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Monday, August 19, 2019

Monday, August 19, 2019

Sir Roger Gale: Dismissing leaked Brexit report ‘sheer folly’

Sir Roger Gale: Dismissing leaked Brexit report ‘sheer folly’

He said a leaked government document that predicted the worst case scenarios of a no-deal Brexit is 'not helpful', but its findings should not be dismissed.

Friday, August 16, 2019

Friday, August 16, 2019

Shop assistant caught stealing £16k from till

Shop assistant caught stealing £16k from till

A Boots shop assistant sentenced after being caught stealing more than £16,000 from the till.

Cricket Board to review transgender policy

Cricket Board to review transgender policy

The England and Wales Cricket Board is reviewing its transgender policy but a women's campaigner says the rules are "simply not fair".

Knife attacker ‘wanted to kill English people’

Knife attacker ‘wanted to kill English people’

A man embarked on a mission to 'kill English people” has been jailed for 21 years for attempted murder.

Tom Brake: ‘More potential’ for Clarke or Harman leadership

Tom Brake: ‘More potential’ for Clarke or Harman leadership

The Liberal Democrat said Jeremy Corbyn will not be able to secure enough support to lead an emergency government.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Stewart Jackson: Tories who support Corbyn would ‘blow up’ careers

Stewart Jackson: Tories who support Corbyn would ‘blow up’ careers

The former adviser to the ex-Brexit Secretary has warned that if Tory rebels side with Jeremy Corbyn they will "blow up their careers".

Sarah Wollaston joins Liberal Democrats to fight Brexit

Sarah Wollaston joins Liberal Democrats to fight Brexit

The former Tory and Change UK MP has joined the Liberal Democrats because they offer the "best way" to fight against Brexit.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Call-centre staff 'told to mislead fraud victims'

Call-centre staff 'told to mislead fraud victims'

An investigation by The Times suggests call-centre workers at Action Fraud are misleading fraud victims

Martin Daubney: We are seeing ‘Brexit’s darkest hour’

Martin Daubney: We are seeing ‘Brexit’s darkest hour’

The Brexit Party MEP has vowed to combat any moves to prevent Britain leaving the European Union on October 31.

John Bercow vows to fight against attempt to suspend Parliament

John Bercow vows to fight against attempt to suspend Parliament

MPs react to comments from Speaker John Bercow saying he will "fight with every breath" to stop Boris Johnson suspending Parliament.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Judge agrees to fast-track Brexit legal challenge

Judge agrees to fast-track Brexit legal challenge

A judge has agreed to fast-track a hearing for the legal bid to stop the PM suspending Parliament, setting the date for September 6.

Donald Trump wants UK trade deal ‘as soon as possible’

Donald Trump wants UK trade deal ‘as soon as possible’

The US president is hoping for a successful Brexit as his adviser says the UK is at the "front of the line" for a US trade deal.

Monday, August 12, 2019

Monday, August 12, 2019

Caroline Lucas apologises for all-white ‘emergency Cabinet’

Caroline Lucas apologises for all-white ‘emergency Cabinet’

She apologised for creating an ‘all-white’ list of female politicians to form an ‘emergency Cabinet’ that can oppose a no-deal Brexit.

Axe-wielding robbery gang jailed for a total of 60 years

Axe-wielding robbery gang jailed for a total of 60 years

The gang were caught on camera attacking a security guard before making off with £75,000.

Still time to avoid no deal Brexit ‘chaos’

Still time to avoid no deal Brexit ‘chaos’

Justice secretary Robert Buckland says there is still time to avoid the 'chaos' of a no-deal Brexit.

Politicians attacked over Epstein conspiracy theories

Politicians attacked over Epstein conspiracy theories

Social media has been inundated with conspiracy theories following the death of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Friday, August 9, 2019

Friday, August 9, 2019

Brendan O’Neill: UN climate report ‘typical green miserablism’

Brendan O’Neill: UN climate report ‘typical green miserablism’

The Spiked Online editor slammed a new UN report calling for consumers to switch to more plant-based diets.

Annunziata Rees-Mogg: 'Brexit Party exists to keep politics honest'

Annunziata Rees-Mogg: 'Brexit Party exists to keep politics honest'

The Brexit Party MEP said her party existed to hold politicians to account, and "return faith in the democratic system".

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Fans recreate Beatles' Abbey Road cover on 50th anniversary

Fans recreate Beatles' Abbey Road cover on 50th anniversary

Hundreds of music fans have descended on north London's most famous zebra crossing to recreate a Beatles' album cover.

Stab victim's mother: 'Peaky Blinders contributor to knife crime'

Stab victim's mother: 'Peaky Blinders contributor to knife crime'

A mother has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that shows like Peaky Blinders contribute to the "negative imagery" influencing youngsters.

Sir Malcolm Rifkind: Post-Brexit election would be 'ludicrous'

Sir Malcolm Rifkind: Post-Brexit election would be 'ludicrous'

The ex-Foreign Secretary said a general election after October 31 would be pointless.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

‘Catastrophic’ failures in counter terrorism intelligence

'Catastrophic’ failures in counter terrorism intelligence

Former Met Police Chief Superintendent Dal Babu said police play a 'very small part in terrorism'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: Calorie tax would be 'self-flagellation'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: Calorie tax would be 'self-flagellation'

The talkRADIO host got in a heated debate with a campaigner calling on the government to introduce a tax on companies that produce high-calorie food.

Mark Francois: Labour-SNP pact ‘transparent and ridiculous’

Mark Francois: Labour-SNP pact ‘transparent and ridiculous’

The Tory MP told talkRADIO that an alliance between the two parties in an effort to oust Boris Johnson would be "ridiculous".

Whaley Bridge: Fifty households deemed safe to return to

Whaley Bridge: Fifty households deemed safe to return to

Thousands of people in the Derbyshire town were forced to evacuate their homes last Thursday over fears a damaged dam wall could burst.

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

British Airways flight evacuated as cabin fills with smoke

British Airways flight evacuated as cabin fills with smoke

Three passengers were taken to hospital as a precaution after being forced to evacuate the smoke-filled jet.

Lord Adonis: 'Staying in the EU is in Britain's best interests'

Lord Adonis: 'Staying in the EU is in Britain's best interests'

The Labour peer has insisted that stopping Brexit is "the best thing for us to do as a country".

EU believes Britain is 'not prepared' to leave with no deal

EU believes Britain is 'not prepared' to leave with no deal

Tory MP David Davis said EU officials believed Britain was bluffing about being ready to leave without a deal on October 31.

Monday, August 5, 2019

Monday, August 5, 2019

Jon Snow cleared over 'white people' Brexit broadcast

Jon Snow cleared over 'white people' Brexit broadcast

The journalist has been cleared of breaching broadcast standards after he said he had “never seen so many white people in one place”.

Chuka Umunna: Corbyn 'flunked' opportunity to trigger election

Chuka Umunna: Corbyn 'flunked' opportunity to trigger election

The Liberal Democrat MP said the Labour leader had been "appallingly bad" at holding the government to account.

Ohio governor heckled at vigil for mass shooting victims

Ohio governor heckled at vigil for mass shooting victims

Chants of "do something" broke out at a vigil honouring the nine people killed by a gunman who opened fire on revellers in Dayton, Ohio.

Friday, August 2, 2019

Friday, August 2, 2019

Femi Oluwole: 'I won’t let Boris Johnson destroy our future'

Femi Oluwole: 'I won’t let Boris Johnson destroy our future'

The remain campaigner has delivered a letter to Boris Johnson that said he rejected “your Brexit, your values, and your lies”.

Christine Jardine: 'Simple solution to Brexit is to cancel it'

Christine Jardine: 'Simple solution to Brexit is to cancel it'

Lib Dem MP Christine Jardine came to blows with talkRADIO’s Mike Graham for claiming the "simple solution" to Brexit is to stop it.

New footage released in north London stabbing case

New footage released in north London stabbing case

Police have released new footage of the getaway car believed to have been driven by those who stabbed and killed a man in north London.

Arlene Foster: DUP will support Johnson despite by-election loss

Arlene Foster: DUP will support Johnson despite by-election loss

The DUP leader said the Conservatives' loss in the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election does not affect her party's pledge to support the government.

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Piers Corbyn: Met Office guilty of ‘climate fraud’

Piers Corbyn: Met Office guilty of ‘climate fraud’

Astrophysicist Piers Corbyn says Met Office research that shows rising planet temperatures is "completely dishonest."

Kate Hoey: Boris Johnson has already made progress on the backstop

Kate Hoey: Boris Johnson has already made progress on the backstop

She said the Prime Minister's clear stance on the Irish backstop has “moved on” the issue since he took power.

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Global warming ‘very likely to accelerate’, says professor

Global warming ‘very likely to accelerate’, says professor

Dr Michael Byrne has told talkRADIO that global warming will "very likely accelerate" in response to a new UK climate report.

Julia Hartley-Brewer dubs environmentalists ‘doomsday cult’

Julia Hartley-Brewer dubs environmentalists ‘doomsday cult’

The talkRADIO host called climate change activists members of a “doomsday cult” in a fiery debate with Green Party peer Baroness Jenny Jones.

Claudia's Law for families of missing people comes into force

Claudia's Law for families of missing people comes into force

The law allows families of missing people to take control of their loved one's financial affairs.

Kit Malthouse calls for increase in stop and search

Kit Malthouse calls for increase in stop and search

He said a rise in knife crime can be combatted with an increase in stop and search in concert with Boris Johnson’s police recruiting drive.

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Police acted 'unlawfully' in Carl Beech case, says former judge

Police acted 'unlawfully' in Carl Beech case, says former judge

An ex-High Court judge said he believes police officers acted "unlawfully" to obtain search warrants for the homes of alleged abusers.

Alastair Campbell: Corbyn cannot lead Labour into power

Alastair Campbell: Corbyn cannot lead Labour into power

The former Labour adviser has questioned “where the hell have the Labour Party been” since Boris Johnson took power.

Monday, July 29, 2019

Monday, July 29, 2019

Warehouse worker threatened with gun during robbery

Warehouse worker threatened with gun during robbery

CCTV footage has been released of a warehouse worker being tied to a chair and held at gunpoint during a robbery.

Britain to legalise cannabis 'within 15 years'

Britain to legalise cannabis 'within 15 years'

Liberal Democrat Sir Norman Lamb has predicted that cannabis will be legalised in the UK following a cross-party research trip to Canada.

Breakfast means Breakfast for 'Maybot' waitress

Breakfast means Breakfast for 'Maybot' waitress

Breakfast means Breakfast for Europe's first robotic waitress, who is being trialled at The Tea Terrace in London.

Police investigate Gay Pride ‘hate crime’

Police investigate Gay Pride ‘hate crime’

Police are investigating after a Muslim woman in a niqab hurled abuse at Gay Pride marchers in Walthamstow at the weekend.

Tracey Crouch: Why I turned down Cabinet role

Tracey Crouch: Why I turned down Cabinet role

She delayed her ascension to the cabinet to spend more time with her three-year-old son.

Britain ‘at the front of the queue’ for US trade deal

Britain ‘at the front of the queue’ for US trade deal

The Foreign Secretary spoke to talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer about the global trade deals he is looking at for the UK.

Friday, July 26, 2019

Friday, July 26, 2019

Annunziata Rees-Mogg not ready to support ‘blustery’ Boris

Annunziata Rees-Mogg not ready to support ‘blustery’ Boris

She is glad Boris Johnson “actually believes in Brexit” but is not yet ready to endorse the new Prime Minister

Julia and health chief clash over ‘state-controlled supermarkets’

Julia and health chief clash over ‘state-controlled supermarkets’

talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer accused Shirley Cramer of "communist Russia stuff" for calling for more control over supermarket layouts.

Jacob Rees-Mogg: No certainty of an October 31 Brexit

Jacob Rees-Mogg: No certainty of an October 31 Brexit

The House of Commons leader said a delay to Brexit was "highly unlikely", but he refused to rule out the possibility.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Thursday, July 25, 2019

SNP's Ian Blackford dubs Boris Johnson UK's 'last Prime Minister'

SNP's Ian Blackford dubs Boris Johnson UK's 'last Prime Minister'

Ian Blackford has branded Boris Johnson the “last Prime Minister of the UK” in Mr Johnson’s first Prime Minister’s Questions as leader.

Gang that held knife to baby’s throat jailed

Gang that held knife to baby’s throat jailed

Four men who forced their way into a house and held a knife to a baby's throat have been jailed.

Iain Duncan Smith: Boris's cabinet has ‘nowhere to hide’

Iain Duncan Smith: Boris's cabinet has ‘nowhere to hide’

There are no excuses if the new Cabinet fail to deliver Brexit, former Tory Party leader Iain Duncan Smith has said.

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