TweetThe internet has the capacity to connect families across continents, to bring together social groups so that they can fight for change and to unite writers with their readers, but the dark side of the internet is how easy it is for people to unleash the worst of themselves on people they don’t like. Today, […]
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The tweet that sums up the English Defence League
Social media is increasingly being used by activists to hold politicians to promises they have made in the past. This time those MPs who promised to back the 2013 Carbon Target amendment to the Energy Bill are being encouraged to stick to their promises via Twitter.
John Millington writes about the response to the Eden Hazard ballboy incident.
Freedom of speech is one of the foundations of a democracy and must be protected as far as is reasonably possible, writes Mike Morgan-Giles.
Shamik Das reports on the student accused of sending racist tweets about Bolton footballer Fabrice Muamba, who collapsed in the match against Spurs on Satuday.