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Panorama broadcast ‘about as bad as it gets’ for Prince Andrew

Panorama’s investigation into sex allegations surrounding Prince Andrew has been described by one royal writer as “about as bad as it gets for Andrew”. Penny...

Kay Burley ’empty chairs’ James Cleverly after Tory chairman’s no-show

Sky News presenter Kay Burley gave Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly the “empty chair” treatment after claiming he had missed a planned appearance on...

Former EastEnders star Katie Jarvis on her future in acting

Former EastEnders star Katie Jarvis has said she thinks the door has been “left open” for her to return to the soap, but that...

SNP MP backs Brexit delay until end of 2020 for second referendum

An SNP MP has said she supports extending Brexit negotiations until the end of next year if needed for a second referendum. Joanna Cherry QC...

Strictly’s Karim Zeroual will dance this weekend despite illness

Karim Zeroual will take to the Strictly Come Dancing dancefloor this weekend just days after being forced to miss It Takes Two due to...

Extinction Rebellion activists block BBC London HQ as week of protests continues

Extinction Rebellion activists have blockaded the BBC’s central London headquarters as a week of disruption in the British capital continues. BBC staff members reported being...

BBC scraps public vote used to select UK’s Eurovision entry

The BBC has scrapped the public vote used to select the UK’s Eurovision Song Contest entry, instead opting to give a record label the...

BBC licence fee plans are slow-motion car crash, charity warns

Pensioners will struggle with the process of buying a TV licence, a charity has warned, as it criticised the BBC’s plans for home visits. The...

Jeremy Clarkson voted best Top Gear presenter of all time

Jeremy Clarkson has been voted the best Top Gear presenter of all time – securing nearly a third of all possible votes. The TV personality...

BBC boss warns of ‘biggest assault on truth’ since 1930s

BBC director-general Tony Hall has said the world is in the grip of the biggest attack on truth since the 1930s. The broadcasting boss has...

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UK Government issues ‘stay local’ advice over coronavirus exercise ‘confusion’

British Government advice to tackle the coronavirus outbreak has been clarified to urge people to “stay local” when exercising ahead of the first weekend...

Police hunt for killer of woman found dead in UK church grounds

A manhunt has been launched in England for a woman’s killer after her body was found in the grounds of an east London Baptist...

Eiffel Tower says ‘Merci’ to health workers fighting coronavirus

Health workers saving lives during the coronavirus outbreak have received a huge show of gratitude with the help of the Eiffel Tower. The Paris landmark...
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