The Conservative MP claimed Britain is heading for a Brexit deal which is "an awful lot worse than Chequers".
Lord Jeffrey Archer tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he thinks the Conservatives could lose the next election
Dominic Raab suggested a deal could be finalised within three weeks, and reports suggest it would allow access to EU markets for UK service providers
Hundreds of environmental campaigners descended on London's Parliament Square to declare a "rebellion" against the government's "criminal inaction" on climate change.
Conservative MP Peter Bone referred to the chancellor of the exchequer as the "king of Brexit" during a meeting at the House of Commons.
William Sitwell has stepped down as editor of Waitrose Food magazine after coming under fire for joking about "killing vegans" in an email.
The Prime Minister defended her commitment to "tackling burning injustices" after Jeremy Corbyn claimed her concern over them had "fizzled out".
Sharon Morris, a former mental health nurse has said she was diagnosed with PTSD and still has nightmares after being attacked by a patient two years ago.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said violence against NHS staff is “shocking” but body cameras and higher penalties are being brought in to dissuade people from being violent.
Trevor Phillips said there had been a change in perception of what a hate crime is, and urged against blaming Brexit for an increase in prejudice
A new report from the Henry Jackson Society found that there had been a fourfold increase in far right attacks across the world, but the author said the biggest threat still came from Islamists
A caller on the Matthew Wright show accused journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown of disrespecting the dead over a controversial tweet she posted about Leicester City FC owner, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown has said that she has never reported social media users to the police before but, after the backlash from her latest tweet about the Leicester City owner, she will now.
Sergeant Simon Kempton has said that victims of crime saying how it will affect them has bearing on how the crime is prioritised, because forces do not have the resources to search “for stolen stuff on ebay” all day.
Police investigating the disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh, which has not been solved, search a garden in the West Midlands
Damian Collins said the Budget will make things fairer for small businesses and ensure tech giants pay the right amount of tax
Former defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon said he hopes to see further increases to the defence budget
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has said he knows “people have made sacrifices” for the economy, but its strong growth means the hardship “is all starting to bear fruit”.
Conservative deputy chairman James Cleverly says the Labour party's financial plans are 'pie-in-the-sky' ahead of the Autumn Budget 2018
Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was killed in a helicopter crash on Saturday night
A group of chicken-suited protestors have been dubbed "bird brained" by the Conservative MP.
Economist Julian Jessop has said that a new report suggesting Brexit could lead to up to 5,600 diet-related deaths per year is “a classic example of Project Fear”.
Our Future, Our Choice spokesman Femi Oluwole clashed with Julia Hartley-Brewer as the organisation released a report claiming a no deal Brexit would cost young people thousands
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Vice Chair Maurice McLeod has said that he did not think Astrophysics student Emily Dawes was “stupid” after the Student Union President calls for a WWI mural to be removed because it only featured "white men".
A former British Army officer has claimed the defence secretary's announcement that all military roles will be opened up to women is a "smokescreen" for a recruitment issue.
The former executive editor of the News of the World has said that granting Sir Philip Green an injunction "accelerated the likelihood" of his name being revealed publicly.
The Brexit Secretary tells an MP there 'certainly is a risk' of not getting a Brexit deal
Professor Noel Sharkey has said that it is 'nonsense' that autonomous cars can be 'concerned' and make moral decisions, after a study found that old people should be sacrificed in autonomous car crashes
A counter terrorism specialist has blamed US president Donald Trump for a spate of glass-filled pipe bombs sent to Hillary Clinton, former president Barack Obama and other prominent Democrats, as well as the CNN offices.
Activist Kate Smurthwaite has said that the use of injunctions “is only protecting the rich and powerful”, after a company boss was granted an injunction amid allegations of sexual harassment and racial abuse.
During a Commons meeting, John Bercow called EDL founder Tommy Robinson a "loathsome, obnoxious, repellant individual".
Former police officer Chris Hobbs tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that 'chaos' at Britain's borders and a potential loss of access to a crime database could mean criminals slip into the country
Jess Phillips has said she is prepared to use Parliamentary privilege to name a businessman accused of racism and sexual harassment, who has been granted an injunction.
A colleague of Jamal Khashoggi has called a photo of the journalist's son shaking hands with the Crown Prince "gross" and "disgusting".
Sarah, the organiser of swinging and fetish events has said that “everything is quite sexualised” but that she does not find porn “offensive or degrading to women”.
A former pornography business owner has claimed there is "no causative link" between watching pornography and violent crime.
Saira Khan clashes with a caller over the issue of grooming gangs and Sajid Javid's 'Asian paedophiles' tweet
The chair of the Women and Equalities Committee has claimed the government "almost ignores" sexual harassment, calling for more to be done to tackle the issue.
Conservative MP John Redwood has claimed a no-deal Brexit would be a "perfectly good outcome" and would "deliver Brexit completely".
Weyman Bennett, co-convenor of Stand Up To Racism, said budget airline Ryanair should face a "sanction" for allowing a verbally abusive man to remain on a flight
Founder of anti-Brexit campaign For Our Future’s Sake Jason Arthur has said that the People's Vote March was about preventing the UK from becoming "poorer and more isolated".
Dan Wootton clashes with People's Vote director James McGrory on the eve of the March for the Future, which will see protesters calling for a second Brexit referendum
Jacob Rees-Mogg told James Whale Brexiteers would demand a 'best of three' if a second Brexit referendum resulted in a Remain win
Former Metropolitan Police Officer Chris Hobbs has said that “police are having to backfill for” cuts to other services and that because there are not enough officers “if you stab someone, the odds are in London you are probably going to get away with it”.
talkRADIO's Mike Graham clashed with anti-Brexit campaigner Femi Oluwole, calling him a "spoilt child".
Conservative MP Priti Patel has called Air Passenger Duty "regressive" and says the government should strive for "outright abolition" of the tax.
A Fair Play for Women spokesperson has claimed legally allowing gender self-identification is "bad law".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman, Sammy Wilson, has said that the issue of the Irish border has been used as an "excuse to delay or stop" the UK leaving the European Union.
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The Conservative politician claimed that "figures at the moment" suggest the Prime Minister would win enough votes to survive a motion of no confidence.
Saudi Arabia must "play by the rules" if they want to continue a trade relationship with the UK, the director of the University of Buckingham's Centre for Security and Intelligence has said.
An Advertising Standards Agency spokesperson said the decision to ban the plastic surgery advert was not based on the number of complaints made
A spokesperson at the Transform Drug Policy Foundation says the UK is '5 years' behind.