Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

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Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

The head of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, which is the department of the British government responsible for Internet and media regulation in the United Kingdom and for the promotion of the arts, sports, and creative economic sectors in England alone. The secretary is appointed by the monarch on the advice of the prime minister.
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I'M NOT going to comment on the expenses kerfuffle involving Culture Secretary Maria Miller and the house in South London, where her parents lived.
Summary: Culture Secretary Maria Miller is to have her expenses investigated by the Parliamentary standards watchdog.
CULTURE Secretary Jeremy Hunt was yesterday criticised by Labour MPs for meeting News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch on the fringes of the Olympic Games.
The Culture Secretary said had almost quit over his links the Murdoch empire during time he was responsible for deciding the pounds 8billion BSkyB But he told the Leveson that he had forced his adviser Adam Smith to go instead - though he had done nothing wrong.
The Prime Minister offered qualified support for his under-fire Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who is facing calls for his resignation over his handling of the BSkyB deal.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt said of the scheme: "This is a fantastic initiative by the Newspaper Society, which will make a real difference to new companies up and down the country.
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt said "Liverpool TV" would serve around 800,000households, stretching as far as Wirral, St Helens, Widnes and Wigan, initially on Freeview channel eight.
SHETLAND MSP Tavish Scott is urging the new culture secretary Jeremy Hunt to look north for a high speed broadband testing project.
Tory Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt had torn into the Beeb for "extraordinary and outrageous" waste - and said the annual pounds 145.
CULTURE SECRETARY Andy Burnham has warned that he will impose a statutory levy on gambling operators towards research into and treatment of problem gambling if the current level of contributions made on a voluntary basis does not increase, after it was revealed that fewer than ten per cent have made payments, writes Paul Eacott.
TROPHY-WINNING footballers from Coventry met up with sport and culture secretary Tessa Jowell in recognition of their "flagship" team.
And she said she would write to culture secretary Tessa Jowell to complain.