"But do you want him to win?"
Sepp Blatter gets ambushed with a cloud of cash during a press conference prank.
London's part-time mayor has been handed a £25,000 pay rise by the Telegraph. Your mole weeps.
A sub at the Standard has given David Gauke MP a new wife - and a new name.
“I am the only 20-year-old in the UK that the Chancellor is prepared to help with housing.”
They're not very long.
The Smiths guitarist and perennial Tory-botherer has tweeted his disapproval.
The work and pensions secretary cheered on the new "living" wage, which turns out to be nothing of the sort.
Either George Osborne can't figure out the difference between pens and printers - or his handwriting is far, far tidier than ours.
"Please don't do things like this ever."
The FA shows its class with a tribute to the England women's football team.
Hey dawg, we heard you don't like memes, so we turned you into a meme so you can oppose memes while being a meme.
The glass net.
Honestly, it could be anything.
Despite the fact that it's 2015, the new make-up of the House of Commons' culture, media and sport select committee is entirely white men.
On the hottest day of the year, the Guardian servers went into meltdown. Follow our timeline of key events below.
It's a Yes or Not Accepted question.
"Hmmm not exactly."
"You can't be fired from your own mind."
Clash of the Twitans.
But they failed to broadcast it.
First Ministerial Funnies.
The creator of Cool Ed Miliband is admonished on lunchtime TV for swearing about how great the Labour leader was.
Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham's sign-off on a letter to Prince Charles, which he wrote while Health Secretary, may seem obsequious, but it's nothing personal.
Progressive politics, huh.
Election, resignation, self-deprecation.
Move aside, Sarah Marshall.