TV watchdog Ofcom will not investigate complaints about Love Island’s Ollie Williams following a trophy-hunting controversy.
Jo Brand’s joke about throwing battery acid at politicians had “potential to offend listeners” but was unlikely to incite crime, broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has said.
Discounts proposed by EE and Vodafone for out-of-contract customers will leave too many people continuing to overpay for their handset, Citizens Advice has said.
Regulator Ofcom has set out its plan to supercharge investment in faster and more reliable fibre broadband across the country.
More than 50,000 homes are stuck with mediocre broadband and 4G despite a sharp national increase in access to faster connections, Ofcom said.
Ofcom is proposing a ban on the sale of “locked” mobile phones as part of plans to make it easier for mobile users to switch operators.
Good Morning Britain breached broadcasting rules with an interview featuring TV presenter Judith Chalmers.
Complaints about alleged bullying and animal welfare on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! have been rejected by TV watchdog Ofcom.
Ofcom has opened an investigation into O2 over whether the telecoms giant properly complied with statutory information requests from the regulator.
Royal Mail is to continue to appeal over a £50 million fine from Ofcom after a tribunal upheld the punishment last month.
The Conservative Party has complained to Ofcom’s election committee after an ice sculpture was used in place of Boris Johnson during a Channel 4 debate.
The BBC has admitted it made a “mistake” following accusations that a Question Time clip was cut in a way which edited out laughter directed at the Prime Minister.
Parcel delivery and pick-up firms could be undermining competition by putting in place minimum prices and restricting online sales, Ofcom has said.
WiFi “not-spots” – areas of the home where people are unable to connect to WiFi – affect a third of UK households, new research suggests.
Kay Burley’s decision to “empty chair” James Cleverly will not lead to a formal investigation after Ofcom assessed the whole programme.
Ofcom has said it plans to accept the BBC’s proposals to move more of its children’s content online, in an attempt by the corporation to halt declining viewing numbers among young people.
Royal Mail’s appeal against a £50 million fine it was handed by Ofcom for breaching competition law has been rejected, the Competition Appeal Tribunal has announced.
Ofcom may investigate Kay Burley’s “empty chairing” of James Cleverly.
Ofcom has appointed a new chief executive on a temporary basis.
The SNP has complained to Sky News and Ofcom about the “deeply undemocratic” decision to exclude the party from a General Election TV debate.