The UKIP leader’s coiffure is distracting viewers from the real issues.
Sadly, it’s not for sale.
Like, who would emerge victorious in the Hunger Games?
Ed Miliband vs. Nigel Farage vs. Natalie Bennett, Nicola Sturgeon and Leanne Wood. Should be fun.
A four-year-old clip of the Labour leader has been viewed more than 1.3 million times on Facebook in the last five days. BuzzFeed News spoke to the man who posted it.
The Lib Dem leader talks to BuzzFeed News about his record in office, his strategy in the election campaign – and his passion for Prince.
Robin Birley has just given £25,000 to UKIP but is also helping to pay for Michael Gove’s re-election campaign, BuzzFeed News has learned.
Is the British public really that apathetic? There was only one way to find out.
It’s caption competition time!
Crowdfunding of politics is finally working in Britain. That, or people just love vintage tea towels.
Never work with children or politicians.
The Legion said the poppy’s use in a UKIP campaign advert meant it had been “tainted by crass partisan ends”.
The Crown Prosecution Service said the evidence against the 86-year-old peer warranted a criminal trial – but his dementia means it will not pursue the case.
He was answering the question, “What’s your name?”
BuzzFeed News has had a first look at the tightly edited clip. Attack ads ahoy.
Nigel Farage thinks the UK shouldn’t be offering assistance to Ukraine.
“It had to be a British make,” said UKIP candidate Rob Burberry.
Severe case of brain fade.
But he promised only that Labour would “try” to get rid of it.
The Liberal Democrats’ leader used the party’s manifesto launch to explain why voters should support them.
Labour will consult on “granny leave” if it wins power. The move is the centrepiece of the party’s women’s manifesto.
The former deputy minister told BuzzFeed News he liked the “lovely dress” the work and pensions minister wore outside No. 10. “It’s not sexist,” he insisted.
The Labour party’s ASCII game is on point.
She has by far the lowest salary of all the UK’s main party leaders.
Robin Grey is taking his message on tour.
A source told BuzzFeed News that Green MPs would refuse to help Labour form a government if a Queen’s speech included cuts on welfare.
The Conservative manifesto launch was sunshine and lollipops.
Someone screamed “TOSSER!” at him from a speeding car.