Labour MP Jo Cox was attacked and has passed away in hospital
Sir Philip Green appeared in front of a Parliamentary committee on Wednesday
A new report by the World Health Organisation claims coffee can reduce the risk of some cancers
Cliff Richard will not be prosecuted for allegations of sex abuse
The MP was told to "stop staring" by former BHS owner Sir Philip Green
Ken Borland is surprised the defence haven't asked Pistorius to walk on his stumps in court before
Matthew Todd praised the royal for being 'very responsive' to stand against homophobic bullying
Steve Rolles from drug charity Transform says drugs are a personal choice
Newstalk ZB's Natasha Jojoa-Burling warns of the dangers of eating stolen avocados...
The UKIP leader blasted 'Sir Yob Geldof' for causing 'an unseemly spectacle'
Nigel Farage brought a fleet of boats down the River Thames to urge Parliament to take control of our waters
Dr. Roger Mugford explained how safety concerns will rise after a two year-old boy was dragged into the water by an alligator
Ken Livingstone has refused to apologise for comments he made about Hitler
The actor chatted with Paul Ross about his projects past and present
The singer chatted to Paul Ross about his new album
David Gill, Usdaw union's national officer, says we need to safeguard more jobs
The Big Brother contestant claims the video released of him and his ex-girlfriend doesn't show the full story
The talkRADIO host explains how he believes the show is still relevant
Shona Wilkinson warns choice of food, busy lifestyles and lack of soil nutrients are affecting our health
The Sun's front page today urged readers to vote Leave
Both a Muslim and gay man, Dhunna has called for religious and LGBT groups to communicate better
Tom Mludzinski from pollsters ComRes explains how 'it's not always good news if polls are newsworthy'
Jane Brewin calls for more to be done to prevent miscarriages
Our Saturday afternoon presenter says John Whittingdale doesn't know what the British public want to watch
The writer was supportive of the London Mayor's vow to stop body shaming adverts on the London Underground
The tech giant is making announcements at the Worldwide Developers Conference
Mark Palios says there are a lot of questions to be asked about the organisation of Euro 2016
Panmure Gordon's David Buik says 'he's got to go' to the meeting
Nigel Adderley says the trouble could have been prevented
Gay rights activist condemns 'shocking and outrageous' Orlando attack
Bryn Lucas tells of disorder both inside and outside the stadium
A Canadian study has discovered a route to minimising the impact of the neurological disease
The songstress performed a live set with her own original song for our afternoon presenter
Sir Michael Wilshaw says testing students at age 14 will help improve standards
'I was fed up with the way the beauty industry ignored me as a 65-year-old woman,' says online businesswoman
Child-loss charity says inquiries into stillbirth "are not being done right if parents aren't involved"
Jon Platt said the council's decision will cost 'hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money'
Managing director Johnny Rich says more teaching can sometimes hinder learning at university
The member for Bassetlaw says exiting the EU is the right choice for Britain's working class
Sam Dick, from pressure group Dignity in Dying, says it is unfair that loved ones feel 'like criminals' for helping to end suffering
The double world champion, and former Strictly runner-up, wants Britons to pedal their way to health and fitness
Britain's first pro gamer says the internet has changed everything
Intellectual property specialist questions the need for legal action
talkSPORT's Reece is the obvious choice for the latest celebrity gossip
Former police officer Peter Bleksley advises fans at the football tournament to enjoy themselves while staying vigilant
Barrister John Harrison describes innocent man's sexual risk order as "intrusive and ridiculous"
Cyber specialist Graeme Batsman insists that artificial intelligence won't be taking over the planet just yet
Food Britannia author Andrew Webb says the online giant's entry into the market will prove a "game changer" for other stores
The businessman and political donor says he'll force a judicial review if government extend voter registration deadline