Remember the Conservatives’ glitzy Black and White ball, where donors bid to go shoe shopping with Theresa May? BuzzFeed News understands items at the UKIP equivalent included Spitfire rides, sailing lessons, and a lamb carcass courtesy of one of the party’s MEPs.
The Hollywood actor returned to the birthplace of NHS founder Aneurin Bevan on St David’s Day to warn that another Conservative government could result in further privatisation of the health service.
Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News show the SNP leadership is going to require strict loyalty from its Westminster MPs in advance of potential coalition negotiations. The party is also going to break with tradition and introduce all-women shortlists.
The Labour leader tells BuzzFeed News why his party wants to help the young instead of the old. Oh, and he gives his verdict on The Dress, too.
Polling by YouGov for BuzzFeed News reveals the deep generational split over The Dress.
Ed Miliband made the announcement in Leeds, revealing that some current students will benefit. But not everyone’s sure how it’s going to be paid for.
ISIS executioner “Jihadi John” has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a 26-year-old man who was born in Kuwait and grew up in London.
Who insulted the Labour leader in the House of Commons? BuzzFeed News has obtained the disputed footage in question.
Party leader Natalie Bennett was asked whether she was letting her party down. Her fellow speakers wouldn’t let her answer.
The dispute over who should be included in the general election leaders’ debates is rumbling on. The broadcasters haven’t got complete agreement from the political parties, so are pushing ahead without them.
Labour launched their women’s campaign in Stevenage using a pink van. America has noticed. And laughed.
The Daily Telegraph has faced days of criticism for allegedly allowing a major advertiser to influence its editorial coverage. On Friday it hit back with an anonymous article which has been condemned by journalists inside and outside the paper.
If you’re in London and out late then this is good news. Please, please, please don’t be sick.
Ko Barclay has become one of the party’s biggest backers after giving it £80,000. Other major donors in recent months include Richard Desmond, the owner of the Daily Express.
An exclusive Daily Telegraph story revealing that HSBC was inadvertently paying rent to an arm of the Iranian state was buried in the print edition. BuzzFeed News understands that the story didn’t even make it on to the newspaper’s website.
Peter Oborne, the paper’s chief political commentator, has quit the newspaper and alleges that HSBC holds sway over some of the newspaper’s financial coverage. This piece, which is critical of the bank, was deleted for unknown reasons.
Peter Oborne has handed in his resignation, claiming the newspaper has downplayed its coverage of the HSBC scandal because the bank is a major advertiser. One of the most brutal resignation statements you’ll read.
The chancellor gave a viewer tips on how to avoid inheritance tax and still claim old-age care from the state. “I probably shouldn’t be advocating this on television,” he said back in 2003.
The first social media election was the one that swept Tony Blair to power, don’t you know. Featuring animated GIFs and spot the ball competitions.
Official figures shows the UK is kicking its booze habit. And young people are really staying away from the drink.