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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Brexit divorce bill could cost 60 billion euros, says Sir Ivan Rogers

Brexit divorce bill could cost 60 billion euros, says Sir Ivan Rogers

Brexit divorce bill could cost 60 billion euros, says Sir Ivan Rogers

Rogers also tells MPs Brussels doesn't expect Theresa May to walk away without a deal

BREAKING: Turkish media report armed man has taken hospital hostage in Istanbul

BREAKING: Turkish media report armed man has taken hospital staff hostage in Istanbul

Turkish media report an armed man has taken hospital staff hostage in Istanbul

Man has reportedly taken hospital staff hostage in unfolding situation

'The Leave campaign did not clearly state that Brexit could mean punishing tariffs set by the WTO', says Open Britain

Leading Remainer says Article 50 bill is a waste of time and effort

Leading Remainer says Article 50 bill is a waste of time and effort

James McGrory also says no-one told us Brexit would mean punishing tariffs

Neil Gorsuch nomination 'is Donald Trump’s bid to put a long-term stamp on the Supreme Court', says journalist

Neil Gorsuch nomination will help Donald Trump repeal abortion, says journalist

Neil Gorsuch nomination will help Donald Trump repeal abortion, says journalist

Josh Robinson, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Donald Trump's first nomination for the American Supreme Court

'Simplifying train ticket sales could mean customers lose out on the cheapest deals', says Rail Future

Train ticket revamp could actually hurt customers, says Rail Future

Train ticket revamp could actually hurt customers, says Rail Future

Train ticket sales are to be overhauled to allow passengers to find the cheapest deals more easily, but customers hunting such deals may actually emerge worse-off

Brexit bill: 'The people gave their verdict, Parliament must give Theresa May right to trigger Article 50,' says former Vote Leave CEO

Tories are united on Brexit - Europe's now Labour's problem, says former Vote Leave CEO

'Conservatives are united, it's now the Labour Party who are divided on Europe'

Matthew Elliot, a senior fellow at the Legatum Institute thinktank and former Vote Leave CEO, insisted the Brexit vote has to be upheld despite growing tension in the Labour Party

Court hears Peckham murder victim was being filmed on Snapchat after being fatally stabbed

Peckham teenager Leoandro Osemeke was filmed on Snapchat after being fatally stabbed, court hears

Peckham teenager 'was filmed on Snapchat after being stabbed to death'

16-year-old Leoandro Osemeke died after sustaining a stab wound to the heart moments after arriving at a birthday party in southeast London

Police arrest Tunisian man on suspicion of planning a terror attack, after raiding homes, mosques and businesses

German police swoop on 'terror recruits' who attended same mosque as Berlin truck attacker

Terror suspects who attended same mosque as Berlin truck attacker arrested

Arrest took place after 1100 police officers searched homes, businesses and mosques

Reports say Quebec mosque attack suspect didn't hide Muslim hostility during interrogation, was Donald Trump supporter

Quebec mosque attack 'was Donald Trump fan and expressed hatred of Muslims in police questioning'

Quebec mosque attack 'was fan of Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen'

Local paper La Presse made the claim, and a website has claimed the suspect was a fan of Donald Trump and far-right groups

Thinktank report suggests UK inequality could rise to Margaret Thatcher levels

Brexit helping drive UK inequality back to Margaret Thatcher-era levels, says thinktank

Brexit helping return UK inequality to Margaret Thatcher levels, says thinktank

The Resolution Foundation report warned that falling living standards for the poor in the country could lead to rises in inequality not unlike when Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister

Brexit: Article 50 bill to face first vote in the House of Commons

Brexit: Article 50 bill facing first vote in the House of Commons

Article 50 bill facing first vote in the House of Commons

The bill was heavily debated in Parliament on Tuesday, and today (Wednesday) faces its first real test as turmoil grows in the House of Commons

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The James Whale Show: Brexit and safe spaces

The James Whale Show: Brexit and safe spaces - Tuesday 31 January 2017

The James Whale Show: Brexit and safe spaces

The Brexit debate continues as Ash gets locked out of the building...

'Debating Article 50 is unnecessary because negotiations could fail', says UKIP's Gerard Batten

UKIP's Gerard Batten: 'If there was a second Brexit referendum, we'd win by even bigger margin'

UKIP Brexit strategist says British people are more convinced than ever to leave

MPs are now debating the Brexit bill, before they vote on whether to trigger Article 50 and begin the Brexit process

'MPs who vote to trigger Article 50 will have their names held to that decision for the rest of their career', says political commentator

MPs who vote to trigger Article 50 will be forever remembered for that decision, says political commentator

'MPs who vote to trigger Article 50 will have their names held to the decision'

MPs are debating the Article 50 bill, as they will have to vote on whether to trigger Article 50, this will begin the Brexit process

'Theresa May is underestimating the public's strong feeling against Donald Trump's travel ban', says journalist

Theresa May is underestimating Britain's disgust at Donald Trump's travel ban, says journalist

'Theresa May underestimates the public's strong feeling against Donald Trump'

Thousands of people took to the streets in the UK yesterday, protesting against Donald Trump’s travel ban and calling on the Government to cancel his state visit to the UK

'Donald Trump doesn't want to fight the UK's enemies, he wants to fight alongside them', says George Galloway

'Donald Trump doesn't want to fight the UK's enemies, he wants to fight alongside them', says George Galloway

'Donald Trump doesn't want to fight UK enemies, he wants to fight with them'

During the press conference held by Donald Trump and Theresa May, the Prime Minister said the two countries are 'united in the recognition of Nato'

George Galloway on Donald Trump: 'He’s like a Roman candle, it just all comes out'

George Galloway says Donald Trump 'is like a Roman candle, it just all comes out'

George Galloway on Donald Trump: 'He’s like a Roman candle, it all comes out'

Our presenter gave some key advice on the 45th American president to a caller from Durham

George Galloway to Donald Trump: 'Where's the sense in not banning Saudi Arabia?'

George Galloway asks: 'Why does Donald Trump travel ban not include Saudi Arabia?'

George Galloway asks: 'Why does Trump travel ban not include Saudi Arabia?'

Our presenter has challenged the president on why he hasn't included Saudi Arabia on the list of countries banned from US travel by an executive order

Richard Nixon lawyer blasts Donald Trump for 'new low' in sacking Sally Yates

Donald Trump has hit a new low - says Richard Nixon lawyer jailed for Watergate

Donald Trump has hit a new low - says Richard Nixon lawyer jailed for Watergate

John Dean, the counsel to the White House under Richard Nixon, called the dismissal of the former attorney-general "a new low"

Group of teenagers found dead in Germany died of carbon monoxide poisoning

Group of teenagers found dead in German garden shed suffered carbon monoxide poisoning

Teenagers found dead in German garden shed suffered carbon monoxide poisoning

A group of teenagers who were found dead over the weekend died of carbon monoxide poisoning, police have said

Julia Hartley-Brewer calls Lily Allen 'utterly bonkers' in Twitter row

Julia Hartley-Brewer tells Lily Allen she's 'utterly bonkers' in heated row after singer called Trump a fascist

Julia Hartley-Brewer calls Lily Allen 'utterly bonkers' in Twitter row

Julia Hartley-Brewer has had a row on Twitter with Lily Allen over Donald Trump's state visit

10-year-old girl dies after triggering her suicide vest at IDP camp in Nigeria

10-year-old girl dies after triggering suicide vest at displaced persons' camp in Nigeria

Girl, 10, blows herself up at displaced persons' camp in Nigeria

The child blew herself up in north-east Nigeria, according to a civilian vigilante, no one else was injured

Transgender children now allowed to join the Boy Scouts of America

Transgender children now allowed to join Boy Scouts of America

Transgender children now allowed to join Boy Scouts of America

The organisation previously only let children with a male registry on their birth certificates become boy scouts

Yemen's Houthi movement 'crash suicide boats into a Saudi warship, killing two people'

Yemen's Houthi rebels attack Saudi warship with 'suicide boat', killing two

Yemen's Houthi rebels attack Saudi warship with 'suicide boat', killing two

Yemen's Houthi movement have reportedly crashed suicide boats into a Saudi warship, killing two people and injuring three

French National Assembly searched in connection to Francois Fillon allegations

French National Assembly raided as part of Francois Fillon 'fake job' probe

French National Assembly raided as part of Francois Fillon 'fake job' probe

The presidential candidate faces allegations of financial impropriety relating to money paid to his wife for her job as a parliamentary assistant

Saturn's outer B ring

Nasa releases stunning images of Saturn's rings

Nasa releases stunning images of Saturn's rings

Nasa has taken stunning images of Saturn's rings which reveal unprecedented details of the icy particles orbiting the planet

Commission aims to encourage Government action on loneliness, says Rachel Reeves MP

Jo Cox Commission will honour her memory with action, vows co-chair Rachel Reeves

Jo Cox Commission will honour her memory with action, vows co-chair

The MP for Leeds West is the co-chair of a commission that the former MP for Batley and Spen had been working on launching prior to her death

'Haggling over the Brexit process needs to stop', says MP Dominic Raab

Brexit haggling needs to stop, says MP Dominic Raab

Brexit haggling needs to stop, says MP Dominic Raab

The Government has published a bill on Article 50, after a debate in Parliament MPs will have to vote on the bill, which could start the Brexit process

Julia and Ben Bradshaw clashed over Brexit

Remain MP Ben Bradshaw tells Julia he 'can't remember' what he said on single market during Brexit referendum

Julia clashes with MP Ben Bradshaw on leaving single market

Julia Hartley-Brewer had a heated debate with Labour MP Ben Bradshaw, over what exactly voting leave in the EU referendum meant

'Brexit is the biggest crisis UK has faced since WW2', says British Influence Chairman Peter Wilding

Brexit is biggest crisis UK has faced since WW2, says British Influence Chairman Peter Wilding

'Brexit the biggest crisis UK's faced since WW2', says British Influence

The thinktank's chairman, Peter Wilding, made the claim in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Jim White talks transfer deadline day with Paul Ross

Transfer deadline day: talkSPORT host Jim White says Chelsea will sign three players

Jim White says Chelsea will sign three players on transfer deadline day

The talkSPORT presenter popped by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross on the final day of football's winter window

Donald Trump: 'Only 11 days in, and there's already talk of a constitutional crisis,' says LSE politics fellow

Donald Trump: 'Only 11 days in, and there's talk of a constitutional crisis,' says academic

'Only 11 days into Trump's tenure and there's talk of a constitutional crisis'

Dr. Brian Klaas, a fellow in Global Politics at the London School of Economics, said the new regime is already in total chaos

Theresa May pressed to reveal extent of Donald Trump's travel ban knowledge after US meeting

Theresa May pressed to reveal how much she knew of Donald Trump's travel ban after US meeting

May pressed to reveal how much she knew of Trump's travel ban after US meeting

This fcomes after a petition to block the president from coming to the UK received more than 1.6 million signatures

Monday, January 30, 2017

Monday, January 30, 2017

The James Whale Show: Trump protests and yoga

The James Whale Show: Trump protests and yoga - Monday 30 January 2017

The James Whale Show: Trump protests and yoga

Ash is invited to try yoga, and Trump protests hit the streets of the UK...

Sam Delaney left stunned by caller's views on Muslims and Sadiq Khan

Sam Delaney left stunned by caller's view to kick all Muslims out of UK

Sam Delaney left stunned by caller's view to kick all Muslims out of UK

Kingston called up our afternoon presenter to share his views on Donald Trump's executive order

'Protests against Donald Trump's travel ban are actually just against Trump himself', says UKIP's Peter Whittle

Protests against Donald Trump's travel ban are actually just against Trump himself, says UKIP's Peter Whittle

'Protests against Donald Trump's travel ban are actually just against Trump'

Donald Trump has banned travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries from America, a move that has sparked outrage

Train's Patrick Monahan on the new album, the band, and his career

Train's Patrick Monahan on the new album, the band, and his career

Train's Patrick Monahan on the new album, the band, and his career

Patrick Monahan swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross to discuss the band's latest offering

Names of Canadian mosque attack suspects are confirmed

Names of Canadian mosque attack suspects confirmed as Alexandre Bissonnette and Mohamed el Khadir

Names of Canadian mosque attack suspects are confirmed

The names of the suspects in the Canadian mosque attack have been confirmed by a court clerk, according to the Associated Press

10,000 birds slaughtered in France after detecting bird flu

10,000 birds slaughtered in France after avian flu detected

10,000 birds slaughtered in France after avian flu detected

The case was an isolated incident that resulting in mass slaughter of birds to prevent its spread

A lion-tiger hybrid has been born in a travelling Russian zoo

A lion-tiger hybrid has been born in a travelling Russian zoo

A lion-tiger hybrid has been born in a travelling Russian zoo

A cross between a lion and a tiger has been born in a travelling zoo in southern Russia, it's believed only a few dozen members of the hybrid species exist

'The vote on Article 50 is not about Brexit, it's about whether the referendum was valid', says MP Richard Burgon

'Article 50 vote is not about Brexit, it's about whether the referendum was valid', MP Richard Burgon tells George Galloway

'The vote on Article 50 is about whether the referendum was valid'

The Government has published a bill on Article 50 which will be debated in Parliament before MPs vote on whether to trigger it and therefore start the Brexit process

George Galloway: 'Jeremy Corbyn made historic mistake by not declaring a free EU referendum vote'

George Galloway: Jeremy Corbyn made 'historic mistake' by not granting free vote on Article 50

Galloway: Jeremy Corbyn made historic mistake by denying MPs free Brexit vote

George Galloway shared his view on the Labour leader amid reports of a growing rebellion on the front bench

George Galloway to Laura Kuenssberg: 'You’re just a here-today, gone tomorrow, wee hack'

George Galloway blasts BBC's Laura Kuenssberg over Trump coverage: 'You’re just a here-today, gone tomorrow, wee hack'

George Galloway to Laura Kuenssberg: 'You’re just a wee hack'

At a press conference in Washington D.C, the political editor for BBC News posed a question to President Trump which has drawn fire from our presenter

Donald Trump's travel ban has attracted huge protest

Ukip deputy Peter Whittle says party doesn't support Donald Trump-style Muslim ban after Nigel Farage comments

Ukip deputy Peter Whittle says party doesn't support Trump-style Muslim ban

Whittle says Nigel Farage is free to say what he thinks and Muslim ban protesters are just 'hysterical' Trump haters

Sentencing of 'Spiderman' who stole valuable paintings opens in France

'Spiderman' who made off with paintings worth £85 million in France faces jail

'Spiderman' who made off with paintings worth £85 million in France faces jail

Vjeran Tomic confessed to stealing five works from renown artists with a combined worth of at least 100 million euros in 2010

'Study the world' - Donald Trump takes to Twitter, after receiving criticism for his travel ban

Donald Trump says he's stopping 'bad dudes' as he reacts to ban protest

Donald Trump says he's stopping 'bad dudes' as he reacts to ban protest

Donald Trump has once again taken to Twitter to discuss his travel ban, which has been criticised by many

Corbyn has demanded a three-line whip on Article 50

Former Blair PR guru hammers Jeremy Corbyn over Article 50

Former Blair PR guru hammers Jeremy Corbyn over Article 50

John McTernan says Corbyn 'snatched defeat from the jaws of victory'

'If we had a ban on refugees 12 months ago in Europe, 200 people would be alive today' - Tommy Robinson defends Donald Trump's executive order

Former EDL leader Tommy Robinson hits out at Mo Farah over Donald Trump protest

Former EDL leader Tommy Robinson hits out at Mo Farah over Donald Trump protest

The founder of the English Defence League has defended Donald Trump's executive order

'No criminal justice system in the world could deal with the amount of child abuse images online', says journalist

No criminal justice system in the world could deal with the amount of child abuse images online, says journalist

'No justice system could deal with the amount of child abuse images online'

Project Arachnid uses web crawlers which comb the internet for images of child abuse

Donald Trump's travel ban has prompted a furious response

Iraq parliament backs tit-for-tat retaliation against Americans after Trump Muslim crackdown

Iraq parliament backs tit-for-tat retaliation against Americans

Lawmakers have passed 'reciprocity measure' preventing Iraqis from entering America

Labour MPs who quit over the Article 50 vote could be welcomed back to the party within months

Corbyn could welcome back Article 50 Labour rebels within months

Corbyn could welcome back Article 50 Labour rebels within months

MPs who leave Labour's shadow cabinet over the Article 50 vote could be welcomed back within months, it is claimed

'There is no evidence to back up Donald Trump's travel ban', says Ramadhan Foundation

Trump refugee ban: Julia asks Muslim activist 'where were the protests when Obama stopped Iraqi refugees?'

Julia asks Muslim activist 'where were the protests when Obama banned Iraqis?'

Trump has banned those from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering America, he has also banned the entry of Syrian refugees and suspended the US Refugee Admissions Programme

'Donald Trump's travel ban is exactly what terroists want' says MP Nadhim Zahawi

Donald Trump travel ban is exactly what Isis want, says Iraq-born MP Nadhim Zahawi

This is exactly what Isis want, says Iraq-born MP Nadhim Zahawi

Former Labour leader Ed Milliband and Zahawi have called for an emergency debate in Parliament on Donald Trump's travel ban

Trump-Putin relationship 'could lead to greater peace', claims US ambassador favourite Dr. Ted Malloch

Trump has reservations about the EU, says man tipped to be his Brussels ambassador

Trump has reservations about EU, says man tipped to be his Brussels ambassador

Malloch is the favourite to be the US's ambassador to the European Union

UK-US 'special relationship unlikely to make Donald Trump change course', says lecturer Dr Adam Quinn

UK-US special relationship unlikely to make Trump reverse Muslim ban, says lecturer Dr Adam Quinn

UK-US 'special relationship unlikely to make Donald Trump change course'

Dr. Adam Quinn told Julia Hartley-Brewer it was 'unreasonable to suggest' Britain has any real influence on American politics

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