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The Government could reopen its process to find the next chair of the BBC Trust after several candidates ruled themselves out. The Times reports that, as well as former Olympic chief Lord Coe, English National Opera chairman Martyn Rose, Arts Council chairman Sir Peter Bazalgette, and crossbench peer Baroness Hogg have a...
Hacked Off press release Today, former Sunday Mirror and News of the World reporter Dan Evans was sentenced to a suspended sentence of 10 months in prison (suspen...
Ed Vaizey denied allegations, made in a report released today by the Federation of Small Businesses, that the Government’s targets for national broadband services we...
Lord Hall said the licence fee system remained good value, but admitted it needed “some amending”. “Belief in the licence fee has grown and not diminished. They a...
Labour press release Speaking at today’s Children’s Media Conference in Sheffield, Helen Goodman MP, Shadow Minister for Culture, said: “Children watch nearly 17...
Ed Miliband said the jailing of Andy Coulson called into question David Cameron's judgement in hiring him to work for Number 10. "My thoughts today are with the ...
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