This weekend, a career fraudster was jailed for spending other people's money on booze, Trump and Farage took a photo in front of an understated doorway and more.
The European Freedom Award was handed to Václav Klaus, a man who blames Breivik's terror attack on Norway on postmodern society.
This weekend, it's reported that IS may have used chemical weapons against Iraqi Kurds, and a woman tried to find the father of her baby on Gumtree.
This weekend, a crowd of 500 people stopped bailiffs from evicting a man with cancer, and UKIP's chairman told a bunch of people that his party stands by bigots.
Following the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Marine Le Pen – leader of France's far-right Front National – has promised a national referendum of the death penalty if she's elected President in 2017.
#CameronMustGo is not the Arab Spring – it's just a slightly lazier version of a change.org petition
This weekend, Nigel Farage blamed bad traffic on immigrants and a man was jailed for punching a Monet painting to "get back at the state".
I went to watch Nigel Farage and his friends speak in Glasgow.
This weekend, someone in the UK beheaded a load of swans.
This weekend, Nigel Farage had to defend another UKIP member for saying something stupid.
Phillip Collins has been reinstated now, but things were still a bit awkward.
And would anyone in Europe really care if he did?