was deleted when Lord Elis-Thomas tweeted
him directly asking to take it down.
lt;B The tweet
, since deleted, showing Neil McEvoy and Dafydd Elis-Thomas
In order to bookmark a tweet
, a user may tap or click the new 'share' icon available beneath a tweet
, where the message icon was earlier positioned.
It was too late: At the time of writing, Usher's tweet
has 21,000 retweets, and 43,000 likes, and continues to be posted by others as if it were genuine.
The blind acceptance of the tweet
was mostly due to its timing, as it came after the biggest percentage drop in the Dow Jones Industrial average since 2011.
The LOC simply said that it isn't prepared to collect every single tweet
anymore due to some of Twitter's recent changes, such as the adoption of embedded images and video, as well as support for longer tweets
If he spent only one minute on each post, that would be nearly 40 hours-a solid work week for most Americans-spent just on tweets
A SOLIHULL councillor who was suspended by the local conservative party pending an investigation into alleged racist tweets
did not breach the council's Code of Conduct, a report has found.
Cooper in his own tweet
says he woke up to find out "someone gained access" to his account.
After expanding its character count to 280, Twitter has rolled out its newest feature that allows users to compose and publish an entire thread of tweets
all at the same time.
Leo Messi is the new player at Burgos CF," the club tweet
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Naeemul Haq has on Wednesday apologised for his tweet
in which he claimed that Tariq Fatemi had accompanied the government delegation on China visit.
POLICE are investigating after an offensive tweet
was sent from a Warwick councillor's account during the Eurovision Song Contest.
Her husband George, a well-know conservative lawyer, criticized the president's tweet
on the travel ban in a tweet
of his own.
A since-deleted tweet
sent from Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller's account on Tuesday used an obscene term to describe Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee.