11 wonderful ways the internet’s destroyed Theresa May’s “strong and stable” PR spin

British Prime Minister Theresa May has now set in stone a mantra for the upcoming General Election. With the drearily predictable "strong and stable" repeated ad infinitum, May continues what comes naturally to her. That is, of course, sounding like robotic bureaucrat trying to imitate Margaret Thatcher's airy arrogance. Happily, the Internet has done what it does best and had some fun with her PR spin.

Meet the artist whose spoof movie posters are trolling Trump

Now Donald Trump has been president for a few months, we can officially add Trump photoshops to the list of "Things the Internet Loves". So it should come as no surprise that people around the world have been getting creative with photo editing, and the result is tons and tons of amazingly hilarious, sometimes ridiculous, photos.

Tiny Trumps: The new meme that’s taking Trump from big shot to tiny tot

No one has a bigger opinion of Donald Trump than Donald Trump. The Internet is on a mission to change that. How? Using the magic of Photoshop, of course. The premise is simple: take a photo of Trump and shrink him down to the size of a small toddler. The result is a series of masterpieces that perfectly sum up how a huge portion of the world views the new President: childish, petulant, and small.

14 quotes about fascism that everyone should read

The neo-nationalism of Brexit and the election of the nativist Donald Trump have rejuvenated far-right politics in a way that's not been seen since the 1930s.To help shed more light on this hateful, hate-mongering political philosophy, here are 14 quotes from academics, thinkers, authors and politicians who lived or studied the horrors of a fascist state.

19 orange things that are better than Donald Trump

Some people might be celebrating Donald Trump's Presidential win this week -- we, however, think that there are countless other orange things that are worthy of celebration. Let's take a look at 19 of them that deserve a little recognition too.

Colleen Terrans 18 and Dawn Miller 21 riding on the bonnet of the leading car of the South Glamorgan campaign to Keep Britain in Europe.

14 incredible photos of Britain’s 1975 vote to stay in the EU

Back in 1975, Britons had their first chance to ditch membership of the European Economic Union in favour of an isolationist policy in an already international world. Happily, sane heads prevailed in this first-ever national referendum and 67% of people voted remain. Here is how they did it.