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Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

Gray and Keys score at TalkSport

TalkSport expects revenues to jump by 14 per cent in the third quarter, boosted by its hiring of Andy Gray and Richard Keys from Sky Sports.

Watchdog hits Sky over cost of pay movies

BSkyB is set to lose its "stranglehold" on Hollywood blockbusters shown on pay-TV after the competition watchdog ruled that it unfairly dominated the market. The regulator calculated that customers were being overcharged to the tune of £60m a year.

Sky to hand back £1bn but investors want more

BSkyB promised to hand back more than £1bn to shareholders as it posted a 23 per cent rise in annual profits yesterday, but one major investor complained the windfall could have been higher.

Steve Richards: Cameron's immaturity lies exposed

His errors in this affair are part of a pattern of policy making. They are not fatal but they damage him

How News Corp could be made to sell BSkyB stake

The media watchdog is unlikely to rule that News Corp is unfit to hold a stake in BSkyB, according to an influential media analyst, although the Government could still step in with new cross-media ownership rules.

Rebekah Brooks message to staff

Here is the full internal message from Rebekah Brooks to News International staff:

Ofcom urged to revoke News Corp's BSkyB stake

The media regulator Ofcom is under mounting political pressure to rule that News Corporation is not a "fit and proper" organisation to retain its 39 per cent stake in BSkyB.

David Prosser: News Corp's final shot across the bows

Outlook Finally, did you spot how even in withdrawing yesterday, NewsCorp was still trying to call the shots? Its statement included a warning: if BSkyB pays a higher dividend than it has agreed so far, any future offer for the company from News Corp might be below the 700p bid first time around.

Odey's BSkyB bet loses £60m in little over a week

Crispin Odey has lost about £60m since the start of last week on his stake in BSkyB – a holding he continued to increase after the phone-hacking scandal sent the shares falling

Leading article: Our democracy is stronger for the dropping of BSkyB bid

We now know that the integrity of our public institutions is not for sale to the highest bidder

Video: Cameron on BSkyB takeover 'mess'

The Prime Minister says Rupert Murdoch's takeover of BSkyB should not go ahead until "the mess" at News International is cleaned up.

News Corp blow as Conservatives set to back BSkyB motion

Rupert Murdoch was urged to bow to the will of Parliament today after it emerged that all three main parties are set to back a call for him to abandon his takeover bid for BSkyB.

News Corp talks tough after new twist in BSkyB bid saga

James Murdoch's long-cherished dream of taking over the broadcaster BSkyB was yesterday delayed when the bid was referred for a full investigation by the Competition Commission.

David Prosser: Another opportunity to explain why the Sky deal threatens plurality

Outlook: The task is to persuade the Competition Commission to take a different view onplurality – that case has not yet been made as strongly as necessary

BSkyB shares continue to slide

Shares in BSkyB closed nearly 5% lower after a day in which News Corp defied City expectations that it would dump its proposed bid for the satellite broadcaster.

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