The warning from 2015 and 2016: what matters in the flurry of the campaign may not matter at all the morning after polling
The term is described as politics's most important contribution to language for the past 40 years.
Man throttles dog.
An offensive video by BBC Newsbeat perpetuates racist stereotypes about black people.
A woman allowed her boyfriend to brand his name on her body to help assuage his jealousy.
The opportunities for efficiency, adaptability and growth offered by digital skills have never been so important to British businesses. The New Statesman asked a panel of experts, including Digital Minister Matt Hancock, Tinder Foundation CEO Helen Milner, Tech City CEO Gerard Grech and Google Policy Manager Katie O’Donovan, to pinpoint the weak spots and the opportunities for a smarter digital skills strategy.
The shadow chancellor is not the first politician to confuse the UK's EU exit with the morning meal.
“Do you do dental checks on Page 3 girls to ensure they are definitely adults?”
Unsubstantiated cobblers? Why not spice it up with a picture of the former leader of the Labour party awkwardly standing?
The party has been fined a record £20,000 for undeclared election spending.
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