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Competition crisis at the BBC

When it rains it pours, especially for the BBC. In the same week which ushered in an apology to the reigning Monarch, competitions have been suspended across the board as more stories of rigged phone-ins have come to light. The details don’t make good reading as its clear that some of the BBC’s biggest programmes […]

ITV admission over ‘faked’ death

Forget the competitions, the latest TV blunder is literally a matter of life and death. An ITV documentary initially claimed that it ended by showing the death of an Alzheimer sufferer, who in fact, went on to die three days later. The programmes creator, Paul Watson told BBC News: “My crime is that I did […]

Login to shape Conservative policy…

At a time when the UK Conservative party continues to face a policy identity crisis, they are using the web forums to fight back. The Tories have already been quick to jump on the technology bandwagon with ‘webcameron‘ and a dedicated YouTube channel however this new initiative promises to offer something quite different. Visitors to […]