"In times of tragedy and incessant misery, sometimes humour is the best medicine."
The Washington Post columnist was murdered in October last year.
BuzzFeed News will be keeping a rolling list of the MPs who lost their seats on election night. Check back for updates.
Were you paying attention? You were? Poor you.
Everything from the ice sculpture to the bees to an unnecessary amount of Matt Hancock.
So many falsehoods, such little time.
The suspect, who was wearing a “hoax explosive device,” was also shot dead by specialist armed police.
Here's even more absolute hogwash from the election.
Campaigning hasn't even really got going yet and it already looks like a vintage election for bullshit.
A Cabinet Minister Has Resigned After Being Accused Of "Brazenly Lying" On Day 1 Of The Tory Election Campaign
The resignation of the Welsh secretary is just the latest incident in a disastrous 24 hours for the Tory party.
IT lessons, pole dancing, sex (allegedly), an alt-right troll, and classic literature. It really is a tale as old as time.
Stella Creasy, who is pregnant, said the campaign against her by the UK arm of a US anti-abortion group made her feel "physically sick".
"I couldn't give a flying flamingo."
Another former cabinet minister, Philip Hammond, announced his intention to take legal advice against the government shortly after.
In which Boris Johnson loses a bunch of votes, falls out with his brother, upsets the police, overpays for a fish, and calls Jeremy Corbyn a chicken.
The Number 10 adviser's blogs reveal the truth about his plans for the next few months...if you look closely enough.
The massacre came just hours after another mass shooting left 20 dead in El Paso, Texas. The shooter in Dayton is dead.
Cuthbert the Goose, Trigger the Pig, and others went viral in America — and helped British children in the process.
Britain's Prospective Prime Minister Said The Apollo 11 Code Was "Hand-Knitted" And Compared It To Brexit
"If they could use hand-knitted computer code to make a frictionless re-entry to Earth’s atmosphere in 1969, we can solve the problem of frictionless trade at the Northern Irish border,” Boris Johnson wrote.