“They are literally wankers,” he said.
What would your party be called?
“I can’t see that the Queen is ever going to be really poor, but I’m sure [if the monarchy was abolished] we can find a council house for her,” the Green Party leader said.
People were already unhappy about the government’s decision to fly flags at half-mast following the death of the late Saudi King Abdullah.
The prime minister last week refused to take part unless the Greens were involved. Now they are.
It is expected that Sir John Chilcot will announce tomorrow that the inquiry into the invasion of Iraq will not be published until after the election. But it’s already been six years.
In an open letter, the Muslim Council of Britain criticised the communities secretary for not engaging with the group.
All signs suggest the UKIP leader will struggle to win in the general election.
The White House released a bilateral factsheet on cybersecurity that fails to make any mention of weakening encryption.
She was dubbed Salmond’s “happiness guru” during the independence referendum. Now she’s told BuzzFeed News who she thinks would win the proposed television debates.
Ed Miliband made the pledge at an event at Sheffield Hallam University.
They’re very keen to share their thoughts with the Labour leader.
And they already have more members than UKIP.
Murray is running as part of the Free United Kingdom party.
Exclusive polling by YouGov for BuzzFeed News has revealed the extent to which UKIP voters believe all Muslims share some responsibility for extremist attacks such as those on the Charlie Hebdo offices.
Apple might also have to release an iPhone for the UK that didn’t protect your messages if encryption was banned.
Steven Emerson sparked a #FoxNewsFacts meme after he appeared on the channel to talk about the rise of extremism in Europe.
“OMG Bez an MP shudder the thought,” one not-so-positive Twitter user said.
The papers are reporting an “A&E crisis” in Britain’s hospital wings. But what do doctors say?
After all the other main party leaders have taken part.