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MPs formally request Zuckerberg answer questions
Mark Zuckerberg has been sent a formal request to appear before MPs and answer questions regarding a growing scandal about user data.
Jeremy Hunt reinstates cap on the amount people pay for social care
A cap on "punitive" costs will form part of the Government's social care reforms, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
Russian diplomats kicked out over spy poisoning leave the UK
Twenty-three Russian diplomats the Government said were working as spies have flown home after being ordered to leave as punishment for the Salisbury spy poisoning.
Fifth explosion in Texas as serial bomber hunted
Texas has been hit by its fifth explosion this month as police hunt a suspected serial bomber.
Rory McIlroy's improved putting inspired by Wayne Rooney 'trigger'
Rory McIlroy has credited Wayne Rooney as an unlikely source of inspiration for his improved putting display at last week's Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Joe Root says Ben Stokes return is huge boost to England for New Zealand Test series
England captain Joe Root says the return of Ben Stokes to the side is a “huge boost” ahead of their two-Test series against New Zealand.
Whyte vs Browne: Dillian Whyte labels Lucas Browne a 'clubber' and has no fear of his rival's punch
Dillian Whyte has rejected the suggestion that Lucas Browne is the puncher in their heavyweight fight – and vowed to remind people of his own "power".
Manchester United's Scott McTominay says Scotland debut a lifelong ambition
Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay says he will be fulfilling a lifelong dream when he makes his debut for Scotland.
Child abuse images hidden in Bitcoin blockchain
German researchers have discovered that criminals have embedded objectionable content including links to child abuse images within the Bitcoin blockchain.
EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker criticised for congratulatory letter to Vladimir Putin
European Union boss Jean-Claude Juncker has been criticised after his "nauseating" letter of congratulations to Russia's Vladimir Putin failed to mention the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
Sea level warning as scientists find larger part of massive Totten Glacier floating
A glacier larger than Spain could raise sea levels dramatically after scientists found more of it is being melted by seawater than previously thought.
Michael Gove admits Brexit transition deal 'sub-optimal' for UK fishing industry
Michael Gove has admitted the Government accepted a "sub-optimal outcome" for the UK's fishing industry in negotiations over a Brexit transition period.
Last male northern white rhino 'Sudan' dies on Kenya reserve
The last male northern white rhino has died in Kenya, keepers have confirmed.
Why are Britons miserable on Happiness Day?
Most Britons are not happy to be living in their own country and are open to an overseas move, according to research.