Livingstone says that putting large amounts of power in the hands of a mayor is 'how dictators work'
Rachid Nekkaz has taken a defiant stand against the laws banning the swimsuit
The political explains why he doesn't mind bad reviews of his show
The flight home for British athletes was included far more extravagance than usual. We take a look inside the cabin...
The Republican Presidential candidate claims the Clinton Foundation should be shut down over foreign donations
An airstrike by the Nigerian military claims Shekau sustained fatal wounds to the shoulders
Sophie Walker also told talkRADIO government-funded childcare should be available for all children
David James Taylor admitted violent confrontation with Wayan Sudarsa, who was found dead on a beach last week
De Bois said the EU's 'colossal structural issues' will remain long after Britain has quit the bloc
National Aids Trust claimed the NHS is using 'dog-whistle tactics' in its portrayal of a new HIV treatment
Nick DeBois called the decision by Neil Woodford, boss of Woodford Investment Management, a step in the right direction
Guardian journalist suggests the government is using sport to suggest everything is fine in the country, just like 'despicable regimes' of the past.
Sources have claimed MI5 asked the police not to convict Anjem Choudary as he was involved in their own investigation
Leadership candidate Owen Smith has revealed support for his opposition
Police say it seems woman confused the gas and the brake pedals before ploughing into crowded dancefloor
But British holidaymakers needn't worry one of Spain's most popular holiday resorts is being turned into a city of the dead
Ministry of Justice report also suggested 'cultural sensitivity' among staff towards Muslim prisoners could help stop terror hothousing
A suicide bomber killed 51 and injured 69 people in Gaziantep on Saturday night
Hundreds gathered to protest the murder of Kader, whose burned body was discovered in a forest
Mail On Sunday journalist Peter Hitchens blasted 'the fuss' Britain and other countries create around the competition
The Scottish Labour leader has announced who she is backing to lead the party
A manhunt is under way in northern Australia for three men who released crocodiles into a school during a break-in.
Guardian commentator Dave Hill tells Paul Ross that Corbyn's lack of clarity over Brexit was a key factor in Khan's decision
A study has found only 2% of NHS trusts are chaired by people from a black and minority ethnic background, while under 30% of trusts are chaired by women
There will be a parade through the streets of Manchester and another as yet unspecified event in the capital in October after the Paralympians have returned from Rio.
talkRADIO's evening presenter says Galloway might have been contacted by the police for making such remarks and condemned the media for focusing on Ant and Dec instead.
Duffy tells talkRADIO she has a 'positive vision' for British Muslims and defends her stance on a range of issues, notably Sharia law
Jon Holmes invites another lonely luncher on air to cheer up their (and our) lunchtime
But expert Annie Shaw reckons 'it's too early' to tell if this increase will curb recession
talkRADIO's breakfast presenter gives his opinion on Ricky Gervais' new film featuring David Brent as a toilet supplies salesman
Ryan Lochte, Jimmy Feigen, Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger have sparked global controversy with their claims of an armed robbery. But what exactly do we know about them?
The model cleared up the rumours of a fight between the two women after ITV's Loose Women stopped broadcasting
Statues made brief but shocking appearance in several cities, including New York and LA, before being unceremoniously removed
Jowell says 'we should respect fact our winning athletes come from right across the UK' while former London mayor Ken Livingstone backs parade
Tickled explores the sport of 'competitive endurance tickling', but the organisers didn't take too kindly to it
Amy Childs joined Paul Ross on the breakfast show to talk about her 'guilty pleasure' and rise to fame
Training expert Sheila Hamilton-Andrews said owners need to take more responsibility
Swimmers called 'fakes' and 'liars' as they board plane home from Rio
Save the Children says UN must 'wake up' and work out a way to resolve the Syrian conflict after the picture of a wounded boy on the back of an ambulance went round the world
New CCTV footage further complicates the investigation surrounding Lochte's allegation that he was robbed at gunpoint
Rear Admiral Chris Parry joins criticism of Owen Smith's suggestion that militant groups could be involved in Middle East negotiations
Justin Urquhart Stewart from Seven Investment Management discusses the fall in unemployment levels and says it's still too soon to suggest they were caused by Britain's exit from the European Union
The drone can stay in the air for 45 days, smashing the world record for an unrefuelled aircraft and allowing it to traverse the globe in the hunt for potential threats
Hickey was detained at a hotel in Rio as part of an investigation into false ticket sales
Nine year old Henry recently launched his third business, a child's online sweet shop called Not Before Tea
Paul Ross invited students to take a first look at their results live to the nation. Thankfully both got the results they wanted!
A safety letter with a stark warning has been handed out to athletes, telling them 'it's not worth the risk'
Boys got more A* grades than girls, but female students slightly out-performed their male counterparts overall