The furore around "fake" news shows no sign of abating. Can you spot what's real and what's not?
“They’ve been planning this coup from the day Jeremy got elected.”
I felt for Jeremy Corbyn as former Labour leaders toured the TV studios attacking him. Luckily, not every MP is against him.
Press coverage of the referendum was designed to inflame xenophobia and our worst “Little England” instincts.
It may have been a publicity stunt – but some of the responses are still worrying.
My week, from the moment Corbyn saw Cameron resign to the voters who went from fury to regret.
Portland Communications has been accused of conspiring against Jeremy Corbyn. It's not true, but it does reveal a worrying political imbalance in the lobbying industry.
The soon-to-be-ex Prime Minister shouts "for heaven's sake man, go!" in a heated exchange at Prime Minister's Questions.
Returning to the scene of the crime.
After the EU referendum result, Nigel Farage said it was a "mistake" for Leave to suggest funds could go to the NHS. But what's this?
Not this too.
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