Dec 19, 2017
Facebook grilled on Britain First page by MPs
Facebook has said it is reviewing the future of Britain First's profile page, following the removal of its leaders' pages from Twitter. The details emerged as the Home Affairs Committee grilled Facebook, Google and Twitter on what they were doing to combat hate speech. MPs said the firms had made progress but were still not doing enough. On Britain First, a far-right group, Facebook's director of public policy Simon Milner said it was reviewing its future. Ms Cooper also grilled Sinead McSweeney, Twitter's vice-president of public policy on a series of abusive tweets - including racist comments aimed at MP Diane Abbott and death threats aimed at MP Anna Soubry - remained on Twitter.
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