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UK Media Moves including City A.M., The Sun, Money Saving Expert and more

Subscribe Now to get the UK Media Moves every Tuesday and Thursday. Straight to your inbox - including the latest Media Awards and Events!. The print edition of City A.M. is once again available in London. The free paper, last available on 20 March 2020, has returned to streets, offices and public transport.
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Prince Harry's Nanny Scandal Fully Explained

Maybe revenge really is a dish best served cold... Prince William and Prince Harry's childhood nanny, Tiggy Pettifer (known as Tiggy Legge-Bourke at the time of the debacle) has finally been offered a whopping six-figure settlement from the BBC for former BBC journalist Martin Bashir's part in perpetuating a rumor that she and Prince Charles were romantically involved during a 1995 interview with Princess Diana.
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Designer Harris Reed And Stylist Harry Lambert On Becoming Two Of British Fashion's Most Thrilling New Voices

One has had a meteoric rise that has seen his boldly gender-defying work adorn the world’s most influential A-listers. The other is one of the leading stylists in fashion (and Hollywood) right now. In an exclusive preview of a look from his debut London Fashion Week collection, Harris Reed talks to friend and collaborator Harry Lambert about their path to becoming two of British fashion’s most thrilling new voices.

The Tragic Real-Life Story Of Isabella Blow

The full extent of Isabella Blow's tragic story came to light only after she died, with various people in the fashion industry celebrating her contribution and legacy. They've praised her for her exquisite taste, wild ideas, and her outfits, which became an artistic expression itself. The fashion editorials she oversaw...
BEAUTY & FASHION
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News UK launches new channel in early 2022

British group UK news, the origins of the conglomerate News CorpAnnouncing the launch of a new channel, talkTV, early next year. The channel will be broadcast live and widely available on all platforms, including Line TV and OTT platforms, and its content will also be widely available on social media, as well as on News UK’s massive inventory of websites and apps. So anyone based in the UK will be able to access the channel, live or on demand, on their TV or any personal device.
ECONOMY
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bitchy | Prince Charles met with his fundraiser ‘fixer’ nine times in cash-for-access scandal

Over the weekend, there was a big headline about Prince Charles. The headline was about Charles and his father’s last conversation. Charles called Prince Philip on April 8th, while Philip was being cared for at Windsor Castle (and Charles couldn’t visit his father in person). Charles broached the subject of Philip’s upcoming 100th birthday, only Philip was hard of hearing, so Charles was shouting down the phone, “We’re talking about your birthday! And whether there’s going to be a reception!” And Philip replied, “Well, I’ve got to be alive for it, haven’t I?” That’s it. That was the story which American and British media outlets talked about like it was the big royal story.
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When is talkTV launching?

An all-new TV channel comes from the mastermind behind The Sun. talkTV will cover everything from sports to entertainment, but when can you tune in?. News UK announced a new TV channel – talkTV[/caption]. When is talkTV launching?. talkTV will be launched in early 2022. It will be available to...
TV & VIDEOS
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Prince Charles caught up in potential bribery scandal | Property

PropertyPrince Charles, 72, has had several interviews in recent years with the man who was at the center of the alleged bribery scandal surrounding his charity. This is what the Sunday Times wrote based on its own research. The Prince’s Foundation, Charles’ charitable foundation, has come under fire over allegations...
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No conference for Labour MP branded online as 'transphobic'

A Labour MP has been forced to pull out of the party conference over her transgender views after extremists threatened her security. Rosie Duffield, the Labour MP for Canterbury, was forced to pull out of next week's conference in Brighton over the level of online threats she has been subjected to from transgender activists.
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