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Hyer's Highlights: Brexit Resignations

In the last eight months, the British Government has been rocked by seven Cabinet resignations.

Hyer's Highlights: Brexit Resignations

In the last eight months, the Government has been rocked by seven Cabinet resignations.

The most recent are Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, which followed the departure of his colleague, Brexit Secretary David Davis just hours earlier, both in reaction to Theresa May’s compromise on the UK’s negotiation stance after a long meeting at Chequers (the Prime Minister's country house).


Although this brings further instability to the government, on Benji Hyer's Sunday radio show, listener Carly feels that if the UK “can now go in with a pro-active, strong negotiator with a plan”, then this could be a positive outcome for Theresa May. Benji agrees that if the Prime Minister sticks to her guns, them she could emerge from this turbulent week even stronger.

However, since the show aired, May has caved in to Conservative hard-line Brexiteers by agreeing to their recommended changes to her negotiating…

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Music

Interview with Buddy

The Compton rapper releases his debut album this week featuring Khalid, Ty Dolla $ign and more.

Compton has played a crucial role in the establishment of Hip-Hop music in the past 30 years. With the likes of NWA & TDE all hailing from the city in California, it was always certain that other talent would breakthrough in the region.

Next up is rapper/singer extraordinaire Buddy.


With the releases of 'Idle Time' (which features production from Pharrell and features from Kendrick Lamar, Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke), 'Ocean & Montana (with Kaytranada)' and his big 2017 breakthrough project 'Magnolia', with hit single 'Type of S**t' featuring Wiz Khalifa, the Compton native has been on a perpetual grind which has finally led to the release of his debut album 'Harlan & Alondra' available on July 20th.

Myles McCaulskey sat down with Buddy to talk about the build up to new album 'Harlan & Alondra', his acting career and some interesting points about Compton!

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Politics

Alec Feldman live from the Trump protest in London

James Gilmore phones Alec Feldman whilst Alec was at the Trump Rally in London

Alec Feldman live from the Trump protest in London

Many people think that Friday the 13th is an unlucky day... but Friday 13th July 2018 actually was for many people.

President Donald Trump made his visit to the UK to visit Prime Minister Theresa May as well as the Queen amongst others for what was a very high profile - and controversial - trip. For the President's first time in London since being made President of the United States, the British people came out in force, rallying and protesting against him.


Those protests included over 250,000 marching on the streets over the weekend, as well as a giant balloon depicting President Trump as a baby (which was approved by London Mayor and Trump enemy Sadiq Khan!).

Whilst James Gilmore was presenting his Friday radio show, he spoke to Alec Feldman on the phone whilst Alec was at the Trump Rally in London. Listen below…

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