The level of invective at Northcliffe House, the Mail papers’ Kensington headquarters, has never been higher.
As the attack in Christchurch shows, the threat of far-right extremism poses as big a challenge to civil society as Islamist extremism.
The second instalment of the international hit German series turns on capitalism.
Someone’s been fiddling with the font size.
The parody character is aimed at those who claim “you can’t say anything anymore”, while their opinions are constantly repeated on TV and in the papers.
Quoting a creepy sex joke and calling women “girls”.
In an era of profound suspicion towards party bureaucracies, digital media has delivered a new type of politician.
Apparently, to the Leader of the House of Commons, Muslim equals foreign.
Amber Rudd called the shadow home secretary a “coloured woman” while trying to back her on live radio. But there’s another issue here too.
Me orange, you apple.
Partisan hashtags give egoists and grifters a shortcut to a diehard following and reinforce online echo chambers.