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British Queen celebrates



King Charles of Britain will be featured on the cover of the Big Issue, a magazine sold by homeless and vulnerable individuals, as he commemorates his 75th birthday, shedding light on the


Prince Harry has achieved a legal victory in his privacy claims against Associated Newspapers as a judge's ruling allows the case to proceed to trial. The publishers of the Daily Mail and Mail on


UK's Daily Mirror owner, Reach plc, is set to cut approximately 450 more jobs, equivalent to about 10% of its workforce, in an effort to counter anticipated "inflationary pressures" expected in


Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer’s remarks at a reception at No. 10 Downing Street to celebrate Journalism Matters Week.

Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will work for GB News, a television channel, starting next year. Johnson will serve as a


Telegraph Media Group and Spectator Magazine have officially initiated the sale process for their respective businesses.


In an insightful video shared on his TikTok account, travel blogger @Ralph_Travels has divulged a clever way to save money when flying to South East Asia from London.

Chief Rabbi Sir Ephraim Mirvis has criticized media outlets for failing to label Hamas as "terrorists" and instead using terms like "militants" and "fighters" for those attacking Israel. He expressed

Nicholas Witchell, a familiar face on BBC News for nearly half a century, has announced his retirement, leaving fans to reflect on the end of an era. The BBC News Press Team took to their



Police in Delhi have conducted raids on the residences of several well-known journalists and authors as part of an investigation into the funding of the news website NewsClick.