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BBC and ITV have "reiterated" that their election TV debates will go ahead even if any of the invited leaders decline to participate.
The BBC and ITV, two of the three 'big broadcasters' in the UK, have issued a joint statement regarding Northern Ireland parties.
Despite weeks of refusing to budge it now looks as if BBC and ITV are set to expand the General Election 2015 party leader debates.
“Channel 4’s Benefits Street programme shows why we need to stand alongside people in poverty," says the Director of Church Action on Poverty.
As pressure mounts on the Sri Lankan government to investigate war crimes, its response, along with that of its supporters at home and abroad, has been to try to discredit all critics.
On BBC1's important, topical television 'morality and beliefs' show, The Big Questions, next due to air at 12.05pm on Sunday 26 May 2013, a major focus of discussion will be the horrific Woolwich killing and its aftermath.
A US interfaith TV cable channel has highlighted the recent "food stamp challenge" to challenge poverty and attitudes towards it in America.
The chair of the Welsh Language Society has been removed from Parliament by police while protesting against cuts to Welsh medium television.