Facebook’s decision to temporarily pull the plug on news in Australia was a “nuclear” option that must be avoided, Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden has warned.
Facebook’s stand-off with Australia over the sharing of news on the social network was the result of a “fundamental misunderstanding” about the platform’s relationship with publishers, Sir Nick Clegg has said.
A proposed extensive shake-up of the NHS in England could place more power in the hands of politicians and reduce the role of the private sector in the health service.
Facebook’s “supreme court” has been asked to decide whether Donald Trump should remain suspended indefinitely after the Capitol riots which led to a social media backlash against the former US president.
Incoming Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey will be a "great asset" to the party north of the border, Willie Rennie has said.
Alastair Campbell has said the Labour Party has been “in denial” since the last election.
Sir Nick Clegg has been asked by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee to explain contradictions in Facebook evidence given by senior social network executives to MPs.
Former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg – now a senior Facebook executive – has been summoned to give evidence to a parliamentary committee about abuse of MPs on social media.
Sir Nick Clegg has defended Facebook’s use of data and called for tech firms and politicians to work together to regulate social media.
Nick Clegg has resigned as leader of the Liberal Democrats after admitting the results were “immeasurably more crushing” than he could have feared.