The paid-for platform would reportedly take over the channel's current iPlayer service
The actress and humanitarian warned against a growing 'politics of fear and separation'
Several controversial jokes made by the comedian, here hosting for the first time, were edited out of the show's final broadcast
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'There have been some quite extraordinary attacks on the elected leader of the Labour party', says Sir Michael Lyons
No one will be able to legally watch the BBC on iPlayer without buying a television licence, the Government has announced, as part of a new Royal Charter for the Corporation unveiled in Parliament.
You can now watch BBC iPlayer abroad - but you will also soon have to pay a bigger licence fee
Move comes after actors, including Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis and James Nesbitt, publically condemned the proposals that will form the basis of the corporation’s next Royal Charter
All the biggest questions about the controversial new Government report answered
The campaign group 38 Degrees say the petition was hijacked by sexist trolls
The broadcaster, as well as the BBC is likely to face changes, however
The people of Britain may take to the streets if the Government is "stupid" in its handling of the BBC's future, a senior peer has warned.
'There will [only be] a broadcasting landscape where the only determinate of whether something gets made is whether it’s likely to line the pockets of its shareholders.'
'Who are the people who listen to The Archers, watch Strictly and listen to the Today Programme? In large part, they are Tory voters'
From gently having a chat with a baby rhino to howling like a wolf, here is a selection of Sir David's defining moments
Jane Devonshire has said she did not want to be defined by her ill health