The divisions in the UK are so deep and pervasive that reconciliation could take a generation, Gordon Brown has said. The country was facing competing visions of its future: isolated, inward-looking and
Facebook has permanently banned the UK’s biggest far-right organizations and leaders, saying they fall under the social network’s new definition of “dangerous individuals and organizations.” Groups affected
Years after the company first dismissed fears it was empowering extremists, Facebook has permanently banned a number of far-right organisations and individuals including the British National party (BNP),
London (CNN Business) — Facebook has banned a number of far-right groups and their leaders in the United Kingdom after determining that they "spread hate." The social network announced Thursday that it
Facebook has permanently banned accounts belonging to fascist and far-right individuals and organisations, labelling them too "dangerous" to be on its platform. The list of banned entities includes the
Facebook says it has banned several British far-right groups and their leaders for spreading hatred. Groups including the British National Party, the English Defence League, the National Front and Britain
Facebook bans 'dangerous' far-right leaders and groups including Nick Griffin, Britain First and EFL
Facebook has announced a ban on a host of far-right figures and groups including former BNP leader Nick Griffin, the English Defence League (EDL), and Britain First, after designating them as “dangerous”.