Philip Hammond is under fire for using Budget 2017 to raise National Insurance for the self-employed.
Former chancellor will pick up £650,000 a year from the finance giant while still an MP.
Chancellor delivered the Budget as if it was a comedy set at Jongleurs.
Comedian Richard Herring celebrates International Women's Day by telling men when their day will come.
Humans are evolved to be aggressive and technological advances create apocalyptic potential.
At Attari, which borders Pakistan, the Indian government raised its country's biggest national flag.
An American footballer missed out on winning a private island from Adidas because he wore Nike shoes
John Ross broke the 40 Yard Dash record. Adidas promises record-breakers an island. But there's a catch.
The pit bull was seized by the local council and set to be destroyed on the orders of police.
Anthony Mancinelli was born in 1911, started cutting hair in 1924, and is still in demand.
Australia's Department for Finance used real staff in a painful advert promoting its graduate programme.
The Harry Potter star gave out cheap advice in New York's Grand Central Terminal.
Jeremy's Twitter super-fans are remaining vigilant in this difficult hour for their Lord and Saviour.
Theresa May is expected to restrict the rights of EU migrants who arrive after 15 March, 2017.
Farage called Trump 'a regular bloke' after the pair had dinner at the president's Washington hotel.
Trump routinely peddles falsehoods when he speaks, but is this deliberate or is he just lazy?
William Hill says the Labour and Ukip leaders are facing doubtful futures.
BBC Weather map for York puts the city somewhere near Scarborough as Storm Doris hits.
A giant skeletal Donald Trump and Theresa May joined Perry on stage at the Brit Awards 2017.
Former couple take part in hilarious mock photo shoot to send-up couples on Facebook.
If you slow down Donald Trump's speeches they sound like the sermons of a pub bore.
President Trump claimed Sweden is "having problems like they never thought possible" due to refugees.
Breitbart editor Yiannopoulos has lost his book deal with Simon & Schuster and a CPAC keynote speech.
Charles Bronson, who changed his name to Charles Salvador, is getting married to actress Paula Williamson.
Susan Fowler's claims of workplace sexism at Uber is another reputational blow for the taxi app.
The Great Nurdle Hunt found that almost three quarters of the British shoreline is blighted by plastic.
Uranium is, you know, nuclear weapons and other bad things or something.
The internet is having fun with exaggerated claims about Paul Nuttall's life.
Donald Trump used Twitter to lash out at Nordstrom for dropping his daughter Ivanka's product lines.
Harry Potter author JK Rowling is well-known for slapping people down on Twitter.
The British foreign secretary once referred to Africa as 'that country'.