Dying to see the Queen, but can't make it to Berlin? Social media is usually a next-best-option. But Buckingham Palace - and Elizabeth II herself - are very, very careful about what they publish.
Royal fans are ecstatic as the British monarch visits Germany for the first time in a decade. The Queen and Prince Phillip will tour the country on a three-day state visit. (24.06.2015)
Although British royals are all over Twitter and Instagram, they don't have personal accounts. Should they? (23.06.2015)
Take a look at the top stories we're following from across social media today. Participate in our questions of the day and share your comments and content with us. @dwnews wants to hear from you. (23.06.2015)
Donald Trump has lashed out at Theresa May after the leak of diplomatic memos criticizing his presidency. The UK scrambled to stem the damage caused by the leaking of confidential memos, but Trump is not letting go.
Boris Johnson has assumed control of Britain, taking over from Theresa May. Parliament has paid tribute to May's public service and she has said she is happy to hand over the leadership to a fellow conservative.
Seeing Donald Trump go after London Mayor Sadiq Khan was as predictable as seeing Trump spell his name wrong. But Khan's mistaken about one thing, Mark Hallam says; it's very British to fawn over this misogynist fibber.
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