Is the BBC heading for a tussle with the Government? Anthony Devlin/PA Wire Was there clapping and cheering in the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DMCS) when John Whittingdale was announced as the new Culture Secretary? There ought to ... Social Dashboard, 5 hours ago
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John Whittingdale 'good choice' for culture secretary says outgoing BBC Trust vice-chair 18 May 2015 From the section Entertainment & Arts John Whittingdale is "really well-informed" according to Diane Coyle (right) John Whittingdale is "a ...BBC, 4 days ago HSBC : BBC's Diane Coyle: Whittingdale, despite the headlines, is a good choice 4 Traders, 3 days ago Is the BBC safe in the hands of our new Culture Secretary, John Whittingdale? New Statesman, 1 week ago 'Watch out, Auntie!' As Daily Mail welcomes new 'minister for BBC bashing', Guardian warns of 'vandalism' Press Gazette, 1 week ago
- John Whittingdale becomes Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport - Ed Vaizey continues as a culture minister across the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills The DTG welcomes John ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago Ed Vaizey To Continue As Culture Minister Booktrade - Book2Book, 1 week ago Cameron names Whittingdale as culture minister Telecompaper, 1 week ago Sports role for MP Whittingdale Sky Sports, 1 week ago
Dear Mr Whittingdale, Congratulations on your appointment as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. Forgive me for writing at what I am sure is a busy time, but I wanted to express my concerns about the way in which the country's arts ...Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago James Lark : A Letter to John Whittingdale Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago
Key points - David Cameron has unveiled his first all-Conservative cabinet - Amber Rudd, John Whittingdale, Greg Clark and Robert Halfon all get roles - The PM also met Conservative backbenchers for the first time since the election - ...BBC, 1 week ago 9 ways David Cameron's new cabinet is seriously problematic LondonlovesBusiness.com, 1 week ago Reshuffle: Cameron's key appointments—and what they mean Prospect, 1 week ago PM Tells Cabinet: Give Working People A Chance Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago
16:03 Reuters/Neil Hall Following the appointment of license-fee skeptic John Whittingdale to the cabinet on Monday, the UK's right-wing press have sent out a flurry of front pages declaring the government is already at war with the BBC. ...Russia Today, 1 week ago
Follow Comments Following Comments Unfollow Comments Reading this morning's newspaper headlines in the UK, you could be forgiven for thinking that John Whittingdale had already decided to abolish the BBC. Whittingdale is the new secretary of ...Forbes.com, 1 week ago
Katie Hopkins has turned her fire on the BBC - saying the appointment of John Whittingdale as Culture Secretary is bad news for the broadcaster. Katie Hopkins has turned her fire on the BBC - saying the appointment of John Whittingdale as Culture ...Irish Independent, 1 week ago Katie Hopkins predicts end of TV licence fee Irish Examiner, 1 week ago
ROYAL Mail delivered an 18¾p rise to 497p as competition fears eased, while dealers suggested the appointment of John Whittingdale as the new Culture Secretary could point to a more radical reform of the BBC, providing a 4¼p boost to 265p for ITV.Scottish Daily Express, 1 week ago
John Whittingdale And Chris Bryant Appointments Make Tory And Labour Positions On Media Crystal Clear
Labour and the Conservatives have firmly set out their stalls on the media, placing two MPs with very different agendas at the heart of Britain's press and broadcasting landscape. Appointing John Whittingdale to the key post of Culture Secretary ...Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago Culture Secretary Appointments Make Tory And Labour Positions On Media Crystal Clear Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago
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