“Old-fashioned light bulbs”, “crooked cucumbers”, and “new vocabulary”.
The newly re-annointed Labour leader was shown holding a sign calling for a shadow minister for mental health.
Searching for a way out.
Whatever reshuffle is confirmed, Purnell will also be spoken about as a potential BBC director general.
What happened when the Labour leader did a live webchat with the UK’s most militant mothers?
Is this the worst news since Brexit?
Look at it.
Will Young? Tamal Ray? Konnie Huq? We analyse their silhouettes for clues.
Replacing adverts on the tube with images of cats might sound like a joke but it's part of a wider campaign to challenge the presence of advertising in public spaces.
"Plenty of genuine sexism and misogyny in politics," tweeted the Scottish Politician, after the shadow foreign secretary claimed Sky's Dermot Murnaghan was "patronising".
“The cyber is so big.”
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