After failing in his mission to ‘fit in’ with the working classes by eating a bacon sandwich normally, and receiving some criticism for his relentless selfie-snapping, the Labour leader had all but turned his back on every politician’s favourite publicity tool ̶ the un-humble photo opportunity. Until now, that is. And the resulting image is glorious.
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Cabinet Office records show PM's entertaining
The man who brought Cherie Blair to tears, duped Sarah Ferguson and swindled millions, is back behind bars – for now
The comedian and actress posted an image of herself topless riding a horse, a replica of a famous shot taken of the Russian President
The former Prime Minister says that ending immigration would be a "disaster for this country"
The Labour leader all but declared his days in front of the lens dead in July after he failed to elegantly tackle a bacon sandwich on a tour of the midlands
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Other guests at Chequers include director Richard Curtis, Marks and Spencer CEO Marc Bolland and former MI5 head Baroness Manningham-Buller
Judge refuses first round of Harris’s application to appeal
Hardy: 'You have to try everything and it’s all a process of elimination, but ultimately you find your path'
The American businessman was officially declared a fugitive after fleeing from India after the leak
Hollywood kindly decided not to press charges over the incident
The Top Gun actor learned a tough lesson in being a tenant after he lost his small claims court battle in Van Nuys with the landlord of his rented abode
Producer Glyn Johns birthed umpteen rock classics, and has 50 years’ worth of stories to tell about life in the studio with Mick and Bob and co
The actor technically now has the right to trade in the square mile if he should so wish
The 86-year-old inspired this Coca Cola advert and appeared in many more
The Imitation Game sees her play cryptanalyst Joan Clarke, who worked at Bletchley Park as part of the team trying to crack the Enigma code
The floating of his online marketplace Alibaba has made him China’s richest man and a global player
The Tory MP Philip Davies has made the news twice this week, once for his confrontation with Jon Snow in the offices of Channel 4, after which he accused the veteran broadcaster of bullying him, and once when he suggested that sex education in schools is causing an increase in teenage pregnancies. On that subject, he challenged others to look at the evidence, something he had notably failed to do. The Office for National Statistics says that teenage pregnancies are at their lowest level since 1969.
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- 4 Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson criticised for beer tweet
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Woman blinded as a child can see again after hitting her head on a coffee table
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson criticised for beer tweet
The bubble bursts for Sodastream
Russian politician says Apple CEO Tim Cook should be 'banned' from country after coming out as gay
Pope Francis declares evolution and Big Bang theory are real and God is not 'a magician with a magic wand'
Huge surge in Ukip support after EU funding row, according to new poll
Ukip ‘exploiting grooming scandal’ to secure party’s first police chief
Nigel Farage: 'There’s nothing wrong with white people blacking up'
Maureen Lipman says 'she can't vote Labour while Ed Miliband is leader'
Muslims, immigration and teenage pregnancy: British people are ignorant about almost everything
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