Albert French was a young Wolverton lad who travelled to Ploegsteert to fight in May 1916. A month later - as back home his sister May was writing him teasing letters - he was killed by a bullet
They live together, they wear each other's clothes, they even shared a womb – but would a twin trip break them?
'We're forced to make challenging judgement calls based on very limited information and guidance'
Move comes after the wife of an American killed by Isis blamed Twitter for his death
Marijuana is legal in 23 states but Facebook has taken down several pages that advertise the drug in those states
Users can edit which pictures appear in the video, in case any not-so-fond memories pop up
'Creating low self-esteem empowers companies, so how do we stop it, and do we even want to?'
Facebook has never publicised the hidden feature
A number of Android users have found that the Facebook app could be negatively affecting their phone's performance
Find out whether that person you think is ignoring is ignoring you
The 15-year-old 'safe harbour' pact between the US and EU allowed American companies to import the personal data of Europeans
The claims will add to the recent controversy over alleged corporate tax avoidance
Mark Zuckerberg launched his initiative as a way to provide four billion people in the developing world with Web access
Facebook shares surged on Wednesday, and so did his net worth
One of the seven original reactions has been dropped, because it was ‘not universally understood’
‘Reactions’ are arriving soon and will allow people to react to posts in six extra ways