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HALL’S LOFTY AIMS
BBC director-general Tony Hall is flying to Stornoway by private jet – paid for not by the public but by an old Eye friend with a controversial CV.

GETTING A RAISE
Channel 4 has been making much of its public-service credentials amid the Bake Off furore – but the salaries of its top brass dwarf their BBC peers’.

UNFIT FOR PURPOSE
Sugar-pushing behemoth Coca-Cola wasn’t content just to support National Fitness Day – it managed to take it over for its own marketing purposes.

LOCAL DIFFICULTIES
Struggling TV station London Live is asking regulator Ofcom yet again to reduce the amount of local material it has to broadcast.

PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain, Desperate Business, Malgorithms & more.

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Brexit boom continues… Scenes of jubilation greet Corbyn election… US says criticism ‘misguided’… Delegate shocks conference with prostitution claim… Gloom as Berrexit disaster hits Britain… May promises ‘thousands more’ excuses on refugees… Fear over hacked Pippa photos

And also...

- Forensic accounting: The Commons Committes's harsh verdict on Theresa May
- Sugar rush: How Coca-Cola muscled in on National Fitness Day
- PLUS: Bake Off backlash; Balls from Ed Balls; cartoons galore & more

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