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TV boss says allegations of toxicity at This Morning deeply disappoints me

ITV boss Dame Carolyn McCall said the broadcaster does not recognise allegations of a toxic culture at This Morning, saying “it deeply disappoints me”. The chief executive faced questions from MPs alongside ITV managing director Kevin Lygo and general counsel and company secretary Kyla Mullins about former host Phillip Schofield’s exit during Wednesday morning’s Culture, …

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Jude Bellingham becomes the seventh British man to sign for Real Madrid

Jude Bellingham has joined a select group of British players in signing for Real Madrid. The 19-year-old England international has agreed a six-year deal to move to the Bernabeu from Borussia Dortmund. Here, the PA news agency takes a look at the male players from these shores to have played for the Spanish giants. Laurie …

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More young people are using TikTok to access news research finds

More young people are accessing news via TikTok with users tending to pay more attention to celebrities and social media influencers than to journalists or media companies for news, a report has found. The Chinese-owned app is the “fastest growing social network” in the Reuters Institute Digital News Report’s survey – used by 44% of …

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Call for 20mph limit on all roads near schools so children can travel safely

Speed limits of 20mph should be imposed on all roads near schools to reduce the number of child crash deaths, according to a charity. Brake, which campaigns to boost road safety, said cutting speed limits “saves lives”. Department for Transport figures show 2,456 children aged under 16 were killed or seriously injured on Britain’s roads …

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More work needed to understand risks that AI could pose Education Secretary

More work is needed to understand the risks that artificial intelligence could pose to schools, colleges and universities, the Education Secretary will say. Gillian Keegan will call on education leaders and technology experts to come forward with ideas on how generative artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to best support the education sector in the future. In a speech at the …

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