One of the right-wing newspaper's reporters appears to have inadvertently revealed how they are ordered to spin stories.
Lobbyists for the UK newspaper industry say the government can't keep ignoring the internet giants' growing influence over the news media.
What do BuzzFeed writers around the world make of Brexit Britain? TL;DR: Everyone thinks we've lost our minds.
The Daily Express front page was based on a survey on its own website.
Way to spin a story. H/T Huffington Post.
The Labour leader branded himself an "international sex symbol" and poked fun at Gordon Brown, Richard Desmond and the Mail on Sunday.
It's not pretty. Inspired by this tweet from @technicallyron.
Channel 5 is known for incredibly dramatic documentary names. But can you tell which of these are real, and which ones are fake?
Health breakthroughs and weather chaos, you guys.
A newspaper known for soft pornography criticises a newspaper's weather reports.
It's just possible the Daily Express misjudged Twitter with this one. Via The Media Blog.
Their front page today? It's nothing out of the ordinary.