Poor old fat cats. They can’t even avoid their tax without causing a backlash.
A man smoked an e-cigarette on a Megabus coach last week.
The Tories seem to think the "Big Society" can deal with the floods sweeping swathes of Britain. But it doesn’t look like it.
David Cameron called comedian Jimmy Carr "morally wrong" for using Jersey to pay just one percent tax on his £3.3 million income.
A quarter of the richest people in Britain are Tory party donors—and they have handed Cameron and co a massive £83 million.
Kate Middleton’s parents have splashed out £4.7 million on a new mansion after the queen’s jubilee got the tills ringing at their firm Party Pieces.
More bad news for Newsnight’s political editor Allegra Stratton, whose vicious interview with a woman on benefits sparked outrage.
Our fat cat of the week is Martin Baggs, chief executive of Thames Water.
David Cameron’s mantra about the Leveson inquiry is that all politicians "got too close" to Murdoch. But behind that is the truth about how deep he was drawn into the Murdoch web. Again and again he has had to admit more meetings with the Murdochs.
The 8,000 people who are going to carry the Olympic torch were supposed to be chosen because they were "inspirational". But the official list shows hundreds of torchbearers were selected just because they are bigwigs at one of the corporate sponsors.
The world’s super-rich will spend almost £1 trillion on luxury this year, a report says. They are so rich that they’re looking for new ways to splash their cash—and posh "experiences" instead of things are the newest trend.
They had an unusual way of celebrating the jubilee in Bury. Instead of waving union jacks, they held a festival where people dressed up as Nazis. But things got a lot worse when a Jewish couple was asked to join in—by dressing as Holocaust victims.
To lose one tax policy may be regarded as a misfortune. To lose two or three looks like carelessness.
Bosses at Torbay Hospital have given their workers a break—by handing them Kit Kat chocolate bars to celebrate winning an award.
You’d have thought that BBC’s Top Gear programme had run out of minority groups to insult and smear.
Tesco boss Terry Leahy says he’s a lefty.
Amid all the Leveson fuss, Tory education secretary Michael Gove admitted that he thinks it’s OK for schools to be run for profit last week.
The government loves to point the finger at "lifestyle choices" to explain health problems faced by ordinary people.
A woman has been given a police warning—for joking on Facebook that she would put out the Olympic torch with a water pistol.
This week's Toff of the Week is Henry Armitage