How To Tell When a Politics Meme Is Bullshit
There's a lot of confusing stuff filling our social media feeds.
Sadiq Khan and Jeremy Corbyn are both manifestations of the same massive sea-change in the way the country does politics now.
Last time, the airwaves were dominated by pugilistic soundbites from Boris and Ken. This time, the airwaves have been dominated by pugilistic soundbites from Boris and Ken. What went wrong?
Maureen talks about her life at the centre of east London's gangland, how she became one of the first Page Three models, and modern manners.
Dave managed to talk about his poor dead dad, which meant the real issues around tax avoidance weren't the story.
And so, another great name from British pop culture slips into the great federal correction complex in the sky.
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The King of Taxpayers came up trumps once again.
He made a slightly insipid speech yesterday, but was it a leadership bid in disguise?
Meeting the man who signed the Slits, was in Britain's first black punk band and took the most famous photograph of Bob Marley in the world.
Weirdly the whole circus wasn't just about the competing egos of David Cameron and Boris Johnson.
Experts agree that if we leave/don't leave the EU the economy will be ruined and we will be flooded with immigrants.
Did we solve the last economic crisis by storing up an even bigger one for the future?
The Presidential candidate is using opinions manufactured to annoy people to back up his actual arguments.
The Tories will be gleefully repeating it for years to come, so let's try to understand the Shadow Chancellor's "Little Red Book" moment.
Corbyn headed down to the London pro-refugee march as his first act as Labour leader.
Three years since it started, the government are still intent on blasting badgers to death and the Queen guitarist is still trying to stop them.