A bill plans to outlaw “psychoactive substances”, but advisors say it would have “serious unintended consequences”.
In his latest Trews video, Brand said the government was “perpetuating” terrorism by selling arms to countries who were involved in human rights abuses against their citizens.
After fleeing countries where their lives were threatened, leaving behind families and friends, more than 3,000 people are living in a former dumping ground in Calais they call “the Jungle” as they try to make it across the border to the UK. They’ve even created their own language.
Bloody emigrants, going over there, joining Britain First.
There really is nothing funnier than a TV presenter trying to say “Na h-Eileanan Siar”.
Migrants in Calais have been painted by the tabloid press as a menacing group who are breaking into lorries and causing traffic jams. Meanwhile, the town’s mayor has said it can’t cope with the numbers. But who are they, where have they come from, and why did they leave their homelands? BuzzFeed News travelled to Calais to find out.
Resigning after a terrible election result isn’t all bad.
You might have seen this story on the front pages.
“We don’t care what people get up to in their boudoirs,” David Coburn told BuzzFeed News following his party’s ban from Pride.
It’s the question on everyone’s lips.
Most students who want experience at the BBC have to apply through a tedious and competitive online process, but some staff members appear to be bypassing this. Update: The BBC listings have now been taken down.
He came a lowly fourth in Labour’s 2010 leadership contest – but now the MP is running again on a promise to take the party out of the “Westminster bubble”. Fellow Labour MPs and aides tell BuzzFeed News what he’s really like.
As fewer teenagers take up weekend work, employment minister Priti Patel tells BuzzFeed News that part-time jobs are crucial for future careers.
The former first minister of Scotland takes BuzzFeed News on a tour of the Commons. He confirms he will stand down from the Scottish parliament, tells all about the Solero incident, and reveals Nelson Mandela’s love of Braveheart.
Kerrie Webb from Derbyshire chose to have the UKIP’s leader’s beaming face inked on her body.
Three of the SNP’s youngest MPs tell us why the House of Lords is a goth’s paradise, parliament is just like Hogwarts, and PMQs is full of idiots.
The former Scottish Labour leader said the existence of Twitter and Facebook had “abolished manners”.
The Labour MP for Tooting dismissed claims that he would do both jobs.
No more must we labour under the yoke of obligatory bridge-building.
The notorious former MP and anti-war activist wants to run London. But does he actually have a campaign team? How will he fight the election?
Jamie Reed told BuzzFeed News that all Labour MPs should be going public about what went wrong. And that the party shouldn’t be afraid to kick out a failing leader next time round.
After the 2008 crisis, the government bailed out the banks. This is where the money went.
The government’s independent reviewer of terrorism legislation also said that the controversial “Snoopers’ Charter” should not go forward without a better case being made for why it is needed.
Angus MacNeil also fist-punched the air at the same time, for some reason.
This picture of a happy Kanye West is weird and shocking on all manner of levels. Update: We now know why Frances Van Orden was hanging out with Kanye West.
The Islington North MP is trying to drum up support in his campaign to be Labour leader. Here’s what he stands for.
Angus MacNeil told BuzzFeed News why he hid in the gents during a crucial House of Commons vote. He insisted other MPs did it too.
Steven Woolfe launched the #ShameOnYouSainsburys and urged supporters to bombard the supermarket with calls protesting at their supposed pro-EU funding. Spoiler: The supermarket isn’t providing pro-EU funding.