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Ofcom demands changes to BBC broadcasting output

17 hours ago

Oliver Haill

(ShareCast News) - Ofcom, which on Monday will become the first independent regulator of the BBC, has proposed a wide-ranging set of new rules for the public broadcaster, including imposing minimum quotas on television and radio output of news, arts and sports and greater spending on original programming.

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Ofcom demands changes to BBC broadcasting output

Oliver Haill

(ShareCast News) - Ofcom, which on Monday will become the first independent regulator of the BBC, has proposed a wide-ranging set of new rules for the public broadcaster, including imposing minimum quotas on television and radio output of news, arts and sports and greater spending on original programming. 17 hours ago

Brexit roundup: UK fires starting gun as May outlines aims for talks

Frank Prenesti

(ShareCast News) - Britain formally fired the starting gun on Brexit as European Council President Donald Tusk confirmed he had received formal notice of the UK's intention to leave the European Union. 16 hours ago

UK mortgage approvals dip in February

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - UK mortgage approvals unexpectedly declined in February, according to figures released by the Bank of England. 20 hours ago

Scottish Parliament expected to back indyref2

Maryam Cockar

(ShareCast News) - The Scottish Parliament is expected to back the Scottish Nationalist Party's motion to hold a second independence referendum within two years. 2 days ago

Food industry calls on government to secure FTA before leaving EU

Maryam Cockar

(ShareCast News) - Ahead of Prime Minister Theresa May triggering formal divorce proceedings with the European Union on Wednesday, industry bodies from the food sector have called on the government to secure a trade deal before the country leaves the bloc. 3 days ago

Opec, non-Opec states defer extension on cuts; Oil price slides

Frank Prenesti

(ShareCast News) - Opec and non-Opec oil producers agreed to review whether a deal to throttle supply should be given a six month extension. 3 days ago

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