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Thursday, October 3, 2019

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Annunziata Rees-Mogg: 'Give PM’s Brexit plans a chance'

Annunziata Rees-Mogg: 'Give PM’s Brexit plans a chance'

She was awaiting further details before deciding whether to support Boris Johnson’s new Brexit proposals.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Meghan Markle sues press in ‘privacy case of the century’

Meghan Markle sues press in ‘privacy case of the century’

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have launched legal action against a newspaper in a battle over privacy. TalkRADIO's Mike Graham reacts.

Diane Abbott demands apology over language debate

Diane Abbott demands apology over language debate

The Foreign Secretary called for "zero tolerance" of abuse against MPs as he faced questions from the shadow home secretary in Parliament.

Liz Truss: Trade deals could be locked in ‘within months’

Liz Truss: Trade deals could be locked in ‘within months’

She said can make a deal with allies including Australia, Japan and the United States “within months” once Britain leaves the EU.

James Cleverly: New Brexit deal will ‘flush out’ remainer MPs

James Cleverly: New Brexit deal will ‘flush out’ remainer MPs

He said forthcoming Brexit proposals will show which MPs are trying to prevent Britain leaving the European Union.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Wanted fugitive found guilty after three-year international hunt

Wanted fugitive found guilty after three-year international hunt

One of Britain's most wanted fugitives has been found guilty of murder after he evaded arrest across Europe for three-and-a-half years.

Sajid Javid slams no-deal Brexit ‘scaremongering’

Sajid Javid slams no-deal Brexit ‘scaremongering’

He said opposition parties have “made up” warnings the government would be forced to slash public spending in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

'Major' flooding traps Isle of Man residents

'Major' flooding traps Isle of Man residents

Isle of Man officials have declared a "major incident" as they work against torrents of floodwater coming from a burst river.

Boris Johnson tells talkRADIO he will ‘obey the law’ on Benn Act

Boris Johnson tells talkRADIO he will ‘obey the law’ on Benn Act

He told talkRADIO he would “stick to the constitution” ahead of an October 19 Brexit deal deadline.

Monday, September 30, 2019

Monday, September 30, 2019

Richard Tice: Government ‘puppets’ will not meet Brexit deadline

Richard Tice: Government ‘puppets’ will not meet Brexit deadline

The Brexit Party Chairman has said in "reality", Britain will not leave the EU by October 31 as Number 10 continues to reject a party pact.

Friday, September 27, 2019

Friday, September 27, 2019

Lord Heseltine: Boris Johnson's government is 'ruthless'

Lord Heseltine: Boris Johnson's government is 'ruthless'

The ex-Conservative deputy Prime Minister said the government "will stop at nothing" to push through their policies.

Alok Sharma: Tory conference will be ‘positive and uplifting’

Alok Sharma: Tory conference will be ‘positive and uplifting’

The cabinet minister insisted the Conservative Party conference will go ahead despite MPs rejecting a parliamentary recess.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Thursday, September 26, 2019

MPs reject request for Commons break during Tory conference

MPs reject request for Commons break during Tory conference

A government request for a three-day Parliamentary recess during next week's Conservative Party conference has been rejected by MPs.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Andrea Leadsom: Labour’s neutral position ‘actually a joke’

Andrea Leadsom: Labour’s neutral position ‘actually a joke’

The Business Secretary has called Labour's neutral stance over Brexit a "joke", adding that they "cannot simply sit on the fence".

Monday, September 23, 2019

Monday, September 23, 2019

Diane Abbott 'looking forward' to Home Secretary role

Diane Abbott 'looking forward' to Home Secretary role

The Labour MP said she was confident that her party could win an election, and that she was "looking forward" to implementing new policies.

John McDonnell brands Lib Dems ‘extreme right-wing austerity party’

John McDonnell brands Lib Dems ‘extreme right-wing austerity party’

The shadow chancellor has slammed the Lib Dems as an "extreme right-wing austerity party", saying their Brexit policy is "unacceptable".

John McTernan: Labour conference like a 'throwback to the 1980s'

John McTernan: Labour conference like a 'throwback to the 1980s'

Mr McTernan has said the Labour conference in Brighton is the "most disastrous and badly managed conferences" that he has ever been to..

Friday, September 20, 2019

Friday, September 20, 2019

Brexit Party abstains on vote to release Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe

Brexit Party abstains on vote to release Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe

Brexit Party MEPs abstained from a vote yesterday to demand Iran to release detained dual-nationals, including Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.

Green Party leader: 'Crazy' to deny severity of climate change

Green Party leader: 'Crazy' to deny severity of climate change

Jonathan Bartley clashed with talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer over whether children should take time off school to attend climate rallies.

Nigel Evans: Blame for no-deal Brexit would lie with Juncker

Nigel Evans: Blame for no-deal Brexit would lie with Juncker

He said European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker must consider his legacy ahead of the latest round of Brexit talks.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Brexit Party MEP: 'EU not prepared for Brexit'

Brexit Party MEP: 'EU not prepared for Brexit'

Alexandra Phillips said the European Parliament is unprepared for Britain’s imminent departure, as the October 31 deadline approaches.

EU gives Boris Johnson 12 days to set out Brexit plan

EU gives Boris Johnson 12 days to set out Brexit plan

The Finnish prime minister said the PM had until the end of September to reveal his Brexit plans - or else “it’s over”.

Iain Duncan Smith: John Major’s court appeal ‘ludicrous’

Iain Duncan Smith: John Major’s court appeal ‘ludicrous’

“The words pot and kettle do come to mind rather significantly here," he said.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Martina Anderson: Irish unity is 'solution to Brexit problem’

Martina Anderson: Irish unity is 'solution to Brexit problem’

The Sinn Fein MEP has claimed that opinion polls show "the test has been met" to trigger a poll on the reunification of Ireland.

Brexit Party MEP tells EU to ‘do one’ at European Parliament

Brexit Party MEP tells EU to ‘do one’ at European Parliament

Michael Heaver MEP told the EU "no thanks, no deal, you can do one" at the European Parliament 2020 budget session.

Nigel Farage: 'EU fears Britain’s success post-Brexit'

Nigel Farage: 'EU fears Britain’s success post-Brexit'

The Brexit Party leader said the EU's "worst nightmare" was Britain becoming more prosperous outside of the trading bloc.

Damian Green: Political debate in Supreme Court ‘feels wrong’

Damian Green: Political debate in Supreme Court ‘feels wrong’

He feels “uncomfortable” about the Supreme Court having the final say on whether Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was lawful.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Tory defector says Lib Dem conference is ‘actually democratic’

Tory defector says Lib Dem conference is ‘actually democratic’

Dr Philip Lee said he was "overwhelmed" by his welcome to the Liberal Democrats after quit the Conservatives to join the party.

Justice Secretary will ‘respect independence’ of Supreme Court

Justice Secretary will ‘respect independence’ of Supreme Court

Robert Buckland promised to abide by a Supreme Court ruling over whether Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was lawful.

Tory MPs slam Luxembourg PM for ‘grandstanding’ press conference

Tory MPs slam Luxembourg PM for ‘grandstanding’ press conference

Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel held the press conference alongside an empty podium to represent Boris Johnson.

Chuka Umunna: Revoking Article 50 is democratic

Chuka Umunna: Revoking Article 50 is democratic

He defended the Liberal Democrats’ pledge to revoke Article 50 if elected with a majority.

Monday, September 16, 2019

Monday, September 16, 2019

Weight loss guru: ‘The word fat won’t hurt you, being fat will”

Weight loss guru: ‘The word fat won’t hurt you, being fat will”

In a debate over fat shaming, Steve Miller argues that "telling the truth" is helps people lose weight and called for more "tough love".

Gareth Thomas to work with Prince Harry to tackle HIV stigma

Gareth Thomas to work with Prince Harry to tackle HIV stigma

The 45-year-old revealed he was suffering from the virus at the weekend after blackmailers threatened to expose his positive status.

Dominic Raab: Remainers will face 'reckoning' at election

Dominic Raab: Remainers will face 'reckoning' at election

The cabinet minister said MPs who have tried to “derail” Brexit will ultimately be judged by their constituents at an election.

Ann Widdecombe 'wouldn't put money' on October 31 Brexit

Ann Widdecombe 'wouldn't put money' on October 31 Brexit

The Brexit Party MEP said she was sceptical that Brexit would be delivered by Halloween.

Vince Cable: Cameron made a ‘terrible mistake’ with Brexit

Vince Cable: Cameron made a ‘terrible mistake’ with Brexit

The former Lib Dem leader said there was never a "great public demand” for a Brexit referendum.

Friday, September 13, 2019

Friday, September 13, 2019

Nigel Farage blasts BBC for treating him ‘like a war criminal’

Nigel Farage blasts BBC for treating him ‘like a war criminal’

He slammed the BBC and other “mainstream media” for their “biased” coverage of the Brexit impasse.

Andy Burnham: The North doesn't need 'dysfunctional' Westminster

Andy Burnham: The North doesn't need 'dysfunctional' Westminster

The Greater Manchester Mayor is calling for more devolution to northern regions.

Ian Blackford: Scotland not prepared to leave EU 'against will'

Ian Blackford: Scotland not prepared to leave EU 'against will'

The SNP's Westminster leader said he wants a general election to show Scotland's "determination" to stay in the EU.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Green entrepreneur launches legal action against Boris Johnson

Green entrepreneur launches legal action against Boris Johnson

Dale Vince has threatened to take Boris Johnson to court to force him to confirm he will not allow a no-deal Brexit.

'Forget Yellowhammer - staying in EU is the best contingency plan'

'Forget Yellowhammer - staying in EU is the best contingency plan'

The government should consider staying in the EU rather than making no deal contingency plans, according to Lib Dem MP Christine Jardine.

Dominic Grieve compares no deal consequences to natural disaster

Dominic Grieve compares no deal consequences to natural disaster

Tory Rebel Dominic Grieve likened the outcome of a no-deal Brexit to "a hurricane or a storm".

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Piers Corbyn: UN guilty of ‘propaganda’ with school programme

Piers Corbyn: UN guilty of ‘propaganda’ with school programme

He said it was “extremely worrying” that thousands of UK students were being taught about climate change in a free programme backed by the UN.

Fireman Sam axed as fire service mascot for not being ‘inclusive’

Fireman Sam axed as fire service mascot for not being ‘inclusive’

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue said the popular children's character was the reason "more women don't want to be firefighters".

'Drop general election talk and get on with Brexit', says Labour MP

'Drop general election talk and get on with Brexit', says Labour MP

Stephen Kinnock said the only way to solve Brexit was to secure a deal, as his party's deputy leader pushes for a second referendum.

Andrea Leadsom: 'Next Speaker must not humiliate MPs'

Andrea Leadsom: 'Next Speaker must not humiliate MPs'

The cabinet minister revealed she was "pleased to hear" John Bercow was stepping down as Commons Speaker.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Kate Hoey: 'I will stay in Parliament until Brexit is delivered'

Kate Hoey: 'I will stay in Parliament until Brexit is delivered'

The Labour MP said she would consider staying on as an MP if Britain had still not left the EU at the next election.

Labour Party ‘failed to act’ on sexual harassment allegations

Labour Party ‘failed to act’ on sexual harassment allegations

Outgoing Labour MP John Mann accused his party of failing to act on issues of sexual harassment “and worse”.

Julia Hartley-Brewer to MP: 'Ardent Brexiteer is not an insult'

Julia Hartley-Brewer to MP: 'Ardent Brexiteer is not an insult'

The talkRADIO host clashed with Labour MP Jack Dromey during a discussion about the outgoing Commons Speaker, John Bercow.

Andrew Bridgen: Parliament full of 'zombie politicians'

Andrew Bridgen: Parliament full of 'zombie politicians'

The Tory MP criticised politicians for “shenanigans and showmanship” after the political gridlock continued in Parliament last night.

Monday, September 9, 2019

Monday, September 9, 2019

Nigel Farage: Tory-Brexit Party pact would be ‘unstoppable’

Nigel Farage: Tory-Brexit Party pact would be ‘unstoppable’

The Brexit Party leader told Julia Hartley-Brewer that he would put "country before party" to resolve Brexit.

Friday, September 6, 2019

Friday, September 6, 2019

PM is ‘a hostage in Downing Street’, says family friend

PM is ‘a hostage in Downing Street’, says family friend

A friend of the Johnson family has said the Prime Minister does not have the "courage of his conviction" for the Brexit he is promoting.

Boris Johnson’s ex-boss: 'He’s less fit to be PM than my Labrador'

Boris Johnson’s ex-boss: 'He’s less fit to be PM than my Labrador'

Sir Max Hastings accused the Prime Minister of being a “fantasist” and “completely self-obsessed”.

Jacob Rees-Mogg issues apology to doctor opposed to no-deal Brexit

Jacob Rees-Mogg issues apology to doctor opposed to no-deal Brexit

The Tory MP compared Dr David Nicholl to a disgraced anti-vaxxer, after he spoke of his concerns regarding a no-deal Brexit.

Wetherspoons slashes beer prices to promote Brexit

Wetherspoons slashes beer prices to promote Brexit

The pub giant has announced the price of a pint of beer was being cut by an average of 20p in a bid to show how life might be after Brexit.

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