Those behind the latest online poll to be hijacked should have known better
'What strikes me the most is how little many of my British friends know about Irish history'
A bad Greek-themed pun is clearly the best response to a question about poor families not receiving the childcare they were promised
For anyone who saw his behaviour towards women on Big Brother in 2010 and then followed his success on YouTube, it would have been like watching Rise of the Planet of the Apes
I didn't vote for Corbyn to be Labour leader, but I still find it hard to believe how much his critics are creating an alternate reality around him, and actually believing in it
From phone chargers on the street to excrement-free handles on public transport, segregating slow walkers is just the beginning
This isn't a clear moral victory, but yet another reminder of the huge power wielded by mainstream pornography
To celebrate London Cocktail Week we asked Richard Woods, bar tender at the Duck and Waffle, for his weirdest and most accessible recipes
Personally I don't see why Bahar Mustafa should lose her job over it – it's ironic, funny and thought-provoking
I can see why you’d want to a record abuse so the perpetrator can be punished, but the fact that she filmed and uploaded it herself makes it all a bit weird
Like many people I've despaired at how weird and ineffective Miliband is, but could he finally be turning it around?
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He should have known that anyone who is genuinely anti-establishment will always come a bit undone
How is sharing dull facts about yourself supposed to tackle stigma?
As well as a telling lack of demand for such a day, there are already campaigns in place for male-specific problems
The app's introduction of the "double blue tick" means that talking to people online has just become even more stressful