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Crowds gather outside the Russian Embassy calling for Putin to stop the war.

📻Listen to live updates and discussions on Times.Radio
 
"These people are older, untrained and unfit. It will take months. 300,000 is an aspirational thought."

Russian troops recruited to fight Ukraine are ‘all veterans’ who ‘don’t want to be part of this’, former brigadier general Peter Zwack tells #TimesRadio
 
"Putin now needs more cannon meat. He will put this cannon meat in old Soviet tanks and send them to die in Ukraine."

Russian troops recruited to fight in Ukraine are ‘cannon meat being sent to die’, Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Goncharenko tells #TimesRadio. pic.twitter.com/lDmRcTx0jl
 
"The war has gone as bad as possible for Putin. He now finds himself having to explain himself to his hardliners, to his army, to his people – all of them are unhappy."

Putin is ‘desperate, not stupid’, former head of the foreign office Lord McDonald tells #TimesRadio.
 
📱 Fake texts offering discounts on energy bills are circulating the UK.

Some texts include a link to a fake Ofgem website and asks for personal details.
 
Today MPs swore allegiance to King Charles during their first day back in Parliament.

No MP has ever refused to give the oath to the monarch, but some have displayed republican sentiments during the ceremony, @patrickkmaguire
tells @MattChorley
 
"Putin now needs more cannon meat. He will put this cannon meat in old Soviet tanks and send them to die in Ukraine."

Russian troops recruited to fight in Ukraine are ‘cannon meat being sent to die’, Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Goncharenko tells #TimesRadio.
 
"Of course, any help is welcome. But why did it take so long?"

Jacob Rees Mogg should have been in parliament to allow MPs to ask questions and debate the new business policy, says shadow minister for Business and Industry, @Bill_Esterson pic.twitter.com/xYJZ9Xe4kZ
Replying to @TimesRadio
Even without Putin's invasion and the subsequent fuel crisis, 'consumers and businesses would need action.' Without long term action, the U.K.'s economic troubles won't go away, says @Bill_Esterson
 
"Of course, any help is welcome. But why did it take so long?"

Jacob Rees Mogg should have been in parliament to allow MPs to ask questions and debate the new business policy, says shadow minister for Business and Industry, @Bill_Esterson
 
"Don't dismiss what Putin is saying as familiar fare"

Vladimir Putin is 'throwing red meat' at his opposition in Russia with his escalation, says former UK ambassador to Russia, Sir Tony Brenton.
 
Businesses are expected to suffer as the cost of living crisis looms.

The government has released a new scheme to support businesses this winter, but how does it work?

Times Radio reporter @Jo_Crawford explains.
 
"I do not think that the regime will survive. The Russians are going to suffer a lot. And at the end, he will not survive this."

After Putin announces a mobilisation, Russia expert @Samdebendern says Putin’s regime ‘will not survive’ on #TimesRadio.
 
"Buyers would be caught between high interest rates and a high cost of living and a tax cut and this could push prices up."

Liz Truss's stamp duty cut could introduce volatility into the housing market and make it harder to find a home, @CarolLewis101 tells #TimesRadio.
 
Vladimir Putin is engaging in 'nuclear blackmail.'

The Russian President's nuclear threats do not come from a position of strength, @scribblercat tells @MattChorley
 
"They'll be voting under the barrels of guns."

Pro-Russian leaders have announced referendums in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia to decide whether they become part of Russia. The votes would have 'no international standing,' says Askold Krushelnycky
 
In reply to @TimesRadio
"Putin's point of view is once the referendums have taken place...those territories will be part of Russia. So any Ukrainian attack on them supported by the West, is an attack on Russia itself." Putin will use referendums to escalate the war in Ukraine, says Rodric Braithwaite. pic.twitter.com/tEKJ1c76np
 
"Putin will be able to use nuclear weapons against you, against Great Britain."

The British are 'misinformed' when it comes to the Russian war on Ukraine, says Sergei Markov, former spokesperson to Vladimir Putin. pic.twitter.com/lmhBEtI6sD
 
"It's not a cap or freeze of bills, which is actually what I think small businesses would be looking for today, it's only the wholesale price."

Business will have wanted the government to do more to limit their energy bills, says Craig Beaumont from @fsb_policy.
 
Businesses could end up paying more for energy than the limit set today.

"It's important that people appreciate that it is only the wholesale cost," says Liam Conway from @CECchat.
 
"Putin will be able to use nuclear weapons against you, against Great Britain."

The British are 'misinformed' when it comes to the Russian war on Ukraine, says Sergei Markov, former spokesperson to Vladimir Putin.
 
"We don't recognise this referendum. You can't have a referendum when you've got tanks on people's soil."

The UK will not recognise Russian referendums in eastern Ukraine and will continue to support Ukraine with weapons, Foreign Office Minister @GillianKeegan tells #TimesRadio.
 
"The situation in Moscow seems to me to be rather fragile."

Putin's partial mobilization is being used to get control of politics on the home front as well as in Ukraine, says Former Ambassador to Russia Rodric Braithwaite on #TimesRadio. pic.twitter.com/JVV0VooVvT
Replying to @TimesRadio
"Putin's point of view is once the referendums have taken place...those territories will be part of Russia. So any Ukrainian attack on them supported by the West, is an attack on Russia itself." Putin will use referendums to escalate the war in Ukraine, says Rodric Braithwaite.
 
"The situation in Moscow seems to me to be rather fragile."

Putin's partial mobilization is being used to get control of politics on the home front as well as in Ukraine, says Former Ambassador to Russia Rodric Braithwaite on #TimesRadio.
 
"Partial mobilization means the reserves, those people that have actually served at some point."

"Hundreds of thousands of men" who have previously served with the Russian military will be conscripted to fight in Ukraine, Foreign Affairs Analyst Tim Marshall tells #TimesRadio. pic.twitter.com/kTzAlmZcNu
Replying to @TimesRadio
"Last night ahead of this, plane tickets to Istanbul quadrupled because an awful lot of young men, under the age of 45, probably thought to themselves, we can see what's coming." Men of conscription age have started to flee Russia, says Tim Marshall on #TimesRadio.
 
"Partial mobilization means the reserves, those people that have actually served at some point."

"Hundreds of thousands of men" who have previously served with the Russian military will be conscripted to fight in Ukraine, Foreign Affairs Analyst Tim Marshall tells #TimesRadio.
 
"This war is going to be very difficult for Europe to weather in the long term."

Russia's partial military mobilisation will increase pressure on European countries to change their position on the war in Ukraine, @LOS_Fisher tells #TimesRadio.
 
BREAKING: President Putin has announced a partial mobilisation of Russian forces and conscription of military reserves.
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"I fully support the IOPC investigating the circumstances under which Chris Kaba was shot."

The Mayor of London, @SadiqKhan, discusses the investigation into Chris Kaba's death on #TimesRadio.
 
In reply to @TimesRadio
"If you're getting former police officers to investigate police officers, there is going to be an inherent bias." The IOPC has 'set a historical precedence' of 'moving slow' and 'not holding police officers to account', Chris Kaba's cousin @JeffersonBosela tells #TimesRadio. pic.twitter.com/qCCZ8rNq2p
Replying to @TimesRadio
"There are so many things that happen to black people and ethnic minorities, in which we are overpoliced and abused by the police." The cousin of Chris Kaba, @JeffersonBosela, says black people and ethnic minorities are 'overpoliced' on #TimesRadio.
 
"I don’t buy that they [the IOPC] will take six to nine months to ensure that it is thorough."

Cousin of Chris Kaba, @JeffersonBosela, says the IOPC is ‘difficult to trust' on #TimesRadio. pic.twitter.com/lILWFNGfpb
Replying to @TimesRadio
"If you're getting former police officers to investigate police officers, there is going to be an inherent bias." The IOPC has 'set a historical precedence' of 'moving slow' and 'not holding police officers to account', Chris Kaba's cousin @JeffersonBosela tells #TimesRadio.
 
"I don’t buy that they [the IOPC] will take six to nine months to ensure that it is thorough."

Cousin of Chris Kaba, @JeffersonBosela, says the IOPC is ‘difficult to trust' on #TimesRadio.
 
"There will be a number of referendums and they [Russia] have introduced concepts of mobilisation and martial law."

Putin has put measures in place to manage Ukraine’s counter offence, former senior British Military advisor Major General Chip Chapman explains on #TimesRadio.
 
"The statement today saying that ‘Putin wants to end this war very quickly and may be willing to do so.’ I think we should be suspicious of that."

President Erdogan says that Putin ‘wants to end the war.' How might Putin do this? Lord George Robertson discusses on #TimesRadio.
 
"Putin needs to demonstrate that he is not as weak as he looks now."

Putin ‘wants the image of an anti-western bloc leader’, but will need to show that he is not weak, former Russian parliament adviser Nikolai Petrov tells #TimesRadio.
 
"This is why we are on this desperate counter offence and using all our forces, because this is our main turning point."

Ukrainian troops are ‘using everything possible' to regain territory before winter, Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik (@Kiraincongress) tells #TimesRadio.
 
"It is somewhat unusual that the chief of staff, her top aide would not be accompanying her for her first bilateral meeting with the president of the U.S."

Mark Fullbrook has not gone with the PM to the U.S. this week after being interviewed by the FBI, says @Gabriel_pogrund. pic.twitter.com/5i0CZr6UJu
 
"It is somewhat unusual that the chief of staff, her top aide would not be accompanying her for her first bilateral meeting with the president of the U.S."

Mark Fullbrook has not gone with the PM to the U.S. this week after being interviewed by the FBI, says @Gabriel_pogrund.
 
💰 These are the dates you need to know for cost of living payments and discounts:
 
"The UK and China must point out to President Putin that he cannot go down the nuclear road"

World powers must put pressure on Russia not to use nuclear weapons as the West mobilises its war industry, Sir Richard Barrons tells #TimesRadio
 
"What we've seen over recent days are shocking scenes of unacceptable incidents of violence."

Violence in Leicester has been spurred on by social media and people travelling from other parts of the UK, South Leicester MP @JonAshworth tells #TimesRadio.
 
Liz Truss shouldn't apologise to Macron, says @WilliamJHague, as the PM prepares to meet the French President after saying "the jury's out" on whether he is a friend or foe of the UK.
 
"Both China and India, when they were in Uzbekistan for the Shanghai Organisation Conference, pushed back on Putin for the first time"

India and China have started putting pressure on Russia to end the war in Ukraine, @kvonhippel tells #TimesRadio.
 
"War is extraordinarily expensive and actually often the weapons are not necessarily the most expensive thing."

Liz Truss says she's going to give another £2.3bn for weapons to Ukraine. Military expert Dr Mike Martin tells #TimesRadio what that will pay for.
 
"There's things like immigration and what's been happening there on our borders."

As Liz Truss prepares to meet the President of France, @michelledonelan says Liz Truss was "more than entitled" to say "the jury is out" on Emmanuel Macron as friend or foe of the UK.

#TimesRadio
 
“Duty and service runs through him in everything he does. I think he’ll be the grandfather of the nation”

King Charles will be an apolitical monarch despite his previous environmental campaigning says his former communications officer Julian Payne. pic.twitter.com/JbBI30TOkQ
 
"Number one, it hasn't worked in the past and number two it's far more complicated in practice."

The Government's plans to cut corporation tax could see money sent overseas instead of being reinvested, says @IPPR's Dr George Dibb.

#TimesRadio.
 
"That was the end of the second Elizabethan age, that moment when the symbols of power transferred from Queen Elizabeth the second to Charles the third."

Discussing the historical significance of the Queen's funeral, @LOS_Fisher and Nick Serpell talk to #TimesRadio.
 
"It was amazing. Honestly, the precision and the accuracy made you proud."

After seeing the Queen's final journey in front of Buckingham Palace spectators from the funeral procession on The Mall speak to #TimesRadio.
 
"The people that were there didn't want to be at home, alone."

Despite being broadcast on televisions across the country, @jabberingjourno tells #TimesRadio how people are opting to view Queen Elizabeth's funeral out of their homes.
 
What happens to Queen Elizabeth's dresses, corgis, and jewels?
 
 
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