Just as with the Virgin video, the fundamental underpinnings of the Jennifer’s Ear broadcast were true, regardless of the creative shortcuts.
The Leave camp promised us all a unicorn and now claim they merely hinted at the possibility of a pony.
Plus: what Nietzsche knew, Douglas Carswell's curious tweets and why David Cameron is like an essay crisis.
Boris Johnson has stunned Westminster by pulling out of the race to be David Cameron’s successor.
To me, my “friend” lived on Facebook, and she died there.
The most popular leadership contender has just pulled out.
Anyone baffled by the Labour leader’s refusal to stand down would learn a great deal from his supporters.
The first poll of the Tory contest puts the Home Secretary well out in front
It is the Labour leader's sense of obligation to his supporters that sustains him.
With Boris gone, Theresa May and Michael Gove are serious contenders for the crown.
Will Jeremy Corbyn, Tim Farron and Leanne Wood agree to meet for talks?
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