A BuzzFeed News analysis of data from the social platform has identified the most prolific boosters of material from the far-right party.
May said full membership wouldn’t allow the UK to secure its own trade deals, so she’ll look for something else.
“The third and final reason I believe we can come to the right agreement is that cooperation between Britain and the EU is needed not just when it comes to trade but when it comes to our security too.”
A new report by the National Audit Office finds the UK tax authority increased payments to a contractor even as it missed more than 100 of its targets.
Fifty-seven per cent of people think their country is in decline, 48% think young people will have worse lives than their generation, and 69% think the system is rigged against them.
The world’s eight richest men are worth $426 billion. The world’s poorest 3.7 billion people together own $409 billion – $17 billion less.
A report from an expert think tank has warned the government that using the UK’s defence and intelligence skills in Brexit negotiations could damage alliances.
A CNN impersonator falsely claims the Cambridge professor is sharing his new algorithm with the world, and even appears to show a video of Hawking endorsing the product.
Exclusive: Swedish prosecutors have received several hundred pages of interview transcripts relating to Assange’s sex case – but they’re in Spanish.
Pensioners have more wealth than ever before, it’s concentrated among the top half, and high earners inherit more – meaning millennials could be divided by what they inherit.
“Fat Cat Wednesday”, on 4 January, marks when top CEOs have earned what the average worker does in a year. Here’s how long it takes some other people.
“I’ve got a good feeling about 2016.”
Number 10 has accused rail, air, and postal workers of trying to cause “maximum damage” over Christmas – a charge they dispute.
What is love? How far is 24 hours from Tulsa? Do they know it’s Christmas time? And how *do* you solve a problem like Maria?
A new poll has revealed that on a range of subjects, from the size of the Muslim population to home ownership, our perceptions do not match reality.
“This … continues the rather volatile movements observed during 2016, especially over the latest 3 months.”
Leave voters were older, poorer, less educated, and far more likely to think the country was getting worse than Remain voters, new research shows.
Impress, the only officially recognised regulator of the press, is trying to persuade more outlets to let it regulate them.