Serbian prime minister left speechless when glamorous interviewer has "Sharon Stone moment" during TV prank

You don't see that on Newsnight! Grinning Serbian prime minister left speechless when glamorous interviewer has 'Sharon Stone moment' during TV prankPresenter recreates famous scene from Basic Instinct during interview with Socialist party leader Ivica Dačić Uncrosses legs to reveal wardrobe indiscretion Prime Minister stumbles over his words but can't resist fleeting glanceYouTube video of stunt has been watched more than 1.2million times By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 21:14 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:03 GMT, 31 January 2013 An X-rated TV prank has left the prime minister of Serbia feeling a little overexposed after he was flashed by a glamorous presenter during an interview. The country's Socialist party leader Ivica Dačić was midway through a discussion about Balkan politics when the young woman, wearing a particularly short mini dress, uncrossed her legs to reveal she wasn't wearing any underwear. The YouTube video, a clear copy of the famous scene starring Sharon Stone in the 1992 film Basic Instinct, has already had more than 1.2million hits.

"Don"t blame migrants for Britain"s troubles": Tony Blair delivers series of thinly-veiled warnings to Ed Miliband

'Don't blame migrants for Britain's troubles': Tony Blair delivers series of thinly-veiled warnings to Ed MilibandEx-Prime Minister urges greater welfare reform but warns of the dangers of Euroscepticism and 'flattening' the City with regulation He defends the Bush years, insisting rendition and torture was wrong but happened at a time when 'our people were threatened' | UPDATED: 02:11 GMT, 19 December 2012 Tony Blair yesterday delivered a series of thinly-veiled warnings to Ed Miliband over Labour’s positions on immigration, welfare reform and the Leveson Report. In a highly unusual intervention into British politics, the former prime minister declined to say whether he would campaign for the Labour leader at the next election expected in 2015

Fox hunting: David Cameron"s local hunt admits hunting foxes with dogs

How the RSPCA targeted Cameron's local hunt: Judge blasts 'staggering' 330,000 cost of prosecution Heythrop Hunt Limited and two members admitted hunting fox on CotswoldsDavid Cameron and Rebekah Brooks' husband have ridden with the hunt Footage showed evidence of 'prolonged and deliberate unlawful hunting'Retired huntsman Barnfield accused RSPCA of playing politics | UPDATED: 07:56 GMT, 18 December 2012 David Cameron’s local hunt yesterday became the first to be convicted of illegally killing foxes. The Heythrop Hunt, which the Prime Minister has ridden with, was fined 4,000 after it admitted four offences under laws introduced in 2005

Not even that Evan Davis at the BBC can bend these statistics

Not even that Evan Davis at the BBC can bend these statistics By Quentin Letts PUBLISHED: 23:38 GMT, 12 December 2012 | UPDATED: 00:52 GMT, 13 December 2012 Amid all the bawling and honking and (false) hatred and general ape-whooping baloney of the Commons circus, something notable happened at Prime Minister’s Questions. We saw crystallisation of a policy tussle which may decide the next general election. Repeatedly, David Cameron and Edward Miliband disagreed over welfare payments

UKIP is now the "second party of the North" Farage declares as panicked Tories hire new guru who warns northern voters feel…

UKIP is now the 'second party of the North': Farage declare victory as panicked Tories hire new guru who warns northern voters feel 'ignored' UKIP come second in Rotherham with Lib Dems humiliated in EIGHTH suffering their worst by-election result since 1945 Labour hold safe seat, along with Middlesborough and Croydon North tooChancellor George Osborne hires think tank boss Neil O'Brien as a special advisor, days after writing that the Tories had abandoned the NorthUKIP leader Nigel Farage says only his party is confronting issues like immigration | UPDATED: 18:49 GMT, 30 November 2012 The UK Independence Party is now the main challenger to Labour in the North of England, leader Nigel Farage declared after his party surged in three by-elections.