In the US and across the world, lawmakers and regulators are demanding answers from Facebook and Cambridge Analytica in the wake of a global scandal centered on the harvesting of the personal data of 50 million users.
Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over council funding - here are the key bits.
I could write a book about the devious, scheming tactics employed by mothers when they suspect you might be more than a casual fling, a fleeting affair or a bit of hot sex.
Deborah Evans, from Ely, Cardiff (pictured) sexually abused the 15-year-old girl between 1999 and 2000, but was caught because her victim had recorded the abuse in a diary which was used as evidence.
Old Etonian 'smoothie' Nigel Oakes, 55, was Lady Helen Windsor's boyfriend (pictured together) and gate-crashed her 21st birthday party at Windsor Castle in 1985 and was arrested.
Tiarna Greenaway's begged for her life as her boyfriend Otis Jeffries, 22, flew into a jealous rage. He brutally assaulted the 20-year-old during their stay at a luxury lakeside lodge near Cardiff.
On World Down’s syndrome day, this is the story of a special friendship.
Mother-to-be Chloe Edmondson parked in a private car park near the University Hospital of North Tees in County Durham for what she thought would be a short visit to the maternity unit.
Some 101 out of 110 abducted girls are returned to Dapchi town, Nigeria says - but five are thought dead.
The east London serial killer sent the warning that another murder was on the cards. Days later the Ripper slayed Irish prostitute Mary Kelly in his most gruesome murder.
The young man, believed to be in his early 20s, was found suffering from stab wounds at the Stratford Centre.
Beverley Chapman, 45, of Chingford, who is the director of a construction company, claimed she was under pressure after splitting with her ex-girlfriend, who sued her for a share of their house.
California-based Brian Acton has taken to Twitter to urge everyone to delete their Facebook profiles. Acton sold Whatsapp to Facebook for $19 billion (£11.4 billion) in 2014.
The new law makes it harder for convicted domestic abusers to buy guns, but gun advocates say it will only breed confusion Emerald Valley Armory gun shop in Creswell, Oregon, about 120 miles south of Portland, is experiencing a spike in sales.While Washington stalls over gun reform even as thousands prepare for the March for Our Lives rally for gun control, Oregon just passed the first gun control law since the attack in Parkland, Florida. The new measure makes it more difficult for people with domestic violence convictions to purchase or even possess a firearm. Continue reading...
The singer says his relationship is like everyone else's, struggles and all, following split rumours.
ITV confirms Dec will present the rest of the current series of Saturday Night Takeaway on his own.
The 42-year-old TV presenter left his £1.6million rented property in west London today where he has been in lockdown since Sunday and made his way to Kingston Police station.
The fact that President Donald Trump either didn't read or ignored a warning in his briefing papers not to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on a phone call between the two men Tuesday is a sexy story. But, it is not the real story here.
Relatives and friends invited to remember loved ones before main evidence sessions startThe public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire will open with individual portraits of and tributes to the 71 victims of the blaze, it has been revealed.At a preparatory hearing before the main evidence sessions, which are due to start as early as mid-May, relatives and friends were told they could “memorialise their loved ones in any way they think best”. Continue reading...
A 19th century half-back for hire, Fernando Morientes making his parent club suffer, Ossie Ardiles at PSG and moreIn December 1884 Blackburn announced a deal had been struck for them to field Haworth, Accrington’s captain, in that season’s FA Cup. He would continue to play league fixtures for his parent club, or anyone else who wanted to borrow a decent defender (he also played a bit for Preston that season). But before their quarter-final against West Brom, something happened. The finer details are hard to ascertain but it seems the club hadn’t joined the British Football Association, which was trying to force them to do so by blocking the Haworth deal. Continue reading...
The idea of White House employees signing non-disclosure agreements flies in the face of the First AmendmentIf there is one defining aspect of Donald Trump’s presidency, it is this: he does not believe himself or members of his staff to be public servants, serving the American people. He believes himself to be a hybrid between a CEO and a king, and sees White House employees as his court and his servants. Related: Trump’s presidency is unravelling. But he won’t fall without a push | Gary Younge Continue reading...