The Scottish comedian and actor said 'comedy is no excuse to use disgusting and hurtful words'.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., held a press conference in her congressional office on Tuesday afternoon, after her 12-hour suspension for posting coronavirus misinformation on Twitter was lifted. Greene said, "I will not stop tweeting. I will not stop posting. I will not stop asking questions."
Piers Morgan has started a debate with Andy Murray, Gary Lineker and BBC Breakfast’s Dan Walker after defending John McEnroe’s comments on tennis player Emma Raducanu.
'Line of Duty' creator Jed Mercurio has defended the finale episode following audience research results show 'far less extreme picture.'
Kim Kardashian invited to the Bridgerton set by Nicola Coughlan as cast 'would love to have her.'
"The platform no longer serves me as positively as it does negatively, so with that I bid you adieu," Chrissy Teigen wrote on Instagram.
The comedian was suspended from the platform after making an offensive joke about the teenage environmental activist.
Almost 1,200 TV freelancers signed the open letter to ITV expressing concern at the 'GMB' host's treatment of a former colleague on Twitter.
The BBC newsreader retweeted a post by the 'Good Morning Britain' host criticising the government response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The reality TV star was targeted when she was chosen to be featured on 'Life Stories'.
The actor originally took legal action against up to 70 individuals for their anti-Semitic tweets.
Barrister Jon Holbrook has been asked to delete his tweet about a schoolgirl awarded a settlement in a race discrimination case.
The judge said the backdrop to the dispute was the ‘debate about anti-Semitism and the Labour Party’.
Shadow minister David Lammy has said Twitter is too sneering of working-class people – and that it favours people 'who have got lots of degrees'.