Premier League chief executive Richard Masters faced questions from MPs on the delays surrounding the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle and admitted: “Sometimes things get complicated.”
Internet platforms could face fines and “sanctions for directors” if Ofcom is appointed the online regulator, its chief executive has told MPs.
Easier access to water and sewer networks could be enforced to help the rollout of gigabit broadband, under new Government plans.
NHS medical staff have revealed how coronavirus misinformation is having a direct impact on their work and called on tech giants to do more to tackle the issue.
The National Theatre’s decision to cut up to 30% of its staff is “premature”, trade union Bectu has said.
Facebook, Google and Twitter face a fresh grilling by MPs after their latest evidence was lambasted for not providing “adequate answers”.
Plans to resume football progressed on Thursday with the Government “opening the door” for a June resumption, according to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden.
Plans to resume football progressed on Thursday, according to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden.
An MP has called for a parliamentary evidence session into the theft of sports rights by a pirate network with alleged links to Saudi Arabia, at a time when the country’s sovereign wealth fund is seeking to buy Premier League side Newcastle.
Administrators from across sport have laid out the devastating financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic to a group of MPs.
The 2020-21 English Football League season may not start until crowds are allowed back into matches as its chairman Rick Parry said the desire to finish the current season was more to do with sporting integrity than a financial imperative.
Sports bosses have outlined the potential for huge financial losses due to the coronavirus pandemic in evidence given to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee on Tuesday.
English Football League chairman Rick Parry has warned his clubs face a £200m financial hole by September.
MPs have accused tech giants Facebook, Google and Twitter of being “unable to answer basic questions” about disinformation during appearances before a select committee.
Gary Neville has stressed football would not return for months were it not for the huge economic impact of coronavirus.
Rio Ferdinand says the football world must respect any Government decision regarding the restart of the professional game amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Yellow cards should be handed out to players who spit on the field when football resumes, a FIFA council member has said.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden says talks are ongoing to get the Premier League “up and running as soon as possible” as top-flight players begin to return to training grounds.
Talks are ongoing to get the Premier League up and running as soon as possible, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has said.
The Cabinet Office is rebutting around 70 false narratives about coronavirus every week, the Culture Secretary has said.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden admitted it “wouldn’t send the best signal” if Premier League games were only available via subscription should the competition be able to resume behind closed doors.
Senior BBC executives have been called to Parliament to answer questions about proposed cuts at the corporation, as well as planned changes to the licence fee.
The enforcement powers of the new internet watchdog must be “proportionate” to the level of harm caused, digital minister Matt Warman has said.
The Government is to appoint broadcasting regulator Ofcom as a new internet watchdog, with the ability to fine social media companies that do not protect users from harmful content.
Botanical drawings are at risk of leaving the UK unless a buyer can be found to pay £2.5 million.
A painting by Thomas Gainsborough is at risk of leaving the UK unless a buyer is found for the £8 million work.
PayPal has defended its platform amid concerns of anonymous foreign donors using the service to donate to political parties in the UK.
Facebook has denied its executives gave contradictory evidence to a parliamentary committee that was investigating the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
Millions of people are at risk of mobile signal blackouts because their area is not adequately served by full 4G coverage, Which? has reported.
Facebook has been asked to clarify evidence given to a parliamentary select committee around the Cambridge Analytica scandal, after legal documents in the US contradicted the firm’s account of events.