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Labour will re-introduce standing at top-flight football matches for the first time since Hillsborough next year if it wins an election.
MPs have said ministers and BBC bosses must reach a deal to restore free TV licences for over-75s as they criticised “flawed” talks that led to a major funding row.
Our country is changing, and facing up to a new rise of racism. All our institutions need to be fit for this challenge, writes Seema Malhotra
We will continue to champion our world-leading creative, cultural, sporting and tech sectors, says Nicky Morgan MP
London remains a beacon of multicultural diversity where difference is not simply “tolerated”, but celebrated as a positive force for good. We should continue, "opening up London", and make sure we retain the cultural diversity, peace and prosperity that make the city great, writes Rupa Huq MP.
Boris Johnson has reignited a government row with the BBC by insisting that it must “cough up” to continue funding free TV licences for all over-75s.
Ministers have been criticised after admitting that 16-year-olds could still be able to gamble on some National Lottery games.
Ministers have been urged to introduce legislation to tackle online interference in elections within the next six months following a "disappointing" response to MPs' recommendations.
The BBC is not the DWP. If Governments want to end or curtail a benefit they should have the guts to do so and take the political flak, writes Lord Foulkes
The BBC has made efficiencies where it can – now it is for government to decide whether to fund free TV licences for the over-75s. Clare Sumner, Director of BBC Policy, responds to Peter Heaton-Jones
The BBC receives over £5bn in income. It must learn to manage its money and reverse the disgraceful scrapping of free TV licences for the over-75s, writes Peter Heaton-Jones
The instant fame offered by reality TV often has tragic consequences. We must challenge government policies that have created a society where vulnerable people are targets for abuse, says Hannah Bardell
As West End ticket prices rocket, it’s time to make a song and dance about the importance of ensuring theatre productions are accessible to all, says Lord Foster
Over the past three years, the BBC has faced accusations of bias from all sides of the Brexit and political debate. Does this mean the corporation is doing something right? Or is bashing the Beeb simply more politically useful now? Sebastian Whale investigates
Former Culture Secretary John Whittingdale MP who chairs the All Party Parliamentary Writers’ Group investigates a reduction in authors' earnings and how best to ensure a vibrant book trade, online and in print.
Dods Events' Alex Hancock reports on the recent Commons and Lords Rugby Union FC (CLRUFC) charity fixture, which was this year raised £10,000 divided between two charities: the Injured Players Foundation & Try for Change.
Labour MP Carolyn Harris asks questions about executive pay in the bookmaking sector and greater regulation for online gambling, following her successful campaigning on fixed odds betting terminals.
MPs have launched a probe into the impact of reality TV following the death of a man who appeared on the Jeremy Kyle Show.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling's Matt Zarb-Cousin reflects on the successful campaign to reduce Fixed Odds Betting Terminal (FOBT) stake levels to £2 per spin and sets out how the campaign to reduce gambling related harm will continue going forward.
State-owned Russian television channel RT is a "weapon of disinformation", Jeremy Hunt will declare today.
Conservative MP Richard Graham writes "Parliament and government should take the first step of a new gambling levy to speed up work on both prevention and cure".
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes to criticise a report paid for by the bookmaking companies, who are likely to be most affected by changes to fixed odds betting terminal (FOBT) stake levels.
Coca-Cola European Partners has revealed the dates and locations for the Official Coca-Cola Premier League Trophy Tour, which will give fans the opportunity to have their photograph taken with the Premier League trophy and enjoy some unique football experiences.
MPs have torn into the BBC for the "failures" behind a multimillion pound overspend and near-five year delay in building its new EastEnders studio.