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The Moments Of 2016, As Chosen By LBC's Presenters
31 December 2016, 11:30
Brexit, Trump, celebrity deaths: 2016 has been a truly remarkable year. Here are the most memorable moments, chosen by the LBC presenters.
After Jeremy Corbyn's claim he had to sit on the train floor was disputed, Nick decided to present his show while sitting on the floor too. Like Corbyn, there was also a spare seat available for Nick if he wanted it.
When Amber Rudd proposed asking companies to list their foreign workers, James O'Brien noticed something truly frightening about her speech.
Shelagh reported on the Hillsborough disaster in 1989 and her interview with police chief Norman Bettison was a masterclass in forensic questioning.
An illuminating call from a charming Spanish woman causes Iain Dale to reflect on what it's like to have been a Leave voter in 2016 as hate crimes shot up.
Maajid had a memorable take on the election of Donald Trump, telling Liberals it is time for the left to stop sneering and start reconnecting with the public mood.
Clive has invited Labour's shadow cabinet on to his show many times - and has been left exasperated by their inability to answer any questions.
In an extraordinary year, Ian chose this extraordinary call: from a Mexican in favour of Donald Trump's wall.
In September, senior figures in the Church of England called on the church to change its "archaic" position on homosexuality. The debate about the issue prompted this call from Grace that left Stig more than a little exasperated.