The soon-to-be President has praised the UK as 'smart' for opting out of the EU, and savaged the German Chancellor for opening the doors to refugees
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Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker made the comments after meeting the Foreign Secretary in Washington
The Prime Minister will deliver a speech to quell accusations her government lacks an exit strategy ahead of the EU negotiations
Our presenter called out the Scottish First Minister over the SNP declaring 'a policy which implies rebuilding of Hadrian's wall with machine guns'
Oshin Shahiean, solicitor and senior immigration adviser at OTS Solicitors, says Britain is already well-protected and there's no need to panic after Berlin attack
The attack on Monday left 12 people dead and 50 people injured, and Islamic State have now claimed responsibility
The PM wants the status of EU migrants in the UK and Britons on the continent agreed early in the negotiations.
Prominent Leave campaigner Dominic Raab blasted Sir Ivan Rogers over his comments made to the BBC in October
Our host gave the MP for Harrow East a tough questioning about the UK's future prospects and the status of EU nationals
The Moors murderer recently revealed his views on Brexit - and the Metro Online referred to him as 'a high profile celebrity'
Brendan McGuigan, the Chief inspector at the Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJINI), insisted that unless the money is put forward, the families' feelings won't be dealt with at all
Dr. Taj Hargey was speaking to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Dame Louise Casey's report on segregation and social exclusion.
Last month, the High Court ruled Article 50 couldn't be triggered by Theresa May without Parliament's approval
This follows the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, warning against "division and despair" if the government's plan is to focus on money rather than people
Alex Wickham, the news editor at Guido Fawkes, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Merkel's refusal to negotiate residency rights until Article 50 is triggered
The National Crime Agency has warned International gangs of organised criminals are targeting increased numbers of young men by luring them into potentially compromising positions
The Scottish First Minister is set to lay out Scotland's options in a Brexit blueprint, as revealed in an address to the Irish Parliament
Ian Dunt and our midmorning host had a dispute over the time to negotiate a deal with the EU
The Swedish furniture giant has stated it will continue to invest in the country even after it leaves the EU
The group revealed they had been 'inundated' by messages from extremist groups supporting the protest
John McTernan came onto the show to discuss the former PM's return to political activity
Sir Andrew Wood, the former ambassador to Russia, claimed an ambassador role wouldn't suit Nigel Farage because he's 'a politician from another party representing a different point of view'
The president-elect backed Farage for the role of UK-US ambassador on the social media site
Lord Kerr said at a thinktank yesterday that the UK needs migrants because native Britons are 'so bloody stupid'
An investigation by the Independent revealed Die Wahre Religio is trying to recruit people in British cities
Gaining insight from two Paris-based experts, talkRADIO examines the divisive and charismatic leader of the Front National Party
Downing Street ruled out the possibility that Farage was going to be a special ambassador for the UK. So we have some other suggestions for him
The former head of the national counter-terrorism security office explained how the UK can't take its success at preventing terror attacks for granted.
Professor Scott Lucas explained that Donald Trump's 'protectionist' America will affect chances of a trade deal with the UK
Trump was elected in a shocking turn of events yesterday, and the world is still dealing with the fallout
After Brexit and now Trump, you'd be forgiven for wanting to get away from this fair country of ours
The UK voted to leave the European Union in June, but the fact that it isn't legally binding could be the dampening of Brexiteer hopes
Seems the French and the Germans are not happy with the British - or the English, as they seem to insist on calling us
"no-fly zones" will be imposed over jails to tackle the 'toxic cocktail' of drugs, drones and mobile phones behind bars
BBC Newsbeat kicked off a firestorm after posting a video on Twitter asking: 'Black people and fried chicken - is there any truth in it?'
The court has ruled on one of the first legal challenges to block the formal process of leaving the EU
The bright spark who created the petition probably didn't have this reaction in mind..
The fine is a result of two investigations by Ofcom
The camp of migrants on the shores at Calais began to be dismantled by the French authorities over the weekend
Andrew Mitchell said it might be necessary to intervene to stop the alleged bombing of civilians in Syria
The pop superstar and her fiance have been engaged since February
Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti today
Our guest Drivetime host got into a heated exchange with American radio host Chris Plante, and Plante's supporters were quick to air their disgust on Facebook
French president had called for Britain to step up and 'play its part' in humanitarian efforts within Calais Jungle
The Scottish medical worker was infected with the deadly virus while working in Sierra Leone in 2014 and is accused of hiding her condition from medical staff