A probe into Facebook’s digital currency plans is being considered by MPs, it has been reported.
Prime Minister Theresa May is “very disappointed” with the decision not to continue with free TV licences for the over-75s and has urged the BBC to look again, Downing Street said.
The Government has been condemned following the BBC’s decision to means-test licence fees for the elderly.
Jeremy Kyle has been asked to appear before MPs investigating reality TV.
Jeremy Kyle has said he is “utterly devastated” at the cancellation of his TV show following the death of a guest.
ITV has said “now is the right time” for The Jeremy Kyle Show to end as it was permanently axed following the death of a guest.
MPs have issued a warning to the public against using secondary ticketing website Viagogo until it “fully complies with consumer law”, a report has said.
Concerns have been raised by MPs about “continued discrimination” against grime and urban artists in a new report looking into the UK live music industry.
Media watchdog MP Damian Collins has called for emergency legislation to stop democratic elections being corrupted by misinformation.
MP Damian Collins has said the BBC must abide by the law or risk a backlash from employees and Parliament over pay equality.
The chairman of the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Select Committee has warned people against buying tickets online from secondary ticketing platform Viagogo as it is “not a reputable company”.
The chair of the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS) select committee has criticised secondary ticketing platform Viagogo for not attending an inquiry into live music and the firm’s conduct.
A House of Commons committee has repeated its call for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions in its inquiry on “fake news”, after branding written evidence from the company disappointing.
Members of the public have one day left to have their say on proposals which could see newspapers forced to pay their opponents' legal costs even if they win in court - a move some fear will threaten the future of investigative journalism.