Felicity Morse

Felicity Morse is social media editor at the Independent

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David Cameron in bubble wrap? Prime Minister appears to be stuck on Tube

The Conservatives have been having a rough ride recently..

Man on a leash in Farringdon, London: Mystery of 'walkies' solved

BDSM or a PR stunt? Neither, actually.

Hollande bans ministers from using phones in cabinet meetings, but is checking your Facebook updates really rude?

Listening to someone talking is actually really hard when your phone is bleeping

Mother's Day messages: Quotes about motherhood

There’s no one in the world quite like a mother.

Atos has regularly come under fire over the assessments

Atos is out: Government seeks new company to carry out fit for work tests

The government has announced it will be seeking a new company to carry out disability assessments, replacing controversial French outsourcing company Atos.

Home base: Facebook HQ

Twitter and Facebook get a bad reputation. But they make our lives better

On the International Day of Happiness let's think about how we can use these amazing tools to spread a little kindness

Rare breed newborn Portland lambs soak up the early spring sunshine at Wimpole Hall farm in Cambridgeshire

Spring Equinox: on the first day of spring the weird and wonderful pictures from around the world

The sun is shining, the daffodils are beginning to poke their nervous yellow heads through the ground and if you close your eyes you can almost imagine the lambs bleating.

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leads his Treasury team as they prepare to leave number 11 Downing Street to pose for photographers before going to the House of Commons to present the Budget

Budget 2014: A good day to bury bad news? The stories you missed

Budget day is one of the biggest events of the year for journalists, with business reporters, political commentators and stressed editors hunkering down around newsdesks across the country. Inboxes are cluttered, printers are chuntering and phones are ringing out.

L'Wren Scott was a fashion designer, not just a famous man's girlfriend

Paying tribute to Scott is about more than just recognising the talents of a woman who has died. It is about making a more equal society for those who are alive

Lady Gaga has struggled with eating disorders in the past, so it's indefensible that she's glamourising bulimia in her SXSW set

There is nothing about showing an attractive woman vomiting that is 'art'

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How I brokered a peace deal with Robert Mugabe: Roy Agyemang reveals the delicate diplomacy needed to get Zimbabwe’s President to sit down with the BBC

How I brokered a peace deal with Robert Mugabe

Roy Agyemang reveals the delicate diplomacy needed to get Zimbabwe’s President to sit down with the BBC
Video of British Muslims dancing to Pharrell Williams's hit Happy attacked as 'sinful'

British Muslims's Happy video attacked as 'sinful'

The four-minute clip by Honesty Policy has had more than 300,000 hits on YouTube
Church of England-raised Michael Williams describes the unexpected joys in learning about his family's Jewish faith

Michael Williams: Do as I do, not as I pray

Church of England-raised Williams describes the unexpected joys in learning about his family's Jewish faith
A History of the First World War in 100 moments: A visit to the Front Line by the Prime Minister's wife

A History of the First World War in 100 moments

A visit to the Front Line by the Prime Minister's wife
Comedian Jenny Collier: 'Sexism I experienced on stand-up circuit should be extinct'

Jenny Collier: 'Sexism on stand-up circuit should be extinct'

The comedian's appearance at a show on the eve of International Women's Day was cancelled because they had "too many women" on the bill
Cannes Film Festival: Ken Loach and Mike Leigh to fight it out for the Palme d'Or

Cannes Film Festival

Ken Loach and Mike Leigh to fight it out for the Palme d'Or
The concept album makes surprise top ten return with neolithic opus from Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson

The concept album makes surprise top ten return

Neolithic opus from Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson is unexpected success
Lichen is the surprise new ingredient on fine-dining menus, thanks to our love of Scandinavian and Indian cuisines

Lichen is surprise new ingredient on fine-dining menus

Emily Jupp discovers how it can give a unique, smoky flavour to our cooking
10 best baking books

10 best baking books

Planning a spot of baking this bank holiday weekend? From old favourites to new releases, here’s ten cookbooks for you
Jury still out on Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini

Jury still out on Pellegrini

Draw with Sunderland raises questions over Manchester City manager's ability to motivate and unify his players
Ben Stokes: 'Punching lockers isn't way forward'

Ben Stokes: 'Punching lockers isn't way forward'

The all-rounder has been hailed as future star after Ashes debut but incident in Caribbean added to doubts about discipline. Jon Culley meets a man looking to control his emotions
Mark Johnston: First £1 million jackpot spurs him on

Mark Johnston: First £1 million jackpot spurs him on

The most prize money ever at an All-Weather race day is up for grabs at Lingfield on Friday, and the record-breaking trainer tells Jon Freeman how times have changed
Ricky Gervais: 'People are waiting for me to fail. If you think it's awful, then just don't watch it'

Ricky Gervais: 'People are waiting for me to fail'

As the second series of his divisive sitcom 'Derek' hits screens, the comedian tells James Rampton why he'll never bow to the critics who habitually circle his work
Mad Men series 7, TV review: The suits are still sharp, but Don Draper has lost his edge

Mad Men returns for a final fling

The suits are still sharp, but Don Draper has lost his edge
Google finds a lift into space will never get off the ground as there is no material strong enough for a cable from Earth into orbit

Google finds a lift into space will never get off the ground

Technology giant’s scientists say there is no material strong enough for a cable from Earth into orbit