What is he doing. H/T @CharlotteGay92.
Baroness Kramer accidentally created a scene worthy of The Thick of It by giving a well-intentioned present. The Taiwanese media enjoyed it.
Matthew Richardson, UKIP’s party secretary, was recorded saying the health service is at the heart of Britain’s “Reichstag bunker of socialism”.
The fightback against the SNP is on and it’s taking place in 10-second disposable messages. The revolution will be Snapchatted.
The UK’s political parties are struggling to find a format that everyone agrees on, so there might not be any debates at all. The latest suggestion involves seven different leaders sharing the stage.
In a bid to bring parliament into the 21st century, they’re going to stop people shooting guns in the basement.
The chief whip accidentally interrupted a cabinet meeting by playing the singer’s latest music. The prime minister was not impressed.
The magazine’s latest edition sets out the line each newspaper will take for the next four months. Nailed it, once again.
Steve Baker MP took on Reece Coker, who trains people in self-defence. You’ll never guess who came out on top.
Chris Bryant said there were too many privileged people dominating the arts world. James Blunt didn’t take kindly to this. (Contains swearing.)
There are strict rules stopping the government from spending money on overtly political campaigns. Labour says the promotion of “long-term economic plan” may break this.
The news channel cut away from an interview with a contributor to the satirical French newspaper after she held up its latest cover. “I do apologise for [sic] any of our viewers who may have been offended,” said the presenter.
Justice minister Simon Hughes clarified the party’s stance on Snapchat. Not entirely sure how we ended up here.
Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK where same-sex marriage remains illegal. This challenge could change that.
A guest on the US news channel said that Birmingham is “totally Muslim” and “non-Muslims simply don’t go in”. The internet responded mercilessly.
The image spread across social media on Friday, claiming to be the cover of next week’s issue. It’s actually by a French television programme.
The broadcast regulator has decided the Greens do not qualify as a “major party”, even though they’re polling at the same level as the Lib Dems. This means they’re likely to receive less television coverage.
Les journaux du monde entier ont réagi à la fusillade, qui a causé la mort de douze personnes ce matin. Certains ont même publié les dessins controversés de Charlie Hebdo en guise de une.
Newspapers around the world have been reacting to the murder of 12 journalists at France’s Charlie Hebdo. Some have printed the publication’s controversial cartoons on their front pages.
The large group of people held pens aloft in central London to pay tribute to journalists killed in the attack on the French newspaper. #JeSuisCharlie