A BBC survey found that 78% of under 13s were using at least one social network despite being under the age limit
'Daddy, Mummy… I hope that one day you will be able to hate me a little less'
'We're absolutely convinced it did not happen,' a spokesman said
Victimisation can cause problems including depression and anxiety
Elliott Johnson's father has claimed successive party chairs were aware of Mr Clarke's reputation for years
Exclusive: Facebook message prompts party to expel a former youth organiser for life
The Facebook post is shared more than 21,000 times
He has said he 'strongly' denies allegations of bullying
A study showed cyberbullying has become so commonplace that more than half of children in Britain accept that it is part of everyday life
Peeple is due to launch in November
Three activists had their party conference accreditation suspended and one of the three has been suspended from the party entirely
Some children are relentlessly bullied with no respite, as social media channels permeate the home and school environment. BullyingUK share their advice on how to deal with cyberbullying
This is about Twitter brushing aside criminal threats and incitements to racial hatred
The allegations against Mr McKenzie are spread over two decades
Chris Christie, the embattled governor of New Jersey whose hopes for presidential nomination have been hit by revelations of alleged politically-motivated lane closures and misspending of federal aid, was dealt a new blow last night after the former Olympic sprint and long jump champion Carl Lewis accused him of “intimidation”.
Instances of whistle-blowing at the Corporation are down from 2012 to 2013