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John Whittingdale warns Great British Bake Off could end up like Top Gear after stars quit

Bake Off 'could do a Top Gear'

Ex-Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has voiced fears that the Great British Bake Off could suffer a similar fate to Top Gear. He was reacting to news that Mary Berry will leave the show when it goes to Channel 4. Speaking to Martha Kearney ... BBC, 1 month ago

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May should invoke Article 50 within weeks, says John Whittingdale

Theresa May should begin the formal process of Brexit within a matter of weeks rather than waiting until next year to trigger Article 50, according to a former minister. John Whittingdale, who served as Culture Secretary until he was sacked by Ms ...
 MSN UK1 month ago Top Tory tells Mrs May get us out of Europe in WEEKS to stop Remainers BLOCKING Brexit'  Scottish Daily Express1 month ago

John Whittingdale hits out at inappropriate James Purnell BBC appointment

John Whittingdale has strongly criticised the appointment of a former Labour minister to a senior BBC broadcasting role, arguing it brings into question the
 PoliticsHome5 days ago James Purnell's appointment as ​​director of ​​radio spells trouble for the BBC  The Guardian3 weeks ago Former British Cabinet Member James Purnell Appointed BBC Radio Chief  Billboard3 weeks ago Fury as BBC appoints Tony Blair's former Labour minister chum as head of radio  Scottish Daily Express2 months ago
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Digital Economy Bill: Why the Tories want to police more of the online world

Andrew Parsons-Pool/ Share this story Nine days before then culture secretary John Whittingdale was sacked by prime minister Theresa May , he introduced a new draft Digital Economy Bill to parliament. Scrutiny of that proposed legislation ...
 Ars Technica UK1 week ago Tory MP John Whittingdale goes clubbing in Ibiza after getting sacked as culture secretary  The Telegraph UK2 months ago

Former Channel 4 chair: 'UK doesn't need two publicly owned broadcasters'

Twenty years ago Michael Bishop's Dear John letter helped save Channel 4 from privatisation. But with its future again in doubt, he offers a third-way solution In 1996, when he was chairman of Channel 4, Michael Bishop wrote a stiff letter to his ...
 The Guardian1 week ago

RT in UK: A brief history of establishment hysteria

This blog represents a range of opinions prepared by a team of authors working at RT. It contains commentary, views, feedback and responses to various events and news media items. The NatWest account closure is only the latest entry in the ...
 Russia Today1 day ago

How To Accept Credit Card Payments Online: What Are Your Best Options?

Choosing a payments processor to accept credit cards can be overwhelming, and with good reason: it is the lifeblood of your ecommerce operation. More than one third of consumers hesitate to shop online because of security concerns. The average ...
 JOLLYBOSS2 days ago

MPs vote against protecting the EU right to live and work in the UK - The Independent 21-10-2016

'The status of millions of our fellow workers, friends and neighbours is uncertain. That is simply not good enough,' says SNP Justice and Home Affairs spokesperson Joanna Cherry The House of Commons has voted down a motion to protect the rights ...
 EU Business2 days ago

Matt Forde review lively mickey-take of Brexit-era omnishambles

Soho theatre, London If the style is unadventurous, there are still plenty of good jokes as Forde scours the aftermath of the EU referendum Brexit comedy shows are coming thick and fast, and this latest premiered on the Edinburgh fringe comes ...
 The Guardian3 days ago

SoE President: Costs Provisions Could Ruin Newspapers

Costs sanctions which could see newspapers financially penalised for telling the truth could ruin newspapers, the new Society of Editors president has warned. Speaking at the close of the Society of Editors conference in Carlisle , incoming ...
 News Media Association4 days ago
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