If those striking drivers and guards don’t want to sign new contracts, that is their decision, and if they don’t, they must be shown the door.
Staff should be allowed to vape at their desks.
The media landscape is evolving very quickly, and the Government has done the Corporation no favours by shielding it from the need to adapt.
If I didn’t work full-time in politics, I wouldn’t know that this Police Commissioner poll is taking place.
Here are The Freedom Association’s recommendations to John Whittingdale to secure the future of the Corporation.
Lord Nash is wrong to endorse a policy which undermines parental authority to expand state power, and should look to Scotland to see why.
We need a five year Royal Charter renewal only – plus a move to subscription and a core of public service broadcasting funded from taxation.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee is right that the current system is broken. But their proposals would not fix it.
While refusing to debate the licence fee with critics, the BBC seems happy to make swanky promotional productions to advertise itself.
A narrow No vote would not be in the best interests of any part of the UK.
The Director General’s latest defence of the TV tax doesn’t hold water.
We all have the power to scrutinise what happens in our town halls.
Important legislation affecting national security and our privacy was driven through Parliament with barely a mention in the mainstream media.
There is far more plastic in a takeaway spoon or cup. Are we going to start taxing them next? How about other single use items?
As Andrew Tyrie said: “We must be vigilant to ensure we don’t lose the essential balance between the powers that HMRC needs and protecting individuals.