The interviewer returned to our screens with the #BattleForNumber10 sort-of debate. And oh, how we’ve missed him.
Even aged 18 the future Conservative MP was a figure of fascination for his fellow students. He appears to have played up to the persona and it didn’t hold him back.
The Conservative cabinet minister has come under renewed scrutiny for the use of his alter ego while an MP.
Just 15 other Lib Dems popped along to the big event.
The chancellor has announced you won’t pay tax on earnings of up to £11,000. Before the last election David Cameron said this would be unaffordable.
Peter Cruddas has lost the main part of his libel case.
The prime minister talked candidly about the election battle, his use of technology, and his vision for the country. (Oh, and Game of Thrones.)
They could just talk to each other or something.
La possession de plusieurs drogues, dont la méthamphétamine, est légale en Irlande jusqu’à ce que le parlement national vote une loi d’urgence pour corriger la situation.
Possession of various drugs, including crystal meth, is legal in the Republic of Ireland until the country’s parliament can pass emergency legislation.
Naz Shah has been selected to take on George Galloway in Bradford West. She has written an astonishing open letter describing her personal story.
The broadcasters have rejected the prime minister’s attempts to avoid election debates during April.
Sir Menzies Campbell’s appearance on Sky News prompted shock across Westminster.
The Lib Dem leader said it was time to stop treating drugs as a criminal issue. He wants to stop people being locked up and given criminal records for possession.
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.