Although the biggest social network is unlikely to close, researchers look at the consequences should such an event ever happen.
Dover MP refuses to back fellow Tories' ‘invading migrants’ rhetoric. Natalie Elphicke distances herself from letter to home secretary about Channel crossings
The government may have already spent £105.4m, compared to £120m for six-week scheme for children.
Increasing ambition to generate 65% of power from wind and solar by 2030 will not push up consumer costs, advisers have said.
The Russian president said the vaccine had been administered to one of his daughters, despite concerns over its safety and efficacy.
Sophie Jones-Cooper said she wants her children to go back, but will need to enforce hygiene measures.
The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints says more information is needed as a matter of urgency.
Freezing pants and tinfoil: homeworkers' tips for keeping coolPeople working from home share ideas on how not to overheat amid soaring temperatures in Britain
Flood warnings and alerts are in place for Scotland and northern England, while high temperatures are set to continue further south.