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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”.
The chief executive of the Fawcett Society has said that the problem of gender stereotyping is “endemic” within UK society and it is “damaging for young men”.
The director of a documentary alleging Michael Jackson groomed and abused two young boys said the pop star cultivated an “innocent, child-like image” to get close to vulnerable children.
The chair of the education select committee has called for a “long-term, ten-year plan” to help cash-strapped schools.
"Sensible rules" on trans athletes competing are needed in order to “protect young sportswomen”, according to former swimmer Sharron Davies.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has condemned the media coverage of the “horrific” killing of a 17-year-old girl, saying politicians and journalists only care about knife crime when it is “white middle-class girls” being stabbed.
Donald Trump’s former lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen is acting like a "spoiled brat", according to a former member of the president's transition team.
The politician said Cabinet members who had spoken out against leaving the EU should be "sacked".
The founder of Pimlico Plumbers has announced he will donate to The Independent Group to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
Julia Hartley-Brewer has slammed Jeremy Corbyn for choosing to back a second referendum.
The former environment secretary has said Theresa May is "quite right" to delay a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal.
Damian Hinds has defended a decision to add FGM to the curriculum, and revealed it has been 19 years since sex education guidance was last updated.
The Lib Dem MP clashed with Julia Hartley-Brewer over the future of food post-Brexit, accusing the breakfast show host of "living in fantasy land".
Emojis pose no more difficulty to the courts than interpreting another language, a criminal defence lawyer has argued.
A human rights lawyer has criticised a decision to strip the IS teen of her British citizenship, claiming it is the UK's responsibility to keep her baby safe.
The seven Labour splitters must stand for a by-election to prove they are not "unprincipled opportunists", George Galloway has said.
The Labour peer said comments made by Angela Smith, in which she referred to people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds as having a “funny tinge”, were "unacceptable".
Jacob Rees-Mogg has suggested that Olly Robbins comments that MPs would face a choice between Theresa May's deal or Article 50 being extended were supposed to be overheard
Criminal barrister Jeremy Dein QC has accused the Crown Prosecution Service of "favouritism" for choosing not to prosecute the Duke of Edinburgh following his road crash.
A former currency trader who joined Kurdish rebels to fight the Islamic State says Shamima Begum is 'more dangerous' now than when she left to join the terror group
Sir Vince Cable says Shamima Begum should be brought back to the UK and investigated by police for her time with the Islamic State in Syria
The Brexiteer MP claimed negotiations with the EU would have gone "much better" if there was more support for the referendum result within the government.
A journalist who was captured by the Taliban has urged people to show more "understanding and sympathy" towards Shamima Begum, a Jihadi bride who wants to return to the UK.
The Conservative MP said the UK "cannot welcome back" any British citizen that joins ISIS, as a former London schoolgirl who joined the group revealed she wished to return to the country.
Jewish Chronicle editor Stephen Pollard said he hoped Labour's slow progress in dealing with allegations of antisemitism would spur MPs to form a breakaway party
Andrew Bridgen MP has said that the formation of a new Brexit party, helmed by Nigel Farage, should worry the Conservatives if they don't deliver Brexit
Workers are reluctant to change jobs because of continued uncertainty over Brexit, according to a new report.
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve has that he would "refuse" to be part of a government that was elected to take the UK out of the European Union without a deal.
In her morning monologue, the talkRADIO presenter branded the European Union a "special place in hell for arrogant diplomats".
The former UKIP leader said Donald Tusk was "thinking of me" with his scathing comments about "those who promoted Brexit" without a plan.
John Longworth, chairman of Leave Means Leave has said that leaving the European Union without a deal would be “very good for the many, not the few”.
Deportation flights sending foreign national offenders to Jamaica will result in a repeat of the Windrush scandal, immigration expert Satbir Singh has claimed.
Margaret Thatcher's former private secretary has described fears a proposed statue of the Iron Lady will be vandalised as "sad", adding that there was no "justification for such criminal damage".
The broadcaster said Childline counsellors "universally and unanimously" said social media was at the root of unhappiness in their young callers.
MPs from the Exiting the European Union Committee are set to meet EU officials in Brussels to discuss the last Brexit negotiations on Monday.
The Justice Secretary has said that an overhaul of the parole system will give victims “reassurance”, and ensure another case like John Worboys will not happen.
The Labour MP said he was "astonished" that a Birmingham-based Muslim school was not allowing girls to eat lunch until after boys had finished.
A survey carried out by the Institute of Directors has revealed that a third of British businesses could move some operations abroad because of Brexit.
The Conservative MP said it was "pathetic" to think about how the cancelled February recess has inconvenienced politicians who should be "cracking on" with passing Brexit legislation.
The Conservative MP said he thought the public were "braver" than politicians when facing the prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
The former CBI director general has predicted that most of the pressure put on Brussels to accept the Prime Minister's Brexit deal will come from the Germans - not the UK.
Jacob Rees-Mogg said the EU could force the UK into a no deal situation as 'punishment' for wanting to renegotiate the Brexit deal
The former Brexit secretary appeared on the breakfast show in the wake of the Commons vote, declaring it was "a good day for Brexit".
A number of Conservative MPs appeared on the breakfast show in the wake of last night's Commons vote to discuss what happens next.