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BASC chief executive presents new award to Gleneagles coaches

BASC chief executive Ian Bell has presented awards to coaches at the Gleneagles Shooting and Fishing School after the association partnered with the prestigious Gleneagles Hotel. BASC was appointed to deliver a top tier and in-depth Shotgun Coaching Award programme to all full-time coaches at the school. The award programme is a cornerstone of BASC’s commitment… Read more »

Wales Humanists launches report on 100 years of disestablishment
Rally outside Parliament as MPs to debate assisted dying

Humanists UK and My Death, My Decision (MDMD) will be holding a rally on Parliament Square on 29 April at 15:30 to show their support for assisted dying legislation for the terminally ill and the incurably suffering. On Monday the House of Commons will be holding a Westminster Hall debate on assisted dying after an… Read more »

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BBC will have to open its books to the National Audit Office
Auditors to gain access to BBC books

By staff The National Audit Office (NAO) is to gain full access to the accounts of the BBC for the first time, it emerged today. Following weeks of negotiations between the department for culture, media and sport and the BBC authorities, it will be announced at the Lib Dem conference today that the NAO… Read more »

The BBC is keen to show it can keep down costs
BBC freezes licence fee for two years

By staff The BBC has offered to freeze the licence fee for the next two years. The government is expected to approve the move, which will see a £144 million drop in the corporation’s budget, later today. The move will be seen as an early attempt by the BBC to prove to government it… Read more »