YouTube has suspended adverts on the account of controversial activist Tommy Robinson for breaching the site’s advertising guidelines.
YouTube has removed adverts for far-right group Britain First after clips promoting the organisation appeared before videos on the site.
YouTube has updated its guidelines to ban prank and dangerous challenge videos.
A war on the web is brewing for YouTube supremacy, as PewDiePie battles to keep his place as the most subscribed channel against Indian music and movie label T-Series.
Harmful content and privacy are some of the issues that will be addressed by landmark decisions this year, as governments across the world look to make tech giants and social networks more accountable.
If you’re wondering what YouTube channel Bad Lip Reading does, the clue is in the name.
YouTube has released a rundown of the 10 most-viewed adverts of 2018, with a star-studded campaign for Amazon’s Alexa coming out on top.
A Silicon Valley tech wizard has returned to his north-east roots in a bid to inspire schoolchildren.
American rapper Pitbull has recorded a cover version of Toto’s classic rock ballad Africa, to the bemusement of hundreds of listeners online.
YouTube’s annual recap video of the year’s biggest trends on the platform has become the most disliked post in the site’s history.
New footage has been released of British YouTuber Stampy Cat’s world record in making 10 cakes in Minecraft in less than four minutes.
A cyclist in Scotland has shared a video of himself arguing with a motorist over using a mobile phone at the wheel – just moments before the angry driver rear-ends another car.
YouTube’s annual recap video celebrating the biggest videos and trends of the year has become the second most disliked post in the site’s history.
Gollum actor Andy Serkis has revived his Gollum character from the Lord Of the Rings films to poke fun at Prime Minister Theresa May and her Brexit plans.
YouTube has released its annual Rewind video – an eight-minute clip that celebrates the year’s biggest trends on the platform.
Sir Paul McCartney’s appearance on Carpool Karaoke has been named the top trending YouTube video of the year in the UK.
Brian May hailed the “unforgettable” experience of playing for the Prince’s Trust as the charity launched a YouTube channel of memorable performances from artists like Sir Elton John and Rita Ora.
Ariana Grande has given fans a peek at her new docu-series.
A Dons-daft football fan has penned a cup final song themed around two cornerstones of Aberdeen FC – Graeme Shinnie and seagulls.
Popular videos on YouTube providing medical information about prostate cancer pose potential health risks to patients, scientists have warned.
YouTube has intensified its opposition against changes to copyright law across the EU that could change what people are allowed to share online.
Singer and rising YouTube star Mahalia has said she decided to “stay out of the comment section” in an online environment that can be difficult for upcoming artists.
YouTube viewers across the EU could be cut off from videos as a result of the controversial Article 13 copyright directive, platform boss Susan Wojcicki has said in a fresh warning.
Tom Felton has said he is “more than happy” to be known for playing the character Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series.
A sick predator who posed as a girl to coerce young boys into performing “utterly depraved” sexual acts has been jailed for almost four years.
YouTube has launched on the Nintendo Switch, becoming one of the first major video apps to be made available on the games console.
For motorists who want a bit more excitement from their front-wheel drive hatchback, a YouTube channel may have the answer. The Master Milo YouTube channel has taken a sensible Ford Ka and turned it into the terrifying lovechild of a hamster wheel and a rollercoaster.
A viral picture which appeared to show Justin Bieber eating a burrito sideways has been outed as a prank – but not before it prompted huge debate online.
If you’re tired of typing out your searches for a song or artist, YouTube Music has introduced a fun alternative using emojis.
A Tory MP has filmed himself cycling nude around a London park to promote the creation of an annual naked bike ride.