A new immersive film gives viewers a look at what life is like in deaf Britain today. The Independent meets one of its stars Marios Costi – football lover, family man and passionate advocate of deaf rights
The Ms Leadsom was a prominent Brexit campaigner is one of her main advantages in the Conservative leadership contest
'If he really did support these positions, then he would be out there making his position clear, as he speaks in public frequently,' says Shakeel Begg's legal counsel
Freshly ground coffee, stage crew... and the occasional artist
Union members have voted unanimously for action following allegations over 'unequal' pay grading whereby some journalists say they are receiving less pay and recognition for carrying out the same duties as staff on other channels
The Radio Five Live commentator decided to skip the World Cup as soon as Fifa awarded Russia the hosting rights
Mohammed Emwazi is believed to have been killed in a US drone strike in Raqqa in November 2015
Jolie will discuss the refugee crisis in her forthcoming episode
'What are we supposed to do? I do not have a problem admitting I have no idea what to and I blame you lot entirely for that'
It beat ‘Darth Vader’ and the hashtag symbol to the award
Organisation expressed concerns about Corporation's online activities and how it impacted on its own commercial viability
The debate will be the first of three broadcast by the BBC
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'Surely it is madness to remove such a comprehensive archive which has taken years to create'
'The internet requires the BBC to redefine itself, but not its mission'
The BBC is 'archiving' its recipes, meaning that they'll still be available – but that close call should remind us to store the websites that we care about