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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Brexit Article 50 verdict: Government challenge to be heard in early December

Government challenge to Brexit High Court verdict to be heard in December

Government will appeal today's High Court verdict that Theresa May must consult MPs on Article 50

Suspect in the Brussels Jewish Museum shooting is to be extradited to France

Brussels Jewish Museum shooting suspect to be extradited to France - reports

Brussels Jewish Museum shooting suspect to be extradited to France - reports

In 2014 a gunman opened fire in a Jewish Museum in Brussels, killing four people

Value of the pound rises after High Court ruling for the first time since August

Brexit High Court ruling: Value of pound rises after for first time since August

Value of pound rises after Brexit High Court ruling

The High Court ruled that Theresa May's government can't trigger Article 50 without Parliament's approval

Brexit High Court verdict: 'No-one told us MPs had right to veto Article 50'

Brexit High Court verdict: 'No-one told us MPs had right to veto Article 50'

'No-one told us that MPs had the right to veto Article 50'

Professor Steve Peers told Julia Hartley-Brewer he'd be 'amazed' if MPs voted down Brexit

UFO found in India after it crashed into a tree

'UFO' found in India after it crashed into a tree

'UFO' found in India after it crashed into a tree

The UFO was found as it made a loud noise and crashed into a tree in the village of Kollanthapaalayam in Erode district yesterday morning

'Football players should wear poppies and accept the sanctions', says former sports minister

England footballers should wear poppies and take the sanctions, says former sports minister

'England footballers should wear poppies and take the sanctions'

Fifa have ruled that football players will not be allowed to wear poppies in the England vs Scotland match on Armistice Day, causing much controversy

Government loses Brexit court case as judge rules MPs must be consulted on Article 50

Government loses Brexit court case as judge rules MPs must be consulted on Article 50

Government loses Brexit court case

Government will appeal decision in Supreme Court after judges rule that Theresa May must consult Parliament on secession process

London Stadium corporation quits over Sadiq Khan West Ham probe

London Stadium corporation chair quits over Sadiq Khan probe

Khan has demanded inquiry into soaring cost of converting the stadium for West Ham United

Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca closes nine branches over suspected norovirus outbreak

Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca closes nine branches over suspected norovirus outbreak

Wahaca closes nine branches over suspected norovirus outbreak

Public Health England launched an investigation after 205 staff and 160 members of the public fell ill

Justice Secretary Liz Truss admits violence in prisons has reached unacceptable levels

Justice Secretary Liz Truss says violence in prisons has reached unacceptable levels

Justice Secretary Liz Truss says rising violence in prisons is unacceptable

"no-fly zones" will be imposed over jails to tackle the 'toxic cocktail' of drugs, drones and mobile phones behind bars

threatened to end her career after she refused to pose half-naked

Mila Kunis throws down the gauntlet on Hollywood sexism

Mila Kunis throws down the gauntlet on Hollywood sexism

The megastar revealed a film producer threatened to end her career after she refused to pose half-naked

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Late Nights with Iain Lee: The Problem with Kids

Late Nights with Iain Lee: The Problem with Kids - Thursday, October 27

Late Nights with Iain Lee: The Problem with Kids

'The two boys that live with me now, won't live with me much longer' Iain

West Ham London Stadium row: Taxpayers may have to accept the cost, says leading sports reporter

'We may have to accept the cost of the London Stadium'

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has ordered an investigation into why there has been a £50 million increase in the cost of converting the London Stadium

Kangaroos invade a caravan in Australia

WATCH Kangaroos form an orderly queue for food outside a caravan in Australia

Kangaroos form an orderly queue for food outside a caravan in Australia

A family had a strange encounter with a kangaroo when it went inside their caravan, and their plan to tempt it away with food backfired

Iowa shootings: Police capture suspect in the ambush killings of two Des Moines officers

Iowa police shootings: Police capture Des Moines ambush killings suspect

Iowa police shootings: Police capture Des Moines ambush killings suspect

Two police officers were found fatally shot in the Des Moines area early Wednesday morning

Suzanne Evans says UKIP must end 'wilful blindness' to radical Islam

Suzanne Evans says UKIP must end 'wilful blindness' to radical Islam

Evans tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that problems such as honour killings and rape of white women must be tackled

Emma Watson leaves copies of her favourite books on the London Underground

Emma Watson leaves copies of her favourite book on the London Underground

Emma Watson leaves copies of her favourite book on the London Underground

Emma Watson has been travelling on the London Underground and leaving copies of one of her favourite books for commuters to find as part of the Books on the Underground campaign

US Presidential Election: Hillary Clinton 'losing faith', says commentator after Donald Trump poll lead

US election: Hillary Clinton 'losing faith' over Donald Trump poll lead, says commentator

Hillary Clinton 'losing faith over Donald Trump poll lead'

A tracking poll released yesterday by ABC News and The Washington Post show the Republican candidate leading by one percentage point

Ruling on Brexit legal challenge to come on Thursday

Brexit: Ruling on Article 50 legal challenge to come on Thursday

Brexit: Ruling on Article 50 legal challenge to come on Thursday

The High Court will decide on whether Theresa May has the legal right to trigger Article 50 without approval from Parliament

Giant effigy of Donald Trump to be burned as part of bonfire night celebrations

Donald Trump to be burned in effigy as part of bonfire night celebrations

Donald Trump to be burned in effigy as part of bonfire night celebrations

Bonfire night celebrations in Edenbridge, Kent will feature a giant effigy of Donald Trump holding Hillary Clinton's head

Suzanne Evans warns Arron Banks he can't buy UKIP

Suzanne Evans warns Arron Banks he can't buy UKIP

UKIP leadership contender says party is 'extremely grateful' to Banks but she wants to work with donors who share her vision

Apple's next iPhone could be foldable

Could Apple's next iPhone be foldable?

Could Apple's next iPhone be foldable?

Apple has been awarded a patent for technology which would allow a phone to be folded completely in half

Daring American woman travels Paris catacombs in a bikini on a surfboard

Watch 'female Indiana Jones' Alison Teal surf through Paris catacombs in a bikini

Watch 'female Indiana Jones' surf through Paris catacombs in a bikin

Alison Teal certainly grabbed the world's attention with this video

Louis Smith suspension: 'Islam is trying to put itself into a special category', says National Secular Society

Louis Smith ban: Islam is trying to make itself untouchable, says National Secular Society

Louis Smith ban 'shows Islam is trying to make itself untouchable'

Louis Smith has been suspended for two months by British Gymnastics over a video where he appears to mock Islam, however many have disagreed with his suspension

Louis Smith ban will fuel 'rampant Islamophobia', says Chief Executive of the Ramadhan Foundation

Louis Smith ban will fuel 'rampant Islamophobia', says Muslim commentator

Louis Smith ban will fuel 'rampant Islamophobia', says Muslim commentator

Mohammed Shafiq spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the two-month ban the gymnast received after a video of him appearing to mock Islam was leaked

Isis's key weakness is their 'old-fashioned' manner of fighting, says former Royal United Services Institute director-general

'Isis have an achilles heel - their old-fashioned manner of fighting'

'Isis have an achilles heel - their old-fashioned manner of fighting'

Michael Clarke, the former Director General of the Royal United Services Institute, said the group's outdated weapons and tactics could be exploited in Mosul

West Ham London Stadium deal must be renegotiated, says rent whistleblower

West Ham London Stadium deal must be renegotiated, says rent whistleblower

Olympic Stadium Coalition spokesperson Matt Roper tells Julia 'frightening' new figures about the stadium's conversion cost must be the catalyst for a new agreement

Olly Murs backs Laura Whitmore in Strictly Come Dancing

Olly Murs backs Laura Whitmore in Strictly Come Dancing

Olly Murs backs Laura Whitmore in Strictly Come Dancing

Olly Murs has revealed that he's backing Laura Whitmore in the current series of Strictly Come Dancing

Made in Chelsea's Binky would like to give Hillary Clinton 'a few tequila shots'

Made in Chelsea's Binky would like to give Hillary Clinton 'a few tequila shots'

Made in Chelsea's Binky would like to give Hillary Clinton 'a few tequila shots'

The Made in Chelsea star has revealed who she's supporting in the US election, and what she'd like to do if she ever met Hillary Clinton

'I'd like to give individuals at Fifa who banned poppies a tiny slap round the head', says Godfrey Bloom

Former UKIP MEP Godfrey Bloom says he'd like to slap FIFA poppy-banners

Godfrey Bloom says he'd like to slap Fifa poppy-banners

FIFA has refused to allow England and Scotland football players to wear poppies on the pitch, despite their match being on Armistice Day

US presidential election: Donald Trump's been unofficially endorsed by the Ku Klux Klan's newspaper

Donald Trump endorsed by KKK newspaper as he surges into poll lead

Donald Trump endorsed by KKK newspaper as he surges into poll lead

An article in The Crusader - a prominent KKK newspaper - entitled 'Make America Great Again' is being seen as a de facto endorsement for the Republican candidate

Driverless vehicles could be the answer to labour shortages in farming after Brexit

Robot tractors could solve Brexit labour shortages, says expert

Robot tractors could solve Brexit labour shortages, says expert

Driverless vehicles could help farmers in the UK, with fears growing that there may be a shortage in labour after Brexit

Paris: Police protest in front of the Louvre to show government and union mistrust

Paris: Police protest against Government as tension mounts after molotov cocktail attack

Paris police protest stage huge protest as tension mounts following molotov coc

Police dressed in civilian clothing took part in the latest protest in a series of demonstrations after an officer was seriously injured by a petrol bomb in October

UKIP donor Arron Banks: 'Nigel Farage could return at some point' for good

UKIP donor Arron Banks: Nigel Farage could return to save the party

Nigel Farage could return at some point to save UKIP, says donor Arron Banks

UKIP has endured one crisis after the next in a tough couple of weeks

Britain-based democrats are a secret weapon against Donald Trump, claim campaigners

UK-based democrats are a secret weapon against Donald Trump, claim campaigners

UK-based democrats a secret weapon against Donald Trump, claim campaigners

With the election less than a week away, Democrats based in Britain believe their involvement could swing it

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast - Gerry Update

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast - Gerry Update

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Bonus Podcast - Gerry Update

'Do you know what upsets me? I haven't had an apology' (Gerry)

Polish men who bombarded Mosque with bacon jailed for eight months

Polish men who bombarded Mosque with bacon jailed for eight months

Piotr Czak-Zukowski and Mateusz Pawlikowski hurled two rashers of Tesco's bacon around the Al-Rahman mosque in Camden, and put a third in a caretaker's shoe.

'Suspending Louis Smith is an overreaction, because he has apologised', says key Muslim cleric

Muslims don't want to see Louis Smith suspended, says London Imam Ajmal Masroor

Muslims don't want to see Louis Smith suspended, says London Imam

Louis Smith has been suspended by British Gymnastics for appearing to mock Islam, however key Muslim cleric Ajmal Masroor believes the punishment is uncalled for

'The innocence of children is being compressed downwards and we need to deal with it', says Martin Daubney

Omnipresent tsunami of porn must be tackled with early education, says Martin Daubney

Omnipresent tsunami of porn must be tackled, says Martin Daubney

Shadow minister Sarah Champion has called for children as young as five to be educated about pornography and relationships

Calais Jungle migrant found in the English Channel in a kayak

Calais Jungle migrant found in the English Channel in a kayak

Calais Jungle migrant found in the English Channel in a kayak

The man was picked up in the Channel by coastguard services

Author Ian Rankin on music, Glasgow and Inspector Rebus

Author Ian Rankin on music, Glasgow and Inspector Rebus

Ian Rankin joined Jon Holmes and revealed more about his books and inspiration from Glasgow and music, as well as giving his view on the US presidential election

Orlando gunman Omar Mateen heard pledging his allegiance to Islamic State in police recordings

Orlando gunman Omar Mateen heard pledging Isis allegiance on police tapes

Orlando gunman Omar Mateen heard pledging Isis allegiance on police tapes

Omar Mateen, who was responsible for the worst mass shooting in US history, pledged allegiance to the jihadist group during the attack

Twitter outraged after BBC Newsbeat posts a video asking if black people liked fried chicken more than others

Twitter outraged after BBC Newsbeat asks if black people like fried chicken more than others

Twitter outraged after BBC black people fried chicken video

BBC Newsbeat kicked off a firestorm after posting a video on Twitter asking: 'Black people and fried chicken - is there any truth in it?'

'Donald Trump is an extremely smart man, he’s gracious and well spoken'

Critics who call Donald Trump sexist and bigoted don't know the real man, says commentator Charlie Wolf

'Donald Trump is an extremely smart man, he’s gracious and well spoken'

Political commentator Charlie Wolf joined Jon Holmes and revealed his views on the presidential election

Cigarette smoking robot created by researchers at Harvard

Cigarette-smoking robot created by researchers at Harvard

Cigarette-smoking robot created by researchers at Harvard

The robot is designed to understand more about the effects of smoking on the human body and uses living human bronchiolar epithelium to increase its accuracy

Jeremy Corbyn rebels will give UKIP an open goal by splitting from Labour, says Paul Nuttall

Corbyn rebels will give UKIP an open goal by splitting, says Paul Nuttall

UKIP leadership challenger maps out plans to make his party 'the voice of common sense'

Ed Balls will 'never say never' to returning to politics

Ed Balls will 'never say never' to returning to politics

Ed Balls will 'never say never' to returning to politics

Ed Balls has revealed that he could return to politics, but for the time being he's just enjoying life

UKIP could be dead within a year if crisis isn't resolved, says Paul Nuttall

UKIP could be dead within a year if crisis isn't resolved, says Paul Nuttall

UKIP leadership challenger said he would provide a voice of common sense and strive to end recent feuding within the party

Francois Hollande promises the land where the Calais Jungle stood will never be resettled by migrants

Calais Jungle land will never be resettled by migrants, says Francois Hollande

Calais Jungle land will never be resettled by migrants, says Francois Hollande

The French President assured the public in an interview with regional paper La Voix Du Nord

Isis supporter attacks police with a knife

Isis supporter attacks police with a knife

Isis supporter attacks police with a knife

A woman who converted to Islam and owned materials related to Isis has attacked police with a nice in Germany, after throwing furniture out of her window

Honour killings aren't just a Muslim problem, says UK's first female Sharia judge

Honour killings aren't just a Muslim problem, says female Sharia judge

Amra Bone told Julia Hartley-Brewer Sharia councils don't constitute a parallel legal system

Woman badly burnt after passing gas during an operation

Woman badly burned by laser after passing gas during surgery

Woman badly burned by laser after passing gas during surgery

A Japanese woman in her 30s was badly burnt after passing gas during surgery, which was ignited by a laser they were using

Gareth Malone OBE on his new show and upcoming christmas album

Gareth Malone OBE on his new show and upcoming Christmas album

Gareth Malone OBE on his new show and upcoming Christmas album

The TV presenter and choirmaster popped by the studio to speak with Paul Ross

At least three people dead in a school bus crash in Maryland

At least three people dead in school bus crash in Maryland

At least three people dead in school bus crash in Maryland

A school bus crashed into a commuter bus in Baltimore early this morning

'Keith Vaz was voted on the justice committee to prove a point of principle', says Andrew Bridgen

Keith Vaz has no place in British politics, says opponent Andrew Bridgen

Scandal-hit MP Keith Vaz 'has no place in British politics'

Keith Vaz has been voted onto the justice committee despite calls to vote against him after allegations he paid for two male sex workers

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