Tories in York refused to back a Labour motion on the rise in racism and xenophobia because their former leader said it “seeks to magnify the problem”.
Astonishing clarification published in the Daily Mail today.
On Wednesday last week, the Sun newspaper declared we were in “Brexciting Times” – that forecasters had predicted the UK’s future outside the EU was “golden”.
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If you want some indication of how stupid the EU debate is, look no further than the Daily Express.
It’s always joyous to watch when the Daily Mail’s awful reporting is exposed by its own readers.
Its latest gaffe was an attempt to whip up outrage about Pokemon GO, clearly without any knowledge of how the game works.
The UK has seen a “dramatic” fall in output and business activity since the EU Referendum vote – a big new survey of the economy showed today.
It suggests the UK is heading into a recession that could cause devastation for jobs and incomes across the country.
A day after being permanently banned from Twitter, the right-wing troll Milo Yiannopolous is now pitching himself as a defender of free speech.
Though someone actually tested if this was true.
The Sun is being accused of ‘victim blaming’ on social media today after a tweet that focused on a woman’s drinking before she was raped and murdered.
If Brexit does indeed take place, it won’t actually happen until at least 2019, Theresa May quietly admitted yesterday.
Of course, she didn’t say that loud in case the right-wing press start crying foul, but that is what she said.