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Mobile phone users will now be able to call 0800

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While they are promoted as freephone, the lines often hit mobile users in the pocket

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The hunt is on at Channel 4 for a director to replace Tony Hall, who stood down as deputy chairman to become director general of the BBC.

Numbers of complaints about unwanted calls have trebled in just six months

Campaigners are calling for action against rogue operators

Whether it’s PPI mis-selling, double glazing  or accident insurance claims, the plague of unsolicited calls has reached the status of No. 1 complaint to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport

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Labour set to cut red tape strangling small business

The Labour Party will up its attempts to win over British business with a report this week that recommends vastly improved broadband access, establishing export hubs and cutting red tape.

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ITV plan to cut regional news gets go-ahead

The media regulator Ofcom is backing a plan by ITV to slash its regional news output in exchange for offering more localised bulletins across England.

George Osborne's pledge to cut deficit set to fail, warns OBR

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George Osborne's pledge to cut deficit this year set to fail, warns OBR

Watchdog says only implausibly large surge in tax revenues or a significant drop in state spending could help Chancellor's boast be lived up to

'We cursed the cancer. It's dead': Religious satellite TV show 'Miracle Hour' is 'risking lives' by promising cures say charities

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The Gherkin in the heart of the City

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Free-to-air channel will provide high quality coverage for every area of the city

X Factor rapped by Ofcom for excessively plugging hotel where finalists stayed

The X Factor breached broadcasting rules by giving excessive plugs to the hotel where the show’s finalists stayed, the broadcasting watchdog ruled.

My Big Fat Quiz of the Year and a case of entirely confected outrage

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