Video

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Jeremy Corbyn will lose "hundreds of thousands" of young voters if he lets them down on Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn will lose 'hundreds of thousands' of young voters if he lets them down on Brexit, says anti-Brexit campaigner

Corbyn will lose 'thousands' of young voters if he lets them down on Brexit

Will Dry, co-President of Our Future Our Choice has said that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will lose young voters in the next general election if he “lets down the hundreds of thousands of young people” on Brexit.

Nicky Morgan MP

Nicky Morgan MP: The country is ‘horror-struck’ at Parliament’s handling of Brexit

Nicky Morgan MP: The country is ‘horror-struck’ at Parliament over Brexit

Conservative MP Nicky Morgan has said that people are "horror-struck" at Parliament over its handling of Brexit, as Theresa May suffered a major defeat on her Brexit deal on Tuesday night. 

No-confidence vote: Jeremy Corbyn rules out Labour support for no-deal Brexit

No-confidence vote: Jeremy Corbyn rules out Labour support for no-deal Brexit

No-confidence vote: Jeremy Corbyn rules out Labour support for no-deal Brexit

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that the party will not support no-deal Brexit, after MP David Lammy asked him to rule out the option during the leader’s motion of no confidence.

Theresa May rules out revoking Article 50 in PMQs as she and Jeremy Corbyn trade insults

Theresa May rules out revoking Article 50 in PMQs as she and Jeremy Corbyn trade insults

May rules out revoking Article 50 in PMQs as she and Corbyn trade insults

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn traded strong words during the first Prime Minister's Questions after May's defeat over her Brexit deal

People’s Vote is 'massively problematic' but it is the MPs' fault for not 'getting deal through', says campaigner

People’s Vote is 'massively problematic' but it is the MPs' fault for not 'getting deal through', says campaigner

People’s Vote is 'massively problematic' but it is MPs' fault, says campaigner

Lara Spirit, co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice has said that it is not their "fault" for campaigning for a People's Vote but that the issue was with MPs for failing to pass a deal. 

Arlene Foster

Arlene Foster: 'That toxic backstop cannot have our support'

Arlene Foster: 'That toxic backstop cannot have our support'

The DUP leader told talkRADIO she was "disappointed" in the Prime Minister for not asking the EU to "get rid" of the backstop clause ahead of yesterday's meaningful vote.

Tim Martin: 'Nothing personal, Mrs May, but I think you're quite strange'

Tim Martin: 'Nothing personal, Mrs May, but I think you're quite strange'

Tim Martin: 'Nothing personal, Mrs May, but I think you're quite strange'

Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin said he thinks Theresa May is 'strange' for her approach to Brexit

John McDonnell refuses to rule out further confidence votes

John McDonnell refuses to rule out further confidence votes

John McDonnell refuses to rule out further confidence votes

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said that Labour could call further confidence votes in the government if Theresa May wins the one tabled by Jeremy Corbyn on Wednesday

Bath Leisure Centre

Leisure centre director defends unisex changing rooms after complaints about 'naked men'

Leisure centre director defends unisex changing rooms after 'naked men' reports

A leisure centre director has dismissed reports that men have been "parading around naked" in Bath Sports and Leisure Centre's new unisex changing rooms.

Sir John Redwood will support May despite deal being 'worse than staying in the EU'

Sir John Redwood will support May despite deal being 'worse than staying in the EU'

Sir John Redwood will support May despite deal being 'worse than staying in EU'

Conservative MP John Redwood explains why he will support Theresa May in a confidence vote despite opposing her Brexit deal

Lord Adonis says Theresa May's best option is to revoke Article 50

Lord Adonis says Theresa May's best option is to revoke Article 50

Lord Adonis says Theresa May's best option is to revoke Article 50

Labour peer Lord Adonis says that Theresa May should revoke Article 50 due to the divisions over Brexit in the Conversative party

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Nigel Farage hopes Theresa May gets a 'walloping' and defends controversial immigration poster from 2016

Nigel Farage hopes Theresa May gets a 'walloping' in meaningful vote

Nigel Farage told Eamonn Holmes he wanted Theresa May's Brexit deal to be defeated as it would keep the UK 'half in and half out' of the UK

Jacob Rees-Mogg

Jacob Rees-Mogg: MPs against no-deal Brexit have 'selective memories'

Jacob Rees-Mogg: MPs against no-deal Brexit have 'selective memories'

The politician claimed MPs who were against a no-deal had forgotten voting for the UK to leave without a deal by default if no deal had been agreed to.

Kate Hoey MP: Amendments on Theresa May’s deal are ‘meaningless’

Kate Hoey MP: Amendments on Theresa May’s deal are ‘meaningless’

Kate Hoey MP: Amendments on Theresa May’s deal are ‘meaningless’

Labour’s Kate Hoey has said that all the amendments on Theresa May’s Brexit deal are “meaningless” because they do not change the “legal status of the agreement”.

Dominic Raab: ‘Britain can do better’ than Theresa May’s Brexit deal

Dominic Raab: ‘Britain can do better’ than Theresa May’s Brexit deal

Dominic Raab: ‘Britain can do better’ than Theresa May’s Brexit deal

Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has said that “Britain can do better” than the Prime Minister’s deal on leaving the European Union.

Monday, January 14, 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019

Scented candle

Gove's war on scented candles 'ducks the issue' of major causes of air pollution, says Green Party co-leader

Gove's war on scented candles 'ducks the issue' of major causes of air pollution

Green Party co-leader, Jonathan Bartley, has accused Michael Gove's Clean Air Strategy of avoiding the major causes of air pollution, by focusing on scented candles and wood-burning stoves.

Waltham Forest

Waltham Forest culture festival 'not a panacea for societal problems facing urban Britain'

Waltham Forest culture festival 'not a panacea for societal problems'

Organisers of an event celebrating Waltham Forest's status as a London Borough of Culture have defended the event, after coming under fire for holding celebrations in the same week a 14-year-old was killed in the area.

Andrew Bridgen MP: ‘It is Parliament versus the people’ as MPs prepare to vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal

Andrew Bridgen MP: ‘It is Parliament versus the people’ as MPs prepare to vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal

Andrew Bridgen MP: ‘It is Parliament versus the people’

Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has said that it is “Parliament versus the people” as MPs prepare to vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit proposals on Tuesday.

Southwark Protest

London minicab drivers block major road in protest against Sadiq Khan's congestion charge

Minicab drivers block major road in protest against £11.50 congestion charge

Private hire drivers have blocked a major road in Southwark in protest against an £11.50 charge for driving in central London.

Liam Fox: MPs feel “honour-bound” to stick to their initial Brexit decision

Liam Fox: MPs feel 'honour-bound' to stick to their initial Brexit decision

Liam Fox: MPs feel 'honour-bound' to stick to their initial Brexit decision

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said that MPs feel “honour-bound” to stick to their “initial decision” on Brexit, despite the “terrible backlash” some MPs will face if there is no Brexit.

Esther McVey MP: Theresa May’s deal is the ‘most dangerous path to go along’

Esther McVey MP: Theresa May’s deal is the ‘most dangerous path to go along’

Esther McVey MP: Theresa May’s deal is the ‘most dangerous path to go along’

Former Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey has said that that Theresa May’s deal is the “most dangerous” because it will break up the “UK union” between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Friday, January 11, 2019

Diane Abbott

Diane Abbott: Labour is 'committed' to honouring Brexit vote

Diane Abbott: Labour is 'committed' to honouring Brexit vote

The Shadow Home Secretary has insisted Labour is "committed to honouring" the Brexit vote despite backbench warnings that it will "damage" the communities they represent.

Richard Harrington

'In the event of a hard Brexit would I resign? The answer is yes', says Business Minister

'In the event of a hard Brexit would I resign? The answer is yes'

The Business Minister told James Whale he is standing by his decision to resign in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Peta Credlin

Jeremy Corbyn is 'socialist to his entrails', says Peta Credlin

Jeremy Corbyn is 'socialist to his entrails', says Peta Credlin

The ex-chief of staff to former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said having Jeremy Corbyn in power "would be diabolical".

Alastair Campbell

'Appeasing Rees-Mogg has left Theresa May in a mess', says Alastair Campbell

Alastair Campbell: 'Appeasing Rees-Mogg has left Theresa May in a mess'

The former Number 10 spin doctor has accused the Prime Minister of trying to appease her own MPs rather than attempting to "bring the country together".

Peter Bone

Peter Bone: 'Project Fear overplayed their hand - people are laughing at them'

Peter Bone: 'Project Fear overplayed their hand - people are laughing at them'

The Conservative MP slated the so-called 'Project Fear' campaigns, which focused firstly on the negative consequences of Brexit, and then the negative aspects of leaving the EU without a deal.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Michael Gove attacks Labour’s Brexit plans in sweary rant

Michael Gove attacks Labour’s Brexit plans in sweary rant

Michael Gove attacks Labour’s Brexit plans in sweary rant

Environment Secretary Michael Gove described the Labour Party’s Brexit plans as “bollocks” during House of Commons debate.

Former police officer warns videos by ‘paedophile hunters’ are fuelled by ‘lust for likes’ on social media

Online ‘paedophile hunters’ fuelled by ‘lust for likes’, warns former police officer

Online ‘paedophile hunters’ fuelled by ‘lust for likes’

Peter Bleksley, a former Metropolitan police officer has said that he does not have a problem with so-called ‘paedophile hunters’ but that he feels their need to live-stream confrontations as a “lust for likes and views” on social media.

Kate Hoey MP: If Theresa May does not deliver Brexit by March ‘she has no legacy’

Kate Hoey MP: If Theresa May does not deliver Brexit by March ‘she has no legacy’

Kate Hoey MP: If Theresa May does not deliver Brexit ‘she has no legacy'

Labour MP Kate Hoey has said Prime Minister Theresa May will have “no legacy” if she does not deliver some form of Brexit by the end of March.

Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage: John Bercow is 'least neutral umpire' in history of Parliament

Nigel Farage: John Bercow is 'least neutral umpire' in history of Parliament

The former UKIP leader branded the Speaker of the House of Commons the "least neutral umpire" in Parliamentary history in a heated discussion on the James Whale show.

Sammy Wilson

Sammy Wilson: 'Remainer elite' in House of Commons are trying to 'thwart' result of Brexit vote

Sammy Wilson: 'Remainer elite' are trying to 'thwart' result of Brexit vote

The DUP's Brexit spokesman has accused "remainer elite" in the House of Commons of trying to "thwart the result" of the EU referendum.

Dominic Grieve

Dominic Grieve: 'Our children and grandchildren' won't 'thank us' for leaving the EU

Dominic Grieve: 'Our children and grandchildren' won't 'thank us' for leaving EU

The MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer he thought the country would "suffer for a long time" when it exits the European Union.

Iain Duncan Smith

Iain Duncan Smith on Brexit: 'I'd rather have a deal'

Iain Duncan Smith on Brexit: 'I'd rather have a deal'

The former Conservative Party leader has revealed he wants the UK to leave the EU with a deal, but claimed negotiations have "not really begun".

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

 ‘There is a thing of being too disabled’ as an actor, says producer Adam Pearson

‘There is such a thing as too disabled’ for an actor, says producer Adam Pearson

‘There is such a thing as too disabled’ for an actor, says producer Adam Pearson

Adam Pearson, a broadcast journalist and producer has said that there is “such a thing as too disabled” when being an actor, after Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston defended playing a disabled man in his latest film.

Yvette Cooper

Power over taxes 'needs to remain with the government - not backbench MPs', says former Downing Street advisor

Power over taxes 'needs to remain with the government - not backbench MPs'

A former Downing Street advisor has aired her concerns over an amendment to the Finance Bill, which will limit the government's financial powers in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Jeremy Corbyn calls for ‘safe space’ for politicians to debate

Jeremy Corbyn calls for ‘safe space’ for politicians to debate after MP Anna Soubry was called a 'Nazi' by protesters

Jeremy Corbyn calls for ‘safe space’ for politicians to debate

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a “safe space” for political debate, after pro-Remain MP Anna Soubry was confronted by protesters outside of Parliament and called a “Nazi”.

Commuter captures 'Heathrow drone' on camera

Commuter captures 'Heathrow drone' on camera

Commuter captures 'Heathrow drone' on camera

A man on his way home from work filmed an object in the sky he claims is the drone that grounded flights at Heathrow on Tuesday

MPs will get a vote on triggering the backstop or extending transition period if no new agreement by end of 2020

MPs will get a vote on triggering the backstop or extending transition period if no new agreement by end of 2020

MPs will get vote on triggering the backstop if no new agreement by end of 2020

Prime Minister Theresa May has assured MPs that they would get a vote on triggering the backstop, or extending the implementation period, if there is no new agreement by December 2020.

Theresa May

James Duddridge MP: Vote on Finance Bill was 'entirely meaningless'

James Duddridge MP: Vote on Finance Bill was 'entirely meaningless'

The Conservative MP claimed yesterday's vote on the Finance Bill, in which the government was defeated for the first time in over 40 years, was "entirely meaningless".

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Voting through Finance Bill amendment is 'salvo from a pea-shooter'

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Voting through Finance Bill amendment is 'salvo from a pea-shooter'

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Finance Bill amendment vote is 'salvo from a pea-shooter'

Jacob Rees-Mogg likened the actions of Tories who voted for the amendment to the Finance Bill to the tactics of Donald Trump, but admitted Brexit may not happen as planned by March 29

Nicky Morgan: 'It's MPs' responsibility to say we don't support a no deal Brexit'

Nicky Morgan: 'It's MPs' responsibility to say we don't support a no deal Brexit'

Nicky Morgan: 'It's MPs' responsibility to say we don't support no deal'

Nicky Morgan was one of the MPs who voted in favour of Labour MP Yvette Cooper's amendment to the Finance Bill, defying the government

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Anna Soubry MP: Protesters who confronted me were an 'very unpleasant, criminal bunch'

Anna Soubry MP: Protesters who confronted me were an 'very unpleasant, criminal bunch'

Anna Soubry MP: Protesters who confronted me were 'unpleasant' and 'criminal'

Conservative MP Anna Soubry described the protesters that confronted her on Monday as “criminal” and “bully-boys”, after they followed her and called her a “Nazi”.

Sajid Javid

Home Secretary 'wrong' to question whether migrants are 'genuine', says Satbir Singh

Satbir Singh: Home Secretary 'wrong' to question whether migrants are 'genuine'

The chief executive of the Joint Council for Welfare of Immigrants has said it was "wrong" of Sajid Javid to question whether migrants crossing the Channel were "genuine" asylum seekers.

Anna Soubry

Femi Oluwole: Police 'dropped the ball' when Anna Soubry faced 'heightened risk'

Femi Oluwole: Police 'dropped the ball' when Anna Soubry faced 'heightened risk'

Anti-Brexit campaigner Femi Oluwole said police had "dropped the ball" when Conservative MP Anna Soubry was confronted by angry protesters.

Brexit

John Redwood MP: Protesters outside Parliament make 'democratic conversation very difficult'

Protesters outside Parliament make 'democratic conversation very difficult'

Conservative MP John Redwood told Julia Hartley-Brewer that some groups of protesters outside Parliament were "crossing the line".

Monday, January 7, 2019

Monday, January 7, 2019

Linking obesity to willpower 'damages young women', says Badass Women presenter

Linking obesity to willpower 'damages young women', says Badass Women presenter

Linking obesity to willpower 'damages young women', says Badass Women presenter

Harriet Minter of the Badass Women's Hour clashed with a nutritionist over their views on obesity

Theresa May

Tom Brake: 'Very clear' that politicians concentrated on 'their Christmas dinners' - not Brexit

Tom Brake: Politicians concentrated on 'their Christmas dinners' - not Brexit

The Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman accused politicians across Europe of "concentrating on their Christmas dinners" rather than Brexit.

Norman Lamb

Norman Lamb: NHS is 'politically sexy' for politicians - but 'nobody focuses on social care'

NHS is 'politically sexy' for politicians - but 'nobody focuses on social care'

The former health minister has criticised a new 10-year plan for the NHS, claiming it fails to address issues faced in social care.

Friday, January 4, 2019

Friday, January 4, 2019

Ann Widdecombe says children are too young to be read a story by a drag queen

Ann Widdecombe says children are too young to be read a story by a drag queen

Ann Widdecombe says children are too young to be read a story by a drag queen

Former MP Ann Widdecombe has spoken out against a library's plans to have a drag queen read to children as part of LGBT week

Having to disclose criminal record to employers could 'legitimise discrimination', says study

Having to disclose criminal record to employers could 'legitimise discrimination', says study

Disclosing criminal record to employers could 'legitimise discrimination'

A study has claimed that employers could discriminate against applicants who disclose a criminal conviction

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Sir Bernard Jenkin: Economists 'got their maths wrong' when predicting Brexit economic crash

Sir Bernard Jenkin: Economists 'got their maths wrong' when predicting Brexit economic crash

Sir Bernard Jenkin: Economists 'wrong' when predicting Brexit economic crash

Sir Bernard Jenkin has said that economists' forecasts about Brexit having a negative effect on the UK economy could be wrong

The perception that 'all migrants want to come to Britain' is not true, says aid worker

The perception that 'all migrants want to come to Britain' is not true, says aid worker

Perception that 'all migrants want to come to UK' is not true, says aid worker

Aid worker Rob Lawrie, who works with asylum seekers in camps in France, says the perception they want to settle in the UK over other countries is 'rhetoric' fuelled by the media and controversial figures

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Theresa May 'holding a gun to country's head' over Brexit deal, says shadow transport secretary

Theresa May 'holding a gun to country's head' over Brexit deal, says shadow transport secretary

Theresa May 'holding a gun to country's head' over Brexit deal, says Labour MP

Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald said Labour would support a second referendum if an alternative Brexit deal was not presented, and criticised the rail fare hikes

Monday, December 31, 2018

Monday, December 31, 2018

Mike Doughty

Stephen Doughty MP to Mike Graham: 'You can't call me a liar on air'

Stephen Doughty MP to Mike Graham: 'You can't call me a liar on air'

Labour MP Stephen Doughty clashed with talkRADIO host Mike Graham during a debate on whether the public wanted a second EU referendum.

Friday, December 28, 2018

Friday, December 28, 2018

Prisons’ illegal phone trade puts families in ‘huge danger’, says Director of Prison Reform Trust

Prisons’ illegal phone trade puts families in ‘huge danger’, says Director of Prison Reform Trust

The illegal phone trade puts families in ‘danger’, says Prison reform expert

Peter Dawson, the Director of the Prison Reform Trust has said the new scheme to give more prisoners in-cell phones will prevent prisoners’ families becoming involved in the illegal phone trade.

Pages