Sajid Javid is expected to announce greater stop and search powers for police to prevent crimes like acid attacks.
Alan Sugar has said that “it was a bad deal” for the British public to vote to leave the EU and that no matter what the Prime Minister delivers, the public will not be happy.
Liberal Democrats leader Vince Cable has denied that he will be stepping down as leader because he does not want his party “to get into some self-indulgent leadership contest”.
Wes Streeting MP has said that the antisemitism had done “enormous damage” to Labour’s reputation but that the Conservatives “have their own problems with racism”.
Nigel Lawson has said that Boris Johnson is not “rare” in politics to be ambitious and that Theresa May has been the most “consumed by political ambition” amid claims Brexiteers are seeking to remove the Prime Minister over her Chequers plan.
The talkRADIO pair discuss Roxanne Pallett's behaviour towards Ryan Thomas in Celebrity Big Brother.
Dr Nicola Williams tells talkRADIO she's against the introduction of gender neutral toilets.
At least 80,000 people in the UK pose a sexual threat to children online, the Home Secretary is set to reveal.
Yanny Bruere, the campaigner behind the Sadiq Khan bikini blimp, says he was 'testing the boundaries of free speech' with the balloon
After former finance manager pleaded guilty to defrauding a Grenfell fund, Mike Graham has suggested hat public services may not be as concerned about their finances as the private sector
The former Mayor of London has said the former Labour whip was "shocked" by Jeremy Corbyn's leadership victory.
Frank Field resigned from the Labour Whip on Thursday over the antisemitism row.
The hacker who leaked provocative pictures of celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence received an eight month prison sentence
Grime artist Cally tells talkRADIO he was stopped and searched five times and calls for police to 'sort it out'
Stuart Napper caused controversy on Twitter after putting out a job request for a “young lad” for a roofing job, but he says he was “just trying to find a young lad to give him a decent start” and would “absolutely” take a young woman if she applied for the job.
The private company Capita, which handled the Windrush cases, had a Home Office contract that paid extra money if more people were removed from Britain, according to newly released documents.
Musician and author Dave Randall says support for Corbyn from the music industry won't be dampened by anti-Semitism allegations
Jim Portus from the South West Fish Producers Organisation has said the waters in which the scallops of harvested from are “international” so British ships are “entitled to use them.”
Pro-EU Conservative MPs are reporting sharp rises in applications to join their local parties, encouraging fears that they are being targeted by UKIP supporters in a plot to replace Theresa May with a Brexit-supporting Prime Minister.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen said Theresa May wouldn't be able to see the government through another general election
A Children's Society report revealed that around one in four 14-year-old girls self-harm.
Rocks, smoke bombs and other projectiles are reported to have been hurled at English and Scottish vessels during the confrontation in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Mike Graham has said that the UK needs to admit that the country has a problem with knife possession, after 69 people were detained by police on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon at Notting Hill Carnival.
Drew Liquerman joined Dan Wootton on the Drivetime show to discuss gun laws, and left the host almost speechless when he claimed he'd feel safer in London owning a gun
Brendan Chilton, who is the General Secretary of Labour Leave, has said Labour has “accepted” the outcome of the 2016 referendum.
Baroness Jenny Jones, a Green party Peer has said she had “no idea the government would make such a mess” of Brexit.
The talkRADIO host also called the Labour leader to sue her after an heated debate with a Jewish Voice For Labour spokesperson.
Prime Minister Theresa May joined schoolchildren in a dance when she visited a secondary school in Cape Town
Ukip leader Gerard Batten tells talkRADIO's Dan Wootton he may stand down from the party in April, and that he'd like to see Nigel Farage in parliament
Simon Johnson, chair of the Jewish Leadership Council, said Jeremy Corbyn's 2013 speech in which he said British Zionists "don't understand English irony" were unacceptable
John Redwood told Ann Widdecombe on talkRADIO that Philip Hammond's prediction that a no-deal Brexit would have 'large fiscal consequences' were inaccurate
US authorities have discovered a drug-smuggling tunnel leading from a house in Mexico to an abandoned KFC in Arizona. The building's owner, thought to be a cartel member, has been arrested
Richard Ratcliffe, the husband of imprisoned charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, praised Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt's efforts to help her case
Jeremy Corbyn made a speech at the Edinburgh TV festival detailing reforms he'd like to see made in British media
The former Brexit Secretary joined talkRADIO to discuss the UK's no-deal preparations.
Our Future, Our Choice, the youth group campaigning for a second referendum, piled boxes and medicines outside the Department of Health in a protest against Brexit stockpiling
Six years before writing his Telegraph column that mentioned burqas, Boris Johnson attended the 2012 Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Symposium and made a speech saying people should not 'unnecessarily divide' communities
Ann Widdecombe, who's standing in for Mike Graham on talkRADIO, took part in Celebrity Big Brother at the start of 2018, and spoke to fellow housemate Jess Impiazzi about their time on the show
Farage has joined up with the hard Brexit campaign group, Leave Means Leave.
Yesterday, grime artist Stormzy announced a scholarship for two black students to attend Cambridge University, and a Twitter user pointed out you're discouraged from getting a job while studying there
A Swedish woman was awarded compensation because a potential employer ended her interview early when she wouldn't shake his hand. A Sharia judge tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Muslims' decisions on physical contact should be respected
Brendan O'Neill joins Julia Hartley-Brewer to discuss the US media's mass condemnation of Donald Trump
Jeremy Corbyn has faced criticism for attending a memorial at a ceremony in Tunisia, but who is buried there and what involvement did they have with the Munich Massacre of 1972?
Labour MP Chris Williamson said the Daily Mail's claims that Jeremy Corbyn laid a wreath for Palestinian terrorists have been used to try and "demonise and undermine Jeremy Corbyn"
Sian Griffiths, Education Editor at the Times, told Julia Hartley-Brewer that being taught to pass A-level exams might not teach other life skills
Labour MP for Brigend Madeleine Moon refuses to answer Julia Hartley-Brewer's question of whether she thinks Jeremy Corbyn is fit to be Prime Minister after he was pictured at a memorial for Palestinian terrorists
Counter-terror expert Simon Trundle told Julia Hartley-Brewer that counter-terror police have an "unenviable job" identifying potential terror threats, following the Westminster car attack
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick say pedestrianisation plans for Parliament Square will be discussed after yesterday's terror attack
Josh Jackman, a reporter at LGBT+ website PinkNews, says Julia Hartley-Brewer needs to 'educate herself' on gender terms after the pair clashed over Jack Whitehall gay Disney casting
At 7.30am on August 14 a car was driven into the Houses of Parliament in London in a suspected terror attack. The suspect is in custody and has not been identified yet
Nigel Evans MP, joint executive secretary of the 1922 Committee, says the car crash in Westminster this morning should make the government consider safety measures around parliament
Simon Johnson of the Jewish Leadership Council said Jeremy Corbyn has failed to explain his presence at a 2014 memorial service at which Palestinian terrorists were honoured
Jeremy Corbyn was pictured at a cemetery in Tunisia in 2014, where a wreath was laid in memory of men associated with Palestinian terrorist organisation Black September
The founder of the free speech-promoting Academy of Ideas, Claire Fox, says Boris Johnson's column about wearing the burqa 'didn't say what people think it said' and that it shouldn't be blamed for a rise in hate crimes
The She Speaks We Hear spokesperson joined the No Nonsense Breakfast show to discuss Boris Johnson's burqa comments