The fast food chain tweeted it was ‘selling milkshakes all weekend’ ahead of a Brexit Party rally to be addressed by Nigel Farage.Read the full story ›
Burger King and McDonald’s have separately announced moves to cut their use of the toys following increasing consumer pressure.Read the full story ›
The plant-based Impossible Whopper is being trialled in the US.Read the full story ›
The poster ads for the fast food giants both appeared within 100 metres of primary schools.Read the full story ›
Fast food bosses realise their Whopper mistake after internet tricksters hijack their cheeky online campaign.Read the full story ›
Burger King could become the first fast food chain to sell alcohol in its UK restaurants.Read the full story ›
People are urging the fast food chain to reconsider a proposal made by Burger King to join forces for a "delicious, peace-loving burger".Read the full story ›
It has come to our attention that the Twitter account of BURGER KING(R) brand has been hacked.
We have worked directly with administrators to suspend the account until we are able to re-establish our legitimate site and authentic postings.
We apologise to our followers who have been receiving erroneous tweets about other members of our industry and additional inappropriate topics.
McDonald's has tweeted to confirm it had nothing to do with Burger King's Twitter account being hacked.
The account was renamed "McDonalds".
We empathize with our @burgerking counterparts. Rest assured, we had nothing to do with the hacking.
It appears that Burger King's Twitter account, which seemed to be hacked, has been suspended.