William and Kate tried to look normal on their trip to Australia by joining in with the DJ at a pop music event. Oh dear.
A Muslim blog's joyful "Happy" video is going viral.
Rashida Manjoo, human rights expert from the UN, has caused a kerfuffel by declaring the UK is the “most sexist” country in the world - except she hasn't.
Quote: “It's Iran... with a smile.”
In the mood for watching some videos on benefits system reform? The DWP's got you covered.
"We're all wildlife, Lucy."
It's ridiculous we still have to deal with this kind of thing.
The prime minister's op-ed in the Telegraph made a basic numerical error in trying to rebut criticisms from the Archbishop of Westminster.
Charlie Brooks is alleged to have tried to down a pint of the bright green dish soap to try and cure his hangover.
The people who choose what gets built in London have terrible ideas about what the rest of us want or need, and have no idea how wrong they are.
Offers "sincere and unconditional hypocrisy".
How best to handle the search for a lost plane? Why, turn the studio into a rubbish simulacrum of the bottom of the sea.
There's appropriation, and then there's the education secretary spitting some bars in praise of a friend's free school project in West London. And what the hell is “chap-hop”, anyway?
Four papers carried photos of the star at the moment he was told of his girlfriend's death. The chilling, censoring effect of the Leveson Inquiry that everyone was so worried about seems not to have kicked in yet. . .
Forget 25 years of modelling, fashion collections for Topshop and shenanigans with Pete Doherty, what Kate Moss was really put on this earth to do was review an MOR covers album by her mate George Michael.
“Is it called the welfare state because it is well fair?”
Alien holograms from the EU are coming to get your money, apparently.
The photographic campaign exposes racial stereotypes.
He's almost as good at delivering punchlines as delivering speeches.
In her speech at Essence Magazine’s Black Women in Hollywood event, the Oscar winner spoke of how she used to be “teased and taunted about her night-shaded skin”, and how she arrived at the realisation that beauty doesn’t come in shades.
On a splash reporting that "70 per cent say we must ban new migrants", the paper features nothing but celebs who are themselves the product of immigration.
Sochi? More like So-Gay!
The only thing worse than a union boss on a luxury holiday is a union boss getting a discount on his luxury holiday thanks to a voucher offer.
"Most Connected Men 2014" comes across more as "Men We Know Who Are Likely To Share This Article On Twitter 2014".
The campaign is titled “Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters”, and is focused on “the struggles and triumphs a trans person may face in relation to their gender identity”.
Israeli settlements in the West Bank cause misery for Palestinians - but, of course, one must lend equal weight to the joy that bubbly soft drinks bring to the rest of us.
The former UKIP MEP resorts to ableism during a debate at the Oxford Union.
Uniforms for taxi drivers? Old-fashioned colours on trains? Just some of the crap UKIP included in its manifesto for the 2010 election, as revealed to Nigel Farage on the Daily Politics.
Only five per cent of sports media coverage features women. Wonder why?
Chris Evans will become acting editor for the weekday paper. Is a total restructure in the offing?