The government's recent Green Paper spells our a vision of far smaller BBC. Coincidentally, this is just what Rupert Murdoch and his newspapers have campaigned for over decades.
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If you want to see how the market failure model works, look across the Atlantic at PBS and NPR and be afraid.
The future may not be as bleak as we thought.
Five new European studies say dementia occurrence is stable or falling. Our panic may have been unnecessary.
Can’t hear you.
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Government's new legislation will strike at the heart of union power.
A ragged record. UK and corruption.
David Cameron's call for an era of clean money has opened the door to a host of problems for the powerful as capitalism struggles into a new era.
We shall, we shall not be moved.
The Lords has a long history of scandal and this won't be the last.
Who has time for tea with 28 different world leaders?
For US leaders, the UK is both important and not important enough.
Watch what you say in there.
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David Cameron has attacked universities for allowing radical Islam to be spread on their campuses. But who draws the line when it comes to freedom of speech?
Cameron wants to counter radical narratives.
The British PM admitted that some Muslims don't feel they have a place in the UK.
My pay’s bigger than your pay.
Requiring companies to publish pay rates marks a tougher approach from the government - but it's still not enough.
Fly the unfriendly skies.
PM wants more unmanned intervention but he should be wary of putting all his eggs in one basket.
Building a power base. Osborne plays the game.
With this budget, George Osborne has shown he's a sophisticated political operator.
Budget day: why wait a year for the next one?
David Cameron has tried to claim the clothes of social justice for the Conservatives. It's time he took them off.
It’s all falling into place.
The government has published its plan on English Votes for English Laws – and is working out a bigger majority for itself in the process.
Any of you fine chaps fancy a job in broadcasting?
Successive governments have criticised the BBC for being too impartial or not impartial enough.
Walking a fine line.
David Cameron has opened discussions at the European Council about the changes he wants to see in the European Union ahead of a UK referendum on membership. This is an unprecedented step. It is the first…
Energy secretary Amber Rudd on the march.
With wind braced for more cutbacks, government backing of nuclear and fracking will end in tears.
The world is your oyster — you’ll need to top it up yourself.
PM tells local school the future is bright. Probably best not to focus on the past five years.
The families of three women from Bradford thought to have joined IS.
PM accuses some Muslims of 'quietly condoning' Islamic State ideology.
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A survey of party members reveals the hardest workers are also the most likely to leave.