Jeremy Corbyn with long blonde hair. Child Theresa May. Old Ed Miliband. So wrong. So, so wrong.
Since Theresa May announced there would be an early general election on 8 June, more than 23 MPs (so far) have said they are stepping aside.
Following a petition signed by over 150,000 people to ban compulsory high heels at work, the government has announced that it is working on new guidelines on sexist dress codes.
Tim Farron, Jeremy Corbyn, and Angus Robertson criticised May during Prime Minister’s Questions for refusing to take part in televised debates before the election.
In a surprise announcement, the PM said the country needed an election to bring stability and unity at Westminster.
“Morocco has a very old relationship with the UK and Brexit is a way for us to renew that relationship.”
Nearly two years after losing a general election, the former Labour leader still regularly gets stopped in the street by teenagers wanting to take pictures and videos with him. Why?
Daniel Korski’s company Public.io was going to offer access to government advisers to tech companies as part of their remunerated services, but deleted the names from their website after inquiries from BuzzFeed News.
“Theresa May’s letter to the European Union is poison wrapped in cellophane, iron fist in silk glove, high-voltage cynicism wrapped in exquisitely diplomatic language.”
As Theresa May triggers Article 50 and officially starts the Brexit process, here is how newspapers around Europe reacted to the news.
The Labour MP is proposing an amendment to prevent victims being cross-examined in court about their sexual history, but lawyers fear the change could lead to cases getting thrown out.
Caroline Lucas has urged the home secretary to rethink the “utterly misguided and hugely insulting” decision not to let Thomas Kentos Bakyayita attend the Global Greens Congress in Liverpool.
Foreign Office minister Tobias Ellwood gave CPR to the police officer who was killed in the attack in Westminster on Wednesday.
Evening Standard editor-in-chief George Osborne tried to justify his new media job in parliament, but MPs have told BuzzFeed News that the former chancellor must step down.
One MP said: “Theresa May could fart loudly at the despatch box and it wouldn’t make any difference; as long as Corbyn is there, she is laughing all the way to the election.”
The London mayor also called on Theresa May to give all EU citizens living in the UK permanent residency when she triggers Article 50, as “an act of good faith”.
The UKIP leader’s site, which is now back online after being down for several weeks, no longer claims he was a professional footballer.
Asked by BuzzFeed News if he’d been visiting Julian Assange, the former UKIP leader said he couldn’t remember what he’d been doing in the building.
Philip Hammond has announced a rise in national insurance for self-employed people. Here’s what the Conservatives were saying on the issue at the last general election.
MPs warned that since fees for tribunals were introduced, the number of women taking their employers to court for unjust dress codes “have fallen off a cliff”.