The so-called Paradise Papers have again torn wide the schism between society’s haves and have-nots.
The legality and ethics of such tax affairs are this week’s political football: a few red.. City A.M.
The broadcast regulator is due to report back on 21st Century Fox’s takeover of Sky this week, with the deal looking more vulnerable after the General Election.
Ofcom has been investigating.. City A.M.
The Conservative party today provided two bonuses to the newspaper publishing industry and pledged to relocate Channel 4 from London.
The party’s General Election manifesto said there would be no.. City A.M.
The deputy leader of the Labour party has warned the UK faces a "Margaret Thatcher-style" landslide for the Tories if the opposition fails to catch up in the polls ahead of the 8 June vote.
Tom.. City A.M.
Reports showing that advertisers have been unwittingly funding illegal terror groups through an indiscriminate distribution of their online ads confirms something that many already suspected.
The.. City A.M.
After the closure of the Independent, the failed launch of Trinity Mirror’s New Day newspaper and plummeting revenues across the industry, 2016 will likely be remembered as a messy year for the print.. City A.M.
THE freedom of the press is under threat, and it puts the very future of newspapers at risk. Post editor JONATHAN ROBERTS explains why that should matter to everyone in South Wales, and why we need.. Carmarthen Journal Also reported by •Llanelli Star •South Wales Evening Post
The Government has launched a consultation on two issues - the future of press regulation, and the potential need to commence part two of the Leveson inquiry, which would look at the relationship of.. PRWeek