BBC Journalists [[Jeremy Paxman]] and [[Andrew Marr]] will give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry next week.
The pair will appear before Lord Leveson on Wednesday 23 May.
Also giving evidence next week are Labour MPs Tessa Jowell, Alan Johnson, Tom Watson and former Business secretary Lord Mandelson.
On Thursday, Jeremy Hunt’s former special adviser Adam Smith will appear as will Frederic Michel, the senior public affairs executive at News Corporation.
BBC presenter Rachael Bland has been told her breast cancer is “incurable”. Blogging over at Big C. Little Me, Rachael said her lymph node surgery in February went to plan but the results as ever weren’t good. “Seven out of 19 nodes removed were positive…
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BBC presenter Andrew Marr has revealed he has kidney cancer. “I am going to be away for a couple of weeks or so,” he told his viewers at the end of today’s Marr show. “I’m having a small hospital operation and I will be back…