The new Monopoly cat on the Millennium Bridge in London

'Monopoly cat' collects £200 and hits London streets as latest addition to classic board game

To celebrate the launch of the Monopoly Cat token, a larger than life Monopoly Cat has arrived in London

Caroline Criado-Perez, who also runs the Women’s Room campaign to promote women in the media, played a pivotal role in ensuring that Jane Austen would feature on the £10 note

From green ink to digital bile - how can we put a stop to online bullying?

Bullies hide beyond anonymity. We need to bring them out into the open

A member of the presidential guard stands in front of supporters of Zanu PF presidential candidate for the forthcoming general elections Robert Mugabe

'Insider' leaks secrets from heart of Mugabe's Zimbabwe regime on Facebook

Days before election, Zimbabweans read allegations of corruption in ruling party

Facebook's quarterly results reveal huge surge in advertising revenues

Facebook shares soar as advertising is made to pay

Ad sales over £1bn in quarter for first time as overall revenues up more than 53%

The married couple: Gossip singer Beth Ditto and Kristin Ogata

The Gossip's Beth Ditto is talk of the town: Singer marries long-term girlfriend Kristin Ogata

Gossip singer Beth Ditto tied the knot with her long-term girlfriend Kristin Ogata barefoot and wearing a Jean Paul Gaultier gown.

One of the former jurors is accused on commenting about the case they were trying on Facebook

Juror who posted paedophile trial on Facebook denies contempt of court

The modern-day perils of using the internet while serving on a jury were all too evident today as two former jurors were brought before the High Court.

Facebook For Every Phone has been optimised to replicate the smartphone experience on feature phones

Facebook moves into new markets as low-powered app hits 100 million users

Facebook have announced a new milestone with more than 100 million people using Facebook For Every Phone each month.  The app, which is designed for low-tech feature phones to use as little data as possible, is powering the company’s growth in new markets.

Facebook, Twitter and blogging actually improve students' work according to survey

Teachers should actually be encouraging Tweeting and Facebooking, according to a new survey

Cover stars?: Charles Manson, Timothy McVeigh and Dzokhar Tsarnaev on the front of big US publications

Rolling Stone Boston bomb suspect cover sparks outrage

Decision to put Dzokhar Tsarnaev on its cover has caused outrage. It’s not the first time someone so notorious has been given the rock star treatment, says Ian Burrell 

Faye Jones said that she feared for her life

Schoolgirl who ran away with Turkish waiter ‘thought she was going to die’ on the run

Faye Jones, 16, apologises for what she put her family through

Maria Miller and the Open: what kind of message do men-only golf clubs send out?

These elitist and exclusionary men-only clubs are not there to boost the shocking low numbers of men who play regular golf

President Mugabe offers $330,000 reward in hunt for Facebook whistleblower leaking secrets from heart of his regime

Mole has been using Facebook to leak information about President Mugabe's leadership

Beyoncé pauses her concert in Nashville after Trayvon Martin verdict

Beyoncé called a halt to her concert in Nashville on Saturday night after news of George Zimmerman’s not-guilty verdict had filtered out.

Two teenage girls arrested in connection with Manchester blaze that killed fireman Stephen Hunt

Firefighter Stephen Hunt was part of a team responding to a fire at Paul's Hair World in Oldham Street

Wayne Rooney pictured checking in at Manchester Airport on Wednesday

Wayne Rooney 'gutted' after being sent home from Manchester United's pre-season tour

The striker picked up a hamstring injury shortly after arriving in Thailand

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