Our most clicked stories this week…
The British-Dutch company Unilever has been accused of racism after hiring a dark-skinned man to bathe in chocolate, to promote a chocolate brand.
A Labour MP has called for a hate-group to be banned after a Political Scrapbook story on how it was still encouraging the incitement of violence against British Ahmadis.
Theresa May has slapped down foreign secretary Boris Johnson (completing the circle with the three amigos) after he said Article 50 would be triggered early next year.
Something odd caught Political Scrapbook‘s eye this afternoon after a flurry of Great British Bake Off news came tumbling out.
A British man convicted of the murder of a shopkeeper from Glasgow is continuing to incite violence from prison, Political Scrapbook has learnt.
The Dalai Lama was on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, and briefly did an impression of Donald Trump.
You may remember that UKIP’s sole MP Douglas Carswell became a laughing stock (again) yesterday after he argued with a scientist about what causes tides.
That incident led to people on Twitter starting something Carswell didn’t want: #askCarswell
Is there a week that goes by when Louise Mensch doesn’t put her foot in her mouth?