The UK and US share much in common, but there's also lots that's very different. Here's 20 American things that horrify Brits the most.
True to the spirit of their nation, the people of the UK are fighting against tyranny by using the most effective weapon known to man; subtle and hilarious British humour.
Soon after Theresa May's resignation was announced on May 24th, 2019, Twitter lit up with endless side-splitting state. Here are ten of the best.
Many creative people have successfully predicted future events and technological advances through their art. Aldos Huxley predicted the widespread use […]
Last week, Theresa May ruled out an autumn election in the UK, stating that it was not going to be "in the national interest" to hold one before Brexit. But let's just stop for a minute and examine the recent history of the phrase "national interest" and it's association with the Conservative party, shall we?
Nigel Farage has once again let his mouth get the better of him and once again been utterly destroyed by someone who knows what they're talking about.This time the subject was the NHS.
You don't have to be a genius to know that Boris Johnson only ever opens his mouth to put his foot in it or to further his career. This week he's attempted both by wittering on about burqa wearing because when the UK is on the very cusp of national self-destruction, opinionating on what people wear is crucial.
Today British Prime Minister Theresa May tried to set out an upbeat vision for Britain’s future relationship with the EU in a speech at the Santa Maria Novella church in the heart of Florence, Italy. Sadly, the internet wasn't quite as enthusiastic as she'd hoped about her new "have your cake and eat it" proposals.
We've found the ultimate source for anti-Brexit burn. At least gigglesnort yourself through UK's grace period, pending terminal Post-colonial irrelevance.