The party says it is entitled to rebut "nonsense" amid calls for action over rebranded Twitter account.
The man, detained in August, says he was blindfolded and beaten for his part in Hong Kong's protests.
The telecoms firm says it could resume the connection if the Duke of York ended his role as patron.
The actress, who played Daenerys in the HBO show, says we live in "shifting times for nudity".
Patients are being turned away, stuck on waiting lists and put off by cost, BBC analysis suggests.
Nearly 7 million people watched leaders lock horns over the NHS in the first TV debate of the election.
Jose Mourinho is appointed as Tottenham manager after the Premier League club sacked Mauricio Pochettino on Tuesday.
The party is promising billions more for schools in England, taken from a £50bn so-called "Remain bonus".
The National Lottery's senior winners' adviser urged players to check their tickets.
A look inside Hong Kong's Polytechnic University, the site of a fiery battleground in recent days.
Malta's PM on Tuesday stepped up the probe into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The papers review the televised head-to-head between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.
Hallie Rubenhold wins non-fiction prize for book on five "ordinary women" who fell on "hard times".
Fatima and Fiza are part of the first all-female team helping to make Bamiyan province mine free.
US Democrat candidates face each other in a TV debate on Wednesday, but what's the secret to success?
Up to seven in 10 women have had an uncomfortable experience at the gym, according to a recent survey of 1,800 women.
The creators of the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen reveal why they decided to make a musical centred around teen suicide.
Radio 1's Adele took a photo of the reality star into the jungle and people were confused.
Taylor's label can't stop her performing her own songs. The problem comes when she puts them online.
It's 25 years since the first ever National Lottery - we speak to someone who's won it.
The Trainspotting star will play an "enigmatic" DCI whose unconventional conduct raises suspicions.
The discovery of baby crocodiles in a river in Nepal is raising hopes for the future of the gharial.
It's thought 2.5 billion people could benefit from technology first developed in the 1200s.
The growing marketplace for buying fake followers on the social media site.
The High Street chain says shopping in-store is greener than buying online, but not everyone agrees.
Emma Banks puts on tours for some of the world's biggest musicians - but says they need to change.
Alexa chief discusses plans to make the virtual assistant more useful when used outside the home.
What's the truth behind claims by President Trump and other Republicans over the Ukraine affair?
The authorities are battling to cap inflation as the Zimbabwean dollar is reintroduced.
One of the greatest comic book writers says it's embarrassing for adults to like superheroes.
Real Madrid's Gareth Bale is pictured with a banner that read 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order' after helping Wales reach Euro 2020.
Dom Sibley is set to make his England Test debut this week. Those who know him best describe the prolific batsman on and off the field.
As Wales secure their place at Euro 2020, BBC Sport looks back at Hal Robson-Kanu's goal against Belgium at Euro 2016.
Watch as basketball athlete and bodybuilder Woody Belfort shows incredible strength by scaling a bouldering route in his wheelchair.
We look at the big moments from the party leaders' first TV debate in the run up to the general election
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have clashed in the first leaders' debate, we've been looking into some of their claims.
How late can you register to vote in a general election?
The two leaders locked horns over the NHS, Brexit and the Royal Family in a live TV debate
As Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson faced off on ITV, their supporters clashed online.
The BBC News site is listing all candidates standing on 12 December - find them with our postcode search.
The Green Party election manifesto has been launched. What are their most eye-catching promises?
Regulars trying to save their village pub in Warwickshire want politicians to do more to help rural communities.
There are important choices to be made, no matter who wins the election on 12 December.
A UK lawyer says Germany is violating its constitution by denying citizenship to some descendants of Nazi victims.
Three young West Africans stole from their families to fund a trek to Europe, now they have to face the consequences.
Emirates' president Sir Tim Clark says climate change activists helped airlines focus on the need to act.
A Which? investigation found toys listed on both sites which appeared to have been declared unsafe by the EU.
A higher rate would insulate workers from some of the risk they face, according to think tank Demos
Music fans deserve more options and choices from streaming services, says a new report.
Australia's second largest bank is accused of 23 million breaches of anti-money laundering laws.
The luxury car brand hopes the new DBX SUV will deliver a sales boost after a disappointing year.
The airline initially made the claim after a flight was diverted because two crew members fell unconscious.
The recommendation came at the end of the National Transportation Safety Board's investigation of a fatal 2018 accident.
China wants to end its dependence on imported computer chips, but experts says it will struggle.
Economists seek to explain our world but they often get things wrong, argue two Nobel prize winners.
Federico González runs the Radisson Hotel Group, and refuses to name his favourite place to stay.
The booming tech industry has pushed San Francisco house prices out of the reach of ordinary workers.
An Airbus-backed competition to race electric aircraft hopes to revolutionise engine technology.
The global surveillance market continues to grow at a fast pace, led by Chinese technology.
The UK's night-time economy is now said to be the UK's fifth-biggest industry with annual revenues of £66bn.
Big budget ads are already gracing our screens but do they actually benefit the big brands behind them?
People in UK tower blocks are unable to re-mortgage or sell their homes because of cladding.
About 1,300 exhibitors are expected at the biggest aerospace and defence event of the year.
The two topics are a big discussion point in the general election, but how do they work?
Mozilla boss Mitchell Baker says "don't hide things - even the scary, risky things" from your staff.
Steph McGovern explains how the government raises money from you to pay for the services you use.
John McDonnell said the party will bring free fibre broadband to every UK home by 2030 if it wins the election.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how trainers became a million dollar idea.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
A pilot is in progress to see if invisible barcodes on packaging can improve recycling rates.
How do you update an iconic product like the Fender Stratocaster electric guitar?
Twitter said the stunt was misleading to the public and would not be tolerated in future - but did not take any direct action.
The founder of Leave.EU's Twitter account has been breached and messages spanning years leaked.
The game studio is preparing a prequel to its iconic Half-Life title that will be set entirely in VR.
The policy distinguishes the platform from other tech giants such as Twitter and Facebook.
Gamers make fewer rational decisions when faced with insults - even from robots, a study suggests.
Jimmy Wales says his new social network, WT:Social, now has more than 160,000 members.
Some customers were left without online banking access for several weeks after the problems last year.
In a statement, WhatsApp said that it had no reason to believe that users phones were affected.
The tech giant's boss Phil Harrison believes its new service Stadia is a "leap forward" for gaming.
Scientists say ultra-slippery toilet coating could save a huge amount of water across the planet.
Medical tattoo artists takes on Facebook over nipple block and she is joined by cancer patients to protest
Richard Browning says he wants to show how the technology had improved since his previous record.
The UK's first full-size 'driverless' bus is tested in Glasgow.
Richard Taylor looks at what is new at the LA Adobe Max Creative Conference for BBC Click.
Labour promises to give every home in the UK full-fibre internet if it wins the general election.
Exploring the gaps in the political advertising databases provided by the tech giants.
Fashion collections that only exist in digital form are being sold, as the fashion industry learns from computer games.
England cricket hero Ben Stokes talks through pictures that have defined his life and career in BBC Sport's Photos of me - including that incredible summer with England.
Britain's former marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe is to coach US runner Jordan Hasay, who has left the disbanded Nike Oregon Project.
LeBron James becomes the first player in NBA history to score a triple-double against every team in the league after helping the LA Lakers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-107.
A changing dynamic, difficult situations and nothing else to say - Guillem Balague looks at why Mauricio Pochettino's departure from Tottenham was inevitable
England pick Sam Curran ahead of fellow all-rounder Chris Woakes for the opening Test in New Zealand, which starts at 22:00 GMT on Wednesday.
Scotland's bleak Euro 2020 qualifying campaign was brought to a close with a laboured victory over Kazakhstan in Glasgow.
Ben Davies admits he was "shocked" to hear that Mauricio Pochettino has been sacked as Tottenham manager after five years in charge of the Premier League club.
Phillip Rivers throws four interceptions including a crucial, game-ending pick during the LA Chargers' 24-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Watch Spain midfielders Rodri and Thiago Alcantara show off their long-range passing skills during a training session.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Spurs 'need to keep working' after their 1-1 draw with Sheffield United.
A 101-yard return by Miami Dolphins' Jakeem Grant features in NFL plays of the week along with Mark Ingram, Kenny Golladay and Julian Edelman.
British boxer Joshua Buatsi gives BBC Sport an insight into moving from Ghana to England, his love of boxing and the money advice legend Floyd Mayweather gave to him.
Watch this week's top 10 plays in the NBA, including LeBron James' slam dunk against Sacramento Kings.
Radio 1 Newsbeat give you a AAA pass at Golden State Warriors' new home.
Nick Butter talks to BBC Breakfast about the trials and tribulations he has been through as he became the first person to run a marathon in every country after completing 196 marathons in 674 days.
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