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  • Cam leads tributes to Attenborough

    David Cameron has paid tribute to the British actor and director Richard Attenborough, who died yesterday, five days before his 91st birthday.  The Prime Minister tweeted: “His acting in "Brighton Rock" was brilliant, his directing of "Gandhi" was "stunning - Richard Attenborough was one of the greats of cinema.” The ...

Communications

Police Fed of England and Wales: Comment on investigation into social media use

  Police Federation of England and Wales press release Steve White, chairman, Police Federation of England and Wales says; “Social media is an incredibly us...

Gambling

DCMS Minister denies a U-turn on gambling bill

  Helen Grant has dismissed as “nonsense” accusations that the government has made a U-turn on gambling legislation. The government yesterday unveiled proposal...

Licensing

Sarah Champion: Time for Shaun Wright to resign

Sarah Champion added her voice to calls for South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright to step down over the child sex abuse scandal in Rotherham. ...

Media/Phone hacking

Melvyn Bragg: Richard Attenborough was an extraordinary man

Melvyn Bragg expressed his sadness at the death of Richard Attenborough and described him as an “extraordinary man”.  “What a life, I think that’s the first thing...

Olympics

David Cameron: MH17 repatriation has been frustrating

David Cameron branded as "frustrating" the process of repatriating the victims of flight MH17. "I can't give an exact time for that but what I can say is that pro...

Sport

John Leech: Most clubs want standing areas

John Leech has said that "most clubs" want the option of having standing areas at football grounds. "We’re not saying clubs should be compelled to have standing a...

The Arts

UKTI: UK music exports hit a high note with government support

UKTI press release British music companies behind some of the UK’s most hotly-tipped artists are to receive Government funding to support the promotion of the nat...

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