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thebee
ITV Threatens Ministers Over Catch-Up ReformsITV is threatening ministers with legal action over plans that will force users
ITV Threatens Ministers Over Catch-Up Reforms
thebee / Posted 4 days ago
ITV is threatening ministers with legal action over plans that will force users of some digital catch-up TV services to buy a television licence as part of a radical overhaul of the BBC’s funding. Sky News has learnt that Adam Crozier, the company’s... Read more
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chroniclelive
Tower of London poppies are coming to NorthumberlandIt planted a lasting memory for millions when the iconic poppies sculpture appe
Tower of London poppies are coming to Northumberland
chroniclelive / Posted 5 days ago
It planted a lasting memory for millions when the iconic poppies sculpture appeared at the Tower of London last year. It is part of a UK-wide tour of the famous poppies sculpture organised by 14-18 NOW and will be at Woodhorn from mid-September to... Read more
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chroniclelive
Ashington's Woodhorn Museum hosts icon Weeping Window poppy sculptureIt planted a lasting memory for millions when the iconic poppies sculpture appe
Ashington's Woodhorn Museum hosts icon Weeping Window poppy sculpture
chroniclelive / Posted 5 days ago
It planted a lasting memory for millions when the iconic poppies sculpture appeared at the Tower of London last year. It is part of a UK-wide tour of the famous poppies sculpture organised by 14-18 NOW and will be at Woodhorn from mid-September to... Read more
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6d
Yorkshire evening post
Iconic Poppy installation heading to Yorkshire Sculpture Park Queen Elizabeth II visits the Tower of London's Blood Swept Lands and Seas of
Iconic Poppy installation heading to Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 6 days ago
Queen Elizabeth II visits the Tower of London's Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation in October 2014. Photo: Chris Jackson/PA Wire IT WAS the iconic installation that brought... Read more
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6d
Click Liverpool
Tower of London Poppies to come to Liverpool > Liverpool News > NewsWeeping Window is a section of the artwork showcased in the capital last year a
Tower of London Poppies to come to Liverpool > Liverpool News > News
Click Liverpool / Posted 6 days ago
Weeping Window is a section of the artwork showcased in the capital last year and is a tribute to the fallen in World War One. It will go on display on part of the external façade of St George’s Hall – a location intrinsically linked with the Great... Read more
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7d
Plastics and Rubber Weekly
Innovate UK offering £5,000 cyber security grantBusinesses looking to beef up their cyber security can apply for financial assi
Innovate UK offering £5,000 cyber security grant
Plastics and Rubber Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
Businesses looking to beef up their cyber security can apply for financial assistance to pay for an external expert to help them. Innovate UK, the government-backed body that invests in science and technology projects, is offering £5,000-worth of... Read more
8d
International Business Times
Government backs campaign allowing 18-olds right to delete embarrassing online pastPeople aged 18 and older could soon be allowed to delete embarrassing photograp
Government backs campaign allowing 18-olds right to delete embarrassing online past
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
People aged 18 and older could soon be allowed to delete embarrassing photographs of themselves from social networks as part of a government-backed scheme. The iRights campaign, backed by ministers at the department for culture, media and sport,... Read more
11d
Hampshire Chronicle
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
This is Oxfordshire
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Lancashire Telegraph
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Shropshire Star
Fewer young children visiting libraries « Shropshire StarThe findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report i
Fewer young children visiting libraries « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 11 days ago
The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the number of five to 10-year-olds who had used a library in the past seven days. In 2010, 18.7% children aged five to... Read more
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11d
West Moreland Gazette
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Kingston Guardian
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Kingston Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Oxford Mail
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Streatham Guardian
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Streatham Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Bury Times
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Bury Times / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Gazette
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
guardian-series
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
guardian-series / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Harrow Times
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Harrow Times / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Gazette News
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Gazette News / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
This is West Country
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
This is West Country / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Bolton News
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Bolton News / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Belfast Telegraph
Fewer young children visiting libraries The apparent decline in interest in libraries comes despite an overall increa
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
The apparent decline in interest in libraries comes despite an overall increase in the number of librariesThe apparent decline in interest in libraries comes despite an overall increase in the number of... Read more
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11d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Wandsworth Guardian
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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11d
Croydon Guardian
Fewer young children visiting librariesThe number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past fiv
Fewer young children visiting libraries
Croydon Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
The number of young children visiting libraries has plummeted over the past five years, government figures show. The findings, part of a Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) report into children's activities, reveal a 26% decline in the... Read more
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12d
chroniclelive
Gateshead residents are asked to share stories of the Saltwell Park Museum CollectionA collection of curiosities which has been in storage for decades is being dust
Gateshead residents are asked to share stories of the Saltwell Park Museum Collection
chroniclelive / Posted 12 days ago
A collection of curiosities which has been in storage for decades is being dusted down to go back on show at Shipley Art Gallery in Gateshead. Housed in Saltwell Towers, then a short-lived museum, the oddments - ranging from stuffed birds to carved... Read more
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Independent
Museums and galleries across UK planning to charge entry fees amid funding cutsA handful which were previously free to enter – including York Art Gallery and
Museums and galleries across UK planning to charge entry fees amid funding cuts
Independent / Posted 12 days ago
A handful which were previously free to enter – including York Art Gallery and the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery – have already decided to introduce charges. The Museums Assocation believes that many other regional galleries are considering... Read more
13d
Londonist
Shock As Historic Pub Demolished Without PermissionA historic pub in Kilburn which survived being bombed in the second world war h
Shock As Historic Pub Demolished Without Permission
Londonist / Posted 13 days ago
A historic pub in Kilburn which survived being bombed in the second world war has been demolished by developers without permission from the council. Residents were incredulous to learn that builders turned up and knocked down the Carlton Tavern,... Read more
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express
BBC TV boss urged to quit over lobbying letter signed by his stars BBC TV boss Danny Cohen was facing calls last night for his resignation after
BBC TV boss urged to quit over lobbying letter signed by his stars
express / Posted 17 days ago
BBC TV boss Danny Cohen was facing calls last night for his resignation after claims he broke rules over a letter which backed a campaign to save the corporation from cuts. Danny... Read more
19d
holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Credit local press with stories, government tells BBCA government report into the future of the BBC has urged the corporation to giv
Credit local press with stories, government tells BBC
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 19 days ago
A government report into the future of the BBC has urged the corporation to give clearer attribution to stories sourced from local newspapers, with a local news “quota” also touted. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has published a green... Read more
19d
Mashable
BBC under the microscope as culture secretary lays out Green Paper on corporation's future What's This?Culture secretary John Whittingdale launched the Green Paper on t
BBC under the microscope as culture secretary lays out Green Paper on corporation's future
Mashable / Posted 19 days ago
What's This?Culture secretary John Whittingdale launched the Green Paper on the BBC Thursday. Image: Dave Thompson/PA Wire /Associated Press LONDON — The... Read more
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21d
Business Insider
In a huge U-turn, the UK government now says it is NOT going to try and ban encryptionThe denial comes after Prime Minister David Cameron suggested in Parliament at
In a huge U-turn, the UK government now says it is NOT going to try and ban encryption
Business Insider / Posted 21 days ago
The denial comes after Prime Minister David Cameron suggested in Parliament at the end of June that he intended to crack down on encryption technology, saying that he wanted to "ensure that terrorists do not have a safe space in which to... Read more
22d
Herts Advertiser
St Albans First World War memorials given Grade II listing Five memorials have been awarded Grade II listing as part of a centenary year
St Albans First World War memorials given Grade II listing
Herts Advertiser / Posted 22 days ago
Five memorials have been awarded Grade II listing as part of a centenary year project Five First World War wall-mounted memorial plaques have been awarded a Grade II listing as part of a... Read more
22d
Daily News
Too much time holidaying, not enough time working?Aren’t public holidays great? For most of us, it means a lovely long weekend or
Too much time holidaying, not enough time working?
Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
Aren’t public holidays great? For most of us, it means a lovely long weekend or a break in the middle of the week to spend a bit more time with family and friends, doing things we enjoy without eating into our annual leave. Today (Wednesday, July 1st... Read more
22d
Independent
Chris Evans quits, Wimbledon cut and a shrunken website – how the BBC might look in 2025 if the Tories get their wayThe shape of a stripped-to-the bone, public-service focused BBC, advocated for
Chris Evans quits, Wimbledon cut and a shrunken website – how the BBC might look in 2025 if the Tories get their way
Independent / Posted 22 days ago
The shape of a stripped-to-the bone, public-service focused BBC, advocated for so long by the corporation’s critics on the Conservative benches, is now beginning to take shape. The Green Paper, published on Thursday by the Department for Culture,... Read more
22d
TechCrunch
U.K. Gov’t To Fund IoT For Cities Project With Up To $15MThe U.K. government is parceling out some of the £40 million earmarked for Inte
U.K. Gov’t To Fund IoT For Cities Project With Up To $15M
TechCrunch / Posted 22 days ago
The U.K. government is parceling out some of the £40 million earmarked for Internet of Things research back in the March pre-election budget, announcing today a competition aimed at exploring the benefits connected devices might bring to U.K. cities... Read more
23d
express
BBC impartiality under MP scrutiny as corp told ‘scrap The Voice and licence fee’ THE contested impartiality of the BBC will be debated by MPs who may also dec
BBC impartiality under MP scrutiny as corp told ‘scrap The Voice and licence fee’
express / Posted 23 days ago
THE contested impartiality of the BBC will be debated by MPs who may also decide to scrap highly commercial programmes such as The Voice and Strictly Come Dancing in... Read more
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23d
Belfast Telegraph
'Take politics out of BBC debate' It is thought a green paper will propose that Ofcom could overtake the role o
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
It is thought a green paper will propose that Ofcom could overtake the role of the BBC Trust BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the... Read more
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23d
walesonline
Channel's continuation is 'vital' MP saysHe has also called for recognition of the value which S4C provides to broadcast
Channel's continuation is 'vital' MP says
walesonline / Posted 23 days ago
He has also called for recognition of the value which S4C provides to broadcasting. It comes as part of a campaign by the Welsh Liberal Democrats who are leading the fight to save S4C, following threats to the BBC licence fee. There has been... Read more
23d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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23d
Croydon Guardian
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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23d
Hampshire Chronicle
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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23d
This is Oxfordshire
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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23d
Lancashire Telegraph
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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23d
Northern Echo
'Take politics out of BBC debate'Writing in The Observer, Lord Hall said: "As the dust settles after a challengi
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
Northern Echo / Posted 23 days ago
Writing in The Observer, Lord Hall said: "As the dust settles after a challenging week of negotiation over funding and debate about the future of the BBC, three things are clear. "First, the BBC has negotiated a strong financial settlement from the... Read more
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23d
Shropshire Star
'Take politics out of BBC debate' « Shropshire StarHis comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an exper
'Take politics out of BBC debate' « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 23 days ago
His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and branch review of the BBC as part of the process for renewing the broadcaster's royal charter. The broadcaster has agreed to take over... Read more
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23d
West Moreland Gazette
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Take politics out of BBC debate'BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale
'Take politics out of BBC debate'
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
BBC director-general Tony Hall says in future the debate about the BBC's scale and funding "should be taken out of the political cycle". His comments come as Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed an expert panel to oversee a root and... Read more
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