturday 24 November 2018

Saturday 24 November 2018

Ilford stabbing latest in 'epidemic' of violence, says official, as second stabbing kills man hours later

Ilford stabbing latest in 'epidemic' of violence, says official, as second stabbing kills man hours later

Ilford stabbing latest in 'epidemic' of violence, says official

A British Transport Police officer was stabbed in Ilford on Friday evening, and a second man killed in an attack in Dalston hours later

Extinction Rebellion activist glues herself to Buckingham Palace gates

Extinction Rebellion activist glues herself to Buckingham Palace gates

An activist from the climate change group Extinction Rebellion glued herself to the gates of Buckingham Palace during a protest in London

Donald Tusk recommends EU leaders accept Brexit deal - but Theresa May still faces opposition at home

Donald Tusk recommends EU leaders accept Brexit deal - but Theresa May still faces opposition at home

Donald Tusk recommends EU leaders accept Brexit deal

Theresa May will meet EU leaders in Brussels, and Donald Tusk has recommended that the deal is accepted. But the Prime Minister still faces opposition at home

Ann Widdecombe on Brexit: 'We don't need concessions from the EU - just get on with it!"

Ann Widdecombe on Brexit: Theresa May should 'just get on with it'

Ann Widdecombe tells Dan Wootton that the Prime Minister has 'lost sight' of the fact that the UK will leave the EU as she tries to secure support from Brussels

Friday 23 November 2018

Friday 23 November 2018

Antisemitism trigger warnings in the Bible 'aren't for Jewish people, but potential racists'

Antisemitism trigger warnings in the Bible 'aren't for Jewish people, but potential racists'

Antisemitism warnings in the Bible 'aren't for Jewish people, but racists'

A group of Jewish leaders has called for footnotes to be added to the Bible and Koran that point out when the text contains antisemitic ideas

Gerard Batten: 'Charges against Tommy Robinson are bogus and UKIP is not far right'

Gerard Batten: 'Charges against Tommy Robinson are bogus and UKIP is not far right'

Gerard Batten: Charges against Tommy Robinson are 'bogus'

UKIP leader Gerard Batten defended his appointment of Tommy Robinson as a special adviser on rape gangs, saying his convictions were a result of 'mistakes' by the justice system

Junk food adverts to be banned across Transport for London network to combat child obesity

Junk food adverts to be banned across TfL network to combat child obesity

The Transport for London network will enforce a ban on adverts showing foods high in fat, salt and sugar from February 2019

Julia Hartley-Brewer on winter fuel payments: 'I don't want handouts I don't need'

Julia Hartley-Brewer on winter fuel payments: 'I don't want handouts I don't need'

Julia Hartley-Brewer on fuel payments: 'I don't want handouts I don't need'

Julia Hartley-Brewer spoke to Debbie McGee about npower's Fuel Bank scheme, which wants to extend winter fuel payments to anyone who needs them

Thursday 22 November 2018

Thursday 22 November 2018

NSPCC on report on youngsters' mental disorders: 'We're failing young people'

NSPCC on report on youngsters' mental disorders: 'We're failing young people'

A report from NHS Digital found that one in eight young people had a mental disorder in 2017

Robert Halfon: 'I've written to Father Christmas asking for Brexit to be over'

Robert Halfon: 'I've written to Father Christmas asking for Brexit to be over'

Robert Halfon MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer that he won't vote for Theresa May's Brexit deal, but that he hasn't submitted a letter of no confidence in the Prime Minister

'The root is a lack of social housing', says Shelter chief exec on rising homelessness

'Lack of social housing' to blame for rising homelessness, says Shelter chief

Polly Neate of Shelter told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the 4% rise in homelessness in the UK was down to several factors, but a decrease in social housing was the 'root'

Friday 9 November 2018

Friday 9 November 2018

'A disgrace' that no black people sit on the Parole Board, says campaigner

'A disgrace' that no black people sit on the Parole Board, says campaigner

'A disgrace' that no black people sit on the Parole Board, says campaigner

The Parole Board has no black people among its 240 members, and Simon Woolley, director of Operation Black Vote, told talkRADIO it's a 'disgrace'

Jo Johnson resigns over 'completely unacceptable' Brexit deal

Jo Johnson resigns over 'completely unacceptable' Brexit deal

Jo Johnson resigns over 'completely unacceptable' Brexit deal

Jo Johnson, the brother of Boris Johnson, has resigned as transport minister over his opposition to Theresa May's Brexit deal

Iceland's palm oil Christmas ad 'might have been permitted without connection to Greenpeace'

Iceland's palm oil Christmas ad 'might have been permitted without connection to Greenpeace'

Iceland Christmas ad 'might have been permitted without Greenpeace connection'

A retail expert has said that Iceland's Christmas advert, which features a repackaged animation by Greenpeace warning against the use of palm oil, might have been permitted on air had it not been connected to the campaigner

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