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James O'Brien was furious that we've been made to hate people who stand up to their bosses as he went on a rant against those who are against the Tube strike.
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8 April 2015
Home Secretary Theresa May stonewalls £12 billion cut details
Alan Green and Steve Claridge commentate for 5Live on Palace scoring their three goals against Liverpool. (5/5/14)
Listen to the sounds of BBC Northern Ireland's coverage of the North West 200 motorcycle festival here
Brazilian authorities have failed to halt nationwide protests, despite reversing the public-transport fare increases that sparked the unrest. The BBC's Alastair Leithead explains how the protests erupted from Rio de Janerio, and Ambassador Roberto Jaguaribe explains his view on what the...
The NSPCC is reporting a growing number of parents turning to the police concerned about sexting in schools - when children as young as 12 get caught up with sending nude or semi-nude images of themselves by text. Schools are not keen to criminalise such young children. So how can the tension be...
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Iain Duncan-Smith was involved in an explosive bust-up with James O'Brien live on LBC 97.3.
The Work and Pensions Secretary has welcomed a fall in unemployment, which now stands at 362,000 in the capital and 2.5million across the UK.
Maria, the mother-in-law of Simon Harwood, the police officer who was sacked last week following his role in the death of Ian Tomlinson, called LBC 97.3 to defend him.
As James O'Brien discussed Andrew Mitchell's tirade at a policeman, Maria phoned to discuss her son-in-law's case.
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The Spinners live performance of their tribute to The Busby Babes.
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