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2015/07/01 06:08
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The public library matters. It matters for community and culture. It matters for education and literacy. It matters for inclusion and democracy. It matters for personal and social well-being. It...
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2015/07/01 05:41
2015/07/01 05:41
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THE number of regular internet users in Oxfordshire rose by 22,000 in the first three months of this year compared to the same period two years ago. New figures released by the Office for National...
2015/06/30 11:57
2015/06/30 11:57
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In a major blow to the BBC, which styled itself as the "home of Games" during the 2012 London Olympics when it screened 2,500 hours of live action, the broadcaster will now have to negotiate a...
2015/06/29 08:51
2015/06/29 08:51
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An expert from the British Museum said the two items found in Bridgnorth, which would have been owned by “high-status people”, showed the wealth of some folk in the area hundreds of years ago. Both...
2015/06/29 05:22
2015/06/29 05:22
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If such a move was agreed, Channel 4 would sell its headquarters in Westminster and follow HSBC, Deutsche Bank and others in moving staff to Birmingham. Channel 4 employs some 800, most of whom work...
2015/06/26 11:45
2015/06/26 11:45
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The government has issued superfast broadband vouchers to over 25,000 small to medium sized businesses in the UK. Figures released today by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport show that the...
2015/06/26 08:27
2015/06/26 08:27
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The Daily Telegraph newspaper says an upcoming Green Paper into the Corporation’s future will present putting the Corporation under external control for the first time in its history. Under the plan...
2015/06/26 06:42
2015/06/26 06:42
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The BBC Trust could be scrapped, with its role overseeing the broadcaster handed to media watchdog Ofcom under plans being drawn up by the Government, according to reports. The move will be signalled...
2015/06/26 05:28
2015/06/26 05:28
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The newspaper, citing sources, added that industry experts will be appointed to help decide on a wide-ranging review of the broadcaster. Sources close to the government told the Guardian that the...
2015/06/24 17:20
2015/06/24 17:20
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Politicians of all Welsh parties in the Assembly have called for the rugby six nations to remain on free-to-air TV. Culture minister Ken Skates has pressed the UK Government “to do the right thing”,...
2015/06/24 16:53
2015/06/24 16:53
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Mr Cameron clashed more than once with Anne McIntosh, the former Thirsk and Malton Conservative MP over a “digital divide” opening up between city and countryside. In the Commons, the issue was...
2015/06/22 21:48
2015/06/22 21:48
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Rendering of Zayed National Museum, designed by Norman Foster It now seems, according to Martin Bailey‘s recent report in the Art Newspaper, that major objects traveling from the United Kingdom to...
2015/06/19 21:48
2015/06/19 21:48
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But Sharon Wood has criticised the Government after an investigation found ministers rejected attempts to improve safety standards across the EU. The tragic deaths led to calls for new European...
2015/06/18 07:53
2015/06/18 07:53
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... I want to dispel some of the myths perpetrated by detractors of the Connecting Shropshire Programme. This is an 'open' letter to provide an update on our progress and aspirations for...
2015/06/17 21:09
2015/06/17 21:09
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The arrangement, made under Arts Council England’s Acceptance In Lieu (AIL) scheme, is likely to prove controversial at a time when the Government is imposing deep cuts on public spending. But...
2015/06/17 17:20
2015/06/17 17:20
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TAC (Teledwyr Annibynnol Cymru), the producers’ trade body, also want assurances that the Welsh language broadcaster should not be disadvantaged if the BBC gets a raw financial deal when its charter...
2015/06/16 10:27
2015/06/16 10:27
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The government is to look into claims a council has failed to carry out its duties after the shutters were pulled on four libraries for the last time. Last week, Harrow East MP Blackman staged a...
2015/06/15 15:23
2015/06/15 15:23
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Justice Secretary Michael Gove is facing accusations this weekend of undermining the impartiality of Whitehall by appointing a wealthy Conservative donor and a close personal ally to his department's...
2015/06/11 23:09
2015/06/11 23:09
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With millions of pounds piled into ensuring the legacy of the London Games did not end after the competitors went home, Tracey Crouch, who has held the ministerial role for just a month, has now...
2015/06/05 12:39
2015/06/05 12:39
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Facebook has been criticised by the NSPCC for allowing a video of "a terrified, sobbing baby being constantly immersed in a bucket of water" by a "callous" adult to remain on the social media...
2015/07/01 06:08
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