brexit
Thanks to Brexit, John Lewis’ Profits Are Down By Half

Oh dear; things aren't looking too good for the high street department store. John Lewis has revealed that its profits for the first half of the year have fell by 53.3 per cent. Read More >>

tv
Alan Partridge is Returning to the BBC as ‘The Voice of Brexit’

Steve Coogan has revealed that Alan Partridge will be returning to the BBC after a 15-year hiatus as 'the voice of the BBC'. This will mark the first time the parody newscaster has appeared on the channel in 15 years. Read More >>

politics
Happy Brexit Day! Here’s What Happened After One Year Of Taking Back Control

Today marks one year to do the day since Britain patriotically voted to throw off the shackles of Brussels and go it alone in the world as a free, independent nation. “Today is our Independence Day!” declared hero of the hour Nigel Farage upon winning. Read More >>

networks
Three Is The Only UK Network That Will Commit To Not Reinstating Roaming Charges After Brexit

Yesterday was a big day for Europe, as mobile roaming charges were abolished across the continent. Thanks to the European Union's Digital Single Market initiative, mobile networks are now unable to charge you exorbitant fees when you travel in any of the 27 other EU countries. This means that you can call, text, and crucially use data as you would in Britain. Read More >>

politics
Here’s Evidence The Telegraph Campaign To Recommission the Royal Yacht Is Dead In The Water

So, the election is over and it is safe to say that it is now fully concluded, with no big repercussions to worry about, umm… right? Read More >>

brexit
Blue Riband Does A Brexit After 81 Years

Beloved childhood chocolate bar Blue Riband is leaving these shores after more than 8 decades, and heading to Poland. Read More >>

politics
We’re Having A General Election In June

Unelected PM Theresa May has surprised us all by announcing this morning that there'll be a general election on the 8th of June. Read More >>

britain
Even Weetabix Is Leaving The UK

In a devastating blow to the league of oldsters trying to bring back some sort of imaginary 'golden age' to the UK, British-as-fish-and-chips breakfast cereal Weetabix is jumping ship to the US. Read More >>

phones
Vodafone Scraps Roaming Charges In 40 Places

Good news if you're on Vodafone: they're getting rid of roaming charges in 40 places worldwide, which means 80% of customers' holidays will now be included in their data plans. Read More >>

politics
EXCLUSIVE: Experts Slam “Bonkers” Proposal To Re-Introduce Imperial Measurements After Brexit, In Letters To Government

Brexit, it turns out, wasn’t just about screwing the economy - last June’s vote has also ignited a fully blown culture war. Read More >>

brexit
Brexit Is More Divisive Than Religion, Says Comedian

It's an experience many of us have had in the comments underneath our Facebook posts: comedians delivering the same material on Brexit are finding they get wildly different responses depending on where the audience is from. Read More >>

science
The Original Brexit Was Probably Far More Catastrophic

Britain’s geographical isolation is one of the cornerstones of its identity which, combined with nationalist fervour, probably played at least some role in the our recent decision to depart from the European Union. But when the Isles first split from the rest of Europe hundreds of thousands years ago, things were considerably more violent. Read More >>

brexit
The BBC’s Brexit Chatbot Will Cheer You Up

Facebook Messenger chatbots are all the rage at the moment, ranging in quality from utterly pointless to utterly brilliant. In the latter category is the BBC's new Brexit bot, which uses bright illustrations and Boris Johnson gifs to make you feel better about the whole fandango. Read More >>

politics
Brexit’s Tech Brain Drain May Have Already Begun

As Article 50 is triggered today, many European expats in Britain, as well as European-minded locals, are packing up, moving on or eyeing up their options. Brexit brain drain could spell disaster for industries like technology already facing shortages of skilled talent. Many talented technologists aren’t waiting to see how Brexit plays out and are already seeking new homes for their in-demand talents overseas. Read More >>

food
Maltesers are the Latest Victim of Exchange Rate Shortchanging

Mars Confectionery, the producer of nice things we buy in public and consume in bouts of intense private shame, is the latest manufacturer to reduce portion sizes in some of its treats. This isn't to save us from ourselves or stop the nation turning obese -- it's so it can charge the same amount of money for giving us less. Read More >>