This lady isn't for turning. Give her a call on all the biggest stories of the day.
Iain Duncan Smith has described the court case in which Boris Johnson will face accusations of misconduct in public office as “ludicrous”.
The chairman of the European Research Group has said that he will back Boris Johnson in any upcoming Conservative leadership bid.
An academic has been fired from a fellowship at a Cambridge University college for allegedly conducting “racist” research, but The Spectator's Toby Young says it was simply because he was a "Conservative".
Nearly 70 per cent of secondary school headteachers have made cuts to teaching staff to save money, a survey has found.
Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan has said the European elections could still be “cancelled at the last minute” if the UK manages to agree a Brexit deal.
The Editor of the Jewish Chronicle has accused the shadow cabinet minister of “willingly lying” after he denied he had said Zionism was “the enemy of peace”.
Environmental protesters have threatened to bring London to a standstill as they attempt to disrupt some of the capital's busiest areas and force the government to declare a climate emergency.
Sir Roger Scruton has been sacked from his post as a government adviser after he faced backlash over "unacceptable" comments on the definition of Islamophobia.
The education secretary has set up 12 Institutes of Technology across the country to “address the skill needs of businesses”.
Headteachers have been told consultation does not mean parents have the right to veto parts of the new relationships and sex education curriculum.
David Gauke has said the new divorce laws are “long overdue” as the justice secretary announced they were taking out “an element that drives up animosity”.
Former minister Priti Patel has condemned Theresa May’s cross-party approach to Brexit for giving “stature and credibility” to Jeremy Corbyn.
Illusionist Uri Geller has claimed responsibility for the leak in the House of Commons on Thursday saying that he did it because he “cares about young people”.
The Conservative MP said it was "unbelievable" that the Prime Minister is working with the Labour leader to solve the Brexit impasse.
The Labour MP said it would not be easy for the Prime Minister and opposition leader to come to an agreement on Brexit.
The human rights campaigner called for the UK to sever all ties with Brunei, as it introduces a law which allows LGBT people to be stoned to death.
A register of all children not attending school is being put forward by the education secretary.
The Liberal Democrat leader revealed he was keen to avoid "crashing out" of the EU without a deal.
The Conservative MP urged Theresa May to embrace a no-deal Brexit and "honour" the referendum result.
The former public health minister asked talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer what "the point" of Brexit was during a heated debate.
The co-chair of Labour Leave revealed she was vehemently against a second referendum.
The ERG's deputy chair said MPs were "honour-bound" to respect the result of the EU referendum, as rumours of a "coup" to overturn Brexit emerge.
Nigel Farage has called the day the UK was due to leave the European Union a “day of betrayal, a day of shame”.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman said his party would never support Labour or the SNP because they had "nailed their colours to the EU mast".
A former Scotland Yard Detective Chief Inspector has welcomed suggestions that school pupils could be subject to stop and search in an attempt to tackle knife crime.
Conservative MP Robert Halfon has warned against holding a second referendum, claiming it would result in "huge distrust" in the political system.
Alastair Campbell has slammed plans for a series of votes on alternative Brexit options, claiming politicians have "wasted years" debating leaving the EU.
The Labour MP said it was "unlikely" that Theresa May's deal would pass through the Commons, in which case the UK could face a year-long extension to Article 50.
The European Scrutiny Committee chair said the indicative votes set to take place today are a "disgraceful attempt" to undermine the outcome of the EU referendum.
The Conservative MP said that some politicians believed they were "cleverer" than the people who elected them.
The health secretary said he felt like viral sensation Brenda from Bristol when thinking about the prospect of another general election.
The politician revealed he would move a motion to cancel Brexit if no-deal was on the table.
The co-chair of Labour Leave said the outcome of last night's Commons vote - in which MPs voted to take control of the Brexit process - has "threatened" the UK's chances of leaving the EU.
The breakfast show host refused to let the politician describe a no-deal Brexit as "crashing out" of the EU.
Conservative MP Nicky Morgan has called on Theresa May to resign if her deal is rejected for a third time.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson has said he doesn't "take any pleasure" from the way in which the Prime Minister and the country have been treated throughout Brexit negotiations.
The Conservative MEP said it was "extraordinary" to see the Prime Minister blame MPs for the delay to Brexit.
The education secretary has refused to guarantee the government will not seek further extensions to Article 50.
Former firefighter Lucy Masoud has said the creators of Peppa Pig were “lazy” for using the term “fireman” in an episode.
Ben Bradshaw and talkRADIO host Julia clashed over the Labour member's claims that MPs should get a free vote on whether to stay in the customs union.
The Conservative MP called for Theresa May's deal to be voted on by the public to break the Brexit "logjam".
The MP said she would vote in favour of Theresa May's deal this week, and appeared on the breakfast show to discuss why.
Mark Francois from the European Research Group has said that he has seen “better run Parish councils” than what he saw in the House of Commons this week.
The European Council president has said he would appeal to EU leaders to be open to the option of a long extension on Brexit.
Labour MP Owen Smith has said that he thinks Brexiteers like talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer will “win and Brexit will pass”.
Breakfast presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer gives her thoughts on why Theresa May should resign as Prime Minister after her Brexit deal was rejected by MPs. These are her views and not talkRADIO's.
Accusations of antisemitism within the Labour party could spell the end for Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, according to Mail on Sunday columnist and former Labour activist Dan Hodges.
Lord Andrew Adonis has described the prime minister’s Brexit deal as “£39billion for a load of junk” as MPs are set to vote on her withdrawal agreement on Tuesday.
Theresa May is battling to save her Brexit strategy amid warnings that she is heading for another crushing defeat in Tuesday's crunch Commons vote.
Female Genital Mutilation should not be singled out as a cultural issue, according to the director of anti-FGM charity Daughters of Eve.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband welcomed the granting of diplomatic protection to his imprisoned wife and said the move was a "clear signal" to Iran.
The deputy chairman of the Conservative party has said it is “unfortunate that Diane-lovers” are focusing on Amber Rudd’s ‘coloured woman’ comment, when she was addressing the abuse the Labour MP receives.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has said Amber Rudd should not be called a “racist” after the Work and Pensions Secretary referred to Diane Abbott as a “coloured woman”.