Silkie Carlo has said that GCHQ have programmes that can collate “the web browsing histories of every visible user of the internet” as the European Court found the Government’s mass surveillance violated human rights.
Anna Williamson, an author and presenter has said that we “expect the men to cheat” but that women “have to expect some heat” as an open letter has published condemning the treatment of Carrie Symonds, a woman who is at the centre of allegations about Boris Johnson’s private life.
James Cleverly, the Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party asked talkRADIO’s James Whale who he would put money on for a running race, Usain Bolt or Mo Farah to explain why “there is no point now speculating who the best leader is going to be until we know what the challenges are”.
Robert Halfon MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer that 'Corbynistas' encourage aggression against Conservatives
The approach on Jacob Rees-Mogg's children by protestors was "a really, really scummy thing to do" Neil Coyle MP has said.
The Labour MP accused the "establishment" of putting a “black mark” against Corbyn in his three years in charge.
Professor Ray Jones has said that we should not be teaching our children “it is okay to hit out at other people” by smacking them as psychologists call for smacking of children in the family home to be outlawed due to the effect it can have on their mental health.
Lizzie Cundy has said that Russian President Vladimir Putin had “a strange face” and looked like he had “a hair transplant" when she met the Russian leader.
Jacob Rees-Mogg and his family were confronted by protestors outside their London home.
Anjem Choudary is expected to be freed from prison next month, says Prison Minister Rory Stewart
The chair of the Black British Business Awards says the Serena Williams caricature features "racist iconography" that "can't be ignored"
TalkRADIO’s Matthew Wright has said he cannot “work out how you can caricature someone without exaggerating their features” but guest Sanjeev Bhaskar thinks “it has to be a conscious” decision.
TalkRADIO’s Cristo Foufas has said that “we are utter hypocrites as a nation” when it comes to trading with nations who have poor human rights records.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s former bodyguard and Chief of the National Guard has challenged opposition leader Alexei Navalny to a duel.
Julia Hartley-Brewer wrote off South Yorkshire Police's campaign to get people to report 'non-crime' hate incidents as the 'hurty feeling helpline'
Peter Bone MP tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that there is no alternative to Theresa May's Chequers deal
talkRADIO's Mike Graham and George Galloway discuss whether Boris Johnson's love life will affect his chances of Conservative leadership, and Graham speculates that he leaked the story of his alleged affair himself
Dawn Butler has said that Boris Johnson has taken a leaf out of Donald Trump’s “rulebook” and “it is dangerous”.
Sophia Gaston from the Henry Jackson Society has said that the Sweden Democrats have “utterly shaped the agenda” of the Swedish General Election.
Andrew Bridgen came to the defence of the former Foreign Secretary after his "suicide vest" Brexit comments.
The MP came to the defence of Jeremy Corbyn after Tony Blair said Labour had become a 'different party'.
Peter Tatchell has said that India legalising same sex relations will have an impact “all across the region”.
Sir Vince Cable has said that he worries about Boris Johnson’s politics and him “dabbling in identity politics associated with Steve Bannon” but that “it has nothing to do with his sex life”.
Sir Andrew Wood, a former British ambassador to Russia has said that it is not possible to know whether President Vladimir Putin “personally ordered, rather than gave a general authorisation” but “there is no doubt that he is overall responsible”.
The Archbishop of Canterbury called for fundamental changes to the economy saying that the “economy is not just for everyone”.
Tom Tugendhat, the chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee has said that the UK needs to “hit Putin where it hurts” and that the Salisbury attack “is a threat to the world order”, despite Theresa May not explicitly implicating the Kremlin for the attack.
Chris Phillips has said that “countries around the world will come together” but that “forcing Russia to expel the people back to the UK is not going to happen”.
Former Kremlin advisor Alexander Nekrassov has claimed that the two Novichok suspects could be “rogue agents or could be working for some very influential rich person”, despite Theresa May telling MPs the investigation concluded the two suspects are members of the GRU, Russia's military intelligence service.
The suspects in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal were named as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov. Theresa May detailed the charges against them in a speech to the House of Commons
Laura Perrins has said that the call for MPs to vote to make misogyny a hate crime would “inevitably have to be extended to misandry” because the system cannot only consider “hate against women an aggravating factor”.
The Greater Manchester Mayor believes that the Article 50 negotiation period should be extended beyond March 2019
Jeremy Corbyn refused to answer whether the Labour Party will accept the full IHRA definition of antisemitism as he entered the party's headquarters
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.