Channel 4 boss in discussion with Government after doubt cast over privatisation
Alex Mahon spoke at the RTS London Convention.
What could the location be of King Charle III's coronation?
The coronation is likely still some time away.
Curbs on ‘harmful’ social media content to be dropped from Online Safety Bill
Ministers are preparing to scrap controversial plans that would force social media firms to take down “legal but harmful” content on their platforms.In its curr
Queen’s funeral watched on TV by 26 million viewers
More than 26 million people watched the Queen’s funeral service at Westminster Abbey, the first British viewing figures show.At least 95 per cent of the availab
William and Kate thank funeral volunteers in Windsor
The Prince and Princess of Wales make their first public appearance since the Queen's funeral.
About 250,000 people queued to see Queen’s coffin in London, says minister
Culture secretary gives estimate of number who waited to pay respects to late monarch in person
Spending more on military aid to Ukraine will cut energy bills, minister says
The prime minister has pledged to match this year's aid next year and is now in New York where she hopes other world leaders join her fight to support Ukraine
Mourners face up to 35-hour wait to see Queen lying in state in London
Up to 1million people are expected to travel to the capital hoping to see the Queen lying in state.
Bank of England will probably need to raise rates again, says deputy governor
Central bank must tackle inflation pressures that are gaining foothold in UK economy, says Dave Ramsden
The best celebrity reactions to Boris Johnson’s resignation and speech
Frankie Boyle, Nish Kumar, Beverley Knight and Piers Morgan among those to react to the news
Boris Johnson's stand-in Tory ministers could pocket £230k in golden goodbyes
The Mirror has calculated that 47 MPs brought into Government since last week could pocket a combined £237,252 in severance payments if Mr Johnson or his successor dispenses with their services - even if they're only in office for a few weeks
Donelan resigns as education secretary less than 48 hours into the job
Latest resignation comes as new chancellor urges PM to ‘do the right thing and go now’
Who is Michelle Donelan and what is the new education secretary facing?
The new education secretary will have to take on rising costs for schools, and Covid catch-up pressures.
Universities tackle grade inflation by cutting firsts
Universities in England will give out fewer firsts and 2:1s in the first commitment to reverse the grade inflation that set in during the pandemic.Universities
Zahawi vows to honour pledge on teachers’ pay
The former education secretary was appointed Chancellor in a reshuffle forced on Boris Johnson by a raft of resignations.
English universities will have to declare overseas funding
The government's plan comes in a proposed amendment to the Freedom of Speech Bill.
Student loan interest rate to be capped at 7.3% in autumn, says DfE
Ministers intervene to stop interest rate in England and Wales reaching 12% with inflation by September
Telling working class people to aim lower? What a giant misstep
Clearly, there’s nothing like an ‘aim lower’ message to inspire an assembly hall into reaching their goals.
Emma Raducanu should embrace Wimbledon attention – Cameron Norrie
The 19-year-old reached the fourth round of last year’s tournament
Eight universities to be inspected over dropout rates and online learning
The majority of the business courses inspected have dropout rates of 40%.
Universities told to draw up anti-spiking strategies by end of year
‘Perpetrators are becoming more brazen,’ higher education minister says
Anti-Israel commencement speaker sparks fresh antisemitism debate at CUNY
Some CUNY students and faculty have said they've felt 'unsafe' after Nerdeen Kiswani gave speech at CUNY School of Law graduation ceremony
Universities oppose plan for student cap and loans in England
Restricting access to loans limits on ‘low value’ courses would hit disadvantaged groups, say leaders
Voters head to the polls across the UK to elect new local leaders
Thousands of council seats are up for grabs across England, Wales and Scotland while Northern Ireland will elect Assembly members.
Cleaning up a Commons culture that’s rotten to the core | Letters
Letters: Gillian Gehring, Linda Rhead, Jennifer Rees, Calix Eden, Tony Green and Pauline Watson on the challenges of tackling the sexist and bullying behaviour that’s rife in parliament