"The Telegraph" reveals that the Conservative Party has the most to lose from Twitter banning political ads. It spends more on the social network than the Labour and Liberal Democrats parties combined in the last election.
New guidance for family courts suggests that journalists seeking to overturn reporting restrictions should not be faced with paying the legal cost of the action, unless they behave in a bad manner, "Press Gazette" reports.
"The Guardian" is warning that the Conservative and Labour parties are already signalling they would prefer one-on-one debates with their two leaders that would see the Lib Dems frozen out of any televised leader debates.
The BBC has staged its first ever takeover of Spotify to promote Sir David Attenborough's new nature documentary Seven Worlds, One Planet. According to "Campaign," the streaming site will show the trailer for the new series as well as footage showing the plight on endangered animals. Podcasts about the series are also being made available.
Ecommerce advertising has increased by 115% year-on-year and Amazon is the main beneficiary, according to new research from Marin Software, covered in "Netimperative."
Blippar, the app that gives users additional content when they point a mobile device at a picture or object, is back from the dead. "Campaign" reveals it is now out of administration and has appointed the Chief Executive at GoCompare.com, Faisal Galaria, as its new CEO.
A group of MPs are agreeing with what retailers have been telling them for many years. The current system for business rates is unfair because it gives ecommerce businesses an advantage. According to "Sky News," MPs are now calling on whatever Government is in place after the December election to introduce a fairer tax system in time for the next Spring statement.
Finally we know there will be an election on December 12th. "The Telegraph" has been looking at the risks of fake news and cyber criminals which the authorities, from the Government to the keepers of the electoral roll, must be prepared to counter as electioneering is about to start.
Forrester has a dire warning for the CMO. As many brands ditch the title, its researchers suggest that 2020 will be the year in which CMOs collectively prove their worth or face extinction, according to "Campaign."
More than 70 female MPs have rallied to support the Duchess of Sussex in her claims that she has been unfairly treated by the British tabloid press. The Guardian reveals the group of politicians has signed an open letter lending their support to a public figure they believe has been criticised in articles which show signs of "outdated, colonial undertones."