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Alec Feldman live from the Trump protest in London

16th July 2018 | Politics

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 to hear Alec's description of the protest!

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James Gilmore speaks to Alec Feldman live from the Trump Rally

James Gilmore phones Alec Feldman whilst Alec was at the Trump Rally in London. (3 minutes)

Hyer's Highlights: The UK's Brexit Crisis

10th July 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: The UK's Brexit Crisis

Just over a year until the UK officially leaves the EU (and over 1 year since Article 50 was triggered), the British Government has claimed to have reached a "collective agreement" amongst the 26 Cabinet members as to it's proposal to the EU for it's post-Brexit relationship.

The agreement was allegedly reached during a tense 12-hour meeting at Chequers.


Benji Hyer discussed this on his Sunday radio show - but within 24 hours of the show being broadcast live, both Brexit Secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned from their respective positions, turning an embarrassing and difficult situation for the Prime Minister into a full-blown crisis. It is unknown whether the government or their Brexit plans will survive in the coming turbulent months ahead.

With just over a year until the UK officially leaves the EU, there are calls of frustration and regret that Theresa May should have only triggered Article 50 now, having just decided Britain’s stance on negotiations - especially considering that her new-found stance has caused such instability in the government.

Benji Hyer discussed this on his show - and listener Harry messaged in expressing his anger over why it has taken so long, and Benji agrees that the strategy was totally disordered.

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Benji Hyer on the UK's Brexit Crisis

Benji Hyer reads a message from listener Harry expressing anger over why it has taken so long to reach agreement over the UK's Brexit stance. (2 minutes)

Hyer's Highlights: Trump's UK Visit

10th July 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: Trump's UK Visit

With Trump’s impending visit to the UK, Benji Hyer asked listeners what sort of reception the President should receive in the UK: protests, or Brits turning their back and not giving him the light of day?

Opinion was split, but there was at least a degree of consensus that we should not be paying Trump the slightest ounce of respect. However, one listener, Kelly, was insistent that the people of the UK should pay attention and show respect to the US the President, which inspired a rant from Benji about how Trump would not be at all deserving.


Trump is due to attend a black-tie dinner on Thursday at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, before spending the night at Winfield House in London. On Friday, he will travel to Chequers in Buckinghamshire for talks with Theresa May, before meeting the Queen in Windsor and then flying to his golf course in Scotland for the weekend.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Benji Hyer on the Trump's UK Visit

Benji Hyer responds a message from listener Kelly, saying how Trump should not be deserving of attention and respect whilst in the UK. (3 minutes)