Chuka Umunna, Luciana Berger and five (now six) other ex-Labour nobodies gambling on becoming somebodies have launched an independent group. To run away from the party, Brexit and pretty much everything else, apart from the Tories, as three of them have joined too. Making it look a lot more Tory.
Thank you Netflix for putting a marketable name to Trump’s tweeting syndrome. But why disguise it? Why not write a story where people literally die when they read Trump’s tweets?
LBC don’t go in much for celebs. But, like Have I Got News For You, they have a knack for showcasing rightwing peabrains wobbling on the brink of the chute to the dumper.
Podcast: Robin and Sean get down to the new, gender-fluid Question Time and recall the show’s boisterous history. Contains answers.
First it was Doctor Who. Now another BBC institution, Question Time, has taken a brave leap into the 21st century.
What is this thing with middle-aged men and their obsession with projecting virility?
You’ve been hearing a bit less lately from Digby. Probably since he said George Osborne deserved a big pat on the back.
Nick is perceived as LBC’s chief goader and mocker, lancing antisocial misfits for three hours a day like a man out hunting dogs in the city with a homemade spear.
Is there a more poignant emblem of the confusion of Brexit than the remainer with the grenades?