Laptops all round for St Vincent and the Grenadines

One-Minute Read Wed 9 Apr, AT 12:10

Dennis Publishing has brokered a deal giving school children in the Caribbean island nation a laptop each

game of thrones

Game of Thrones simulcast: US-UK time lag hits zero

Fri 28 Mar, AT 09:40 Holden Frith

But why, in the age of video-on-demand, do Brits need to be up at 2am to enjoy the thrill?

TV licence: MPs should 'tread cautiously' over BBC's future

Talking Point Tue 25 Mar, AT 15:15

High-quality radio could 'shrivel' if TV licence fee evasion is decriminalised, warn commentators

Andy Coulson

Andy Coulson 'knew about project' to hack phones

One-Minute Read Thu 20 Mar, AT 15:32

Court hears former News of the World editor Andy Coulson knew of payments to phone-hacker Glenn Mulcaire


Google gives UK special power to police YouTube videos

One-Minute Read Thu 13 Mar, AT 13:05

Home Office officials granted special 'super flagger' status to help block extremist content on video sharing site

W1A: Twenty Twelve sequel 'goes for the jugular' at BBC

One-Minute Read Thu 13 Mar, AT 09:41

Hugh Bonneville returns for spoof: has BBC shot itself in the foot or is self-parody a clever move?

BBC denies it considered scrapping licence fee

One-Minute Read Sun 9 Mar, AT 09:08

Corporation’s own review panel reportedly said compulsory charge should be scrapped in 2020

Will Scotland's tabloids dare to back independence campaign?

Thu 6 Mar, AT 10:01 The Conversation

The Record and the Sun both have the power to influence the referendum, says Julian Calvert

Lord Justice Leveson leaves the stage after delivering his report

Leveson accused of police corruption cover-up

One-Minute Read Sun 2 Mar, AT 08:17

Former intelligence officer accuses judge of ignoring corruption among senior police officers

Cow sex, One Direction bomber and the world's oldest cheese

Guilty read Thu 27 Feb, AT 15:41

It must be true, I read it in the tabloids – our round-up of tales from the farther reaches of the news agenda