The column was retracted after it came under heavy criticism and a number of claims it contained were found to be unsubstantiated
'BBC2, which really should look a bit like Channel 4, is by some distance, Britain’s whitest TV station'
A public consultation on the Culture Secretary's plans for a root and branch reform of the BBC received 190,000 responses
Former deputy governor of the Bank of England, Sir David Clementi concluded that regulatory oversight of the BBC should be passed wholly to Ofcom
Out of the 114 shortlisted names for this year's official Press Awards, can you guess how many were women?
Sheena Shirani says two of her superiors begged her for sex for several years
Just two individuals - Rupert Murdoch and Lord Rothermere - controlled a staggering 52.2 per cent of online and print national news publications in the UK in 2013
Move would address concerns that the national broadcaster has a 'London bias'
About 85 per cent of the public trusted the Church thirty years ago
The network faces a High Court winding up petition brought by a British television company
Staffers were informed of the decision on Wednesday
'Our aim is to solve these issues, our aim is not to accuse,' says Commission’s Vice President Frans Timmermans
A former government minister says young Australian women treat babies like "cash cows" and have children to make money from the welfare system
The killings, particularly that of a prominent Shia cleric, have sparked international outrage and condemnation
Creating a regular corrections column may not be enough to resolve the most significant complaints that newspapers can face from their readers
For 15 years, the gossip newsletter Popbitch has held stars to account for their bad behaviour. Now, cyber hacks and legal woes are taking their toll