Julia Hartley-Brewer

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

'Thank goodness the US presidential debate overshadowed the Labour conference', says leading journalist

'Thank God the Trump-Clinton debate overshadowed Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell'

'Thank God the Trump-Clinton debate overshadowed Corbyn and Labour'

Tom Harris believes John McDonnell wants to oust Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader, and suggested the last thing the party needs is for people to focusing on its 'slow-motion car crash'

Monday, September 26, 2016

Monday, September 26, 2016

US presidential debate: Expectations greater for Clinton than Trump, says author

US presidential debate: 'Donald Trump will beat Hillary Clinton if he can avoid saying anything outrageous'

'Trump will win presidential debate unless he says something outrageous'

Historian Bill Bernard explained why the Democratic candidate is in a strong position going into the presidential debate

Brexit: David Cameron couldn't make EU immigration demands without Theresa May's support

Brexit: David Cameron 'couldn't make EU immigration demands without Theresa May's support'

David Cameron 'couldn't make EU immigration demands without May's support'

Tim Shipman, Sunday Times Political Editor, explained the core of the allegations against the current Prime Minister

Junior Doctors Strike suspension: 'There is still the possibility of action', says GP

Junior Doctors Strike suspension: 'There is still the possibility of action', says GP

Junior Doctors Strike suspension: 'There is still the possibility of action'

Dr. Youssef El-Gingihy warned the suspension of the walkouts does not mean cancellation of the overall action

Jeremy Corbyn should have been 'prepared to sack' Sarah Champion, says Men's Aid charity

Jeremy Corbyn should have been 'prepared to sack' Sarah Champion, says Men's Aid charity

Men's Aid charity claims Sarah Champion's position is not tenable

Sarah Champion is the Shadow Minister for Preventing Abuse and Domestic Violence, yet has been embroiled in domestic violence allegations herself

Jeremy Corbyn: 'If he is right and MPs are wrong then he will win over the public', says Labour MP John Woodcock

MP who called Jeremy Corbyn a 'f**king disaster' vows to get behind him

MP who called Jeremy Corbyn a 'f**king disaster' vows to get behind him

Jeremy Corbyn has won the Labour leadership election with 61.8% of the vote, against Owen Smith, despite MPs passing a vote of no confidence earlier in the year

Friday, September 23, 2016

Friday, September 23, 2016

Brangelina: Brad Pitt is 'just another vulnerable, isolated and terrified father', says former editor of magazine Loaded

Brangelina: 'Terrified Brad Pitt facing trial by media' says men's rights campaigner

Brangelina: 'Terrified Brad Pitt facing trial by media'

Former Loaded editor Martin Daubney says Pitt will have to spend a fortune on lawyers as his divorce battle with Angelina Jolie turns nasty

Southern Rail Strikes: 'Issue of pushing a button a red herring', says Railfuture

Southern Rail strikes: 'Why is this the only railway that can't solve conductor problem?'

'Why is Southern the only railway that can't solve conductor issue?'

Industrial action is due to take place over the role of conductors on Southern Rail trains - but leading campaign group has questioned the group's stance

Labour party: 'The right thing to do is probably a split, there’s a massive gap opening up in centre ground politics', says editor of The Times' Red Box

'The right thing for Labour to do is split' if Jeremy Corbyn wins, says Times editor

'The right thing for Labour to do is split' if Corbyn wins, says Times editor

The result of the Labour leadership election will be announced tomorrow, and many expect Corbyn to win despite having little support from his MPs

British soldiers legal abuse: 'It's our fault as politicians that we haven't sorted this out', says Colonel Bob Stewart

War crimes allegations against British troops are baseless and 'nuts' says Colonel Bob Stewart

War crimes claims against British troops are 'nuts' says Colonel Bob Stewart

Two inquiries are taking place into allegations of misconduct in Iraq and Afghanistan, but Col Stewart believes the claims are vastly overblown

Syria: 'Russians are attempting an endgame', says journalist

Syria: 'Putin is going on the warpath to save his ally Assad'

Syria: 'Putin is going on the warpath to save his ally Assad'

Robert Fox, Defence Editor for The London Evening Standard, claims the Russians are attempting to save Bashar al-Assad - and we should be worried

Lord Lawson calls for Mark Carney to stand down: 'He was expected to come up with something, I wouldn't call for him to go'

Mark Carney should stay at BoE despite Brexit criticism, says leading commentator

Brexit: Leading commentator says BoE's Carney should stay despite criticism

Lord Nigel Lawson has called for Mark carney to stand down after being involved in the Brexit debate

Boris Johnson 'ambivalent' to Brexit, says journalist

Boris Johnson 'ambivalent' on Brexit, says his biographer

Boris Johnson 'ambivalent' on Brexit, says his biographer

Dave Hill explained his view on the Foreign Secretary's position after Sir Alan Duncan claimed he didn't want to leave the EU

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg donation: 'There will always be new diseases', says biologist

'Mark Zuckerberg will fail in his disease crusade - he can't beat nature'

'Zuckerberg's disease crusade will fail - there'll always be new ones to fight'

Evolutionary biologist Simon Watt explains why the Facebook founder won't achieve his aims

Syria: 'Siege warfare places civilians at the heart of the conflict', says aid worker

Aleppo aid bombing: Syria civilians 'could be trapped for years by sieges' says Red Cross

Aleppo aid bombing: Syria civilians 'could be trapped for years by sieges'

Alexander Matthew, of the Red Cross, described the devastating impact siege warfare is having in Aleppo

Mark Carney 'looks almost an idiot for what he said pre-Brexit', says leading finance research director

Mark Carney 'looks almost an idiot for his Brexit warnings', says leading finance research director

BoE Governor Carney 'made to look foolish for his Brexit warnings'

Mark Dampier, of Hargreaves Lansdown, was speaking to talkRADIO after figures showed Brexit has had little effect on the economy

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Delhi stabbing: 'Nothing unusual about this' in India, claims journalist

Delhi stabbing: Murder of woman in broad daylight is 'nothing unusual' in India, says Julie Bindel

Murder of Indian woman in busy street was 'nothing unusual', say Julie Bindel

Renown journalist and political activist Julie Bindel condemned the murder of a woman in broad daylight in Delhi

Star Trek style teleportation: 'There's just too much data to transmit in a human body', but quantum teleportation is improving, says astrophysicist

Star Trek-style teleportation 'won't work on humans' despite new breakthrough

Star Trek-style teleportation 'won't work on humans' despite new breakthrough

Physicists have been able to move information from one location to another, without physically sending anything between them

'The whole challenge against Jeremy Corbyn was misjudged from the start', says deputy editor of Politics.co.uk

Labour leadership contest: Attempt to topple Jeremy Corbyn 'was doomed to fail from the start'

Attempt to topple Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader 'was a disaster from the start'

Political editor Adam Bienkov says the challenge against Jeremy Corbyn should have been made at a later date, and his opponents 'chose a candidate very few people had heard of'

LISTEN: Lib Dem leader Tim Farron and Julia Hartley-Brewer clash over the EU

LISTEN: Lib Dem leader Tim Farron angrily rejects Julia Hartley-Brewer's claim of 'Brexit denial'

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron and Julia Hartley-Brewer clash over 'Brexit denial'

The Liberal Democrat leader also spoke about Jeremy Corbyn and his 'ineffective' party

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Armed police can 'very often it can have the wrong effect', says leading professor as patrols are planned in Kent

Armed anti-terror police could do more than good, says academic

Armed anti-terror police could do more than good, says academic

Armed police are set to start routine patrols in Kent, but one of the county's leading sociologists has said this might not be a good idea

UN Summit: 'Moderate resettlement programs are a very good idea', says migration correspondent

UN Summit: 'Moderate resettlement programs are a very good idea', says migration correspondent

Migration correspondant urges leaders to use moderate resettlement programs

The United Nations summit for refugees and migrants continues today in New York

Expert dismisses lone wolf idea in Manhattan and New Jersey bombings

Manhattan and New Jersey suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami didn't act alone, says anti-terror expert

Manhattan and New Jersey suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami 'didn't act alone'

Former counter-terror detective David Videcette explained why he thought the lone wolf theory wasn't true

Paul Gascoigne: 'We should salute ourselves' for legislating against casual racism, says presenter Bob Mills

Britain should salute itself for punishing Paul Gascoigne, says presenter Bob Mills

Paul Gascoigne's fine for racism was absolutely justified, says Bob Mills

Former England footballer Gascoigne was fined £1,000 for racially aggravated abuse, after a joke he made at his show in Wolverhampton

Monday, September 19, 2016

Monday, September 19, 2016

'The shadow cabinet should be chosen by their peer group', says former advisor to Tony Blair

Jeremy Corbyn Shadow Cabinet comments ridiculed by former advisor to Tony Blair

Jeremy Corbyn Shadow Cabinet comments ridiculed by former advisor to Tony Blair

John McTernan said Labour party members 'don't know what they're doing' and Corbyn is simply making a power grab by including them in Shadow Cabinet selection

Manhattan Bombing: "These attacks are difficult to stop but they were relatively unsuccessful', says expert

Manhattan Bombing: 'Even the dumbest terrorist wouldn't have picked that spot in Chelsea'

'These attacks are difficult to stop but they were relatively unsuccessful'

Security expert Will Geddes says bombing in Manhattan was planned very badly

Friday, September 16, 2016

Friday, September 16, 2016

Airport expansion: Boris Johnson "right for all the wrong reasons" to dismiss Heathrow

Airport expansion: Boris Johnson 'right for all the wrong reasons' to dismiss Heathrow

Boris Johnson 'right for all the wrong reasons' to dismiss Heathrow expansion

Aviation expert Julian Bray highlighted the reasons why Gatwick airport needs to be expanded

Ukip: 'There are people in that party who are in it for themselves', says Alexandra Phillips who has defected to the Conservatives

Ukip election: Defector Alex Phillips say 'you couldn't run a corner shop the way those bickering amateurs work'

Ukip defector says 'you couldn't run a corner shop the way they run that party'

Former aide to Nigel Farage has hit out at Ukip's 'self-cannibalising' members on day Diane James was elected in succession to Nigel Farage

Derek Hatton praises Liverpool City Council's support of The Sun boycott

Hillsborough: Derek Hatton praises Liverpool City Council's official Sun boycott

Derek Hatton praises Liverpool City Council's support of Sun boycott

The Sun's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster has lead to an emnity against the newspaper which has lasted decades.

Brexit: 'We're in a vicious cycle where Europeans think we're shooting ourselves in the head', says leading European journalist

Brexit, the European view: 'They think we're shooting ourselves in the head and want to punish us'

Brexit, the European view: 'They think we're shooting ourselves in the head'

Telegraph journalist Peter Foster says those in mainland Europe 'think we've failed to appreciate how marvellous the EU is'

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Expert explains how Clinton's campaign mistakes could result in Donald Trump's election

'Donald Trump is the fountain of youth which is spewing testosterone everywhere'

Donald Trump is the fountain of youth which is spewing testosterone everywhere

Commentator Charlie Wolf thinks Hillary Clinton's health scare has given her rival a major advantage

Hinkley Power Plant divides opinion

'Indefensible' or 'desperately needed'? The Hinkley debate rages on

'Indefensible' or 'desperately needed'? The Hinkley debate rages on

Julia Hartley-Brewer heard the pros and cons of a new power plant in heated exchanges this morning

Labour abuse list: 'The question is why on earth were they keeping a list in the first place', says former Labour MP

Jeremy Corbyn enemies list ridiculed as 'student politics' by former Labour MP Tom Harris

Jeremy Corbyn enemies list ridiculed as 'student politics' by former Labour MP

Harris says the list overshadowed Corbyn's success in PMQs and suggests Corbyn 'is from a tradition of left-wing politics which sees the Labour Party as an obstacle to true socialism'

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

'Priti Patel should be looking at why we said we're ending the aid relationship with India', says shadow secretary for international trade

'Priti Patel should ask why we're ending foreign aid to India', says her Labour counterpart

'Priti Patel should be looking at why we're ending aid relationship with India'

Shadow International Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner criticises Patel's plans for foreign aid shake-up

Former Metropolitan Police Detective reveals history of racism in the service

Bullying, false evidence, wrongful imprisonment: Former detective lifts lid on 'compulsory' 1980s police racism

Former detective speaks out about 'compulsory' 1980s police racism

Peter Bleksley also said he was 'disheartened' at news the Metropolitan Police continues to 'routinely discriminate' against black people in stop-and-search operations

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

'There are no guarantees' presenters and judges will stay with the Great British Bake Off

Bake Off Presenters Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc leave, future of other stars 'not guaranteed'

Future of Bake Off stars 'not guaranteed' when show leaves BBC

TV critic Mike Ward also says people are outraged by the move as 'it seems such a BBC-type of show'

Monday, September 12, 2016

Monday, September 12, 2016

'People won't learn the correct techniques', says former England prop Jeff Probyn on banning rugby tackles at school

Banning rugby tackling in school would make things worse, says former England star Jeff Probyn

Banning rugby tackling in school would make things worse, says ex-England star

Researchers from the Sport Collision Injury Collective have called to ban rugby tackling in schools, over fears that they are at risk of serious injury

'There is this culture of non-accountability', as ministers discuss cracking down on white collar crime

New plans to tackle white-collar crime 'are a good first step'

New plans to tackle white-collar crime 'are a good first step'

Investment manager Ben Kumar laments 'culture of non-accountability' in interview with talkRADIO

'Everything Theresa May has done so far as a Prime Minister has been right', says MP Jacob Rees-Mogg

It's better to have a Remainer negotiating Brexit, says MP Jacob Rees-Mogg

It's better to have a Remainer negotiating Brexit, says MP Jacob Rees-Mogg

Politician and Leave campaigner Jacob Rees-Mogg says he was wrong about Theresa May and that he'd vote for Donald Trump if he were American

Hillary Clinton pneumonia: Doctor explains impact of candidate's disease on election

Hillary Clinton pneumonia 'certainly cause for concern' says doctor

Hillary Clinton pneumonia 'certainly cause for concern' says doctor

Dr. Laurence Gerlis explained how the Democratic Party candidate's diagnosis is 'highly significant'

David Miliband warns Syrian president Bashar Assad is key to ceasefire plans

David Miliband says Syrian president Bashar Assad is key to ceasefire plans

David Miliband warns Syrian president Bashar Assad is key to ceasefire plans

The former Foreign Secretary has expressed cautious optimism about the ceasefire

Friday, September 9, 2016

Friday, September 9, 2016

'Donald Trump likes this idea of complete control, power and being a dictator', says Republicans Overseas UK

'Donald Trump likes being a dictator, that's why he respects Vladimir Putin' says UK Republican

'Trump likes being a dictator, that's why he respects Putin' says UK Republican

Kate Andrews, of Republicans Overseas UK, made the comments after Trump claimed Vladamir Putin is a better leader than Barack Obama

North Korea nuclear tests: 'There's always the risk that conflict might break out by accident', says Chatham House

North Korea nuclear tests: 'There's always the risk conflict might break out by accident', says Chatham House

'Accidental conflict could break out after nuclear tests by North Korea'

The rogue state has conducted its fifth nuclear test, which South Korea believes to be the biggest they have ever carried out

Statins: 'We have an epidemic of misinformed doctors and misinformed patients' says leading cardiologist

Statins: 'We have an epidemic of misinformed doctors and patients' says leading cardiologist

Leading cardiologist claims patients and doctors are misinformed on Statins

A new report claims benefits of statins are underestimated and harmful side effects exaggerated, but not all doctors agree

'Theresa May is now dithering on Brexit for her own political reasons', says The New European

Theresa May is playing party politics with Brexit, says Pro-EU British newspaper

Theresa May is 'playing party politics with Brexit'

New European editor Matthew Kelly says Theresa May is 'dithering to unify the Tory party'

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Thursday, September 8, 2016

The London Mayor 'should pick up the baton and run with it and talk to the Chinese people', says former advisor after Air China magazine row

Former Boris Johnson advisor wades into Air China racism row

Former Boris Johnson advisor wades into Air China racism row

In-flight magazine caused outrage by suggesting passengers should take precautions in areas of London with high populations of 'Indians, Pakistanis and black people'

Controversy around Sports Direct is having 'a damaging affect on British business right across the board', says Institute of Directors

Sports Direct controversy is hurting UK Plc, says Institute of Directors

Sports Direct controversy is hurting UK Plc, says Institute of Directors

Shareholders have been angered over the controversy on how Sports Direct is run, and are opposed to reelecting the company chairman

Family of 10 who turned down a five bedroom council house are 'outrageous', says property expert

French family who turned down five-bed council house branded 'outrageous' by TV property expert Luke Doonan

French family branded 'outrageous' for turning down five-bed council house

The family of 10 people are asking for at least six double bedrooms and say their current three-bed house is terrible

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

'We'll never get to a place where we have a rational debate about body image', says journalist

Models BMI minimum: 'We'll never get to a place where we have a rational debate about body image', says journalist

Rational body image debate is impossible, says journalist

The Women's Equality Party want all models to have a minimum BMI and will make an official call during London Fashion Week on the matter

Paralympics: 'It will be harder for disabled people to get into sport in the future', says Disability Rights UK

Paralympics: 'It will be harder for disabled people to get into sport in the future', says Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK warns it's becoming harder for disabled people in sport

The Paralympics begins tonight with the opening ceremony, but Disability Rights UK has concerns over cuts

Anjem Choudary: 'This offence shows there is a limit to the freedom on speech', says barrister

Anjem Choudary will face further punishment after jail sentence ends, says barrister

Anjem Choudary will face further restrictions after jail term ends - barrister

Anjem Choudary was sentenced to five and a half years in prison for pledging his allegiance to Isis

Anjem Choudary: 'The most important thing is he's not in the media', says the Muslim Association of Britain

Anjem Choudary: 'The media gave him oxygen', says Muslim Association of Britain

The media gave Anjem Choudary oxygen, says Muslim Association of Britain

Choudary has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison after pleding allegiance to Isis online

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Chocolate tasting is 'a valuable asset, it takes a long time to learn', says chocolatier

Chocolate tester Hayleigh Curtis 'was right to insure her taste buds for £1 million'

Chocolate tester Hayleigh Curtis 'was right to insure taste buds for £1 million'

After Cadbury's chocolate taster got her taste buds covered for a seven-figure sum, talkRADIO hears just how valuable those tongue receptors are

Philae lander found 'lying on its back with two of its legs stuck in the air so they can't communicate with it', says science journalist

Philae lander found 'lying on its back with its legs in the air', says science journalist

Science journalist Sarah Cruddas explains how the Philae lander got lost

The Philae lander has been found by the Rosetta probe, two years after going missing

Junior Doctors strikes: 'This is all about Jeremy Hunt being able to say people should vote Conservative', says junior doctor

Junior Doctors strikes: 'Jeremy Hunt is only interested in Conservative votes', says junior doctor

Junior doctors happy that next weeks strikes have been called off

Next weeks junior doctor strikes have now been called off over fears for patient safety, as NHS England said there was not enough notice

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