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3 September 2013 57 View comments Furious: Michael Gove, pictured entering Number 10 today, stepped up his criticism of Labour MPs in the wake of last week's Syria vote Michael Gove today accused Labour MPs of behaving like fans at a football match'
A teenager endured months of abuse and suicide taunts from cyber bullies without telling anyone, because she feared it would simply add fuel to the fire. The Wellington student, who was 17 when the abuse started in August after a breakup with her
Kapil Sibal has passed a law that anyone posting anything "offensive" on Twitter can be jailed for three years. That's section 66A of the IT Act amended by United Progressive Alliance [ Images ] II in 2008.' 'It's a cognisable offence so you have to
Anna Gowthorpe/PA A man who posted a Facebook message following the deaths of six British soldiers which said: "All soldiers should die and go to hell" has been sentenced to a community order and told to pay costs of £300 by magistrates. Azhar Ahmed,
John Graham Kerlen was prosecuted after insulting a Bexley councillor on Twitter. Photograph: Iain Masterton/Alamy Twitter is storming, as Twitter is wont to do, with suggestions that freedom of speech, if not dead, is at least in dire need of CPR.
The tweeting twit of Waveney Council under investigation Last updated at 11:53 PM on 3rd December 2011 Under investigation: Waveney Councillor, Julian Swainson, tweeted "Which one would you ****?" about opposing Tory female MPs A Labour councillor is