Friday 10th November – LIVE BLOG

3:44 – TV is done and we’re off. 

We’ve had a busy hour here at UoGlos Live our 3.30 TV bulletin went off without a hitch. We’ll see you next week for our addictions edition.

2.23 – Will the latest Government sex scandal have an effect on our politicians of the future? 

Bethan Law spoke to Cheltenham MP, Alex Chalk. Take a look here.

2:02 – Gender pay gap 

Teresa May has tweeted her opinions on Gender pay inequality.

2:00 – Radio time 

Presenter, Joe Tucker is now giving his first radio bulletin of the afternoon. Give him a listen.

1.54 – The Incredibles 2 will be with us before we leave the EU. 

One of the many thing that are set to happen before we leave the EU is the release of the second Incredibles movie! See, its not all doom and gloom. Who’s excited?



1.49 – How do people feel about Brexit?

1.39 – Lunch is over. 

Its back to work here at UoGlos, all our journalists are tapping away getting this afternoons web and TV content polished. Stay tuned for more.

12.30 – And we’re LIVE. 

12:17 – Brexit, what’s to come? 

Ever wondered what is going to happen between now and leaving the EU? Rhys Williams can tell you more.


12:10 – Claudia with the 12 O’clock radio update. 

12:03 – What is your favourite Christmas advert so far this year? 

Let us know by voting on our twitter poll.

11:40 – 500 new houses are due to be built in Gloucestershire. 

11:13 -The new International Development Secretary has been announced.

Penny Mordaunt has been announced as the replacement for Priti Patel as the International Development Secretary. Read more here.


11:05 – Do you wish you’d voted differently in the EU referendum? 

See what the people we asked in Gloucester said.

11:00 – Hard at work for UoGlos Live’s TV bulletin

10:45 – Could our protected foods be at risk after Brexit? 

Under EU Law only certain producers can make protected products, such as regional cheeses, but when this law is no longer in place, what will happen?

10:07 – Gloucester Quays 

People are getting excited for the opening of new store The Cosmetics Company in Gloucester Quays

9:30 – Could Brexit be stopped? 

Food for thought from the Guardian this morning whilst we carry on out Brexit edition.


9:15 – Weather 

It’s looking like it’ll be a dry but cloudy day today, we aren’t expecting any rain, but you may want to wrap up warm with highs of 11 degrees and lows of 6 degrees.

9:00 – We have that Christmas feeling 

John Lewis is the latest big retailer to release their Christmas ad. This year they follow the story of a little boy and his monster under the bed.

8:36 – Brexit special 

All systems are go this morning here at UoGlos Live as we continue with our Brexit special.

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