Denmark’s centre-right prime minister has resigned after a general election that ended with a gain for left-leaning parties and a big loss for populists who were supporting the government.
Three jailed or fugitive Catalan politicians hope to use their freshly won seats in the European Parliament as loudspeakers for their separatist cause in northeastern Spain although actually being sworn will be the first obstacle they have to overcome.
Twitter has announced an expansion of its reporting feature to allow users to specifically flag content that is misleading about voting or elections.
Online trolls convicted of a new crime of intimidating election candidates would be barred from public office themselves under plans being considered by the Government.
University students are protesting a ban against Buttons the cat becoming their new rector.
Mark Blyth saw the whole thing coming.
Labour has won a council by-election prompted by the resignation of Willie Clarke, known as the last elected communist councillor in the UK.