Police have identified a German sex offender as a key suspect in the case of missing Madeleine McCann, some 13 years after she disappeared.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer criticised the thousands of protesters who marched through London for not obeying social distancing rules.
Thousands of Brits have taken part in anti-racism protests across the capital in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
The Home Secretary insisted a 14-day quarantine for international arrivals to the UK is crucial, despite concerns for the travel industry.
Keir Starmer has urged Boris Johnson to address Donald Trump's response to the death of George Floyd when he next speaks to him.
The PM defended the controversial move to bring MPs back to the Commons after Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer branded it “shameful”.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has taken health minister Edward Argar to task over the government's coronavirus testing figures.
Labour’s Meg Hillier has criticised the new in person voting system in Parliament after MPs rejected calls to continue online voting.
MPs have backed plans to end online parliamentary voting during the coronavirus crisis, despite criticism of the lengthy in person process.
The Health Secretary said that a Public Health England report shows that being from a minority ethnic background increases the risk of contracting coronavirus.
Dominic Raab said the UK will provide a “pathway to citizenship” to certain Hong Kong nationals if China passes a controversial new law.
The ex-Tory MP has criticised the government’s plan to impose a 14-day quarantine on international arrivals to stop the spread of Codvid-19.
The US president has threatened to deploy military force to quell unrest, as protests and riots continue over police brutality.
The former director general of the CBI is in favour of a quicker exit from lockdown in order to limit the impact on the economy.
Chris Hobbs said lockdown was "not the time" to protest after thousands marched across London to demand justice for George Floyd.
Schoolchildren have begun the gradual return to the classroom as the government’s changes to lockdown rules come into force today.
It comes as violent protests continue in response to the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody.
British Transport Police have said a spitting incident at London's Victoria Station did not lead to Belly Mujinga’s death from Covid-19.
Unrest continues in the US after three days of violent protests over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody in Minnesota.
Environment Secretary George Eustice has said coronavirus tracing has begun, after reports the system's launch was plagued with problems.
Former Labour MP Kate Hoey has compared the media’s coverage of the coronavirus pandemic to that of the Brexit debate.
Twitter has hidden a tweet posted by Donald Trump on the grounds it violated the sites ruled on glorifying violence.
Nicola Sturgeon said that from tomorrow people in Scotland can meet members of one other household outside in a group of up to eight people.
Dominic Cummings may have committed a “minor breach” of lockdown regulations but will face no further action, according to Durham police.
The White House has indicated that Donald Trump will sign an executive order targeting social media sites, following a row over free speech.
The Health Secretary denied that Dominic Cummings remaining in post will undermine the plea to follow to the new test and trace policy.
Dan said the conclusion that the Dominic Cummings coverage had not met impartiality standards showed Newsnight was a ‘left-wing operation'.
The Prime Minister said he did not think an inquiry into his aide's alleged lockdown breach was a "very good use of official time".
The European Union would allow a two-year extension to the Brexit transition period if the UK asked for one, its chief negotiator has said.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy has condemned Dominic Cummings for not apologising after being accused of breaching coronavirus rules.
The US president accused Twitter of interfering with the 2020 presidential election after it flagged his tweets with a fact-check warning.
Columnist André Walker has angrily criticised the BBC for its handling of the Dominic Cummings controversy.
talkRADIO’s Dan Wootton has said the outcry over Dominic Cummings' alleged lockdown breach was linked to his role in delivering Brexit.
talkRADIO’s Mike Graham has criticised Laura Kuenssberg, Robert Peston and Beth Rigby for their questioning of Dominic Cummings.
The Housing Secretary said the Cabinet and PM were 'fully behind' Dominic Cummings, despite lingering anger on Tory back benches.
Columnist Brendan O’Neill has lambasted journalist for their reporting of the Dominic Cummings controversy as he defended the PM's aide.
Junior minister Douglas Ross has become the first to resign from government over the fallout surrounding Boris Johnson’s chief adviser.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has called for Dominic Cummings to resign as the PM’s chief adviser, after he refused to do so yesterday.
Dominic Cummings said he did not tell Boris Johnson before driving to County Durham as he answered allegations that he breached lockdown.
The former political aide has accused the government of a "pack of lies" for defending Dominic Cummings’ alleged breach of lockdown rules.
talkRADIO’s Mike Graham condemned the Guardian, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail for criticising Dominic Cummings and Boris Johnson.
Dominic Cummings’ parents have criticised the media’s treatment of their son over allegations that he broke coronavirus lockdown rules.
talkRADIO's social media polls have shown that most people think the PM's top aide should resign after he was accused of flouting lockdown.
Plymouth Citybus has apologised after it attracted criticism for repurposing a double-decker Pride bus to show support for the NHS.
Measures will include putting up screens at bars and tables and employing full-time cleaners to regularly clean surfaces and touch points.
The Home Secretary said she was working with French government and those who accuse her of inaction "don't know what they're talking about".
Coronavirus spending meant government borrowing reached £62.1 billion in April, the highest figure for any month on record, new data shows.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has challenged the government’s decision to scrap the Immigration Health Surcharge for NHS workers.
The U-turn follows a Tory revolt over the scheme and opposition calls for the government to reconsider in light of the coronavirus crisis.
A four-phase strategy to gradually ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions could begin next week, the First Minister has said.
The Brexit Party chairman said leaving the EU will make it easier for the UK to make economic decisions in the coronavirus recovery.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has warned that Britons should be less scared of going back to work amid the coronavirus lockdown.
It comes as the number of migrants intercepted by authorities in the English Channel and brought to Dover during lockdown reached 1,000.
The mayor said studying the pattern of Covid-19 among London bus drivers would ensure every measure was taken to protect “heroic staff”.
The US president said the country's number of coronavirus cases was a “badge of honour” and reflected the country’s success in testing.