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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Stop the War branded 'Putin apologists' over Aleppo as Twitter war gets nasty

Stop the War branded 'Putin apologists' as Twitter war gets nasty

Social media war heats up after Boris Johnson called out Stop the War yesterday

HS2: 'Our transport system is a mess but needs sensible planning', says Natalie Bennett

We need better alternatives to HS2, says Natalie Bennett

We need better alternatives to HS2, says Natalie Bennett

Former Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett insisted the money could be spent in other areas.

'He has not got a mandate to be useless' - John McTernan savages Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn 'hasn't got a mandate to be useless', says former Blair strategist John McTernan

Jeremy Corbyn 'hasn't got a mandate to be useless', says former Blair strategist

Tony Blair's former political secretary laid into the leader of the Labour Party

Smart drugs: 'There's no evidence they boost the brain,' says neurological professor

Smart drugs: 'There's no evidence they boost the brain,' professor warns students

'There's no evidence they boost the brain,' professor warns students

Michael Barnes advised students against taking so-called 'smart' drugs

LISTEN 'We're Stop the War, not Start the War' says activist in heated clash over Aleppo

'We're Stop the War, not Start the War' says activist in heated clash over Alepp

Chris Nineham defends Bashar al-Assad while condemning the UK over the Syria crisis in a furious interview

Baby Loss Awareness Week: Sports Minister Tracey Crouch reveals full extent of her miscarriage

Baby Loss Awareness Week: Sports Minister Tracey Crouch reveals despair of her miscarriage

Baby Loss Awareness Week: Tracey Crouch MP shares her miscarriage story

The Sports Minister spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the devastating miscarriage she suffered during last year's general election

Stop the War organiser vows to 'oppose the West' in car-crash Aleppo interview

Stop the War organiser vows to 'oppose the West' in car-crash Aleppo interview

Chris Nineham appears to contradict group's previous policy on protesting overseas conflicts

Paris Attacks: Suspect's lawyers won't defend him

Lawyers of Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam give up defence

Lawyers of Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam give up defence

Salah Abdeslam was arrested for the terror attacks in Paris last November

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The Nazi 9/11: Researchers claim Hitler planned to destroy New York with huge bombardment

Hitler planned to destroy New York with huge bombardment, say historians

New book based on the life of Peter Brill claims top-secret project aimed to annihilate New York in 1943

'Strictly Come Dancing voters don't know they're being racist, but they are', says leading journalist

'Strictly Come Dancing voters don't know they're being racist, but they are', says leading journalist

'Strictly Come Dancing voters don't know they're being racist, but they are'

Strictly Come Dancing voters have been accused of being racist after the only black contestants on the show were evicted

Website offers one lucky American the chance to move to Canada if Donald Trump becomes President

'Trexit' competition offering Americans $10,000 to move to Canada if Donald Trump becomes President

Americans being offered $10,000 to move to Canada if Trump wins

Parachute, MapQuest’s editorial site, is holding a competition which offers one person $10,000 and 'an abundance of information and guidance about life in Canada'

Boris Johnson attacks Jeremy Corbyn's Stop the War coalition over Aleppo

Boris Johnson attacks Jeremy Corbyn's Stop the War coalition over Aleppo

Johnson asks why there haven't been more protest against Russian bombing

Ancient crossword puzzle discovered on a wall in Turkey

The world's first Sudoku? Ancient puzzle discovered on wall in Turkey

The world's first Sudoku? Ancient puzzle discovered on wall in Turkey

The puzzle was discovered in İzmir, which was once known as Smyrna, and is believed to date back 2,500 years

Woman goes on trial at the Old Bailey in first crowdfunded private prosecution in British legal history

Woman goes on trial at Old Bailey in Britain's first-ever crowdfunded private prosecution

Woman goes on trial in Britain's first-ever crowdfunded private prosecution

Gail Purcell is to go on trial over the death of cyclist Mick Mason at the Old Bailey in April

National Coming Out Day: Coming out stories that are a little unusual

National Coming Out Day: These amazing coming out stories will put a smile on your face

National Coming Out Day: These amazing coming out stories will warm your heart

Today is National Coming Out Day, and many are celebrating sharing their true selves with others. Here are some of the funniest stories we found on social media

Actor Peter Davison on his career and how he nearly became a tax inspector

Doctor Who star Peter Davison steps into the talkRADIO Tardis for a chat about his career

Doctor Who star Peter Davison visits the talkRADIO Tardis

The Fifth Doctor joined Paul Ross live in the studio

Woman kills son in tragic accident after mistaking him for intruder (video)

Woman kills son in tragic accident after mistaking him for intruder (video)

Woman fired in panic after intruder entered her property in Simaloa

Baby loss awareness week: 'It's surprising how many people will say it happened to me too', says Miscarriage Association

Baby loss awareness week: 'It's surprising how many people will say 'it happened to me too'', says Miscarriage Association

Baby loss awareness week: Miscarriage Association says help is out there

The association's national director talked to patron and supporter Julia Hartley-Brewer about the aims of this week's initiative

A clown-hunting vigilante speaks: 'They're sick in the head and we have to stop them'

A clown-hunting vigilante speaks: 'They're sick and we have to stop them'

talkRADIO speaks to the people who hunt down the people who dress up as creepy clowns in one of the darkest viral trends

Clownpocalypse: 'Media coverage has almost sparked the trend', says psychology professor

Killer clown attacks: Leading professor says sensationalist media has fuelled 'Clownpocalypse'

Killer clown attacks: Leading professor says media has fuelled 'Clownpocalypse'

Professor Mark Griffiths says people have been sparked into action by

'If Charles Horton made a deal across the table, there would be no Southern Rail dispute', says RMT Union

Southern Rail strikes: RMT boss Mick Cash disputes 'conductor guarantee' claim

Southern Rail strikes: RMT boss Mick Cash disputes 'conductor guarantee' claim

The RMT union are beginning industrial action today, in a continuing dispute over the role of conductors on the rail service

'Hillary Clinton's strategy is to ensure everyone keeps talking about Trump', says American radio host

'Hillary Clinton has a very clear strategy - keep everyone talking about Donald Trump'

'Clinton has a very clear strategy - keep everyone talking about Trump'

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took part in their second Presidential debate this week, after a new video surfaced of comments Trump made in 2005

Article 50: 'Government should be held to account over EU deal', insists Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron

Brexit: Tim Farron says Britain can't afford to 'jump out of a plane without parachute'

Tim Farron and Julia Hartley-Brewer clash again over Brexit

The Liberal Democrat leader had a fiery clash with Julia Hartley-Brewer

School in Brussels terror hotbed Molenbeek evacuated over bomb threat

School in Brussels terror hotbed Molenbeek evacuated over bomb threat

School was placed in lockdown this morning

Creepy clown craze: Wisconsin couple who abandoned toddler to scare people in clown costumes arrested

US couple who abandoned toddler to scare people in clown costumes arrested

Couple detained on child neglect charges after going out to wreak terror while child was left at home

'The threat of eviction is increasing desperation in the Calais Jungle', says charity CalAid

Calais Jungle is now a lethal free-for-all, says charity CalAid after Eritrean death

Calais Jungle is now a deadly free-for-all, says charity CalAid

Charity claims migrants are being pushed to new peaks of desperation by looming threat of eviction

Detectives hunt a suspected rapist for a 'horrific attack' on a lone woman

Detectives hunt for suspected rapist after 'horrific attack' on lone woman in Tooting

Detectives hunt for suspected rapist after 'horrific attack' on lone woman

A woman was pulled into a nearby building and raped as she was walking to her car in Tooting, south London. The suspect is described as Asian, slim and aged between 20 and 25

Donald Trump Apprentice 'p***y' video is 'just the beginning' says former producer

Donald Trump Apprentice 'p***y' video is 'just the beginning'

Former producer Bill Pruitt tweeted that 'far worse' footage is hidden in the archives - but show's creator says it will never see the light of day

Five teenagers die as car travels on the wrong side of the road in Vermont

Man driving down wrong side of the road kills five teenagers before stealing police car

Man driving down wrong side of the road kills five teenagers in Vermont

Steven Bourgoin reportedly ploughed police car into teenagers' vehicle before escaping in stolen patrol car and causing several other crashes

Syria: British planes could form coalition to stop Russian war crimes

Syria: British planes should join coalition to stop Russian 'war crimes' says minister

Syria: Britain should join coalition to stop Russian 'war crimes' says minister

Andrew Mitchell said it might be necessary to intervene to stop the alleged bombing of civilians in Syria

Monday, October 10, 2016

Monday, October 10, 2016

Pokemon Go player left covered in blood after attack

Pokemon Go player left covered in blood after being battered in Soho

Pokemon Go player left covered in blood after Soho battering

Matthew Alford was allegedly attacked in the street whilst playing Pokemon Go with friends

Experts warn a Titanic style disaster could be on the way for luxury cruises

'New Titanic tragedy could be on the way if Arctic cruise lanes aren't regulated'

'New Titanic tragedy could happen if Arctic cruise lanes aren't regulated'

Concerns over environmental damage and a disaster are growing after the first large ship sailed through the Arctic's remote Northwest Passage

Five South Korean family members on trial in Germany after 'exorcism' death

Five South Korean family members on trial in Germany after 'exorcism' death

Five South Korean family members on trial in Germany after 'exorcism' death

A 41-year-old woman was beaten to death in a hotel room in Frankfurt

Gay serial killer tried to blame his victim with a sham suicide note

Gay serial killer Stephen Port tried to blame victim with fake suicide note

Gay serial killer Stephen Port tried to blame victim with fake suicide note

Stephen Port stands accused of drugging gay men in order to rape them whilst unconscious, also killing four of his victims.

Arron Banks plays down UKIP Strasbourg brawl: 'Steven Woolfe is from Moss Side, isn't he?'

Arron Banks plays down UKIP brawl: 'Steven Woolfe is from Moss Side, isn't he?'

UKIP donor discusses brawl which left Woolfe in hospital and spoke about his hopes for the party's leadership contest

Man found guilty of killing his drinking companion and cutting off his penis

Man found guilty of killing his drinking companion and cutting off his penis

Man found guilty of killing his drinking companion and cutting off his penis

A man has been found guilty of killing another who he was drinking with, after they got into a fight, once the victim had died, he took a knife to him

Samsung's problems are 'well beyond embarrassing', as they halt production of the Galaxy Note 7

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 problems are 'well beyond embarrassing'

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 problems are 'well beyond embarrassing'

Samsung has reportedly stopped production of the Galaxy Note 7, after reports that the devices were still exploding even when replaced

Bill Clinton sexual allegations - a history of accusations turned into a political weapon

Trump-Clinton debate: Bill Clinton sexual allegations still haunting his wife

Trump-Clinton debate: Bill Clinton sexual allegations still haunting his wife

Bill Clinton has never been convicted of anything pertaining to the allegations, but they continue to dog him and Hillary

'Clownpocalypse' spreads to Mexico as axe-wielding clown arrested in Baja California

'Clownpocalypse' spreads to Mexico as axe-wielding clown shocks Baja California

Meanwhile a girl collapsed and was left vomiting on the floor after a clown approached her house in Ciudad Juarez.

Katherine Jenkins on her Christmas Celebration tour and Dancing With The Stars

Katherine Jenkins on her Christmas Celebration tour and Dancing With The Stars

Katherine Jenkins on her Christmas Celebration tour and Dancing With The Stars

The superstar mezzo-soprano joined Paul Ross in the studio

Isis: militant group is 'clearly deteriorating', claims Chatham House spokesman

Isis: militant group is 'clearly deteriorating', claims Chatham House spokesman

Isis: militant group is 'clearly deteriorating', claims Chatham House spokesman

Isis have been forced back towards the city of Mosul

Chemnitz bomb plot suspect has Isis links, say officials

Chemnitz bomb plot suspect has Isis links, say officials

Chemnitz bomb plot suspect has Isis links, say officials

The suspect is still on the run from police, and another man linked to Jaber al-Bakr has been detained

Republicans and Democrats are divided in the aftermath of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's debate

Democrats and Republicans divided over Clinton-Trump debate - but both agree it was pretty lowbrow

Democrats and Republicans divided over Clinton-Trump debate

talkRADIO spoke to representatives of both sides and they agreed it wasn't America's finest hour

LISTEN UKIP donor Arron Banks defends Donald Trump over 'p***y' sexism storm

UKIP donor Arron Banks defends Donald Trump over 'p***y' sexism storm

Banks suggests that had men make these remarks all the time and if George Clooney had made them, we'd be more understanding

Amber Rudd's foreign worker plans were 'about discrediting Brexit', says leading economist

Amber Rudd's foreign worker plans were 'about discrediting Brexit', says leading economist

Amber Rudd's foreign worker plans were 'about discrediting Brexit'

Amber Rudd's plans to force firms to reveal data about their foreign employees have been scrapped, but leading economist Jonathan Davis believes there was always an ulterior motive.

Presidential debates which turned nasty throughout history

Was Trump-Clinton the dirtiest clash in US political history?

Was Trump-Clinton the dirtiest clash in US political history?

talkRADIO has combed the archives to find something more unedifying than last night's political debate. And we think we've found a strong candidate dating back more than 200 years...

Second US Presidential Debate: Twitter reacts

Karaoke, killer clowns and Toy Story: The Trump-Clinton debate in memes

Karaoke, killer clowns and Toy Story: The Trump-Clinton debate in memes

From popular cartoons to pictures of impending death and destruction, Twitter was quick to mock last night's presidential debate

World Porridge Day: Paul Ross' Fact Attack

World Porridge Day: Paul Ross' Fact Attack

World Porridge Day: Paul Ross' Fact Attack

In celebration of World Porridge Day, Paul Ross made his Fact Attack all about the popular breakfast choice

Judge Rinder on performing, Ed Balls and Strictly Come Dancing

Judge Rinder on performing, Ed Balls and Strictly Come Dancing

Judge Rinder on performing, Ed Balls and Strictly Come Dancing

The TV judge revealed more about his time competing in Strictly Come Dancing and what it's really like to be in the show

Jeremy Corbyn enlists former rebels to calm shake-up concerns

Jeremy Corbyn enlists former rebels to calm purge concerns

Jeremy Corbyn enlists former rebels to calm purge concerns

The leader of the Labour Party conducted a surprise reshuffle of the Shadow Cabinet last week

Second US presidential debate: Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton should be in jail

Second US presidential debate: Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton should be in jail

Second debate: Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton should be jailed

Trump also claimed Bill Clinton was 'abusive to women', just a few days after his own popularity was dented by a video recording which captured him making sexist comments

Second US presidential debate: Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton should be in jail

Second US presidential debate: Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton should be in jail

Second debate: Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton should be jailed

The second debate of the US Presidential Election took place in St. Louis in Missouri yesterday

Friday, October 7, 2016

Friday, October 7, 2016

George Galloway: I'll move to New Zealand if Donald Trump is elected president

George Galloway: I'll move to New Zealand if Donald Trump is elected president

George even discussed the idea with a Kiwi real estate agent on his show

Tony Blair may be eyeing role under Hillary Clinton, Blair Inc. author tells George Galloway

Blair may be eyeing role for Hillary Clinton, author tells George Galloway

Galloway says Tony Blair's recent focus on charity would enable him to conceal his 'despot' advisory roles if he entered the House of Lords

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