Australian newspapers black out front pages in protest against media curbs
Monday, October 21, 2019, 7:58 PM
The front page of Australian newspapers was redacted as a part of united campaign against government secrecy. National and regional mastheads including The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian Financial Review blacked out their front page to give an impression that it had been censored in the same way as a classified government document, reported Al Jazeera.
Britain says contours of a Brexit deal are now clear
Monday, September 16, 2019, 8:00 PM
The contours of a possible Brexit deal are now clear so divorce talks between Britain and the European Union are at a crucial juncture, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said. "We've shared a lot of detail and the contours of a deal are now very clear," Raab told BBC radio ahead of between PM Boris Johnson and EU leaders on in Luxembourg on Monday.
3 Women Join BBC's List Of Its Top 10 Earners After Gender Pay Gap Row
Wednesday, July 3, 2019, 8:11 AM
The BBC said three-women Claudia-Winkleman, Vanessa-Feltz and Zoe-Ball had joined the list of its top-10 paid stars, a change the publicly funded British-broadcaster said demonstrated the progress it was making in closing its gender-pay-gap. The BBC was criticised two-years-ago when it was forced to disclose that 75% of its staff paid more than 150,000-pounds a year were men, with its highest 10-earners all men.