Conservative Party

Monday, September 18, 2017

Monday, September 18, 2017

Brexit: David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson and attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit: David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson and attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson over article, attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

The MP for Monmouth spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Foreign Secretary's Brexit article over the weekend

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

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

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

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

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

‘Lord Tebbit is wrong to demand national service for the unemployed', says education campaigner

‘Lord Tebbit is wrong to demand national service for the unemployed', says education campaigner

‘Lord Tebbit wrong to demand unemployed national service', says campaigner

Natasha Devon MBE and Colonel Richard Kemp discussed the suggestion of mandatory service in the armed forces

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Brexit: 'EU withdrawal bill powers not really what people were voting for', says Jenny Chapman MP

Corbyn's shadow Brexit minister says Labour rebellion was 'expected'

Shadow Brexit minister says Labour rebellion was 'expected'

Jenny Chapman spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after the EU Withdrawal bill moves onto its next stage

Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017

'How come you're so concerned for the unborn over those already born?' - George Galloway issues challenge to Jacob Rees-Mogg in opening monologue

George Galloway issues challenge to Jacob Rees-Mogg in opening monologue

George Galloway issues challenge to Jacob Rees-Mogg in opening monologue

Our host opened the Mother of All Talk Shows by asking the potential Tory leadership candidate why he cares about the lives of unborn children more than those already born

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

Brexit: Voting against EU bill would be choosing a 'chaotic' exit ahead of key vote, says David Davis

Brexit: Voting against EU bill would be choosing a 'chaotic' exit ahead of key vote, says David Davis

Voting against EU bill is choosing a 'chaotic' exit, says David Davis

The bill to absolve EU law into faces its first key test in Parliament on Monday

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017

James Whale has fiery argument with Christian campaigner over abortion

Jacob Rees-Mogg backlash: James Whale hammers former Ukip candidate over gay marriage and abortion comments

James Whale hammers former Ukip candidate on abortion and gay marriage

Alan Craig, a former political candidate, had come onto the show to discuss Jacob Rees-Mogg's comments

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

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

Friday, September 1, 2017

Friday, September 1, 2017

Nicky Morgan MP on the Tory election campaign, Brexit, and women in Parliament

Nicky Morgan: 'I could vote against Theresa May if we don't get good Brexit deal'

Nicky Morgan: 'I'd vote against Theresa May if we don't get good Brexit deal'

The MP for Loughborough and newly-elected chair of the Treasury Select Committee spoke to Katie Perrior in a far-reaching interview

Monday, August 21, 2017

Monday, August 21, 2017

North England Commuters urged to flood TV and radio with transport woes in 'day of moaning'

North England commuters urged to flood TV and radio with transport woes in 'day of moaning'

Commuters urged to flood TV and radio with transport woes in 'day of moaning'

The event was called in response to transport secretary Chris Grayling's support for a London rail project

Friday, August 18, 2017

Friday, August 18, 2017

'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

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

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP invites young man who got tattoo of him to Westminster

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP invites young man who got tattoo of him to Westminster

The Tory MP for North East Somerset was 'enormously honoured' by Ross Atkinson's show of devotion

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer calls second EU referendum calls 'dishonest'

Julia Hartley-Brewer says second EU referendum calls are 'dishonest'

Julia Hartley-Brewer says second EU referendum calls are 'dishonest'

Our host was speaking to The New European columnist Paul Connew about the turmoil in the Cabinet over freedom of movement

Monday, July 31, 2017

Monday, July 31, 2017

Brexit: Boris Johnson dismisses resignation reports, blasts Sir Vince Cable

Brexit: Boris Johnson dismisses resignation reports, blasts Sir Vince Cable

Boris Johnson dismisses resignation reports, blasts Sir Vince Cable

The Lib Dem leader said the Foreign Secretary might resign after reports of a cabinet dispute went public

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

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

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

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Labour blasts Tory 'smears' on Diane Abbott and other female MPs

Labour blasts Tory 'smears' on Diane Abbott and other female MPs

Labour blasts Tory 'smears' on Diane Abbott and other female MPs

It comes in response to Theresa May telling of her surprise Jeremy Corbyn hadn't spoken out against the 'intimidation' during the election campaign

Monday, July 10, 2017

Monday, July 10, 2017

Tory Leadership election is 'agitated media talk', says Kwasi Kwarteng MP

Tory leadership election is just 'agitated media talk', says Kwasi Kwarteng MP

Tory leadership election is just 'agitated media talk', says Kwasi Kwarteng MP

The Conservative MP for Spelthorne defended Theresa May in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Monday, June 26, 2017

Monday, June 26, 2017

'It's a lamb to the slaughter to send her into negotiations' - George Galloway blasts Theresa May in opening monologue

'It's a lamb to the slaughter to send her into negotiations' - George Galloway blasts Theresa May in opening monologue

George Galloway blasts Theresa May in opening monologue

Our host said 'it's a lamb to the slaughter to send her into negotiations' at the opening of his show

DUP backs deal to support Theresa May's minority government

DUP backs deal to support Theresa May's minority government

DUP backs deal to support Theresa May's minority government

The deal has been finalised almost three weeks after the election was decided

Arlene Foster claims Tory-DUP deal is close to being finalised

Arlene Foster claims Tory-DUP deal is close to being finalised

Arlene Foster claims Tory-DUP deal is close to being finalised

The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party has returned to London to finalise the deal with Theresa May

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Thursday, June 22, 2017

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit', claims James Cleverly MP

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit', claims James Cleverly MP

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit'

The MP for Braintree discussed the content of the Queen's Speech made by Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday with Paul Ross

DUP reportedly broke off Tory talks following £2bn demand for Northern Ireland

DUP 'broke off Tory talks affer £2bn demand for Northern Ireland'

DUP 'broke off Tory talks after £2bn demand for Northern Ireland'

The Daily Telegraph is claiming the Democratic Unionists ended negotiations temporarily following strain caused by a demand of money for Northern Ireland

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

'All I can say is hallelujah' - George Galloway praises possibility of Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister

George Galloway: 'My friend Jeremy Corbyn will soon be Prime Minister. Hallelujah!'

George Galloway: My friend Jeremy Corbyn will soon be PM. Hallelujah!

Our host heaped praise on the Labour leader for withstanding 'the viciousness of the last 21 months' and rising to 'a kind of greatness'

DUP declaration 'significant saber rattling at this stage', says former Labour advisor Kevin Meagher

DUP declaration is 'significant' for Theresa May, says former Labour advisor Kevin Meagher

DUP declaration 'significant saber rattling at this stage', says Kevin Meagher

Meagher spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the ongoing negotiations between the two parties in the wake of the election result

DUP could potentially pull out of Tory deal if 'taken for granted'

DUP could potentially pull out of Tory deal if 'taken for granted'

DUP could potentially pull out of Tory deal if 'taken for granted'

10 days of negotiation has not resulted in a deal between the two parties in the wake of the hung Parliament election result

Queen's Speech to reportedly focus on Brexit in State Opening of Parliament

Queen's Speech to reportedly focus on Brexit

Queen's Speech to reportedly focus on Brexit

The State Opening of Parliament is believed to be taking place without much of its usual lavish grandeur

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

1922 Committee: 'Theresa May gave first-rate performance' says Secretary Bob Blackman MP

1922 Committee: 'Theresa May gave us a first-rate performance' says secretary Bob Blackman

'Theresa May gave us a first-rate performance' says 1922 Committee secretary

The MP for Harrow East spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Prime Minister's meeting with the committee

Theresa May and Arlene Foster to meet in Downing Street to discuss vital deal to support Government

Theresa May and Arlene Foster meet in Downing Street to discuss vital deal to support Government

Theresa May and Arlene Foster discuss vital deal to support Government

The Prime Minister is reportedly seeking a confidence and supply arrangement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) following the hung Parliament election

Five contenders to be Conservative Party leader if Theresa May quits

Five contenders to be Conservative Party leader if Theresa May quits

In the unlikely event Theresa May resigns, who could lead the party in these uncertain times?

Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017

Theresa May to reportedly delay Queen's Speech to continue DUP talks

Queen's Speech set to be delayed as Theresa May continues DUP talks

Queen's Speech set to be delayed as Theresa May continues DUP talks

The BBC is reporting the State Opening of Parliament has been pushed back as the Conservatives speak with the DUP about support for their party

Minority Governments - why history doesn't reflect well on Theresa May's chances

Minority Governments: History suggests Theresa May will be toppled (and quickly)

History suggests Theresa May will be toppled (and quickly)

A hung Parliament result of the election has result in Theresa May appearing to decide to form a minority government with DUP backing

Lord Michael Howard: 'Jeremy Corbyn seems to think he's won a great victory' in Election 2017

Lord Michael Howard: 'Jeremy Corbyn seems to think he's won a great election victory, it's baffling'

Lord Michael Howard: 'Jeremy Corbyn seems to think he's won a great victory'

The former Tory party leader spoke to Paul Ross about the election result and Theresa May

Lord Michael Heseltine: 'Brexit is the cancer gnawing at the heart of the Tory party'

Lord Michael Heseltine: 'Brexit is the cancer gnawing at the heart of the Tory party'

Lord Michael Heseltine: 'Brexit is the cancer gnawing the Tory Party heart'

The former Deputy Prime Minister spoke to Paul Ross about the election result and Brexit

Theresa May working to quell possible Tory rebellion over election result

Piers Morgan calls Theresa May a 'timid loser' on Good Morning Britain

Piers Morgan calls Theresa May a 'timid loser' on Good Morning Britain

The party lost its parliamentary majority after the election result came back with a hung Parliament

Friday, June 9, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

Election 2017: Theresa May 'confident' Tories can work with DUP for UK interests

Election 2017: Theresa May 'confident' Tories can work with DUP for UK interests

Theresa May 'confident' Tories can work with DUP for UK interests

The Prime Minister made a statement outside Downing Street in the wake of the election result

Election 2017: 'This is the most unstable Parliament since February 1974', says Ken Livingstone

Election 2017: 'This is the most unstable Parliament since February 1974', says Ken Livingstone

'This is the most unstable Parliament since February 1974', says Ken Livingstone

The former Mayor of London spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer live from College Green

'Second election is unlikely', says YouGov's Joe Twyman

'Second election is unlikely', says YouGov's Joe Twyman

'Second election is unlikely', says YouGov's Joe Twyman

The Head of Political and Social Research for Europe at the market research company told Julia Hartley-Brewer the coalition will do what they can to prevent it

Election 2017: 'SNP could be more influential because of the hung Parliament', says Humza Yousaf MSP

Election 2017: 'SNP could be more influential because of the hung Parliament', says Humza Yousaf MSP

'SNP could be more influential because of the hung Parliament' says Humza Yousaf

The MSP and Scottish Government Minister for Transport spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer live on College Green

Election 2017: UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn compares election decision to social media video

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn: Tories tried to 'mug off' Corbyn

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn: Tories tried to 'mug off' Corbyn

The MEP claimed the result was like 'one of those social media videos where three yobs try to rob an old man [Jeremy Corbyn] who then turns out to be a blackbelt.'

Election 2017: 'We are ready to serve the country', says Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

Election 2017: 'We are ready to serve the country', says Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

'We are ready to serve the country', says Corbyn

Labour leader insists the Conservatives should stand aside following shock night of polling

Election 2017: John McDonnell blasts Theresa May for putting 'party before country'

Election 2017: John McDonnell blasts Theresa May for putting 'party before country'

John McDonnell blasts Theresa May for putting 'party before country'

Labour's Shadow Chancellor said the people thought her call to an election for 'party-political advantage' was 'inappropriate'

Election 2017: Theresa May will seek to stay on as Prime Minister, despite hung parliament

Election 2017: Theresa May will seek to stay on as Prime Minister, despite hung parliament

Theresa May will seek to stay on as Prime Minister, despite hung parliament

The Prime Minister did not achieve the majority she needed to form a government

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Election 2017: 'Recent terror attacks have shifted focus onto national security, but people remember Theresa May cutting police numbers', says Sir Vince Cable

Election 2017: Terror attacks won't necessarily lead to Tory votes, says Vince Cable

Terror attacks won't necessarily lead to Tory election votes, says Vince Cable

Sir Vince Cable spoke to Paul Ross about the upcoming vote on Thursday, saying the Tories' reputation as a party of law and order has been eroded by their current leader

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

A survey conducted by The Independent claims voters agree with the Labour leader when he says foreign intervention increases risks of domestic terrorism

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn hits back at Theresa May, insists he expects to win election

Jeremy Corbyn hits back at Theresa May and says he expects to win election

Jeremy Corbyn hits back at Theresa May and says he expects to win election

The Labour leader spoke to The Guardian about the upcoming vote and the Prime Minister's comments about him

Monday, June 5, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

London Bridge attack: Theresa May's rhetoric 'not terribly helpful', says Emily Thornberry

London Bridge attack: Emily Thornberry accuses Theresa May of playing party politics and says 'enough was enough after 9/11'

Thornberry accuses May of party politics and says 'enough was enough after 9/11'

The shadow foreign secretary spoke to Paul Ross as he aired live from London Bridge in the wake of Saturday's attack

Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday, June 2, 2017

SunTalks: Boris Johnson blasts Jeremy Corbyn for 'siding with terrorists'

SunTalks: Boris Johnson sparks uproar by blasting Jeremy Corbyn for 'siding with terrorists'

Boris sparks uproar by blasting Jeremy Corbyn for 'siding with terrorists'

The Foreign Secretary launched an extraordinary attack on the Labour Leader, citing a supposed incident after the Brighton Bombing

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