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Farage declares humour is dead as BBC removes Fawlty Towers

Nigel Farage has declared the “death of humour” after a famous episode of classic 1970s sitcom Fawlty Towers was removed from a streaming service because it contains “racial slurs”. UKTV, which is owned by the BBC, said it had temporarily made The Germans unavailable while it carries out a review. …

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Arbor Day Foundation and YouTube will to plant 20 million trees

The Arbor Day Foundation is a nonprofit conservation and education organization, and the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to tree planting with the mission "to inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees" their programs are supported by approximately 1,000,000 members, donors, and corporate sponsors that share the same vision of a healthier and greener world.

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Express poll: Should BBC be a subscription service?

This week a YouGov poll conducted for The Times showed more people want to see the Beeb funded by advertising during commercial breaks than from licence fees. When asked what their preferred method of funding would be, 37 percent said advertising, while 27 percent said licence fees. Fourteen percent said …

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