BBC will spend £100m over three years to ensure 20% of its off-screen workforce is from minority or under-privileged groups and create 'inclusive' content
The BBC has announced that it will spend £100 million of its TV budget to increase diversity and produce inclusive content over the next three years.
It has vowed that 20 per cent of all its off-screen talent for its new commissions will come from under-represented groups.
Orban Shocked by Disorder in Multicultural West: ‘Statues are Being Toppled, Gang Wars Fought In Streets’
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán says he does not know if he should “laugh or cry” when his national conservative government is attacked by liberals from multicultural countries where “statues are being toppled” and there are “gang wars” in the streets.
The BBC pretends to walk a tightrope of impartiality during the Brexit process, but one Tory MP claimed the broadcaster is "full of Remainers" and accused it of "trying to scare people" during trade talks.
Sixteen films including Aliens, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Flash Gordon, The Jungle Book, and Lawrence of Arabia have been given trigger warnings for their “outdated attitudes” by Comcast-owned Sky in the UK.
Hopes for British birds of prey rose this week after moorland estates across the North of England reported an encouraging number of hen harrier nests on their land.
England rugby fans could be BANNED from singing the iconic 'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot' song because it originated among slaves in America 150 years ago
England rugby fans could soon be banned from singing Swing Low, Sweet Chariot at matches because of the song's ties with slavery, it has emerged.
The Premier League resumed on Wednesday after a three-month hiatus, with Aston Villa and Sheffield United players taking a knee to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Mindless vandals have sprayed a First World War memorial with a 'crude phallic symbol,' in Witham, Essex.
Demonstrators who desecrate war memorials could face prison sentences of up to ten years, under plans being considered by ministers after the Cenotaph and a statue of Winston Churchill were boarded up to protect them from violent protests.