"Don't thank me, I've done nothing for you."
Some poor science reporting in the papers this week in response to a review of the literature on the risks of marijuana consumption.
The artist was on the Today show this morning.
It is absurd to tell women to love themselves in a world that alienates them from their own flesh.
Channel 4 bosses have chosen Jeremy Paxman as host of its general election coverage, highlighting how this area of broadcast is still dominated by older men.
News Corp's chief executive wrote to the EU's competition commissioner to complain about Google's power over online media - and the Silicon Valley company was all to happy to illustrate the irony.
It's not quite Passport to Pimlico, but the front page of the Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser today proposes the residents of the Surrey commuter get enthusiastic about the possibility of independence.
Tatler’s features editor gathers together the anti-independence fears of Scotland’s absurdly wealthy and privileged aristocrats.
Heading to Sunday dinner with the familer? You'd better tell a forces press officer first if your cousin works for the local paper.
Advice to reporters: when sent to explain why the stereotypes about something are wrong, it’s best not to do your best to reinforce those stereotypes.