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Sir William Cash has said that the British people are “fed up” with “Remoaners threatening to try and unwind this deal”, after MPs have been urged to vote down an deal on the EU and call for another Brexit referendum.
Headteacher Chris Dunne has said more money is being spent on poorer students, "simply because they are staying involved" in education.
Criminal Barrister Osman Osman has said that if it is found that Arron Banks has done “nothing wrong” then it raises questions as to why the case has been referred to the National Crime Agency.
Carolyn Harris, the chair of the fixed odds betting terminals all party parliamentary group has said that Tracey Crouch was a “principled woman” and a “huge loss” to the Government.
Downing Street and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier have rejected reports that a tentative deal has been reached on services and the exchange of data
Crispin Blunt tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the UK could look to follow in Canada's footsteps and fully legalise cannabis, as the product is made legal for medical purposes
Lord Jeffrey Archer tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he thinks the Conservatives could lose the next election
Dominic Raab suggested a deal could be finalised within three weeks, and reports suggest it would allow access to EU markets for UK service providers
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said violence against NHS staff is “shocking” but body cameras and higher penalties are being brought in to dissuade people from being violent.
Trevor Phillips said there had been a change in perception of what a hate crime is, and urged against blaming Brexit for an increase in prejudice
A new report from the Henry Jackson Society found that there had been a fourfold increase in far right attacks across the world, but the author said the biggest threat still came from Islamists
Criminology professor Roger Graef has said he has “minimal confidence” grooming gang cases will be adequately addressed unless the police starts taking girls seriously.
Following the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, Stephen Silverman from the Campaign Against Antisemitism said he was aware of UK citizens using the social network Gab to post antisemitic material
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has said he knows “people have made sacrifices” for the economy, but its strong growth means the hardship “is all starting to bear fruit”.
Conservative deputy chairman James Cleverly says the Labour party's financial plans are 'pie-in-the-sky' ahead of the Autumn Budget 2018
Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was killed in a helicopter crash on Saturday night
Our Future, Our Choice spokesman Femi Oluwole clashed with Julia Hartley-Brewer as the organisation released a report claiming a no deal Brexit would cost young people thousands
Vice Chair Maurice McLeod has said that he did not think Astrophysics student Emily Dawes was “stupid” after the Student Union President calls for a WWI mural to be removed because it only featured "white men".
The US bomb scare continues with suspicious devices sent to actor Robert De Niro and former vice-president Joe Biden
A researcher at the Institute of Public Policy Research tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the NHS must increase its spending on mental health to achieve parity of esteem with physical illnesses
Former police officer Chris Hobbs tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that 'chaos' at Britain's borders and a potential loss of access to a crime database could mean criminals slip into the country
Dr Nicola Williams of Fair Play for Women says prison policy on transgender prisoners will allow dangerous offenders access to women
Community leader Ishmael Lee South has said that Muslims protesting the sale of the hijab are moderates who “are becoming irrelevant”.
Businesses could be forced to reveal their ethnicity pay gap under plans unveiled by the Prime Minister to help ethnic minority employees at work.
Liberal Democrat spokesman for international affairs Tom Brake says the prospect of a no deal Brexit could unite Remainers across all parties
A former Army officer tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Isis suspects should not be tried in the UK because of the risk they could radicalise other inmates in jail
Conservative MP Grant Shapps has said that it was “smart politics” for Prime Minister Theresa May to bid for Labour voters.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer asked SNP MP Angus MacNeil why the SNP were happy to hand over powers to the EU but not be “ruled” by Westminster.
Labour Leave’s Brendan Chilton has said that Brexit is not a party issue and Labour and the Conservatives need to “work together” so that the UK can go on to “prosper”.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the Labour Party's ban of Julia Hartley-Brewer from their next conference was because she didn't 'behave acceptably'
Julia Hartley-Brewer has been banned from next year's Labour party conference for making a joke online about safe spaces
The editor of Spiked Online has claimed that safe spaces are "Kindergartens for grown-ups" in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis said Boris Johnson got 'too personal' with his opposition to Chequers
Headteacher Geoff Barton has said that headteachers are protesting in Parliament Square on Friday because “children ought to have the funding that the last generation had eight years go”.
Conservative MP Bob Blackman has said that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn meeting EU Chief negotiator Michel Barnier does not help Britain “one iota”.
Conservative MP Robert Halfon has said that he is “worried” about the Labour Party and the threat they pose to his party, adding that Labour had “identified real anguish” in the British public.
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has said that her dream ticket for the party leadership would be Boris Johnson as leader and Sajid Javid as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Wes Streeting MP tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he backs a referendum on the final Brexit deal
Justin James has said that relationships like the one in the BBC’s Bodyguard do happen but added that “it is not a good thing”.
Alexander Armstrong has said that when his friend Charlie Waller took his life aged 28 “it came like a bolt out of the blue” and that they had “missed some key signs” of depression.
As Donald Tusk says Chequers 'will not work', MPs on both sides of the Brexit divide urge Theresa May to come up with another solution
The news that BMW will temporarily close its Mini plant near Oxford has been 'manipulated', says Leave Means Leave co-chairman
Professor Patrick Minford, one of the authors of a report endorsed by Jacob Rees-Mogg AND Boris Johnson, says a no-deal Brexit could lead to economic growth
Julia Hartley-Brewer wrote off South Yorkshire Police's campaign to get people to report 'non-crime' hate incidents as the 'hurty feeling helpline'
The Archbishop of Canterbury called for fundamental changes to the economy saying that the “economy is not just for everyone”.
Laura Perrins has said that the call for MPs to vote to make misogyny a hate crime would “inevitably have to be extended to misandry” because the system cannot only consider “hate against women an aggravating factor”.
The Greater Manchester Mayor believes that the Article 50 negotiation period should be extended beyond March 2019
Sajid Javid is expected to announce greater stop and search powers for police to prevent crimes like acid attacks.
Alan Sugar has said that “it was a bad deal” for the British public to vote to leave the EU and that no matter what the Prime Minister delivers, the public will not be happy.
Wes Streeting MP has said that the antisemitism had done “enormous damage” to Labour’s reputation but that the Conservatives “have their own problems with racism”.
Nigel Lawson has said that Boris Johnson is not “rare” in politics to be ambitious and that Theresa May has been the most “consumed by political ambition” amid claims Brexiteers are seeking to remove the Prime Minister over her Chequers plan.
At least 80,000 people in the UK pose a sexual threat to children online, the Home Secretary is set to reveal.
Stuart Napper caused controversy on Twitter after putting out a job request for a “young lad” for a roofing job, but he says he was “just trying to find a young lad to give him a decent start” and would “absolutely” take a young woman if she applied for the job.
The private company Capita, which handled the Windrush cases, had a Home Office contract that paid extra money if more people were removed from Britain, according to newly released documents.