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When Michael Gove interviewed Trump for The Times a few weeks ago, he didn’t reveal that Rupert Murdoch was also sitting in the room.
The last time that MPs discussed the prospect of Britain ratifying a convention against domestic violence, Philip Davies couldn’t help intervene.
Last night after Paul Nuttall’s humiliating loss in Stoke, the UKIP party leader couldn’t wait to leave the count.
Both Paul Nuttall and Jeremy Corbyn faced setbacks last night as Tories won the seat in Copeland, and Labour held off a challenge from UKIP to keep its seat in Stoke-on-Trent.
Ever thought that both Piers Morgan and Donald Trump are constantly looking for validation and affirmation to feed their egos?
The Scottish Prison Service has restricted the phone-calls of convicted murderer Tanveer Ahmed after Political Scrapbook revealed he was still inciting violence from behind bars.
The Daily Mail has today admitted it had wrongly blamed Labour for compensation paid to a former Guantanamo Bay detainee.
Theresa May has refused to meet her but that doesn’t mean Marine Le Pen has stopped admiring her, and her policies, from afar.
A charity linked to prominent Brexiteers has been censured for allowing its research grants to be used to advocate for Brexit.