Bassem Braiki says 'the solution will come from us'
Real high-on-life joy is so wholly un-British, we tend to leave the messy business to theatrical types, says Grace Dent
Study finds a link between cortisol and depression in later life
'I've been accused of using a false and misleading name of which I find very offensive'
Emoji are now being harnessed by Facebook and Twitter to do a job for which they were never intended
The militant group Boko Haram is being blamed for the suicide bombs that killed 32 and wounded 80 people
I'd defriend someone for signing the viral petition calling on David Cameron to close the UK's borders. But when it's the people you can't leave behind, you have to challenge their views
'We need to start speaking up and defending each other'
According to the 2010 Equalities Act, businesses are banned from refusing service on the basis of religion
'If I did this for only Paris this would be wrong'
Bowdery posted a first-hand account of her survival at the Bataclan theatre which was widely shared
Critics said that the selective use of the tool reflected the fact that some deaths mattered less than others
From augmented reality to domestic robots, we are forever promised better living through technology. But how to sort the game-changers from the no-hopers? Enter Rhodri Marsden with his fool-proof solid-state hype detector
'It happened so fast. There are survivors inside. They shot everyone'
Defending his post Manford said: 'I was sharing my opinion online like everybody else'
The potential tool is just one of the applications for the site’s advanced image-recognition tools, one of its executives said