The SNP’s Mhairi Black accused Labour of letting down Scots in her first speech in the House of Commons.
The hunting ban remains in place for now.
Lord Dobbs tells BuzzFeed News how Margaret Thatcher caused him to write House of Cards, why he believes in a small government, and why Ed Miliband wouldn’t make a good lead character.
“If you want to do it, follow your dreams,” she said.
A standard Scottish stag.
Rape charities have condemned measures which could see women who become pregnant through rape have to prove it to the government.
Khalid Mahmood promised BuzzFeed News that it was an accident.
The interesting bits from George Osborne’s budget. “A billion here, a billion there, sooner or later it starts to add up to real money.”
The chancellor has co-opted the language of an established policy to promote his pay increase for low workers.
You can now earn up to £7,500 a year from lodgers without paying income tax.
As is tradition, the nation united as one to call George Osborne a briefcase wanker.
The coalition is definitely over.
But that’s exactly what chancellor George Osborne plans to announce in his budget tomorrow.
Ten years on, it’s still incredibly moving.
Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith and Labour MP Gareth Thomas – both prospective mayoral candidates – are urging the chancellor to protect investment for Transport for London.
A spokesman said it was an “unfortunate administrative error”.
Please come here while I mansplain.
It caused one person to “cringe every inch of their skin off”.
Mosques in London, Birmingham, and Nottingham are among those inviting their local communities to remember those killed in the terrorist attacks in London 10 years ago.
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.