Politicians appearing on a Kremlin-backed broadcaster risk being used as “propaganda tools”, the Prime Minister has told the House of Commons.
Chair of Parliament's foreign affairs select committee says Putin is sending a message with Sergei Skripal poisoning
Annie Machon says recent events have made her fearful for her own safety
Security expert Margaret Gilmore says Theresa May could retaliate by punishing 'Putin's friends'
Galloway believes Vladimir Putin didn't order hit on former Russian spy
Pauline Neville-Jones says other countries will join Britain in issuing a response to Russia
Roy Ramm says it's possible that Skripal wasn't the primary target
Annie Machon says 'there are too many known unknowns' and 'perhaps the finger of blame is being made to point at Putin'
Politics expert Anthony Glees says we must be careful about blaming Russia - but, if their involvement is proven, we must come down hard
Julia says the poisoning of double agent Sergei Skripal is only to be expected
A senior UK officer has said having British troops in Estonia shows Nato is a 'very capable force'
The social media giant is asking the Government to provide any information it might have
US media is reporting Paul Manafort turned himself into the FBI on Monday
The New York Times is reporting the head of the Russia probe is requesting records of the US President's behaviour
A Twitter account which claims is owner is a Ukip supporter based in Southampton and the Isle of Wight has raised suspicions
Alexander Nekrassov had been on with our host to speak about Operation Zapad, but the conversation devolved into an argument
Author Victoria Schwab says 'it would have been better not to have published the article at all'
Reuters reports intelligence officials created roughly 24 fake profiles to spy on associates of the French President during his campaign
MSN is claiming a friend of Donald Trump's eldest son is unhappy he can't conduct business deals in private
Dr Ted Malloch spoke to our host about the meeting Donald Trump's eldest son conducted with a lawyer believed to be associated with the Kremlin
Embattled US President comes out swinging
Former Bureau chief testifying as part of Congressional inquiry into Trump's links with Russia
Five Gulf countries have severed all diplomatic ties with Qatar in an escalating dispute
Footage provided to Bloomberg is reported to show the Russian President making the comments in an interview with filmmaker Oliver Stone
Texas lawmaker Al Green reveals string of 'n****r' hate messages
US President hits back after reports of Russia ties
Court uphelds earlier guilty verdict against Navalny for imprisonment
Reuters claims thinktank led by the Russian President mapped out a detailed propaganda campaign to swing US election
Richard Dearlove says Mr Trump needed the money to prop up his property empire
Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Ayman Soussan was invited to a meeting to discuss the conflict at the Russian cultural centre in a move which angered French ministers
France and the UK have supported the airstrike on the base from which the chemical attacks on Khan Sheikhun were launched
Alexei Navalny was arrested again this week for taking part in a demonstration, but this is nothing new to the Russian opposition leader
Russian media is reporting the Russian government reserves the right to meet with any politician
Leaked documents claimed Paul Manafort was working to benefit Vladimir Putin, suggesting a strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition
The spokesman for the Russian government, Dmitry Peskov, released a statement on the first public hearing investigating alleged interference in the American presidential election
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, the deputy supreme allied commander, warned Russia might use the tactics to destabilise NATO
talkRADIO spoke to RT's communications director Anna Belkina, and invited her to respond to the allegations levelled at RT over recent months.
Local news are reporting three former employees of the domestic security agency and one cybersecurity expert have been charged for currently unknown reasons
George Galloway discussed the imminent presidency of Donald Trump and the dossier about the President-elect which came out last week
Extract from dossier claims Russia's FSB security service has rendered encrypted message service unsafe to use
McAfee said the incoming US President is an idiot if he doesn't deny Russia's involvement
McAfee tells talkRADIO the hack was far too unsophisticated to have been organised by the Russian Government.
Trump said the claims are nothing more than fake news while Putin says allegations are aimed at damaging US-Russian relations
Galloway was moved to defend himself after Mark, from Battersea, sent him a rather provocative message
Sir Tim Barrow named as Rogers' successor after he stepped down yesterday
Vladimir Putin has been forced to send a special plane to collect the diplomats, who have been given 72 hours to leave the country
Earlier reports suggested that Putin was being urged to expel US diplomats
NBC news has published a report claiming the Russian President systematically ordered the hacking as part of a vendetta against Hillary Clinton
The anti-corruption blogger and political activist announced his bid for the presidency yesterday
Galloway said 'a mighty military superpower is being steadily confronted'