Donald Trump retweeted Jayda Fransen's tweets in a move described by Theresa May as 'wrong'
Damian Green was standing in for Theresa May in PMQs, but many on Twitter aren't actually sure how to spell his name
Our host said the former Prime Minister had 'systematically dismantled Britain'
The woman allegedly tweeted that white women raise sons who are 'a detriment to society'
Some are upset that they're not marrying a Prince whilst others are happy at the prospect of an extra bank holiday
It seems many are disappointed with the sales for an unusual reason
The emergency services have received more than 500 calls relating to flooding and rescued around 70 people
Pinarello was promoting its new electric bike with posts on Instagram
Grime artist posted several offensive tweets online before finding fame
The Twitterati did not look favourably on them
Katie Hopkins said Jack Maynard is an 'angel' in comparison to her
The Public Broadcasting Service and CBS have halted distribution of the programmes he fronts
The MP for Harlow asked when the Government started 'becoming like Harry Enfield' in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Bea Rutherford called the children's comic 'unbelievably sexist' for a competition and Christmas mystery box advert
Emily Thornberry was to provide examples of countries that have successfully implemented socialism
The organisation's official Twitter account accidentally posted the retweet on Thursday to more than 5.2 million followers
SNP MP Drew Hendry claims the Conservatives laughed when he asked a question about universal credit
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh looked at 2,752 Twitter accounts which have been suspended in the US
North Korean media blasted the US President for insulting remarks he made about the country's leader
The real reason Optimus Prime was trending today is probably not what you thought
The Brexit Secretary made the concession to attempt to placate potential Tory rebels
Residents in Kensington and Chelsea were asked to rate their care for the disaster on a scale of zero to 10
Brent Nottestad now says his tweets were 'a horrible mistake' and 'went way over the line and it became racist'
We're not quite sure why he put it there in the first place...
This year the advert features a child who makes friends with a monster under his bed, though many do not like its ending
As some are celebrating being able to post longer tweets, others are complaining about the new function
The party made a series of victories in local votes across a number of states
Twitter users have been praising her for the decision
There has been heavy tension between North Korea and the US president over the regime's ongoing drive to build nuclear weapons
Some claim Boris Johnson's comments on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could increase her sentence in Iran
A South Western Railway service partially derailed in the Wimbledon area during rush hour, and disruption is expected to last for the day
The tech company has said 'human error' was to blame for the incident
MPs are to debate lowering the voting age after a private member's bill was put forward
Many have pointed out that fake news is in fact not one, but two words
The sea mammal was spotted over the weekend near to Hammersmith and Wandsworth
Winner of The Great British Bake Off 2017 Sophie Faldo says watching the final brought back nerves
Even dogs have got involved in dressing up
Twitter reacts to Great British Bake Off host Prue Leith accidentally tweeting the name of the winner
Former Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain has said she gets abuse for 'merely existing'
Our host has made a new statement in the wake of the reports of an incident with the Defence Secretary in 2002
The Defence Secretary has been named as the minister Julia threatened to punch if he did not stop touching her knee
The actor has been heavily criticised for conflating his coming out with an alleged claim of abuse in his statement
US media is reporting Paul Manafort turned himself into the FBI on Monday
Kawser Quamer could barely contain her laughter at the mistake
Thousands of previously classified documents have been made public by Donald Trump. Twitter weighs in
Russian senato Igor Chernyshenko has said 'censorship and bans' are not democratic
Theresa May said 'around 2 million public sector workers will receive unprecedented mental health support'
The Foreign Secretary was responding to a UN report which pointed to the Syrian government as the ones responsible for the gas attack in Khan Sheikhun
The Corn Pops box featured just one brown corn pop which was cleaning instead of playing with other characters
Darlington locals were woken up around 1am after a suspected explosion hit an ATM device
Paul Staines spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer just prior to the MP for Sheffield Hallam's suspension