Ministers and judges will never succeed in taming the "immensely powerful" internet, the chair of the Commons' culture, media and sport committee has told Politics.co.uk.
Philip Hammond renewed his opposition to the coalition's gay marriage plans last night, as the coalition contemplates expanding civil partnerships to heterosexual couples.
Broadcasting chiefs face a dressing-down from Harriet Harman in the Commons later, after it emerged just 18% of television presenters over the age of 50 are women.
Ed Miliband faced a barrage of online mockery this morning after his tweet memorialising Sir Alex Ferguson suggested the outgoing Manchester United manager had died.
Ed Balls looked set to avoid Twitter's celebration of Ed Balls day today, when he told his followers on social media he was going for a walk.
The newspaper industry looked to be on a collision course with parliament today after it dramatically announced it would reject the Royal Charter agreed by party leaders.
Liverpool was under pressure to drop its most celebrated striker today, after Downing Street waded into the row over his behaviour during a 2-2 draw against Chelsea.
Britain has narrowly avoided a ruling which could have fundamentally transformed UK political culture, after judges in Strasbourg rejected a challenge to Britain's blanket ban on political advertising.
Political shenanigans in Westminster should come as no surprise given the extent of the cheating problem emerging from Britain's playing fields, it has emerged.
Liverpool fans firmly rejected calls for a minute's silence to mark Margaret Thatcher's death by celebrating the prime minister's passing in the stands this weekend.
The BBC has raised eyebrows by refusing to play the anti-Thatcher track Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead track on its charts show later.
The BBC is planning on censoring the song Ding-Dong the Witch is Dead whatever position it reaches in the singles charts this weekend.
Lovers of political drama were enjoying all their Christmases at once today, after it emerged the creators of House of Cards and Borgen were teaming up on a major new project.
Jeremy Irons seemed to break the usual stereotype of Hollywood liberals yesterday with an interview in which he worried that allow gay marriage might allow fathers to marry their sons.
A report detailing the level of homophobic abuse directed at Brighton and Hove football fans has been handed to the FA, in a bid to tackle often-neglected concerns around anti-gay behaviour in the stands.
The new manager of Sunderland has finally denied being a fascist, as the club tries to limit the political damage from his appointment.
Paolo Di Canio walked out of his first press conference as manager of Sunderland today, after journalists repeatedly pressed him on his commitment to fascism.
David Miliband has resigned from the board of Sunderland Athletic Football Club after it appointed self-confessed "fascist" Paolo Di Canio as their new head coach.
The Daily Mail faced a protest by transgender activists yesterday, as pressure built on the newspaper to dump one of its most popular columnists over the death of Lucy Meadows.
I sense a disturbance in the Force. Jedi groups have struck back against a Scottish church who called the idea of a legally accepted Jedi wedding "completely nonsensical".
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