A campaign poster urging people to register to vote was today slammed by as “disgusting sectarian politics” for featuring a white skin-head.
On airwaves, TV interviews and on social media, a large number of prominent campaigners for Brexit have argued in recent days that staying within the EU would open our doors to Turkey, and its millions of citizens.
But not long ago, the same Tory MPs were arguing for Turkey to be admitted into the EU, Political Scrapbook has found.
It was billed as the “biggest rally in modern British political history” by Nigel Farage – but as with his other predictions it may turn out to be the soggiest instead.
A concert on the eve of the EU Referendum, called Bpop, has already turned into a farce as acts pull out and people mocked it on social media.
The far-right group Britain First today threatened the Mayor of London and other elected Muslim politicians with “militant direct action”.
But will the police take their threats seriously?
During the London Mayoral elections, George Galloway was frequently seen going around on an almost-empty bus all around London.
Is Nigel Farage doing the same across the UK? Looks like it.
A new mural of Donald Trump locking lips with Boris Johnson is causing a stir in Bristol, where it has gone on display, and on social media as pictures of it were shared.
Cameron and Osborne used to attack Gordon Brown and Labour for its ‘Stalinist’, ‘command-and-control’ behaviour when dealing with the public.
Now they do the same, and barely anyone notices.
In February this year, the Daily Mail made a big claim: more than 700 EU migrants were being found guilty of crime every week – up by 40% in just five years.
Today, it finally admitted the figure was wrong.
Whether George Osborne ends up leading the Tory party now depends entirely on whether Tory MPs have long memories.
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