David Davies, the Conservative MP for Monmouth has said that the ‘bleeding-heart liberal brigade’ is encouraging migrants to “risk their lives” cross the English Channel, after the Home Secretary said he was considering using a Border Force ship to rescue them.
George Barda, the spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion, the group responsible for causing disruption to London traffic this week, has said that “unless you are Donald Trump” there is no doubt climate change is caused by carbon emissions “pumped out” by humans.
Toni Shephard, the Executive Director of Animal Equality UK has said that foie gras “is one of the cruellest food items” people can eat and that it is “hypocritical” the UK continues to import it, whilst its production is banned.
The Brexiteer MP Andrew Bridgen has said that the Prime Minister is clinging to her deal “like a political lifebelt” but that it will “drag her down”.
The talkRADIO host calls Theresa May's deal "the worst divorce deal in history."
After Andy Burnham called the scheme that distributes asylum seekers awaiting a decision on their application a 'failure', a migration specialist said letting them work would ease the burden on the government
A retail expert has said that Iceland's Christmas advert, which features a repackaged animation by Greenpeace warning against the use of palm oil, might have been permitted on air had it not been connected to the campaigner
Mike Graham and Andrew Bridgen discuss the bullying allegations against Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, and his blocking of the release of information about Keith Vaz
An Ofgem spokesperson told Mike Graham that suppliers will have their profits squeezed by the energy price cap, which comes into effect in January
Mike Graham's co-host Katie Perrior has criticised Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle's comments that Labour should buy back housing sold under the Right to Buy scheme
Martin Daubney, co-founder of Men and Boys Coalition has said that feminism is only an issue talked about by “the privileged”, after new research found that feminism made men more ambitious because of competition for top jobs.
Sergeant Simon Kempton has said that victims of crime saying how it will affect them has bearing on how the crime is prioritised, because forces do not have the resources to search “for stolen stuff on ebay” all day.
Professor Noel Sharkey has said that it is 'nonsense' that autonomous cars can be 'concerned' and make moral decisions, after a study found that old people should be sacrificed in autonomous car crashes
Media lawyer Mark Lewis has said that non-disclosure agreements have a purpose but we want “to ensure that something that is wrong is exposed”, after The Daily Telegraph lost a legal fight against a company boss accused of “discreditable conduct”.
talkRADIO's Mike Graham clashed with anti-Brexit campaigner Femi Oluwole, calling him a "spoilt child".
More than a million people live in “food deserts” – areas where poor transport links, poverty and a lack of supermarkets limits access to affordable fresh fruit and vegtables, a study has claimed.
Mike Graham and Badass Women's Hour's Harriet Minter clash over the reaction to Strictly Come Dancing's Seann Walsh kissing his married dance partner Katya Jones
Sue Avery, Director of Birmingham Women’s Fertility Centre has said that gender selection by parents was about "desire", not medical need.
Cartographer Steve Chilton has said the decision to ban public bodies from putting the Shetland islands in a box is “stupid” and “ineffective”.
Trans campaigner, teacher and trans woman Debbie Hayton has claimed fellow trans people "need to be honest" with themselves on the issue of biological sex, revealing she still identifies as "male".
The director of Killing Eve, Harry Bradbeer, has said that “there is plenty of money” in longform TV because it attracts “great actors”, but there are less shorter films being made.
Katie Perrior, a former adviser to Theresa May, said Labour did not appear to pose a threat to the Prime Minister despite unveiling their latest policies at conference
A campaigner with Global Justice Now said the UK is 'not powerless' to shut down tax loopholes that allow companies like Starbucks to lower their tax bill
Anjem Choudary is expected to be freed from prison next month, says Prison Minister Rory Stewart
talkRADIO's Mike Graham and George Galloway discuss whether Boris Johnson's love life will affect his chances of Conservative leadership, and Graham speculates that he leaked the story of his alleged affair himself
After former finance manager pleaded guilty to defrauding a Grenfell fund, Mike Graham has suggested hat public services may not be as concerned about their finances as the private sector
Mike Graham has said that the UK needs to admit that the country has a problem with knife possession, after 69 people were detained by police on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon at Notting Hill Carnival.
Mike Graham had no patience with Rudy from Exeter, who called the show to rant about several things he couldn't back up with facts
The Labour MP has said that the government is not heading to a soft Brexit.