Great moments in our history call for great memes.
No, really. Adviser Armstrong Williams tells BuzzFeed News that the rumors of Carson’s campaign demise are being fueled by Cruz and Paul supporters.
In eastern Iowa City, the loneliest thing you can be is a Martin O’Malley supporter.
Out in the early primary states, a handful of left-wing Brits join the fight for “democratic socialism” in the US.
This is what happens when you spend an hour in an Iowa hotel room wading through political TV ads. BuzzFeed UK’s Jim Waterson is in the US for the primary season.
Simon Conway is a former UK tabloid journalist who became a drivetime host on Iowa’s WHO radio station, giving him access to the people who want to be president.
The Press Recognition Panel was founded in the aftermath of the Leveson report but, one year on, has yet to approve any press regulator.
“We need Putin, who is by the way the most popular politician on the planet with public opinion poll ratings in the 80 percents.”
The government has promised limited actions citing diplomatic reasons, one of which would be the need for Russia’s cooperation in tackling the spread of ISIS in Syria.
Crispin Blunt has urged the government to reverse its plan to ban poppers.
The Conservatives massively outspent Labour on unregulated online advertising during the election, targeting marginal seats.
The ride-booking company just swatted aside another attempt to control its growth, despite concerns from black-cab drivers.
Dominic Cummings, a former Tory director of strategy, is the registered owner of LabourLeave.org, the website for the apparently independent left-wing campaign group urging Labour supporters to vote to leave the EU.
“Political polling has been manipulated by people with money … and it can change the course of history,” said Lord Foulkes.
“We have to be alive to the possibility that this ridiculous individual – that is, Mr Trump – may be elected president of the United States.”
Godfrey won’t say whether he plans to shut down one of Postmedia’s two newspapers in Ottawa.
The Corbyn-baiting Labour MP, a favourite of the tabloids, earned £40,000 from media appearances in 2015.
He’s Jim Watson, I’m Jim Waterson, and someone on Twitter is angry about a Canadian bus stop.
“I can think of no group that suffers more discrimination than trans people,” said the committee chair.