For the first time Prevent, the government's counter-terrorism programme, has had more referrals linked to far-right extremism than Islamist extremism.
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Online hate speech in the UK and US has risen by 20% since the start of the pandemic, according to a new report.
Youth charity Ditch the Label commissioned the study, which analysed 263 million conversations in the UK and US, between 2019 and mid-2021.
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The UK was "by far" the main origin of the "abhorrent racist abuse" on Twitter after England lost the Euro 2020 final, the social media platform has said.
Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka and Jadon Sancho were abused after missing in the penalty shootout loss to Italy.
Twitter removed 1,622 tweets in the next 24 hours but identify verification "would have been unlikely to prevent the abuse",
Regulator Ofcom has announced Anna-Sophie Harling will be its online safety principal, dealing with how the tech giants regulate harmful speech.
She will be in charge of implementing the Online Safety Bill, due to come into effect later this year if approved by Parliament.
Ofcom will be able to fine tech firms that fail to remove offending content up to 10% of their global revenue.
But one expert said this would require "bold leadership".
Ms Harling will be part of a team reporting into Ofcom's chief executive Melanie Dawes.
Donald Trump has launched a new "communications" website, which says it will publish content "straight from the desk" of the former US president.
Mr Trump was banned by Twitter and suspended by Facebook and YouTube after the Capitol riots in January.