David Cameron is accused of having sex with a dead pig.
David Cameron has dished out peerages to 26 Conservative cronies.
Iain Duncan Smith launched yet another initiative to attack people on benefits this week.
Troublemaker is shocked to find that some bosses and peers are very greedy, and that Amazon treats its workers badly. However it is a relief to see Ukip taking a stand against extremism in pub gardens
Troublemaker watches videos from Labour leadership hopefuls, worries about real heroes, keeps quiet about homelessness and considers some myths
It’s no secret that government departments are feeling the strain after years of austerity. But it’s come to something when George Osborne can’t even draw up a new plan for cuts without help.
The nation rallied behind the queen as she was rocked by cruel Nazi smears. Newly released footage from 1933 shows her and other royals doing Nazi salutes.
Cops tried to buy fancy surveillance technology from cybersecurity firm Hacking Team, leaked emails show.
How long did it take cops to work out that John Palmer, who was shot in the chest, didn’t die from natural causes? Six days of investigation apparently.
This week's Troublemaker leads on the queen pocketing even more cash
This week's Troublemaker leads on scrounging lords and ladies whingeing about food and service
The role of the British government in supporting death squads in Northern Ireland was shown in a documentary broadcast in the Irish Republic this week.
Troublemaker explains MPs' pay rises, looks at more skeletons in Ukip's cupboard and visits a Scottish island
Royston Smith, the new Tory MP for Southampton Itchen, is a generous man.
Shares rise after banks get 'record' fine for rate rigging, real victims of austerity, capitalism fails, snog-gate, Ukip candidate goes to BNP, SNP loves business, MPs' pay rise, leeching Lord is back
Cops predict violence, Ukip leaders fall out, tobacco's great for MPs and the Lib Dems plan to 'rebrand'
Troublemaker shudders at the horrors in Cameron's new cabinet, coos at a new baby called Charlotte and wonders when Texas became a threat to the US
Fat cat bosses saw their pay and perks surge by an average of £350,000 last year. The average chief executive of a FTSE 100 company earned more than £4.46 million in salary, bonuses, pension and other benefits in 2014.
Benefit scams of the rich and how the ruling class want the Orgreave inquiry kept a secret
The Murdoch press took time out from calling migrants cockroaches to gloat over the collapse of a number of trials of journalists.