Takes it in better humour than John Prescott getting hit with an egg.
Here are those ministerials statements they hoped you wouldn't notice. Kind of.
We break down the runners and riders to be the next Guardian editor, as Alan Rusbridger announces his resignation after 20 years.
Longstanding head stands down.
This is politics, Britain. You're welcome to it.
Wall of shame.
The Band Aid participants have done a behind-the-scenes video, in which they get helicoptered to lunch at PR guru Matthew Freud's enormous mansion, which has "strawberries - everything".
MP I O U.
Absolutely no downside here, nooooooooooo.
No, but really, though: what about the men?
The Christmas advert contest has had an unexpectedly emotional new entrant.
As the media spotlight turns on the Vine star, ITV2 faces calls to drop his show.
Confusing as ABC.
"What about Scotland?"
The problem with using idioms to look clever is you look even worse if you get it wrong.
That joke isn't funny any more.
The Independent discovers Ukip exploiting the Rotherham grooming scandal for political purposes. But it allowed Nigel Farage to do just that in his column.
The PM refuses to pose wearing a "This is what a feminist looks like" t-shirt for ELLE magazine.
"Rotherham is worse than a calypso".
"Don't thank me, I've done nothing for you."
A Radio 1 DJ behind the mock-Carribean anthem championing Ukip sees the error of his ways. Though any offence was obviously "unintentional".
It’s exactly as bad as you are imagining.
There is no satisfactory answer to that question.
The artist was on the Today show this morning.
It isn’t just the hackers who stole her personal photos who are to blame, the actress says.
"No, I am your prospective elected representative."
Read more carefully before you click, Matt.
Could paper tax discs be the new "proper larger size and design" of British passports for Ukip?
If there's one thing a Conservative loves, it's a brick. Or maybe a bit of scaffolding.