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London's historically men-only Garrick Club has voted to admit women for the first time, according to reports from UK media outlets.

 

Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer's speech to the Society of Editors 25th Anniversary Conference

 

Actor Hugh Grant has reached a settlement in his High Court lawsuit against News Group Newspapers (NGN), the publisher of The Sun, concerning allegations of unauthorized information


Britain’s financial regulatory body issued guidelines on Tuesday to combat misleading advertisements on social media, cautioning "influencers" that endorsing financial products

 

British Airways has terminated the employment of two cabin crew members after they were found to have engaged in racist behavior, mocking Asian passengers in a video circulated online.

The UK government has announced its intention to ban foreign governments from owning newspapers and news magazines in the country, citing concerns about potential takeovers by entities

 

Labour's proposal aims to enhance efforts in combating extremism by requiring police to log incidents of antisemitism that do not meet the criminal threshold. Shadow Home Secretary Yvette

 

The UK’s 34 local TV stations can stay on air beyond 2025, subject to media regulator Ofcom’s approval of the stations’ long-term plans, the government has decided following

 

Actor-turned-politician Laurence Fox has lost a High Court libel case against two individuals he labeled as paedophiles on social media. The lawsuit was filed by former Stonewall trustee

 

The United Kingdom has launched a fresh investigation into the proposed acquisition of the influential Telegraph newspaper by Abu Dhabi-backed RedBird IMI. This marks the second