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Foulds said 'there's no point in people blaming each other' for the current crisis - after clamining the RMT union had rejected Southern's proposals
Caller says he's sick of 'English selfishness' and launches into furious rant despite Julia's best efforts to calm him down
Theresa May's government recently dropped proposals to withdraw benefits from obese people who refuse to get help
Kamall, the MEP for London, claimed that 'wealthy people want to block the will of the British people'
The dispute over whether Parliament need to be consulted about triggering Article 50 is continues today in the Supreme Court
Barry Gardiner says he and other Remain MPs need 'clarity' on Brexit strategy, prompting incredulity from Julia
Donald Trump has spoken over the phone to Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen, prompting anger from China
Vicky Pryce, chief economic advisor at the Centre for Economic Research, claimed Italy's referendum demonstrated 'huge dissatisfaction with the status quo'
Galloway called Olney a 'complete greenhorn' who was unable to withstand perfectly reasonable questioning
PR expert Jo Tanner says Jo Tanner's advisers should have pretended the line had gone dead rather than claim she had another interview to fulfil
The interview's been called 'the best piece of political journalism I have witnessed in decades.'
Olney grilled on Brexit and her slender mandate
The former Sports Minister was speaking to Julia Hartley-Brewer following former Chelsea footballer Gary Johnson's interview to the Daily Mirror
Dave Hill spoke to Julia after Zac Goldsmith lost the Richmond Park by-election to the Liberal Democrats.
John Carr says tech firms are perfectly capable of stamping out the problem - but they don't want to
Alex Wickham, the news editor at Guido Fawkes, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Merkel's refusal to negotiate residency rights until Article 50 is triggered
New figures from the women and equalities select committee reveals more than half of girls in schools and colleges have faced sexual harassment
Paul Nuttall, the new leader of UKIP, has said he wants the party to replace Labour, particularly in the north of England
Ian Dunt and our midmorning host had a dispute over the time to negotiate a deal with the EU
The new UKIP leader spoke briefly to Julia Hartley-Brewer after winning the leadership of the party
Dr. Brian Klaas, a political fellow at the London School of Economics, claimed Donald Trump's claims 'denigrate faith and democracy'
British Influence director Peter Wilding says review of Government's claims on EEA membership can only hope the UK
Matt Dickinson, the Chief Sports Writer at the Times, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after more than 20 former footballers came forward with allegations
The country Iceland are taking legal action against the supermarket Iceland over their name
John Major has claimed there is a credible case for a second referendum and Tony Blair has said he believes Brexit could be stopped
John McTernan came onto the show to discuss the former PM's return to political activity
Northumbria Police and Cheshire Police are investigating historical sex abuse allegations in football after a number of high-profile footballers revealed they were abused as youth players
Matthew Collins, the author of Hate: My Life in the British Far Right, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the man who killed Jo Cox
Thomas Mair was sentenced to life imprisonment after he was found guilty of murdering MP Jo Cox
Tomorrow is Black Friday, where shops up and down the country will be putting on sales to entice customers to buy their goods
Campaigner Peter Tatchell called it 'astonishing' that the police did not publicly appeal until four young men were dead
City AM's Kate Andrews spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after Trump's team revealed there are no plans to appoint a 'special prosecutor' to investigate Hillary Clinton
A woman who was arrested for extra-martial sex after telling police she'd been raped has had charges against her dropped, as police claim the incident was consensual
Philip Hammond announced in his autumn statement that letting agents in England will be banned from charging fees to tenants, moving the cost to landlords instead
Robert Fox, who works for the Evening Standard, revealed the main reason why the Russian president has moved missiles closer to Europe
A school has cancelled a planned talk from Breitbart's Milo Yiannopoulos over safety concerns, after speaking to the Department for Education Counter Extremism Unit
Frank Field, the MP for Birkenhead, fully backed the system which would ensure people would have to present identification to receive treatment
Donald Trump has said that Nigel Farage would make a great British Ambassador to the US, but Downing Street have said there is "no vacancy"
Letters from lawyers who resigned from the Child Sex Abuse inquiry written to the Home Affairs Select Committee are due to be published tomorrow, revealing why they left
John Peet, political editor of The Economist, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after Nicolas Sarkozy conceded defeat in the race to choose the French conservative presidential candidate
The Queen will invite Donald Trump to Windsor Castle for an official state visit to the UK next summer, according to reports
Welfare cuts will leave low income families worse off by more than £2,500 a year by 2020, according to new research published ahead of Philip Hammond's autumn statement
The first episode of The Grand Tour was released last night on Amazon Prime, and has received a brilliant reaction from the public
Lord Kerr said at a thinktank yesterday that the UK needs migrants because native Britons are 'so bloody stupid'
A 14-year-old girl who died of cancer was been cryogenically frozen after a judge ruled in her favour in a landmark case
A British woman has been arrested in Dubai and charged with extra-marital sex, after telling to police that she had been raped, according to reports
Jack Graham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after it was revealed a registry of immigrants from 'terror-prone' Muslim countries is being considered by Donald Trump
Ian Dunt spoke to talkRADIO after the Institute for Government thinktank warned that the Brexit process appears 'chaotic and dysfunctional' to outsiders
Harry Wallop had some tips for listeners looking to take advantage of the annual bargain day
The 31-year-old spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the cybercrime charges he faces in the United States
Unemployment is now at an 11-year low but 95% of new workers are foreign, according to the Office of National Statistics
NAPAC founder Peter Saunders has urged victims not to lose confidence in the inquiry into historic child sex abuse after the resignation of a high-profile lawyer
London Underground staff have voted to strike over separate disputes about safety, staffing and industrial relations. It is believed that the strikes will take place in the run-up to Christmas
A new study has claimed that children with stay at home mums develop less social and everyday skills than those whose parents go to work
The computer hacker, who has Aspergers, faces 12 counts of computer hacking with a total of 99 years in prison if found guilty in US court