Deleted posts included "GO PUTIN! Russian president’s popularity on rise in Czech Republic!" and "VIDEO: Putin backs our Brexit".

James Ball • 10 months ago

Trump's tweets drew criticism from UK Prime Minister Theresa May and rebukes from around the world. The White House vigorously defended the tweets, saying they spoke to a national security issue.

Jim Waterson • 10 months ago

New analysis by the Office for National Statistics shows London has made no progress on the gender pay gap in 20 years.

James Ball • 10 months ago

Philip Hammond announced downgrades to the UK economy – which means less government spending and lower wages – in his Budget speech.

James Ball • 10 months ago

The social media giant is facing serious questions over its efforts to deal with fake propaganda accounts after BuzzFeed News uncovered a network directly connected to the Russia-linked accounts Twitter submitted to Congress.

Tom Phillips • 10 months ago

There are 18.9 million people in the UK living below the "minimum income standard", according to a new report, and government policies are hitting certain types of families harder.

James Ball • 11 months ago

The international development secretary met an Israeli charity that has showcased products of a company directly connected to the Tory peer who arranged the meeting.

James Ball • 11 months ago

The National Audit Office says the WannaCry attack caused at least 19,000 cancelled appointments and operations across England alone.

James Ball • 11 months ago

Leave.EU's expletive-filled response to BuzzFeed News comes as MPs ask social networks for information on bot activity during the referendum campaign.

James Ball • 11 months ago

The social media giant has been urged by a senior MP to reveal what it knows about potential interference in the referendum after researchers discovered a bot network that vanished within weeks of the vote.

James Ball • 12 months ago

New analysis from the Home Office shows a 29% increase in recorded crimes tied to racial, religious, disability, or LGBT discrimination – and suggests Brexit fuelled the rise.

James Ball • One year ago

More and more students are choosing an alcohol-free university experience.

James Ball • One year ago

Students from areas that don’t traditionally send many people to university are even less likely to apply to the UK’s top institutions.

James Ball • One year ago

Rudd's plan has provoked a wave of criticism from Liberty and the Open Rights Group, among others.

Mark Di Stefano • One year ago

"It’s like saying, ‘The rules are you’re not allowed a sweet without asking, but go on then, have another one,'" a transparency campaigner told BuzzFeed News.

James Ball • One year ago

The president also seized upon the terrorist incident to call for support of a "larger, tougher" travel ban.

Jessica Simeone • One year ago

May this bring an end to the great political Freddo wars.

James Ball • One year ago

Police officers, firefighters, and nurses are up to £3,500 a year worse off than they were in 2010, thanks to years of below-inflation pay rises.

James Ball • One year ago

Following reporting by BuzzFeed News, Labour's shadow policing minister has called for an immediate government investigation.

James Ball • One year ago

Campaigning groups are calling for action against firms working with regimes which abuse human rights.

James Ball • One year ago