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Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

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.

Richard Tice: Brexit Party is 'here to stay'

Richard Tice: Brexit Party is 'here to stay'

The Brexit Party chairman insisted the party would continue to influence "British politics and history".

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Kate Hoey open to Boris job offer

Kate Hoey open to Boris job offer

The Labour MP refused to rule out accepting a role from Boris Johnson.

Chuka Umunna: Threat to suspend Parliament ‘dictator-type stuff’

Chuka Umunna: Threat to suspend Parliament ‘dictator-type stuff’

Lib Dem MP Chuka Umunna has slammed Boris Johnson for refusing to rule out suspending Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.

Stanley Johnson: 'EU is throwing Ireland under a bus'

Stanley Johnson: 'EU is throwing Ireland under a bus'

The father of Britain's new Prime Minister said the EU was risking peace in Ireland by insisting on a Withdrawal Agreement "we can't agree to".

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Carl Beech case: Police were in 'post-Jimmy Savile frenzy'

Carl Beech case: Police were in 'post-Jimmy Savile frenzy'

The son of Lord Janner - the peer falsely accused of being in a murderous paedophile ring - has slammed police investigating the case.

Monday, July 22, 2019

Monday, July 22, 2019

‘Door is open’ for disaffected Labour and Tory MPs to join Lib Dems

‘Door is open’ for disaffected Labour and Tory MPs to join Lib Dems

Layla Moran said new Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson is leaving the door open to any disgruntled MPs who wish to defect to the party.

Friday, July 19, 2019

Friday, July 19, 2019

Crash during Stevenage car meet leaves 17 injured

Crash during Stevenage car meet leaves 17 injured

Seventeen people are being treated for injuries after two vehicles collided and then careened into a crowd during a car meet-up.

Labour peer: Party will never win with Corbyn in charge

Labour peer: Party will never win with Corbyn in charge

The former Labour chairman said unless Jeremy Corbyn stands down as leader the party will be “trashed” at the next election.

Teenagers jailed for 'vicious' stabbing on Southend train

Teenagers jailed for 'vicious' stabbing on Southend train

Two teenagers have been jailed after stabbing young man multiple times on a train in a "gang-related" attack.

Government rebels should step down, urges MP

Government rebels should step down, urges MP

Robert Jenrick urged ministers who chose not to vote with the government on a bill aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit to step down.

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Rod Liddle: 'No way Boris Johnson can improve Brexit deal'

Rod Liddle: 'No way Boris Johnson can improve Brexit deal'

Columnist Rod Liddle has accused Boris Johnson of failing to offer anything new on Brexit should he win the leadership race.

Boris Johnson the leader for ‘extraordinary political times’

Boris Johnson the leader for ‘extraordinary political times’

Conservative MP Robert Buckland said the party needs a leader with the “charisma and campaigning ability of Boris Johnson”.

Theresa May turned her farewell speech into ‘a bit of a whinge’

Theresa May turned her farewell speech into ‘a bit of a whinge’

The outgoing Prime Minister has left it too late to complain about the lack of compromise in politics, according to her biographer Rosa Prince.

MPs vote to block suspension of Parliament

MPs vote to block suspension of Parliament

The amendment will make it harder for the next Prime Minister to suspend Parliament to force a no-deal Brexit.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Annunziata Rees-Mogg: No Brexit will 'irreparably damage democracy'

Annunziata Rees-Mogg: No Brexit will 'irreparably damage democracy'

The Brexit Party MEP said the next Prime Minister has a "moral obligation" to leave with or without a deal.

Theresa May: 'Antisemitism will be Corbyn's legacy'

Theresa May: 'Antisemitism will be Corbyn's legacy'

The Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over their anti-racism records during a heated House of Commons debate.

Robert Winston: 'Corbyn can resign to prove he's not antisemitic'

Robert Winston: 'Corbyn can resign to prove he's not antisemitic'

The scientist is one of 67 Labour peers who took out a newspaper advert accusing the Labour Party of welcoming everyone “except Jews”.

Nick Herbert: Johnson must not ‘sweep aside’ Parliament on Brexit

Nick Herbert: Johnson must not ‘sweep aside’ Parliament on Brexit

The Conservative MP said Boris Johnson has made a “big mistake” by failing to rule out suspending Parliament in order to deliver Brexit.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Candidate for top EU job 'ready' to extend Brexit deadline

Candidate for top EU job 'ready' to extend Brexit deadline

Jean-Claude Juncker's potential successor has said she is willing to grant another extension to the Brexit deadline.

Sadiq Khan overrules plans for 'Tulip' skyscraper

Sadiq Khan overrules plans for 'Tulip' skyscraper

The London Mayor has rejected plans for a new tower dubbed the 'Tulip' that would have become the second-tallest building in western Europe.

Boris's condemnation of Trump tweets 'will not hurt trade deal'

Boris's condemnation of Trump tweets 'will not hurt trade deal'

Nigel Evans said Boris Johnson’s criticism of Donald Trump for tweets aimed at four US congresswomen should not hurt any future trade deal.

Jeremy Hunt will fight for a ‘Brexit for everybody’ as PM

Jeremy Hunt will fight for a ‘Brexit for everybody’ as PM

Conservative MP Alistair Burt has said if the Party gets Brexit wrong it will soon face the wrath of voters at a general election.

Monday, July 15, 2019

Monday, July 15, 2019

Sir Roger Gale: 'Conference clown Boris not fit to be PM'

Sir Roger Gale: 'Conference clown Boris not fit to be PM'

The Tory MP said the ability to "make people laugh" was not a desirable quality in the next inhabitant of Number 10.

Police hunt London rape suspect

Police hunt London rape suspect

Detectives have released footage of a man sought in connection with a series of rapes in north-east London.

Friday, July 12, 2019

Friday, July 12, 2019

Darren Pencille jailed for life for murdering train passenger

Darren Pencille jailed for life for murdering train passenger

A train passenger who stabbed a man 18 times after an argument has been found guilty of murder and jailed for life.

Bishops accused of abuse do not get an ‘easy ride’

Bishops accused of abuse do not get an ‘easy ride’

He is “ashamed” of the Church of England for its handling of child sexual abuse, but said he does not give accused bishops an “easy ride”.

Nursery worker who abused toddlers to be released from prison

Nursery worker who abused toddlers to be released from prison

A nursery worker who took photos of herself abusing toddlers is set to be released from prison.

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Dominic Grieve: ‘Very difficult’ to stay if Boris Johnson wins

Dominic Grieve: ‘Very difficult’ to stay if Boris Johnson wins

He doubts he could remain in the Conservative Party should Boris Johnson win the leadership race.

‘We do not believe Labour has the will to stop antisemitism’

‘We do not believe Labour has the will to stop antisemitism’

The Jewish Leadership Council does not “have confidence that the correct action is being taken” on antisemitism allegations within Labour.

Tim Martin: Tinkering with Withdrawal Agreement ‘dangerous’

Tim Martin: Tinkering with Withdrawal Agreement ‘dangerous’

The Weatherspoon boss said he is hoping for a no-deal Brexit, as the EU is “becoming undemocratic”.

Tommy Robinson jailed for nine months for contempt of court

Tommy Robinson jailed for nine months for contempt of court

He has been jailed for contempt of court for broadcasting a video on social media featuring defendants in a criminal trial.

Amber Rudd U-turns on opposition to no-deal Brexit

Amber Rudd U-turns on opposition to no-deal Brexit

The Work and Pensions Secretary has dropped her opposition to a no-deal Brexit, saying she has "accepted" leaving the EU without a deal.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Femi Oluwole: No-deal Brexit is ‘incredibly undemocratic’

Femi Oluwole: No-deal Brexit is ‘incredibly undemocratic’

He said leaving the European Union without a deal would be “incredibly undemocratic”.

Robert Winston: Amazon’s Alexa 'really quite sinister'

Robert Winston: Amazon’s Alexa 'really quite sinister'

Professor Robert Winston has raised concerns over a partnership between Amazon’s Alexa device and the NHS.

Theresa May accuses Corbyn of 'ignoring antisemitism'

Theresa May accuses Corbyn of 'ignoring antisemitism'

Theresa May said Jeremy Corbyn should start tackling antisemitism allegations inside Labour before he criticises the government.

Shard climber says stunt had 'philanthropic' purpose

Shard climber says stunt had 'philanthropic' purpose

The free climber who scaled The Shard has apologised for any disruption he caused, but insisted the feat had a "philanthropic" purpose.

Johnson and Hunt clash over future of British ambassador

Johnson and Hunt clash over future of British ambassador

The Tory leadership contenders had differing views regarding Sir Kim Darroch's future as British ambassador to Washington.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Sir David Attenborough presents climate change evidence to MPs

Sir David Attenborough presents climate change evidence to MPs

The 93-year-old naturalist told Parliament's Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee climate change will bring "social unrest".

Former British ambassador to US issues plea to email leaker

Former British ambassador to US issues plea to email leaker

Sir Christopher Meyer said the source of a leak of private government emails should "think carefully" before divulging anything else.

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