EU referendum

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Thursday, July 28, 2016

The man appointed by Brussels to oversee Britain's exit from the EU is a "serious negotiator" who will be "no pushover", says Birmingham MP Gisela Stuart

EU's Brexit boss Michel Barnier will be a 'serious negotiator', says former colleague

EU's Brexit boss Michel Barnier will be a 'serious negotiator'

Labour MP Gisela Stuart says the man appointed to lead the European Commission's negotiations will be "no pushover" as Britain prepares to split from Brussels…

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Scottish independence: referendum 'inevitable' - says MP Angus MacNeil

Scottish independence: referendum 'inevitable' - says MP Angus MacNeil

Scottish independence: referendum 'inevitable'

Angus MacNeil, the MP for Na h-Eileanan an Iar, says that the Brexit vote means Scotland has the right to go to the polls again…

Hate crime: Has Brexit vote made Britain more racist?

Hate crime: Has Brexit vote made Britain more racist?

Hate crime: Has Brexit vote made Britain more racist?

As Home Secretary announces a policing review, campaigners say anti-immigrant tone of campaign has allowed extremists to "peddle toxic and hateful views"

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

A prominent Labout MEP has backed Theresa May's Conservative government suggestion that negotiations to leave the European Union are unlikely to begin before 2017.

Labour MEP backs plans to stall Brexit negotiations until 2017

Labour MEP backs plans to stall Brexit negotiations until 2017

"We need to concentrate on the enormous task ahead," says Claude Moraes

Friday, July 15, 2016

Friday, July 15, 2016

Former Labour MP Tom Harris angrily hangs up on his interview with Hardeep Singh Kohli

LISTEN: Angry former Labour MP Tom Harris hangs up the phone during live interview!

Angry former Labour MP Tom Harris hangs up the phone during live interview!

He was not happy when host Hardeep Singh Kohli attempted to interrupt him

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

'I haven't experienced anything like this in thirty years' - Tom Brake MP on the political scene post-Brexit

'I haven't experienced anything like this in thirty years' - Tom Brake MP on the political scene post-Brexit

'I haven't experienced anything like this in thirty years', says Tom Brake MP

The Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Carshalton and Wallington spoke with Paul Ross about British politics after Brexit

Monday, July 11, 2016

Monday, July 11, 2016

Friday, July 8, 2016

Friday, July 8, 2016

'A paper you can carry like a badge of honour' - The New European editor on it's launch

'A paper you can carry like a badge of honour' - The New European editor on its launch

The New European editor: 'A paper you can carry like a badge of honour'

The New European newspaper is aimed at those who supported the Remain campaign

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Scott Travers, author of The Coin Collector's Survival Manual, explains how Brexit has impacted the price of gold

Financial expert explains rising gold prices after Brexit vote

Financial expert explains rising gold prices after Brexit vote

Scott Travers, author of The Coin Collector's Survival Manual, explains how Brexit has impacted the price of gold

Monday, July 4, 2016

Monday, July 4, 2016

'We're good at coming up with solutions', says Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association General Secretary after 'Jeremy Corbyn coup'

'If this is a coup, it must be the worst coup ever', says trade union leader on Corbyn challenge

Union leader on Corbyn: 'If this is a coup, it must be the worst coup ever'

Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association General Secretary Manuel Cortes advocated the experience of trade unions to solve the Labour Party power struggle

'I can see this whole issue dribbling past another election' says lawyer Mark Stephens on Brexit

'I can see this whole issue dribbling past another election,' says lawyer Mark Stephens on Brexit

Brexit: 'I can see this whole issue dribbling past another election'

A law firm is taking action to ensure if Article 50 is triggered it is done so legally

'Nigel Farage is the most courageous politician this country's had in the past 25 years', says UKIP London Assembly Member as Farage steps down

UKIP's Peter Whittle: 'Farage is the most courageous politician this country's had in 25 years'

'Nigel Farage is the most courageous politician this country's had in 25 years'

Nigel Farage has announced his resignation as leader of the UKIP party

Andrew Mitchell MP has backed Michael Gove's bid for the Conservative Party Leadership.

'He's bringing great experience' - Andrew Mitchell backs Gove's leadership bid

Andrew Mitchell backs Michael Gove's Conservative Party Leadership bid

The MP for Sutton Coldfield said the Justice Secretary is 'bringing great experience' to the race

Friday, July 1, 2016

Friday, July 1, 2016

The rise in hate crimes is 'merely the tip of the iceberg', says Councillor Claudia Webbe

The rise in hate crimes is 'merely the tip of the iceberg', claims Councillor Claudia Webbe

The rise in hate crimes is 'merely the tip of the iceberg', claims Claudia Webbe

The Islington Councillor believes recent political campaigns have cause the rise

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Thursday, June 30, 2016

'We should be attempting to make Britain into the world's greatest trading nation', says MP Grant Shapps

'We should be attempting to make Britain into the world's greatest trading nation', says MP Grant Shapps

'We should be attempting to make Britain the world's greatest trading nation'

The Conservative MP for Welwyn Hatfield reveals he voted Remain

Spain fear a Catalonian breakaway, and fear a Scottish move might trigger trouble at home

'Bad luck for Scotland' - Journalist explains why Spain will be obstacle on EU entry

'Bad luck for Scotland' - Journalist explains why Spain will be EU obstacle

Amparo Polo said Mariano Rajoy 'will be against any kind of proposal giving Scotland special status without declaring independence'

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

'It will be much easier for a Brexiteer to take control of the Conservative party,' says MP Andrew Mitchell

'It will be much easier for a Brexiteer to take control of the Conservative party,' says MP Andrew Mitchell

'It will be much easier for a Brexiteer to take control', - MP Andrew Mitchell

The Tory MP for Sutton Coldfield discusses possible candidates to lead the Conservative party

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

'The country needs us!' – Jon Holmes delivers rousing speech for Britain

'The country needs us!' – Jon Holmes delivers rousing speech for Britain

'The country needs us!' – Jon Holmes delivers rousing speech for Britain

Our afternoon presenter had something he had to say in the ongoing aftermath of the EU referendum

'Racists need to be told to get back in their box', says integration think tank director

'Racists need to be told to get back in their box', says integration think tank director

'Racists need to be told to get back in their box', says think tank director

Reports have claimed there has been a sharp rise in racist attacks since the result of the EU referendum

'I would not undersell the American public's anger and frustration with the government,' says New Mexico broadcaster about presidential race

'I would not undersell the American public's anger and frustration with the government,' says New Mexico broadcaster about presidential race

New Mexico radio host warns of 'American public anger' in presidential race

Scott Stiegler from the KKOB radio station in New Mexico outlines why the outcome of the US presidential race might be a revolt against the elite

'No!' - Ann Widdecombe takes a decisive stance on free movement of people from Europe

'No!' - Ann Widdecombe takes a decisive stance on free movement of people from Europe

'No!' - Ann Widdecombe takes a decisive stance on free movement from Europe

The former MP made it very clear where she stood ahead of the coming exit negotiations from the EU

'We're going to have to keep the pressure on them' – Nigel Farage worries Leave campaigners are backtracking

'We're going to have to keep the pressure on them' – Nigel Farage worries Leave campaigners are backtracking

Nigel Farage vows to 'keep the pressure on' as Leave campaigners backtrack

The leader of UKIP reveals he's nervous about other politicians going back on their Leave decision

Jeremy Hunt – I may stand for Tory leader to make us 'the Hong Kong of Europe'

Jeremy Hunt – I may stand for Tory leader to make us 'the Hong Kong of Europe'

Jeremy Hunt – I may stand for Tory leader to make us 'the Hong Kong of Europe'

The Health Secretary told Paul Ross the electorate 'want a vision for life outside the EU and a plan to get there'

Monday, June 27, 2016

Monday, June 27, 2016

'A lacklustre, tedious old man' – political correspondent Rupert Myers condemns Jeremy Corbyn

'A lacklustre, tedious old man' – political correspondent Rupert Myers condemns Jeremy Corbyn

'A lacklustre, tedious old man' – political correspondent Rupert Myers on Corbyn

The co-creator of Corbyn the Musical says the Labour leader doesn't care

Where's Mel Gibson when you need him?! Jon Holmes speaks to a politics expert from Alabama

Where's Mel Gibson when you need him?! Jon Holmes speaks to a politics expert from Alabama

A very unique view on the EU Referendum! Jon Holmes speaks to a politics expert

Professor Scott Lucas, originally from Alabama, suggested the star of Braveheart to heal the divide in the United Kingdom

Labour faces 'existential crisis', says Politics professor Matthew Goodwin

Labour faces 'existential crisis', says Politics professor Matthew Goodwin

Labour faces 'existential crisis', says Politics professor Matthew Goodwin

The Professor of politics and international relations says parties face a split amid their traditional voters

Scottish MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh backs Nicola Sturgeon to secure 'Scotland's position in the EU'

Scottish MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh backs Nicola Sturgeon to secure 'Scotland's position in the EU'

Scottish MP backs Nicola Sturgeon to secure 'Scotland's position in the EU'

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh insists the First Minister is 'ruling out no options as to how this is going to be achieved'.

'He is just not up to it,' says Labour MP Wes Streeting as he calls for Corbyn to go

'He is just not up to it,' says Labour MP Wes Streeting as he calls for Corbyn to go

'He is just not up to it' – Labour MP Wes Streeting calls for Corbyn to go

The MP for Ilford North lamented the political fallout in the Labour Party after the EU referendum vote

'The tories would have paid Hilary Benn to do this', says Ken Livingstone as he defends Jeremy Corbyn

'The tories would have paid Hilary Benn to do this', says Ken Livingstone as he defends Jeremy Corbyn

Livingstone backs Corbyn: 'The tories would have paid Hilary Benn to do this'

The former London Mayor believes Labour MPs recent resignations have been carefully planned

Politicians can't ignore referendum result because without a 'snap election', says QC

Politicians can't ignore referendum result without 'a snap election' or EU concessions, says QC

Politicians can't ignore referendum result without quick election, says QC

Jo Maugham explained how realistic the possibility of reversing the referendum result could be

Friday, June 24, 2016

Friday, June 24, 2016

'You've got to bear in mind how other EU countries are going to respond to Brexit', says journalist Alasdair Sandford

'Bear in mind how other EU countries are going to respond to Brexit,' says Alasdair Sandford

'You've got to bear in mind how EU countries are going to respond to Brexit'

Sandford claims immigration control works both ways

'NHS problems haven't gone away because of Brexit,' says former NHS trust chairman

'NHS problems haven't gone away because of Brexit,' says former NHS Trust chairman

'NHS problems haven't gone away because of Brexit,' says former NHS chairman

Roy Lilley says there's too much uncertainty to know what will happen with the NHS

'Investment banks won't have to leave', says doctor Pippa Malmgren on Brexit

Brexit will be good for UK investment, says Dr Pippa Malmgren

Brexit will be good for UK investment, says Dr Pippa Malmgren

The American policy analyst says leaving will be good for the British economy

We're heading for 'very troubled and troubling times', says Alistair Campbell

We're heading for 'very troubled and troubling times', says Alistair Campbell

We're heading for 'very troubled and troubling times', says Alistair Campbell

The former aide to Tony Blair claims he wasn't convinced Remain would want on the night of the referendum

'Brexit is a collective two fingers up at the elite', says MP James Cleverly

'Brexit is a collective two fingers up at the elite,' says MP James Cleverly

'Brexit is a collective two fingers up at the elite,' says MP James Cleverly

The Conservative MP claims big names calling people to vote Remain turned the vote the other way

'What matters now is we ensure stability', says Chris Grayling MP after EU Referendum Results

'What matters now is we ensure stability,' says Chris Grayling MP after EU Referendum Results

'What matters now is we ensure stability,' says Chris Grayling MP

The MP dismissed the idea of Brexit causing a recession

'I personally don't think we should use article 50', says Conservative MP Bill Cash

'I personally don't think we should use article 50,' says Conservative MP Bill Cash

'I personally don't think we should use article 50,' says MP Bill Cash

Article 50 sets out rules on how a country should leave the European Union

'The United Kingdom is a sinking ship', says SNP MP Angus MacNeil

'The United Kingdom is a sinking ship,' says SNP MP Angus MacNeil

'The United Kingdom is a sinking ship,' says SNP MP Angus MacNeil

Nicola Sturgeon has announced she wants Scotland to stay within the EU

EU Referendum results: 'I think the Prime Minister got too personally involved', says Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage: 'The Prime Minister got too personally involved'

Nigel Farage: 'The Prime Minister got too personally involved'

The UKIP leader is calling the day of the referendum 'independence day'

Julia Hartley-Brewer hears from a worried caller on the result of the EU referendum

"I'm frankly devastated,' caller tells Julia Hartley-Brewer on EU result

"I'm frankly devastated,' caller tells Julia Hartley-Brewer on EU result

Caller Chris worries about how the UK will fair after leaving the EU

'Eventually we're going to replace the Labour Party', says deputy leader of UKIP Paul Nuttall

'Eventually we're going to replace the Labour Party,' says deputy leader of UKIP Paul Nuttall

'Eventually we're going to replace the Labour Party,' says deputy leader of UKIP

The EU referendum result has given UKIP a huge boost

Nigel Farage 'has delivered more for Great Britain since Winston Churchill', says UKIP's Nathan Gill after EU referendum results

Nigel Farage 'has delivered more for Great Britain since Churchill', says UKIP's Nathan Gill

Nigel Farage 'has delivered more for Great Britain since Winston Churchill'

Nathan Gill sung the highest praises of the UKIP leader following the results of the referendum

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Ex-Cameron aide Steve Hilton: 'I wouldn't talk about my mate like that'

Ex-Cameron aide Steve Hilton: 'I wouldn't talk about my mate like that'

Steve Hilton: 'I wouldn't talk about my mate like that'

Steve Hilton joins Sam Delaney on his relationship with David Cameron

'The Brexit campaign is trying to use Turkey to stir up fear over immigration' says Associate Fellow of Chatham House

'Brexit campaign is trying to use Turkey to stir up fear over immigration,' says Associate Fellow of Chatham House

'The Brexit campaign is trying to use Turkey to stir up fear over immigration'

Associate Fellow of Chatham House Fadi Sakura claims Turkey is not interested in EU membership

Father Vs Son! Stanley Johnson responds to his son Boris thoughts on why people should vote to leave the EU

Father vs son! Stanley Johnson responds to Boris... and he's voting Remain

Father vs son! Stanley Johnson responds to Boris... and he's voting Remain

The father of the former Mayor of London joined Sam Delaney ahead of the referendum

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

'When's he going to stop fibbing to the British people?', says Richard Tice on David Cameron

'When's he going to stop fibbing to the British people?', says Richard Tice on David Cameron

'When's he going to stop fibbing?', says Richard Tice on David Cameron

Steve Hilton has claimed David Cameron cannot reach his net-migration target

'People fear the return of the border in Northern Ireland', says editor of the Irish World

'People fear the return of the border in Northern Ireland', says Irish World editor

Irish World editor: 'People fear the return of the border in Northern Ireland'

The Irish World newspaper has reported an increase in applications for Irish passports

Cameron's pledge to bring migration down to below 100,000 people has failed

Immigration lawyer: 'The PM shouldn't make promises he can't deliver'

Immigration lawyer: 'The PM shouldn't make promises he can't deliver'

Immigration lawyer Harjap Singh Bhangal insisted David Cameron has to be realistic about his immigration target

'We don't need to get out of Europe, we need to change our politics', says leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett

'We don't need to get out of Europe – we need to change our politics', says Green Party leader Natalie Bennett

'We need to change our politics', says leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett

The politician says leaving the European Union would mean having to repeat creating laws which already work

Monday, June 20, 2016

Monday, June 20, 2016

'It won't change anything', says political correspondent after Baroness Warsi changes her decision on the EU

'It won't change anything', says political correspondent on Warsi reverse

Baroness Warsi is now supporting the Remain campaign, despite her previous decision to support Leave

Nikki Grahame on Canadian Big Brother and a special EU Referendum reality check

Nikki Grahame on Canadian Big Brother and a special EU Referendum reality check

Nikki Grahame on Canadian Big Brother and a special EU Referendum reality check

The author and columnist popped by the talkRADIO studios for a chat with Paul Ross

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Thursday, June 16, 2016

'An unseemly spectacle' - Nigel Farage slams Sir Bob Geldof for Thames flotilla clash

'An unseemly spectacle' - Nigel Farage slams Sir Bob Geldof for Thames flotilla clash

Nigel Farage slams Sir Bob Geldof for Thames flotilla clash

The UKIP leader blasted 'Sir Yob Geldof' for causing 'an unseemly spectacle'

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

'They tried to shout them down, I find it quite distasteful', says MP Kate Hoey on Bob Geldof's comments

'He tried to shout them down, I find it distasteful', says MP Kate Hoey about Bob Geldof

Hoey slams Geldof: 'He tried to shout them down, I find it distasteful'

Nigel Farage brought a fleet of boats down the River Thames to urge Parliament to take control of our waters

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

EU referendum: 'It's much more complicated than a newspaper headline', says Alastair Campbell

EU referendum: 'It's much more complicated than a newspaper headline', says Alastair Campbell

'It's much more complicated than a newspaper headline', says Alastair Campbell

The Sun's front page today urged readers to vote Leave

EU Referendum: Expert explains why you shouldn't take the polls at face value

EU Referendum: Why you shouldn't take the polls at face value

EU Referendum: Why you shouldn't take the polls at face value

Tom Mludzinski from pollsters ComRes explains how 'it's not always good news if polls are newsworthy'

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