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Plans are being considered to change the punishment of not paying the TV licence fee to a civil offence, rather than a criminal one. Culture Secretary Maria Miller said the "decriminalisation of the licence fee should be on the table" in the BBC’s charter review before 2017.
Consultancy bosses detect surge in interest from firms concerned about Ed Miliband's policy agenda By David Singleton Ed Miliband’s 'cost of living ...
Labour press release Gloria De Piero, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, responding to the ASA’s decision to withdraw the Paddy Power Oscar Pistor...
TUC press release Responding to today’s (Wednesday) announcement by the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA), that it is to stop carrying out automatic inspection...
We have consulted on an appropriate approach for determining the composition of the list of major parties ahead of the elections taking place on 22 May 2014. Our ...
Welsh Government press release A new drive to use sport to help improve the lives of those living in the most disadvantaged communities in Wales is underway, the ...
DCMS press release 40 museums across the length and breadth of England will benefit from grants worth over £4.6 million, Culture Minister Ed Vaizey announced toda...
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