Tess Newall wore the dress at her wedding last year and it was made by her great, great grandmother in 1870
'Look at Europe, look at the example they have provided for us. Look what happens, when you welcome Tom, Dick, Harry and Mohammad.'
Case first heard under rule of Maha Vajiralongkorn concering lese-majeste law, with maximum penalty of 15 years in prison possible for insulting, defaming or threatening monarchy
The option must be turned on manually from the app's settings
Investors trying to assess its potential are like NFL teams trying to assess college quarterbacks. It doesn’t matter how much work they do, it’s basically a crap shoot
The number of Snap's daily active users grew to an average of 158 million at the end of December, up 48 per cent year-on-year
You can also control who sees your Recommendations posts, to ensure that only your most tasteful friends influence your decision
Even a messy court case couldn’t knock the gloss of its latest results, but it actually helped to highlight the company’s big issue
Fraudsters are creating convincing fake profiles, adding users' friends and asking them for private information
The monetary value of Google’s brand rose by 24 per cent last year to $109.5bn
A new partnership will deliver programme of training that could unlock an estimated £45m for the UK economy by the end of the year
A White House source claimed the policy is being discussed
Teresa Unrue shared post claiming the US 'needs Islam control, not gun control'
The social media giant is said to be helping Swedish police with their enquiries
The feature, which is currently being tested in Ireland, lets you post edited pictures and videos that disappear after 24 hours
It is entirely optional, designed as an extra layer of protection for users beyond the password