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Jeremy Corbyn takes inspiration from Venezuela

10 January 2017 11:30

Today Jeremy Corbyn 2.0 has taken to the airwaves to bring home his newly-revamped populist message. Of his new policies,…

Donald Trump gives Charlotte Church an offer she can refuse

10 January 2017 10:59

As Donald Trump’s inauguration draws near, the race is on to find musicians to perform at the event. While Barack…

Max Mosley’s letter comes back to haunt him

9 January 2017 15:58

It’s approaching D-Day for the government’s public consultation on press regulation and whether to trigger Leveson 2 with just hours…

BBC struggles with the N-word

9 January 2017 12:49

Since Netflix released The Crown, the network has received much praise for its dramatisation of the Queen’s early years. In…

Corbyn and Watson’s relationship woes

9 January 2017 8:00

In the past week, a report predicted Labour will win less than 20pc of the vote in the 2020 election, Britain’s…

Theresa May snubs Marr

7 January 2017 10:16

It’s tradition that the Prime Minister kicks off the new year by giving a broadcast interview to the Andrew Marr show. However, this…

Wanted: ‘first class’ networker to spin for Labour

6 January 2017 13:12

With Labour predicted to win as little as 20pc of the vote in the 2020 election, there’s been little cause…

BBC introducing… the real housewives of Isis

6 January 2017 8:00

This time last year, Barry Humphries revealed how political correctness had killed comedy at the BBC. His plan to tell…

Bill Cash is a hardened rebel, but could David Cameron and the whips entice one of his colleagues back to loyalty? Picture: Press Association

Bill Cash makes a date with Sir Ivan

4 January 2017 15:48

After Sir Ivan Rogers unexpectedly resigned as Britain’s ambassador to the EU on Tuesday, it’s safe to say that the diplomat…

When Liam Fox gave up his hand

4 January 2017 10:06

As No.10 reels from Ivan Rogers’ resignation letter in which he accuses Theresa May’s government of ‘muddled thinking’, Liam Fox…

BBC attempts to woo the Scottish nationalists

3 January 2017 10:30

During the Scottish independence referendum, BBC Scotland was regularly accused of showing bias against the SNP. The Beeb’s supposed pro-Union slant led…

Labour’s bad poll rating? It’s fake, says Corbyn’s brother

3 January 2017 8:31

Anyone reading the news of late would be forgiven for thinking that Labour is far from election ready. In fact, the…

SNP MP comes to Russia’s defence

30 December 2016 12:32

On Thursday, Barack Obama announced the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats in retaliation for Russian attempts to interfere with the US presidential…

Conservative Party’s sincere apology backfires

29 December 2016 9:20

This week, Theresa May’s sincerity was called into question when party members — including Ed Vaizey — received a Christmas…

Theresa May’s Christmas message to Vaizey

27 December 2016 12:00

Oh dear. Since David Cameron stepped down as Prime Minister, his university chum Ed Vaizey has had to get used to…

Laura Kuenssberg suggests the Queen did back Brexit

26 December 2016 11:02

During the EU referendum, the Sun ran a front page with the headline ‘the Queen backs Brexit’. The paper reported that the Queen…

Stalin’s five year plans? A success, says BBC

22 December 2016 9:22

Following Fidel Castro’s death, the BBC were accused of giving too much airtime to tributes to the Cuban dictator. When it came…

Richard Burgon takes guest who thinks ‘some laws should be broken’ to prison event

21 December 2016 10:33

As Richard Burgon goes on the attack over G4S prisons following the Birmingham prison riot, the shadow justice secretary was…

Philip Hammond’s £800 dinner

20 December 2016 16:16

Ahead of the Autumn Statement, there were reports that Theresa May was concerned that Philip Hammond was not doing enough…

London not open for Larry, the Downing Street cat

20 December 2016 11:24

As part of Sadiq Khan’s ongoing efforts to prove London is ‘united and open for business, and to the world’ in…