The MP for Newport West was speaking to our presenter about John Bercow's declaration against the US president when the row broke out
Kirsty Blackman, SNP MP for Aberdeen North, backed the speaker banning the US president from addressing MPs in the House of Commons
Some of the attacks on the list to support Donald Trump's claims of 'under-reporting' of terror attacks include the Paris attacks of 2015, the Nice lorry attack last July, and the market incident in Berlin
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Conway used the same phrase in an interview with Cosmopolitan
On Thursday defence secretary Michael Fallon claimed that Russia was 'testing Nato and the west,' adding that it is trying to 'expand its sphere of influence, destabilise countries and weaken the alliance'
On Friday a man attacked soldiers with two machetes at Paris's Louvre Museum. The suspect is being detained in hospital having been shot during the incident
Donald Trump was reportedly not fully briefed on the executive order he signed which gave Steve Bannon a seat on the National Security Council
Donald Trump has likened US foreign policy to Russia’s, as well as sending many tweets against the judge who has temporarily blocked his travel ban
Federal Judge James Robart has ruled against Donald Trump's travel ban, meaning once banned travellers can now enter the country
The Labour leader made the comment as UK mosques opened their doors to people of other faiths
Prime Minister Theresa May was meeting the other leaders of Europe at the summit in the Maltese capital Valletta
During Trump has frequently claimed that he would bring jobs back to America by increasing manufacturing in the country
Trump's top advisor recently claimed that two Iraqi refugees were responsible for a massacre which never happened. But why stop there?
In an interview with MSNBC, Donald Trump's top advisor claimed that two Iraqi immigrants were responsible for a fictional massacre. And Twitter has run with it.
Pair have been engaged in a tit-for-tat feud in the media this week
Sir Andrew Wood, former British ambassador to Russia and now associate fellow at Chatham House, spoke to James Whale about the President's move to remove Russian sanctions
In an interview with MSNBC, the president's top advisor claimed that two Iraqi men were responsible for a fictional massacre
Donald Trump has reportedly told female White House staff that they must 'dress like women' and said men should have a 'certain look'
JK Rowling has hit back at one of her former fans who claimed she burnt the Harry Potter books
Protesters against Donald Trump don't want him to build a wall along the Mexico border, yet the UK's plans for a similar boundary received almost no attention, says our presenter
Our presenter had some practical advice for Donald Trump during his drivetime cover slot yesterday.
While speaking to a caller, George Galloway made the point it'd be crazy for him to come to a country where there is a large opposition to him
A street artist known only as 'KATSU' managed to configure a drone to have the capabilities to paint graffiti onto walls
Joe Walsh, now a popular conservative talkshow hosts, believes 'we're in for four years of protests and warfare'
George Galloway opened his show today with a moving monologue on Donald Trump's travel ban
Claims are just the latest controversy to blight Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee
Josh Robinson, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Donald Trump's first nomination for the American Supreme Court
Local paper La Presse made the claim, and a website has claimed the suspect was a fan of Donald Trump and far-right groups
Thousands of people took to the streets in the UK yesterday, protesting against Donald Trump’s travel ban and calling on the Government to cancel his state visit to the UK
During the press conference held by Donald Trump and Theresa May, the Prime Minister said the two countries are 'united in the recognition of Nato'
Our presenter gave some key advice on the 45th American president to a caller from Durham
Our presenter has challenged the president on why he hasn't included Saudi Arabia on the list of countries banned from US travel by an executive order
John Dean, the counsel to the White House under Richard Nixon, called the dismissal of the former attorney-general "a new low"
Julia Hartley-Brewer has had a row on Twitter with Lily Allen over Donald Trump's state visit
Julia Hartley-Brewer had a heated debate with Labour MP Ben Bradshaw, over what exactly voting leave in the EU referendum meant
The thinktank's chairman, Peter Wilding, made the claim in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Dr. Brian Klaas, a fellow in Global Politics at the London School of Economics, said the new regime is already in total chaos
This fcomes after a petition to block the president from coming to the UK received more than 1.6 million signatures
Kingston called up our afternoon presenter to share his views on Donald Trump's executive order
Donald Trump has banned travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries from America, a move that has sparked outrage
Trump's plan is rash and unnecessary. We in Britain must show our displeasure
At a press conference in Washington D.C, the political editor for BBC News posed a question to President Trump which has drawn fire from our presenter
George Galloway discussed the press conference held by Theresa May and Donald Trump on Friday
Whittle says Nigel Farage is free to say what he thinks and Muslim ban protesters are just 'hysterical' Trump haters
Donald Trump has once again taken to Twitter to discuss his travel ban, which has been criticised by many
The founder of the English Defence League has defended Donald Trump's executive order
Lawmakers have passed 'reciprocity measure' preventing Iraqis from entering America
Trump has banned those from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering America, he has also banned the entry of Syrian refugees and suspended the US Refugee Admissions Programme
Former Labour leader Ed Milliband and Zahawi have called for an emergency debate in Parliament on Donald Trump's travel ban
Malloch is the favourite to be the US's ambassador to the European Union
Dr. Adam Quinn told Julia Hartley-Brewer it was 'unreasonable to suggest' Britain has any real influence on American politics
Petition launched following Mr Trump's measures to stop Muslim immigrants
The coffee chain plans to hire roughly 10,000 refugees over the next five years as a defiant response to the President's executive order
The US president signed an executive order which banned immigration from seven countries in the Middle-East