The financial meltdown isn't just hitting people's wallets – it's also wiping out their dating lives.
It’s not hugely surprising to some that Heard’s name was used as a nickname in a domestic violence case.
Counterterrorism officers are questioning 25-year-old suspect Ali Harbi Ali in connection with the death of Sir David Amess, a fact that’s been seized upon with glee by neo-Nazis and far-right commentators online.
“Probably really quite a sensible vessel to use for that if you don’t get caught. It doesn’t draw much attention to itself.”
"I'm afraid that is what you get when you vote for socialists," the Tories' favourite Victorian ghoul told MPs this week.
Laurence Fox shit the bed again this week upon discovering that he'd been blocked on Twitter by the BAFTA-winning actress, writer and comedian Rebecca Front.
With the economy receding faster than Matt Hancock’s hairline, the long-suffering public were dealt another financial blow this week.
This week brought a flurry of shit takes from Kirstie Allsopp, Charlie Mullins and Andrew Neil – the latter two speaking live on ITV from their continental villas.
If people weren't too stupid to notice the 53 pence disparity between two different potato products, perhaps 14 million wouldn't be in poverty across the UK, suggests Annunziata Rees-Mogg.
From mandatory calorie labelling on chain restaurant menus to doctors being paid to refer patients to Weight Watchers, let's look at exactly what's wrong with the "Better Health" campaign.
Recent tweets from Wiley and Jay Electronica, among others, have sown discord and division between communities that have more in common than not.
Unsurprisingly, the "Leave Britney Alone!" of right-wing politics doesn't have quite the same charm as the original.