Family announces news
The introduction of opt-out filters by the four major ISPs has been controversial, with reports of legitimate content being blocked
Commissioning editor said residents knew the nature and title of the show
Paxman makes a clean start to the year on Newsnight
The Newsnight veteran is unhappy at Cameron's take on next year's first world war centenary
Is Wonga simply trying to deflect accusations and whitewash its true colours?
The decision came after the father of the girls brought the case to the High Court in September
Party conference turns to high comedy
The chat show host received a 12 per cent pay rise in wages and associated royalties last year, it has emerged
There is an excellent satire to be written about the trials of the BBC over the last 12 months. Making News is not it. A new comedy from Robert Khan, a Labour councillor for Islington, and director Tom Salinsky, who last lampooned the government in Coalition, it focusses on the BBC's tendency to become the story, rather than report it.
Probe into Stuart Hall affair will add to costs
Ofcom has launched an investigation into whether appearances by the radical Islamic cleric Anjem Choudary on BBC, ITV and Channel 4 after the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby were editorially justified.
Corporation has conceded coverage was misleading and unfair to charity that helps military personnel
Former Tory MP Louise Mensch's fresh-faced appearance has been the subject of repeated speculation. Now she has finally laid the cosmetic surgery rumours to rest by admitting what many suspected all along: she has had a facelift.
One in 25 Buglarians and one in 100 Romanians are actively looking for jobs in Britain next year when they will gain the right to live and work in this country, according to polls for BBC2’s Newsnight released last night.
Tony Hall, the new BBC Director-General, has pledged to end a culture of excessive redundancy payments for executives and promised that he will not accept a pay-off if he fails in the post.