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Scandal Again Hovers Over Murdoch’s Pursuit of Sky as U.K. Delays Review

Scandal Again Hovers Over Murdoch’s Pursuit of Sky as U.K. Delays Review

The London headquarters of the satellite broadcaster Sky. On Friday, Britain postponed its regulatory review of 21st Century Fox’s proposal to take full control of the company until after the
BT deserves credit – clawing back boss's bonus is common sense | Nils Pratley

BT deserves credit – clawing back boss's bonus is common sense | Nils Pratley

It would have been outrageous for Gavin Patterson to get rewarded after BT’s Italian scandal and a big fine for overcharging Credit where it’s due. After the accounting catastrophe in Italy and a big

Fox News impartiality breaches could threaten Sky merger

As Fox waits to find out whether it will be allowed to complete its merger with broadcasting giant Sky, UK media regulator Ofcom today delivered a fresh blow to proceedings. The watchdog confirmed
Broadband and landline users to get automatic compensation for poor service

Broadband and landline users to get automatic compensation for poor service

Ofcom says new scheme could result in customers receiving a total of £142m a year in payoutsBroadband and landline customers who suffer poor service will receive a share of more than £140m a year from

UK ISPs will automatically compensate customers for shoddy service

A poor level of customer service shown by your broadband or landline provider is like a late train. You know you could probably argue your way into some nominal refund, but it just seems more trouble
'Be ashamed, Alex': Salmond courts controversy with RT

'Be ashamed, Alex': Salmond courts controversy with RT

Former Scottish first minister’s chat show has launched at a time when suspicion of the Kremlin-backed channel is at a peakGuests from the worlds of politics and the media gathered at the top of

Vodafone customers given second chance to ditch contracts scot-free

Some Vodafone customers are being given a second chance to ditch their mobile contracts without incurring any nasty early exit penalties, after the provider changed the way roaming fees work earlier

Ofcom pressured to fix lingering mobile not-spots

Last week, Ofcom published its annual assessment of UK mobile and broadband coverage. It was generally positive: so-called "superfast" internet (classified as 30Mbit/s download speeds or higher) is
Ofcom investigates Alex Salmond's TV show on Kremlin-backed network

Ofcom investigates Alex Salmond's TV show on Kremlin-backed network

The Alex Salmond Show began airing last month on the RT channel, previously known as Russia Today The broadcasting watchdog Ofcom is investigating Alex Salmond’s new television programme on the
Switch your  UK mobile network with a text message from 2019

Switch your UK mobile network with a text message from 2019

New Ofcom rules also mean customers will not have to pay for their old and new services at the same timeConsumers will be able to switch mobile phone providers by sending a text message under reforms

Switching mobile operators could soon begin with a text

Ofcom has introduced new rules that should make it easier to switch mobile networks in the UK. At the moment, cancelling a contract and setting up a new one is complicated and time consuming,
Want to switch your provider? Soon you’ll be able to do it with a single text in the UK

Want to switch your provider? Soon you’ll be able to do it with a single text in the UK

Ofcom is ending customer headaches with a quick and simple way to switch mobile providers called "auto-switch".

Three and EE lose High Court fight over 5G spectrum auction

Ofcom has fended off two legal challenges that threatened to delay the UK's next mobile spectrum auction. Three and BT-owned EE had filed separate complaints over a proposed bidding war that was
British Regulator Faces Court Review Over Fox-Sky Decision

British Regulator Faces Court Review Over Fox-Sky Decision

British media regulator Ofcom will have to defend its conclusion that 21st Century Fox would be a “fit and proper” owner of pan-European satcaster Sky in court. A British high court judge has approved
‘Bury the Filthy Disbeliever’: UK Islamic Radio Fined for Hate Speech

‘Bury the Filthy Disbeliever’: UK Islamic Radio Fined for Hate Speech

A Muslim radio station that broadcast a chant glorifying their “warlike” prophet Muhammad, and encouraged the beheading of “lowlifes” and murder of “filthy” non-Muslims, has been fined £2,000 by the

UK to let Brits tear up broadband contracts over slow speeds

There are so many factors that can affect home broadband speeds, the "up to" figures providers like to throw around are tantamount to guesswork. UK telecoms regulator Ofcom isn't a great fan of
Russian broadcaster RT could be forced off UK airwaves

Russian broadcaster RT could be forced off UK airwaves

Kremlin-controlled channel could lose licence if Sergei Skripal poisoning is found to be ‘unlawful use of force’ by Russia, Ofcom saysRT, the Kremlin-controlled news channel, faces being forced off
Ofcom considers stripping Russia Today of its licence over spy poisoning

Ofcom considers stripping Russia Today of its licence over spy poisoning

The regulator has written to the Kremlin-backed broadcaster to warn it could find itself under review.
TalkTalk and Vodafone dishing up 'worst UK customer service'

TalkTalk and Vodafone dishing up 'worst UK customer service'

Ofcom finds broadband users with TalkTalk and Vodafone mobile customers got worst treatment among providersTalkTalk and Vodafone have been named as the UK’s worst broadband and mobile providers
Russian broadcaster RT faces three new Ofcom investigations

Russian broadcaster RT faces three new Ofcom investigations

Latest alleged broadcasting code breaches mean channel has 11 cases pending against itOfcom has opened three new investigations into the Kremlin-backed news channel RT for potential breaches of the