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The broadcaster is far from the only journalistic organisation to have a bruising relationship with the politicians it covers.
Rupert Murdoch’s Times is now a far better paper than the Telegraph, which is heavily slanted towards the pro-Brexit brand of hard Toryism.
A four-page “advertisement feature” in Metro attempts to bust myths – but simply reinforces the welfare system’s problems.
“Reporter upset that a random teenager does not have talking points memorised.”
Are you a milkshaking millennial or a rotten tomato-wielding Jacobean urchin?
Just as the party’s back on the up, coalition grandees remind us why it was down.
The Brexit Party leader repeatedly failed to say how Brexit would benefit the Welsh town he visited.
“That’s it, it’s there, that’s the answer to this – it’s in your hands.”
“It’s never too late to improve your skills”. Clearly.
After a fierce dynastic struggle, Lachlan has emerged as the heir apparent to the 88-year-old Rupert Murdoch’s diminished but still powerful media empire.
James Brokenshire is getting grilled and roasted online for his quad of cookers.