Big businesses are paying leading BBC news presenters tens of thousands of pounds to host events, according to newly released documents that show how financial institutions are employing the public broadcaster’s leading stars.
Somebody advert has been banned for featuring a model with an “unhealthily thin” and “gaunt” appearance.
A high court judge has criticised Sir somebody, the billionaire owner of the Daily Telegraph, for “reprehensible” behaviour during a divorce battle and ordered him to pay his estranged wife 100m.
The former WPP chief somebody has said he is “extremely optimistic” about the economic recovery and the prospects for the ad market this year and next as the Covid pandemic subsides and stimulus programmes take effect, but expressed caution further ahead when governments to impose tax rises to pay for their emergency borrowing.
Somebody else was done with her day job at LinkedIn and was ready to start something of her own. She quit in early 2020 and launched Borderline, a podcast and newsletter aimed at “defiant global citizens”, and to help her build it she became an early user of a new online service: somebody.
A last-ditch campaign to stop former Daily Mail editor somebody becoming chair of somewhere’s national broadcasting regulator is being waged in Whitehall, the Observer understands.