Lord Rennard, former Lib Dem chief executive

Lib Dem's 'regret' handling of Lord Rennard sexual harassment claims

Former party chief executive strongly denies allegations against him

BBC executives criticised for refusing to provide interviews over report transcripts

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Lord Rennard, former Lib Dem chief executive

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Former party chief denies that he inappropriately touched female party workers

Actress Sharon Rooney who plays Rae Earl in My Mad Fat Diary

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Another series of My Mad Fat Diary has been re-commissioned for E4.

Matt Butler: Unruly Children's Institute shows off new batch of EPO

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Gervais's latest addition to his comedy menagerie grates more than it amuses

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Clare Balding has landed her own chatshow which will see her interview some of the biggest names in sport.

BBC breakfast Susanna Reid

Susanna Reid voted BBC TV host you'd most like to see while eating your cornflakes

TV host Susanna Reid has been named the most popular presenter of BBC Breakfast in a poll to mark the morning show's 30th anniversary.

Rabbi Ephraim Padwa said that reporting the case would break rabbinic law

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A senior British rabbi has been filmed telling an alleged victim of child sexual abuse not to go to the police.

Channel 4 criticised for screening X Men film Wolverine before the watershed

TV watchdog Ofcom has criticised Channel 4 for showing scenes of "violence, aggression and menace" when children were watching by broadcasting X-Men film Wolverine before the watershed.

A police officer stands outside Number 10 Downing Street

Plebgate row: top Tory warns against police 'witch-hunt'

A senior Conservative has said there should not be a “witch-hunt” against the police over the Andrew Mitchell affair despite growing doubts about their version of the now-infamous altercation at the gates of Downing Street.

Nobody matching the description of the off-duty police officer, who claimed to have witnessed the outburst, appears to be present in this CCTV still

Was Tory Chief Whip framed? Police officer accused of posing as member of public to help force Andrew Mitchell's resignation

CCTV footage and claims of fabricated evidence may exonerate Mitchell

Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver tops Christmas books charts for third consecutive time with 15-Minute Meals

Jamie Oliver is celebrating a third successive year with the best-selling Christmas book after his 15-Minute Meals title again topped the festive chart.

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