The opposition leader implored the government to review the Immigration Health Surcharge for NHS staff in light of the coronavirus crisis.
The PM said he is confident the UK will have a coronavirus test, track and trace system in place by June 1 after criticism from Keir Starmer.
Mike Graham has berated the Chinese government for its handling of the Covid-19 outbreak and called for economic sanctions on the state.
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The former Brexit Secretary said he is hopeful the Britain will strike a trade deal with the EU before the end of the transition period.
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland told talkRADIO that the war veteran and NHS fundraiser “epitomises the best of what it is to be British”.
Prince Charles has urged Brits to help harvest fruit and vegetables across the country, as coronavirus risks a shortage of seasonal workers.
Peter Bone criticised the Electoral Commission for its investigation of Brexit campaigners and called for the watchdog to be reviewed.
The Office for National Statistics said those without a job claiming Universal Credit rose to 2.1 million in April, up by 856k since March.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer clashed with a Bury councillor after branding the authority a “bunch of idiots” in a row over schools.
The International Trade Secretary said progress has been made to secure a post-Brexit trade deal with the US after the first round of talks.
talkRADIO’s Ian Collins has challenged Piers Corbyn on his coronavirus views after he denied that the disease had caused a pandemic.
talkRADIO's Mike Graham has strongly criticised teachers’ unions for opposing the government's phased reopening of schools next month.
Shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds said the new legislation makes overseas workers feel unwelcome and risks a shortage of NHS staff.
Chris McGovern, from Campaign for Real Education, has criticised trade unions for their opposition to the phased reopening of schools.
The EU’s chief negotiator warned that the bloc will not rush a post-Brexit trade deal, as Britain and Brussels look continue to lock horns.
Police chiefs and prosecutors have apologised after dozens of people in England and Wales were wrongly charged under new coronavirus laws.
TfL will introduce above-inflation fare rises from 2021 after receiving a £1.6 billion government bailout to tackle its slump in profits.
Columnist Brendan O’Neill said left-wing opposition to the easing of coronavirus lockdown was “victorian and so hypocritical”.
The Greater Manchester Mayor said the government’s changes to coronavirus lockdown rules were too early for northern parts of the country.
Britain will not surrender to EU demands on fisheries and a level playing field in a post-Brexit trade deal, the government has said.
Mark Wright, 23, was handed a six-month prison sentence after he coughed in an officer’s face and claimed he had coronavirus in Newcastle.
Lord Norman Lamont told talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer the UK will almost certainly face a recession following the coronavirus pandemic.
talkRADIO’s Mike Graham launched a tirade against Keir Starmer, unions and the Guardian, labelling them “naysayers and doom-mongers”.
PHE said the new blood test was “highly specific” and had an accuracy of 100 per cent in detecting people who had ever had Covid-19.
Dan Wootton has called for young people to be let out of coronavirus lockdown to "fire up the economy as soon as is humanly possible."
The Conservative MP said he is optimistic that businesses will adapt to bring employees back to work amid the coronavirus pandemic.
NI Secretary Brandon Lewis has dismissed fresh calls for an extension of the Brexit transition period amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The PM has announced £600 million for infection control in British care homes, after accusations of being “too slow” in tackling the crisis.
The Labour leader said is was "obvious" the UK stopped comparing Covid-19 death tolls once the UK's number became the highest in Europe.
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss said the UK hopes a deal with Japan will go further than the existing EU free trade agreement.
The Transport Secretary said the need for PPE differed between roles and urged operators to assess what safety measures to put in place.
Shadow transport secretary Jim McMahon said the government’s latest travel advice was “found wanting” and “left too much to chance”.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced that the government will continue to help pay wages for four more months.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer has said she is “fed up” with people comparing the value of a job with its pay grade.
talkRADIO's Mike Graham tore up the newspaper and hurled it across the studio, asking: “Exactly which part of all this do they not get?”
The Health Secretary echoed Boris Johnson’s calls for common sense as Britons get to grips with changes to the UK’s lockdown rules.
The Labour leader criticised Boris Johnson for announcing lockdown changes on television before presenting the full document to Parliament.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has said it is “yet to decide” whether or not to investigate Channel 4 for airing the remarks.
The Metropolitan Police Federation chairman has called for more government guidance on enforcing the changes to lockdown restrictions.
talkRADIO’s Mike Graham poked fun at those calling for clarity over Boris Johnson’s plans to ease the UK out of coronavirus lockdown.
The Foreign Secretary has defended the government’s conditional coronavirus lockdown exit plan, saying it would give the nation “hope”.
Mr Farage said he will continue to report on migrant boats coming to the UK, despite being accusing of breaking coronavirus lockdown rules.
The Brexit campaigner has lambasted the Electoral Commission after a case it brought against him was dropped after nearly four years.
talkRADIO’s Dan Wootton said he hopes the current Covid-19 crisis will help foster a “new greatest generation” like that of World War Two.
The Metropolitan Police have released images of men they would like to speak to in connection to a series of unrelated incidents.
talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer said: “I am so fed up with public sector workers being given credit for doing their sodding jobs.”
Priti Patel has said lockdown road restrictions at the border is partly responsible for an increase in small boats crossings from France.
Scotland's First Minister warned she will not be pressured into lifting restrictions too soon, amid reports the PM could ease some measures.
The UK will be bathed in sunshine over the VE Day bank holiday, though Brits are still told to mark the occasion at home.
New data said that people from almost all ethnic minority groups were at greater risk of dying from Covid-19 compared with white people.
Filip Golon Bednarczyk, 25, pleaded guilty to having explosives and a collection of instructions on how to make homemade bombs.
The ex-Labour adviser accused journalists of failing to reflect the UK's coronavirus crisis with the "sense of urgency" as other countries.
Officers were responding to a routine noise complaint when they were confronted by a man wielding a kitchen knife with an eight-inch blade.
As Britain's death toll became the highest in Europe, the Labour leader asked at PMQs: “How on Earth did it come to this?”