On Saturday afternoon, protestors gathered outside Downing Street, angry at the UK's shambolic government and the Tories plan to jump into bed with the backwards DUP.
There's quite literally no evidence to suggest this is true. It's fake news. But this election is increasingly dominated by false stories and non-facts. Both the Conservative Party and our right-wing press are responsible.
Of course Theresa May has pledged her allegiance to fox hunting, the ruling-class are reasserting their power in the most deranged, blood-thirsty way they know how.
General Elections are pretty tedious, especially when the Conservative Party looks set for a landslide. Prank calls? Yes please.
Theresa May won't stop banging on about 'strong and stable leadership' in this general election, but her version of strength and stability is the last thing the United Kingdom needs.
In an unexpected statement outside Downing Street, the Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a snap general election for 8 June 2017.
Another referendum on Scotland's future is on the cards, but is radically progressive Scottish nationalism a paradox? A Schrödinger's cat that means all things to all people?
Before you celebrate this government pardoning dead white gay men, remember the United Kingdom still deports LGBT people to countries where it's unsafe to be queer all the time.
Theresa May's long awaited Brexit speech was intended to calm our fears about Britain's future, but instead the outlook is now even bleaker than before.
The decision to pardon gay men in Britain who'd once been found guilty of homophobic and now defunct sexual offences means nothing while this government continues to let the LGBT community down.
A spike in homophobic hate crime after Brexit might seem surprising, but James Butler argues this vote was always about clawing back society to a distant, oppressive past.
A poll conducted by innovative drugs pressure group VolteFace finds overwhelming cross-party support for the legalisation of medical marijuana in Great Britain.