The former Ukip leader has appeared at a Donald Trump rally. It went exactly as you would expect.
"Yours and my worst nightmare," joked the Labour leader as he welcomed hacks for the first time.
The presenter has departed after 21 years on the Radio 4 current affairs show.
It is vital that the BBC comes through the departure of its creative director, Alan Yentob, in good shape.
In a proudly low budget production, soundtracked by an instrumental version of “We Wish You A Merry Christmas”, a middle aged woman says, “I’m bisexual and I always find something I love at Robert Dyas”.
The devil finds his advocate.
He spoke in patter, in a kind of spoken wallpaper. He exuded false modesty.
The show’s expertise seems to be leaching away. Too often, its journalists end up telling me something I already know.
A Sun "exclusive" in which a reporter claimed to have travelled 2,000 miles through Europe without a passport has been removed.
Ready, steady, cringe.
The BBC executive and former chairman of the embattled children's charity finally stands down after months of pressure and speculation.
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