Julia Hartley-Brewer

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Mosul offensive: Colonel Bob Stewart calls on ground forces to protect civilians as battle continues

Mosul offensive: Coalition troops must protect civilians because Isis won't, says former UN commander

Coalition troops must protect Mosul civilians, says former UN commander

The battle to retake Mosul from the clutches of Islamic State began in earnest yesterday

'Hillary Clinton's email scandal is worse than anything Trump has done', says political commentator Charlie Wolf

Donald Trump sexism claims are nothing compared to what Hillary Clinton has done, says political commentator Charlie Wolf

'Hillary Clinton's email scandal is worse than anything Trump has done'

Charlie Wolf also claimed the media should be 'ashamed' of themselves for the way the Presidential election has been covered

UKIP - "We're not in crisis, we're huge in Hartlepool', says Elizabeth Jones

UKIP: 'We're not in a death spiral, we're huge in Hartlepool' says Elizabeth Jones

UKIP - "We're not in crisis, we're huge in Hartlepool', says Elizabeth Jones

The national executive member and former leadership candidate also slammed Steven Woolfe for 'betraying grassroot members'

Monday, October 17, 2016

Monday, October 17, 2016

Ched Evans: Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with feminst Charlotte Proudman over slut-shaming

Ched Evans: Julia Hartley-Brewer in stormy slut-shaming clash with feminist Charlotte Proudman

Julia Hartley-Brewer in slut-shaming clash with feminist lawyer over Ched Evans

Our mid-morning presenter spoke to the barrister about the acquittal of Ched Evans

'Ched Evans would be an interesting advocate for footballer's unique position', says leading journalist

Ched Evans could use his ordeal to help other footballers, says journalist David Walsh

Ched Evans could use his ordeal to help other footballers, says journalist

Ched Evans has been found not guilty of rape, after already serving two and a half years in prison for the alleged crime

Pollster Sir Robert Worcester dismisses Donald Trump's rigged election claims

Donald Trump rigging claims are the rantings of a beaten man, says MORI poll founder

Donald Trump rigging claims are the rantings of a beaten man, says MORI founder

Sir Robert Worcester said the polls are definitely not rigged in the US Presidential election

'You'd have to be living on planet zog not to think Boris thought about what was best for him', says political editor of The Sunday Times

Boris Johnson's campaign tsar told him not to back Brexit, says author Tim Shipman

Boris Johnson's campaign tsar told him not to back Brexit, says author

Tim Shipman claims Ben Wallace told Johnson he should vote Remain so as not to align himself with the 'clowns' supporting Brexit.

Andrew Mitchell blasts Russia for breaches of humanitarian law in new interview

LISTEN Andrew Mitchell blasts Russia for 'acting with impunity' in Aleppo

Andrew Mitchell blasts Russia for 'acting with impunity' in Aleppo

The MP for Sutton Coldfield was speaking to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the situation in Syria

Friday, October 14, 2016

Friday, October 14, 2016

Child abuse inquiry 'needs to sort its issues out quickly', says NAPAC's Gabrielle Shaw

Child abuse inquiry needs to sort its issues out quickly, says NAPAC's Gabrielle Shaw

Child abuse inquiry needs to sort its issues out quickly, says NAPAC CEO

Gabrielle Shaw spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer in the wake of allegations Dame Lowell Goddard, the former chair of the inquiry, made racist remarks

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Islam's non-believers - 'The narrative villifies apostates', reveals human rights activist

LISTEN An ex-Muslim reveals the brutal reality of life as an 'apostate'

LISTEN An ex-Muslim reveals the brutal reality of life as an 'apostate'

Maryam Namazie told Julia Hartley-Brewer how non-believers can be treated, even in places like Britain which don't have apostate laws.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Lauren Child MBE on Charlie and Lola and upcoming final Ruby Redfort book

Lauren Child MBE on Charlie and Lola, Clarice Bean and the final Ruby Redfort book

Lauren Child MBE on Charlie and Lola and the final Ruby Redfort book

The multi award-winning author popped by the studio to chat with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Labour's 170 questions gives impression the party is 'trying to put a break on Brexit', says political commentator

Labour's 170 questions suggest party is trying to derail Brexit, says Dan Hodges

Labour's 170 questions suggest party is trying to derail Brexit, says Dan Hodges

Dan Hodges, a political commentator for The Mail on Sunday, explained how the opposition could be misinterpreted as an attempt to delay government ministers

HS2: 'Our transport system is a mess but needs sensible planning', says Natalie Bennett

We need better alternatives to HS2, says Natalie Bennett

We need better alternatives to HS2, says Natalie Bennett

Former Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett insisted the money could be spent in other areas.

Baby Loss Awareness Week: Sports Minister Tracey Crouch reveals full extent of her miscarriage

Baby Loss Awareness Week: Sports Minister Tracey Crouch reveals despair of her miscarriage

Baby Loss Awareness Week: Tracey Crouch MP shares her miscarriage story

The Sports Minister spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the devastating miscarriage she suffered during last year's general election

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Baby loss awareness week: 'It's surprising how many people will say it happened to me too', says Miscarriage Association

Baby loss awareness week: 'It's surprising how many people will say 'it happened to me too'', says Miscarriage Association

Baby loss awareness week: Miscarriage Association says help is out there

The association's national director talked to patron and supporter Julia Hartley-Brewer about the aims of this week's initiative

Clownpocalypse: 'Media coverage has almost sparked the trend', says psychology professor

Killer clown attacks: Leading professor says sensationalist media has fuelled 'Clownpocalypse'

Killer clown attacks: Leading professor says media has fuelled 'Clownpocalypse'

Professor Mark Griffiths says people have been sparked into action by

'If Charles Horton made a deal across the table, there would be no Southern Rail dispute', says RMT Union

Southern Rail strikes: RMT boss Mick Cash disputes 'conductor guarantee' claim

Southern Rail strikes: RMT boss Mick Cash disputes 'conductor guarantee' claim

The RMT union are beginning industrial action today, in a continuing dispute over the role of conductors on the rail service

Article 50: 'Government should be held to account over EU deal', insists Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron

Brexit: Tim Farron says Britain can't afford to 'jump out of a plane without parachute'

Tim Farron and Julia Hartley-Brewer clash again over Brexit

The Liberal Democrat leader had a fiery clash with Julia Hartley-Brewer

'The threat of eviction is increasing desperation in the Calais Jungle', says charity CalAid

Calais Jungle is now a lethal free-for-all, says charity CalAid after Eritrean death

Calais Jungle is now a deadly free-for-all, says charity CalAid

Charity claims migrants are being pushed to new peaks of desperation by looming threat of eviction

Monday, October 10, 2016

Monday, October 10, 2016

Arron Banks plays down UKIP Strasbourg brawl: 'Steven Woolfe is from Moss Side, isn't he?'

Arron Banks plays down UKIP brawl: 'Steven Woolfe is from Moss Side, isn't he?'

UKIP donor discusses brawl which left Woolfe in hospital and spoke about his hopes for the party's leadership contest

Isis: militant group is 'clearly deteriorating', claims Chatham House spokesman

Isis: militant group is 'clearly deteriorating', claims Chatham House spokesman

Isis: militant group is 'clearly deteriorating', claims Chatham House spokesman

Isis have been forced back towards the city of Mosul

Amber Rudd's foreign worker plans were 'about discrediting Brexit', says leading economist

Amber Rudd's foreign worker plans were 'about discrediting Brexit', says leading economist

Amber Rudd's foreign worker plans were 'about discrediting Brexit'

Amber Rudd's plans to force firms to reveal data about their foreign employees have been scrapped, but leading economist Jonathan Davis believes there was always an ulterior motive.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Friday, October 7, 2016

Southern Rail strikes to go ahead after crisis talks collapse

Southern Rail strikers have been 'demonised, bullied and harassed' says Mick Cash

Southern Rail strikers have been 'demonised and bullied' says Mick Cash

Cash claims Southern's stubbornness has caused present impasse - but rail network claims union is to blame

Commander Chris Hadfield talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his time in space and new book

Astronaut Chris Hadfield talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his time in space and new book

Astronaut Chris Hadfield on his time in space and his new book

The astronaut told Julia Hartley-Brewer about his experiences

Jeremy Corbyn is trying to say 'it's all lovely and diverse' with the appointment of Dawn Butler, says Telegraph editor

'Jeremy Corbyn and his faction wouldn't let Tony Blair anywhere near Labour - they view him as Satan'

'Corbyn's faction wouldn't allow Blair to come back - they view him as Satan'

The Telegraph's assistant comment editor Asa Bennett said Corbyn has turned Labour into a joke but Blair's only chance of a comeback is through a breakaway party.

Ukip crisis: 'These people have lost the thing that binds them together', says former head of media

Ukip Steven Woolfe brawl shows Brexit has torn the party apart, says former Nigel Farage aide

Steven Woolfe brawl shows Brexit has torn Ukip apart, says former Farage aide

Ukip's former head of Media Alex Phillips spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer in the wake of the events in Strasbourg which have rocked the party

'I think Jeremy Corbyn is reaching out to members from all sides', in his front bench reshuffle, says MP Dawn Butler

LISTEN Jeremy Corbyn's new shadow BME minister Dawn Butler suffers car-crash interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Jeremy Corbyn's new shadow minister Dawn Butler has car-crash interview

Jeremy Corbyn has reshuffled his front bench, appointing Dawn Butler as the new shadow minister for diverse communities

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Thursday, October 6, 2016

'Wolf whistling is not intended as a compliment, but to show off to others', says journalist

Joanna Lumley completely wrong to condone wolf-whistling, says feminist writer Abi Wilkinson

Joanna Lumley is completely wrong on wolf-whistling, says feminist writer

Wilkinson said the former Avengers star was wrong and suggested wolf-whistling should be 'socially unacceptable'

'Education must deter young people' from knife crime, says campaigner Theresa Cave

Knife crime epidemic must be tackled with education, says campaigner Theresa Cave

Knife crime epidemic must be tackled with education, says campaigner

Cave has campaigned tirelessly against knife crime since her own teenage son was murdered in 2003

'Fake Sheikh': 'There’s now a platform for others to come forward and say the same thing happened to us', says leading barrister

Tulisa's barrister says Fake Sheikh conviction will allow Sven Goran Eriksson and others to come forward

Tulisa's barrister says Fake Sheikh conviction may allow others to come forward

Jeremy Dein was speaking after 'Fake Sheikh' Mazher Mahmood was found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Amber Rudd: Migrant spokesman expresses concerns over foreign workers plans

Amber Rudd foreign worker plans 'worrying', says migrant spokesman

Migrant spokesman 'worried' by Amber Rudd foreign worker plans

The Home Secretary has announced proposals where employers need to say how much of their workforce is not British

'Showing that Donald Trump is grounded by people like Mike Pence will reassure voters', says Republicans Overseas

'Fears about Donald Trump will be calmed by Mike Pence': Republicans Overseas react to vice-presidential debate

'Mike Pence will reassure voters on Trump', says Republicans Overseas

Many claimed that Republican Pence won the vice-presidential debate, but supporters of the two sides are divided

Diane James resignation: 'The chances of Nigel Farage coming back are nil', says Ukip's Peter Whittle

Diane James quits as Ukip leader: 'Chances of Nigel Farage coming back are nil', says party colleague Peter Whittle

Chances of Farage returning on permanent basis 'are nil'

Party colleague Peter Whittle says Farage has no desire to return to the role on a full-time basis

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Hurricane Matthew: Weatherman Bill Giles explains latest deadly Atlantic storm

Hurricane Matthew: Weatherman Bill Giles explains latest deadly Atlantic storm

Hurricane Matthew: Weatherman Bill Giles explains latest deadly Atlantic storm

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti today

'Isis ideology and propaganda still getting through', says Quilliam Foundation manager after London couple admit funding terrorism

Streatham terror funding case shows 'Isis ideology still getting through'

Streatham terror funding case shows 'Isis ideology still getting through'

Quilliam boss Adam Deen spoke to talkRADIO after Streatham couple Mohammed and Nazimabee Golamaully admitted sending money to nephew in Syria

Anti-Semitism: 'Jackie Walker went to the training event basically looking for a fight', says Novara Media

Sacked Momentum vice-chair Jackie Walker 'wanted a fight' at anti-semitism event, says top Corbynista

Momentum anti-semitism row: Jackie Walker was 'spoiling for a fight'

Aaron Bastani suggests his fellow activist's comments about anti-semitism and the Holocaust were 'ill-judged'

'Southern Rail are oblivious to what passengers think' after 'Let's strike back tweet', says leading travel journalist

Southern Rail's Let's Strike Back tweet 'shows they're oblivious to their passengers'

Southern Rail's Let's Strike Back tweet 'shows they're oblivious to passengers'

Rail industry journalist Christian Wolmar slams Southern Rail for tweeting a call to action to customers after spate of problems

Kim Kardashian: 'There was probably inside intelligence that this was an easy target with no security', says close protection expert

Kim Kardashian robbers probably had inside intel, says SAS reservist

Kim Kardashian robbers probably had inside intel, says SAS reservist

Reports have claimed Kim Kardashian was without security when she was robbed, and that her bodyguard was in a nightclub with two of her sisters working

Monday, October 3, 2016

Monday, October 3, 2016

HIV Cure: 'We hope results will help future studies on the way to finding a cure, says the Terrence Higgins Trust

HIV cure still some way off despite London breakthrough, says charity

HIV cure still some way off despite London breakthrough, says charity

But Ian Green, of the Terrence Higgins Trust, says reports that a London man may have been cured of the disease are hugely promising

Kim Kardashian: Paris Fashion Week a 'combustible combination' for celebrities, says editor

Kim Kardashian robbery: Paris Fashion Week 'is a combustible combination for celebrities'

Paris Fashion Week a 'combustible combination for celebs like Kim Kardashian'

Kim Kardashian was robbed early this morning in an ordeal which saw her held at gunpoint, tied up, and locked in a bathroom

Brexit: 'The courts do not have any right to tell Parliament how it runs it's affairs', says MP Iain Duncan Smith

Don't try and hold up Brexit, Duncan Smith warns courts and peers

Don't try and hold up Brexit, Duncan Smith warns courts and peers

After Theresa May's speech at the Conservative Party Conference, MP Iain Duncan Smith says the process is going ahead whether people like it or not

Jon Holmes: campaigner blasts BBC diversity policy over sacking

Jon Holmes: campaigner blasts BBC diversity policy over talkRADIO star's sacking

Jon Holmes: campaigner blasts BBC diversity policy over sacking

Our afternoon presenter was sacked from The Now Show on BBC Radio 4 because they allegedly want to recast it with 'more women and diversity'

Friday, September 30, 2016

Friday, September 30, 2016

'The culture of perfection that we've placed on women' has caused young women to be the highest risk group for mental health problems

'Culture of perfection' blamed for huge spike in mental health problems among young women

'Cultural of perfection' blamed for huge spike in female mental health problems

The Telegraph women's editor Claire Cohen claims the culture of perfection that we've placed on women has caused young women to be the highest risk group for mental health problems

Child abuse inquiry 'in a state of total pandemonium' after Ben Emmerson departure

Child abuse inquiry 'in state of total pandemonium' after Ben Emmerson departure

Jeremy Dein explained why his fellow QC's resignation dealt a major blow to the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse in England and Wales

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Thursday, September 29, 2016

NUS Anti-Semitism: 'If it was with another group in the student union I reckon it would be quite different', says Union of Jewish Students

NUS anti-semitism row: Malia Bouattia 'would face greater criticism if she attacked other ethnic groups'

Malia Bouattia 'would face greater criticism if she attacked non-Jewish groups'

Jewish student body says Jews are being 'pushed out' of National Union of Students

Jeremy Corbyn re-election: John Mann reserving judgement

Jeremy Corbyn vow to win election 'encouraging' says critic John Mann

Jeremy Corbyn vow to win election'encouraging' says critic John Mann

But Bassetlaw MP suggests he´ll reserve judgement on Corbyn following his leadership victory over Owen Smith

Junior doctors: 'From a point of view of where junior doctors stand it's certainly a victory', says co-founder of Justice for Health

Junior doctor contract ruling 'was a victory for the medics, not Jeremy Hunt'

Junior doctor contract ruling 'was a victory for the medics, not Jeremy Hunt'

Co-founder of campaign group Justice for Health says real winners of high court case were the doctors

'We've taken Air BnB to the next level', says property developer

'Air BnB is making London rental market even tougher' says property developer

'Air BnB is making London rental market even tougher' says property developer

Luke Doonan explained how the online service which allows for short-term lets is driving up rent competition in London

Article 50: 'The only process other than Parliamentary process is to go to the Sovereign', says leading solicitor

Government 'worried they might lose Brexit vote', says leading solicitor

Government 'worried they might lose Brexit vote', says leading solicitor

Mark Stephens says the Queen could be called in to break the deadlock if MPs vote against triggering Article 50

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Abrahim Hassan: 'When people understand the facts they will be more relaxed and reassured', says Muscular Dystrophy UK

Three-parent baby Abrahim Hassan: ''Designer baby' criticism will stop when people know facts'

'Criticism of three-parent baby Abrahim Hassan will stop when people know facts'

Scientists used the DNA of three parents to give Abrahim's mother the chance of a healthy child

Merlin Entertainments fine: 'Human error can never be fully trusted', claims editor

Alton Towers Smiler fine: 'Humans can never be fully trusted', claims coaster journalist

Smiler fine shows 'humans can never be fully trusted', says rollercoaster writer

Justin Garvanovic, editor of First Drop Magazine, explained the risks of rollercoasters in the wake of the ruling on The Smiler crash

'The Labour conference isn't as bad as I thought it was going to be', says MP Stephen Pound

Labour conference 'isn't as bad as I thought it would be', says Corbyn critic Stephen Pound

Labour conference 'isn't as bad as I thought it would be', says Corbyn critic

As the Labour conference draws to a close, Pound lifts the lid on what has been going on

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

'Within the next 50 years we will prove or disprove whether there is life out there within the universe', says space journalist

'Within the next 50 years we will get the truth on alien life', says space journalist

'Within 50 years we will have the truth on alien life', says space journalist

Jupiter's moon Europa has large plumes of water being thrown into space, which could be studied to see whether there is life below its surface

Sam Allardyce allegations: 'He will be at the very least hauled over the coals for this', says talkSPORT England correspondent

Sam Allardyce Telegraph sting: 'The FA will haul him over the coals at the very least,' says talkSPORT correspondent

'Sam Allardyce will be at the very least hauled over the coals' by FA

The England football manager is being investigated by the Football Association over allegations that he gave advice on avoiding third-party ownership rules

US Presidential debate: Democrats and Republicans divided over Donald Trump performance

US Presidential debate: Democrats and Republicans unite in attacking Donald Trump

Democrats and Republicans agreed over Donald Trump debate performance

The Republican candidate was heavily criticised for his performance while Hillary Clinton was deemed to have won the clash

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