Prime Minister Theresa May comes under fire from former shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper for her decision to go back on her word that there would be no snap general election before 2020. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
Yvette Cooper wants to set you free from fake news, horrible words and unpleasant images online. The UK Home Affairs Select Committee, which Cooper chairs, challenged directors of big social media.. Anorak
A newspaper investigation uncovered examples of several high profile brands being advertised against extremist content such as videos of a preacher banned from Britain and from white extremist David.. City A.M.
Google is facing growing pressure over claims it's profiting from hate speech as some of Britain's biggest banks are the latest to pull their ads from YouTube.
Royal Bank of Scotland, HSBC and.. City A.M.
Several of the world's biggest tech companies faced a major grilling from MPs over their efforts to tackle online abuse and hate crime as German authorities pushed further, threatening them with.. City A.M.
A committee of MPs, including Yvette Cooper, also said there was a 'big gap' between the number of child refugees the Government said local authorities could accept, and local authorities' own evidence Independent
Thousands of people are marching through London today in support of women’s rights, joining groups around the world in protests spurred by the inauguration of Donald Trump as US President against.. City A.M.
During her debut at the influential Commons Liaison Committee, the Prime Minister was caught in a furious row with senior Labour MP Yvette Cooper about how Brexit would cut migration from Europe. MailOnline