Sales had fallen to the 40,000 mark - way short of the anticipated 200,000
President Obama and Larry Wilmore went all in...
If Colonel Gaddafi had any sense, he’d have told Kelvin MacKenzie he was just about to order free and fair elections when Liverpool fans without tickets broke down his door
Members of the public and interested organisations are invited to submit evidence as part of a wider probe into sexism in advertising
Regulator rules survey questions were 'ambiguous'
Constable left paralysed on one side and with a speech disorder
French media are delighted at the reaction from certain 'conservative Brits'
Under existing guidelines, junk food adverts are banned for television transmission of children's programmes, but not for online viewing of the same content
'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
The most complained advert of the year was MoneySuperMarket.com’s 'epic strut' film
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'
Readers also ranked the British press as the 'most biased' in the countries surveyed