The social media platform already has around 100 million users, most of whom are under 35
Mr Corbyn won with 61.8 per cent of the votes, and did best among newly registered supporters
Mr Barnes has intervened after the problem 'got out of hand'
Budget carriers Jet2 and Flybe lead the way in Britain
'The children spend the majority of the day outside and have fresh food prepared on-site every day,' says one parent. 'For now I’m not sure I could ask for much more'
It is unknown whether the suspect uses the specialised vehicle full time
Warnings come as fears grow over the impact of sexting and online pornography in young people
Giving out food - intended to provide a veneer of legitimacy - has been a tactic of fascist groups for decades
The filmed confrontation has been shared tens of thousands of times on social media
The victim was allegedly lured on a 'date' via Facebook
The authorities have launched an investigation into the death, looking at possible charges of instigating suicide
Pension pots may have to be raided to cover budget shortfalls
Jean-Claude Juncker’s State of the Union speech has been branded "insipid and faulty" and compared to a “funeral for the European Union” by prominent eurosceptic politician Marine Le Pen.
'I was scared. It was an image of mass violence that shouldn’t ever be experienced'
No British cities made it onto the rankings, which evaluate cities worldwide
Police are appealing for information