Mark Spencer said he was 'hacked' after an unintelligible tweet was posted along with an image of a cat.
The Prime Minister announced plans for a fast-track visa pathway for foreign scientists in a bid to boost the UK’s research sector post-Brexit.
The Firefighters’ union accused the government of slashing funding despite a nine per cent increase in the number of fires across England.
A Falklands War veteran has been jailed for 24 weeks for sending “threatening” tweets to former Conservative MP Heidi Allen.
Network Rail has paid out £28,000 to a passenger who “possibly slipped” on pigeon poo and hurt their leg at Paddington station.
Police investigating false claims of a paedophile ring spent £4,670 on trip to Australia to confirm an alleged murder victim was alive.
The Royal Mint said it produced no new one and two pence coins last year for the first time in decades.
A former public servant who was fired after she posted tweets critical of the Australian government has lost a High Court case over her sacking.
Among the line-up are sports stars, singers and social media influencers - plus the world's number one table tennis player.
The airline said it had fixed a glitch that led to more than 100 flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports being cancelled.
He met with US leaders Donald Trump and vice president Mike Pence in Washington.
Shahid Mohammed has been jailed for life for murdering five children and three adults in an arson attack in Huddersfield in 2002.
A group of 70 politicians have launched legal action to prevent Boris Johnson suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Amazon has responded to a privacy furore by giving users the option to prevent employees from listening to their private voice recordings.
The former Labour MP has been struck off as a solicitor for lying to avoid a speeding conviction.
The airline has faced condemnation after it asked a passenger to remove an image that showed a fellow flyer sitting in a backless seat.
Nicola Sturgeon has said her conversations with Theresa May during her time as Prime Minister were “pretty soul destroying”.
The journalist has been cleared of breaching broadcast standards after he said he had “never seen so many white people in one place”.
The Taxpayers’ Alliance has accused Treasury of a “naked revenue grab” by increasing probate fees in some cases by more than 2,600 per cent.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have thrown their support behind 15 lesser-known causes on Instagram.
UKIP suffered defeat in the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election, finishing last behind the satirical Monster Raving Loony Party.
The remain campaigner has delivered a letter to Boris Johnson that said he rejected “your Brexit, your values, and your lies”.