With TV scalps including David Cameron and George Osborne, Jolyon Rubinstein and Heydon Prowse have set the prank bar high with The Revolution Will Be Televised, which returns tonight at 10:30pm. How to top those? With a third series (and a bigger budget) the pair have been off to the US. While the Tea Party’s momma grizzly didn’t […]

The Democrats have withdrawn campaign posters referencing oral sex from a gubernatorial race in Virginia. The materials, which urge voters on college campuses not to let election day “go down” without them and to “keep their head in the game”, targeted Republican governer candidate Ken Cuccinelli — who wants to ban oral and anal sex between consenting adults. […]

Mitt Romney’s politicising of national disasters during the US presidential campaign has previously come in for significant criticism, but now it’s looking like he’s doing it again in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Whilst Barack Obama has been winning cross-party plaudits for his statesmanlike response, his Republican challenger has been left trying to catch up. […]

You know you’ve made it in politics when small businesses across the globe want to emblazon your name across their hoardings. While Bill Clinton has a scrapyard in Pristina named after him it seems Red Ken can boast of a “coffe shop” [sic] in Kerala state, south west India. Scrapbook looks forward to the George […]

A former president’s unofficial holiday to the Korean peninsula has generated some highly amusing snaps. Front row below (from left to right) William Jefferson Clinton (6 feet 1 inches) and Kim Jong-Il (5 feet 3 inches): The camera angle makes it difficult to see if the Dear Leader is wearing his platform shoes again. But […]