Former Labour deputy leader Tom Watson is one of three people to have their nominations for peerages by ex-Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn blocked, it is understood.
The Government should set up a task force to support the battered music industry through the coronavirus pandemic, UK Music has said.
As with all sports, golf has been brought to a halt by the coronavirus crisis, offering the opportunity to reflect on some of the greatest performances in major championships down the years.
The music industry is facing “grave difficulties” and the Government should help it recover once the lockdown is lifted, UK Music chairman Tom Watson has said.
Labour’s former deputy leader Tom Watson has been appointed as the new chairman of UK Music, the umbrella body for the entire commercial music industry.
Paul Lawrie is aiming to join an elite group of legendary golfers to have lifted both The Open and the Senior Open.
The Government has been condemned following the BBC’s decision to means-test licence fees for the elderly.
Tom Watson has called for TV watchdog Ofcom to “practice what it preaches” and become more diverse.
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has criticised the Government’s plans to introduce a regulator that will aim to make tech companies more responsible for harmful content online, warning that it fails to address concerns about how social networks handle user data.
The decision of Global to cut many regional radio shows has been branded a “travesty” by shadow culture secretary Tom Watson.
BBC director-general Lord Tony Hall has failed to inspire confidence the corporation recognises problems over gender pay disparities, shadow culture secretary Tom Watson has said.
Embrace an android: Labour study warns UK must boost research and development spending in technology
Britain is unprepared for the technological revolution and should increase spending significantly on research and development (R&D) to keep up with advances in areas such as robotics and artificial intelligence, a Labour-commissioned report warned.