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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Jeremy Corbyn's achievements have 'come with the help of the whole party', says Labour and Momentum activist

Jeremy Corbyn opponents represent 'a small minority' says Momentum activist

Jeremy Corbyn opponents represent 'a small minority' says Momentum activist

Santiago Bell-Bradford rubbishes idea of split in party on final day of voting in Labour's leadership contest

Fitness trackers: 'It distracts them from the other things that are important to control their weight', says leading professor

Fitness trackers could stop you losing weight, says leading professor

Fitness trackers could stop you losing weight, says leading professor

A new study of slimmers has found those who used fitness trackers lost less weight than those who didn't.

Drones enable discovery of ancient ruins below Apennine Mountains

Ancient Roman cult settlement found by drones

Ancient Roman cult found by drones in Italy's Apennine Mountains

Drones have enabled archaeologists to discover more about an ancient settlement in Italy, and has changed previous thoughts on the area

The Apprentice star Margaret Mountford on the importance of lunch breaks

The Apprentice star Margaret Mountford on the importance of lunch breaks

The Apprentice star Margaret Mountford on the importance of lunch breaks

The star of the BBC One show spoke to Paul Ross for breakfast

American teacher abducted by gunmen in Yemen - reports

American teacher abducted by gunmen in Yemen - reports

Witnesses claim teacher was taken by armed men in civilian clothes, as they entered the school and forced the man into their car

Labour leadership contest: 'Things could get much worse' if Jeremy Corbyn wins

Labour leadership contest: 'Things could get much worse' if Jeremy Corbyn wins

Adam Bienkov, of politics.co.uk, believes the party has yet to hit rock bottom and the nadir could be yet to come

Man punches beaver, gets treated for rabies

Man punches beaver, gets treated for rabies

Yes, you read that correctly

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

Ed Balls' spray tan, Strictly Come Dancing and Birds of a Feather - Actress Lesley Joseph joins Paul Ross

'Ed Balls might get spray tan for Strictly': fellow contestant Lesley Joseph joins Paul Ross

'Ed Balls might tan up for Strictly': contestant Lesley Joseph joins Paul Ross

The actress discusses keeping the secret of taking part in Strictly and how she's been getting on in rehearsals

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

Ross Kemp on his travels and experiences for Extreme World

Ross Kemp on his travels and experiences for Extreme World

Ross Kemp on his travels and experiences for Extreme World

The actor and investigative journalist spoke to our full set breakfast host about his Sky 1 show

Turkish police shoot suspected attacker who tried to storm Israeli embassy

Turkish police shoot suspected attacker who tried to storm Israel embassy

The police shot the man after an attempted stabbing and he also shouted 'Allahu Akbar' according to reports

Brangelina: primary issue of the divorce is custody of the children, says lawyer

Brangelina: core issue in Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie divorce is custody of the children, says lawyer

Brangelina: core issue in the divorce is custody of the children, says lawyer

Sophie Cantillon talks us through the key issues after Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt yesterday

Brangelina: 'They're just like everyone else, except they have no privacy whatsoever', says relationship advisor

Brangelina divorce: 'Weight of public pressure crushed Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie marriage'

'Weight of public pressure crushed Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie marriage'

Angelia Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, citing irreconcilable differences, her lawyer has claimed it is for the health of their family

Murder of young Indian woman sparks outrage as bystanders do nothing

Footage emerges of Indian woman being stabbed to death in broad daylight as onlookers do nothing

Indian woman stabbed to death in broad daylight as onlookers do nothing

21-year-old Delhi schoolteacher called Karuna was dragged to the ground in busy street and murdered by man believed to be a jilted lover

North Korea's Facebook opened up to the West in huge data leak

North Korea's Facebook opened up to the West in huge data leak

Country's entire internet leaked to web hosting service GitHub by mistake, revealing the country has just 28 websites

Teacher is banned from teaching after allowing a pupil to sleep at her home

Bolton teacher Clare Griffiths let pupil sleep at her home after Alton Towers trip, tribunal hears

Teacher banned for letting pupil sleep at her home after Alton Towers trip

Harper Green teacher has been banned for a minimum of two years after maintaining inappropriate relationship with female pupil

UK will ratify UN global climate change agreement by 2016's end, says PM

UK will remain part of global climate change fight after Brexit, says Theresa May

UK will remain part of global climate change fight after Brexit, says May

Theresa May assured a summit of world leaders at the United Nations that the UK remains a global player

US claims Russia is responsible for Syrian aid convoy attack

US claims Russia is responsible for Syrian aid convoy attack

US claims Russia is responsible for Syrian aid convoy attack

The US has claimed Russia is responsible for the attack on an aid convoy in Syria on Monday, which the International Committee of the Red Cross has claimed killed around 20 civilians

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Sam Delaney discusses the very real effects anxiety can have on sufferers

Sam Delaney discusses the effects of anxiety

Famed psychologist helped clear up answers

'Jeremy Corbyn has started a whole campaign towards winning the next general election', says Labour councillor

'Labour leadership contest will help Jeremy Corbyn win general election'

'Labour leadership contest will help Jeremy Corbyn win general election'

Councillor Claudia Webbe says leadership challenge has enabled Corbyn to connect with the public and build support

Father of Ahmad Khan Rahami 'contacted FBI in 2014 to say he was a terrorist'

Father of Ahmad Khan Rahami 'contacted FBI in 2014 to say he was a terrorist'

Official cited by the Associated Press says Rahami's father subsequently retracted the claim about the Manhattan and New Jersey bomb suspect

Baby Isis executioner watches beheadings in shocking footage (photos)

Baby Isis executioner watches beheadings in shocking footage (photos)

Footage of the child executioner killing a prisoner is just part of Islamic State's latest video release. Read the shocking story below

US authorities investigating alleged bomber Ahmad Ramani's connections

Ahmad Rahami: US authorities investigating family of Manhattan and New Jersey bomb suspect

Authorities investigating family of US bomb suspect Ahmad Rahami

Authorities want to examine whether the suspect acted alone or whether he had help in planting bombs in Manhattan and Elizabeth

Brexit: 'The absence of leadership from the Prime Minister is astonishing', says leader of the Liberal Democrats

Brexit: 'The absence of leadership from Theresa May is astonishing', says Lib Dem leader Tim Farron

Lib Dem leader Tim Farron lays into Theresa May over Brexit

Leader of the Liberal Democrats Tim Farron criticised Theresa May for her handling of Brexit during the Liberal Democrats' annual conference

The Big Debate on doorways: 'My cat got killed by a terrorist'

The Big Debate on doorways: 'My cat got killed by a terrorist'

The Big Debate on doorways: 'My cat got killed by a terrorist'

Today's big debate was about doorways

Donald Trump Jr. likens Syrian refugees to poisoned skittles...and more controversial quotes

Thought Donald Trump Jr's refugee skittle remarks were bad? Check out his views on boobs, pregnancy and gas chambers

Thought Trump Jr's skittle remarks were bad? Check out some of his other remarks

Donald Trump's son managed to upstage his father with his refugee comments - but some of his other comments are even worse

Bexley Brawl: Twitter condemns mass fight in Northumberland Heath

Bexley Brawl: Red Dwarf star Danny John-Jules leads condemnation of 'Lord of the Flies' turf war

Red Dwarf star leads condemnation of 'Lord of the Flies' turf war in Bexley

Twitter users united in scorn after up to 100 people were involved in a mass brawl

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 explains the political impact of Manhattan bombing for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

New York explosions: 'Too early to say whether Donald Trump will gain from weekend's bombings'

'Too early to say whether Trump will gain from New York, New Jersey explosions'

Dr. Brian Klaas said the terror scare will resonate with Trump's core support, but harder to gauge impact on wider electorate

'Ghost girl' caught on CCTV camera causes terror in Mexico

'Ghost girl' caught on CCTV camera causes terror in Mexico

CCTV footage filmed in Mexico City shows what looks like a girl appearing out of nowhere, before a car passes clean through her

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

Lee Mead on the Some Enchanted Evening tour

Lee Mead on the Some Enchanted Evening tour, working on Joseph and cruise ships

Lee Mead on the Some Enchanted Evening tour, working on Joseph, and cruise ships

The musical theatre actor joined Paul Ross in the studio

Great Britain's Paralympic athletes have returned home (Getty)

In photos: GB Paralympians given hero's welcome as they arrive back in the UK

In photos: GB Paralympians given hero's welcome as they arrive back in the UK

Great Britain's Paralympic athletes have returned home, and were greeted by fans, family and friends at the airport

New Islamic State propaganda video forces blond boy to execute a prisoner

Isis forces blonde boy to execute a prisoner in new video

Isis forces blonde boy to execute a prisoner in new video

The boy, clearly of European descent, lifts gun from holster before a camouflaged man helps him aim it

Outrage as Donald Trump Jr. likens Syrian refugees to poisoned skittles

Donald Trump Jr. sparks outrage by likening Syrian refugees to poisoned skittles

Donald Trump Jr. sparks outrage by likening Syrian refugees to poisoned skittles

The son of the Republican candidate suggested America should not accept any refugees from Syria

Pirate Party of Berlin politician found dead

German Pirate Party politician found dead after far-right election defeat

German Pirate Party politician found dead after far-right election defeat

Gerwald Claus-Brunner has died in what the party is calling a suicde

Mass brawl in Bexley involves 'around 100 schoolchildren'

Bexley battle royale: 100 kids 'armed with knives and bats' brawl in south-east London (video)

100 kids 'carrying knives and bats' brawl in Bexley

The brawl took place In Northumberland Heath near Bexley, and police were called to the scene, two people were taken to hospital

India bus crash: At least five children dead after schoolbus 'falls into drain' in Amritsar

At least five children dead after schoolbus 'falls into drain' in Amritsar, Indi

The bus crashed into a lake after reportedly trying to overtake another vehicle in the eastern state of Bihar

Saudi Airlines threat in Manila was false alarm, says carrier

Saudi Airlines threat in Manila was false alarm, says carrier

Special forces are reportedly checking to verify whether or not plane has been hijacked

Alexis Conran on how you can outsmart the scammers

Alexis Conran's battleplan for outsmarting scammers

Alexis Conran's battleplan for outsmarting scammers

The presenter popped by the studio to give some crucial advice

Sports Direct to face independent review

Mike Ashley and Sports Direct to face independent review

Mike Ashley and Sports Direct to face independent review

The review on working practice was originally going to happen in-house, but Sports Direct has changed tack following shareholder feedback

Monday, September 19, 2016

Monday, September 19, 2016

'We're a small party and controversy is how we get traction through the media', says Ukip's Elizabeth Jones

Diane James Vladimir Putin headlines are great for Ukip, says exec member Elizabeth Jones

Diane James Vladimir Putin headlines are great for Ukip, says exec member

Jones was speaking after new Ukip leader Diane James revealed her political heroes include Vladimir Putin, Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill

'Some are saying what happened this weekend is a test run for something much worse', says American news reporter

'Many fear Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were a test run for something worse'

'Many fear Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were a test run for something worse'

Journalist Steve Mercyzynski told talkRADIO people fear 'that those involved were trying to see the reaction'

Chelsea bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami 'in custody after shootout in Linden'

Chelsea bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami 'in custody after shootout in Linden'

Chelsea bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami 'in custody after shootout in Linden'

At least one officer was reportedly injured in a shootout leading to Rahami's arrest

Women chased off a beach in France for wearing a burkini

Australian women in burkinis chased off beach in France

Australian woman in burkinis chased off beach in France

The mother and daughter were chased off the beach as locals were not happy with what they were wearing and threatened to call police

New York explosions: West Point Military Academy on lockdown due to suspicious vehicle

New York explosions: West Point Military Academy on lockdown due to suspicious vehicle

New York's West Point Military Academy on lockdown due to suspicious vehicle

The academy has been locked down after the car was seen entering through a security gate

New Jersey bombs: Police investigating 'suspicious package' at Rutgers University

New Jersey bombs: Police investigating 'suspicious package' at Rutgers Universit

Device was found at Douglass Parking Deck, around 20 miles from the town of Elizabeth

Lifejackets were placed at Parliament Square

'Graveyard of lifejackets' placed in Parliament Square [PHOTOS]

In photos: 'Graveyard of lifejackets' placed in Parliament Square

2,500 lifejackets have been laid out in Parliament Square to represent those migrants who have died trying to cross the Mediterranean sea

Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were linked, says Homeland Security official

Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were linked, says Homeland Security official

Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were linked, says Homeland Security official

Authorities earlier suggested Manhattan suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami's last known address was Elizabeth

Turkish police detain 40 people over supposed links to Isis

Turkish police detain 40 people over supposed links to Isis

Turkish police detain 40 people over supposed links to Isis

The country has seen a number of high-profile terror attacks from the militant group over the last year.

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