Former Australia players conceded that their side were “outplayed” by England as Eoin Morgan’s men cruised to victory in their Cricket World Cup semi-final.
After the United States won the Women’s World Cup social media users did not waste time in reminding Donald Trump of a tweet he had directed toward star player Megan Rapinoe earlier in the tournament.
A court order banning social media companies from allowing identification of two juvenile killers on their platforms has been continued.
The Prime Minister praised Phil Neville’s England side for their performance both on and off the field after the Lionesses were knocked out of the World Cup by the USA.
Primary school children, the UK’s “most patriotic” street and a barking police dog lead the messages of support being sent to the Lionesses ahead of their World Cup semi-final against the USA.
Adidas has promised an investigation after some highly offensive messages were sent out via its Twitter account as part of a promotion for the new Arsenal kit.
Conservative leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt conducted a Twitter Q&A session on Tuesday after rival Boris Johnson declined to take part in a televised debate.
The Irish broadcasting watchdog has rejected criticism that it is not the right institution to regulate harmful online content of social media giants Facebook and Twitter.
The Women’s World Cup group stage has come to an end, and while all eyes have been on the games, social media has produced its fair share of intriguing moments too.
A former Crystal Palace youth team colleague of Aaron Wan-Bissaka does not begrudge his team-mate’s success, after a post on social media about the contrast in their lives went viral.
A woman who was compared to Matt Lucas because of her alopecia had the last laugh when the comedian got in touch and told her she was beautiful.