Britain will need to curb public spending further or raise taxes if leaving the EU does long-term damage to economic growth, underscoring the importance of the country striking new trade deals, the UK government’s budget watchdog has said.
COMPLAINTS against Newstalk for sending a reporter to a psychiatric day hospital with knives in her bag and against Today FM for broadcasting a pop song called F**k You, have been upheld by the Broadcasting Complaints Commission (BCC).
I REFER to an article published in the Irish Examiner on August 27 concerning a decision by the Broadcasting Complaints Commission (BCC) with regard to the Neil Prendeville programme on Cork’s 96FM. Your coverage was inaccurate and I feel it needs to be clarified.
YOUR report headlined ‘Ahern fair game, but not Travellers, according to BCC’ (July 3) seems to suggest that a fine line was walked by producers of RTÉ’s Once A Week Show when determining whether or not “tinker” and “knick-knack” are reasonable terms to be broadcast on TV programmes aimed at children.