The newspaper's insistence on claiming it has nothing to do with its website borders on the ridiculous.
The reliance on vox pops changed the tone of apparently impartial broadcast coverage.
A pictorial guide.
About time somebody did.
The politics professor predicted that Labour would not poll as high as 38 per cent - "I will happily eat my new Brexit book if they do".
The shift to online readership means The Sun and Daily Mail will have a much tougher time influencing who ends up in power.
As the Tories fail to win a majority, the papers have changed their tune.
It's worse than futile.
The veteran broadcaster should go out on a high and concentrate on being master of Question Time.
Is the Conservative and media mockery of Jeremy Corbyn's close ally motivated by racism and sexism - or part of the rough and tumble of politics?