This Woman Says Her Photos Were Stolen In A Viral Post About The COVID-19 Death Of Her Uncle David. She Doesn’t Have An Uncle David.
A conspiracy theory about coronavirus death certificates is spreading like wildfire on social media.
British Political Twitter Keeps Freaking Out Over "Bots" That Are Actually Regular People Copying And Pasting Stuff
"I'm certainly not a so-called bot. Someone posted something positive on Facebook and I shared it on Twitter.”
Some publications are flourishing by reflecting the new reality of lockdown life.
Sections of a handwritten letter written by the Duchess of Sussex to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, were published last year.
"Both mother and baby are doing very well" said a spokesperson.
Here’s Why Some Pictures Of People Supposedly Breaking Coronavirus Social Distancing Rules Can Be Misleading
Zoom lenses and carefully chosen perspectives are giving a false impression of people ignoring guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Two British Yoga Teachers Built A Huge Facebook Page Sharing Spiritual Memes. Now It's Been Named A Coronavirus "Misinformation Superspreader"
Pages devoted to spirituality and alternative therapies are becoming major sources of misleading information, experts say.
Rupert Murdoch’s Sunday Times Backed Brexit And Boris. Now Number 10 Sees It As The Most Hostile Paper In The Country.
Insiders at the UK's biggest selling Sunday title say relations with Downing Street have broken down after a series of investigations focusing on the prime minister.
In a court case which begins today, Meghan Markle's lawyers said the newspaper took advantage of her father, Thomas, according to multiple reports.
The UK's most senior officer revealed the '77th Brigade' are involved in the government's response to the virus.
“I am fearful that there are titles and companies that won’t be able to ride this out,” said one media analyst.
A Conservative candidate shared a 5G petition, and Labour and Lib Dem councillors have suggested Boris Johnson faked his illness.
Social media platforms are facing criticism for allowing accounts to profit from product sales alongside wild conspiracy theories about the virus.
No, British Vets Are Not Telling Everyone To Keep Their Cats Indoors During The Coronavirus Lockdown
The British Veterinary Association only recommends cats from infected households, or ones where the owners are self-isolating, should stay indoors — if they're happy to stay.
The UK downgraded COVID-19 from a "high consequence infectious disease" in March, but that was a technical definition and doesn't mean the pandemic is not deadly.
"I hope in the years to come everyone will be able to take pride in how they responded to this challenge."
People on social media are sharing posts that link the pandemic to claims that a totalitarian world government is seeking to kill most of the planet’s population.
It's thought to be just the fourth address of its kind during the Queen's reign.
Sorry, But Even Cute Videos About Animals Returning To Cities During The Coronavirus Outbreak Can Be Misleading
But don't worry, the Welsh goats are real!
The site, which was advertising on Facebook, went offline after BuzzFeed News contacted the manufacturer of the kits, who said they were alerting the police.