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Piers Morgan leaves Good Morning Britain. File Photograph: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

ITV says it has accepted Piers Morgan’s decision to leave Good Morning Britain, in a short statement. The statement said: “Following discussions with(...)

Jockeys walk to the spectator-free parade ring for the opening race during day two of the Longines Irish Champions Weekend at Curragh Racecourse last weekend. Photo: PA Wire

Any Government move to increase crowd sizes at sporting events to 500 people will allow owners go racing but also increase costs for racecourses. Ah(...)

Food group Glanbia rose 1 per cent to €16.00 and Kerry was up 0.8 per cent to €102.80

European shares rose on Wednesday from the previous session’s more than one-month closing low on positive sentiment underpinned by easing fears over t(...)

Ryan Giggs: shocked the ITV World Cup panel into silence by suggesting: “You can go out against  Columbia.”  Photograph:  Martin Rickett/PA

Day 15. The Big One. Panama v Tunisia. But RTÉ and ITV opted for England v Belgium instead, the game nobody wanted to win. Or did they? It was all ver(...)

Carlos Queiroz before his side’s World Cup 2018 Group B match against Spain. Roy Keane reveals his trues feelings for the Iran’s coach. Photograph:EPA

Polished and pathetic scenes. Roy Keane being neither on the subject of Iran manager Carlos Queiroz’s second coming at Manchester United. “For some (...)

 Robbie Williams performs during the opening ceremony of the World Cup ahead of the  Group A match between Russia and Saudi Arabia at the Luzhniki Stadium  in Moscow, Russia. Photograph: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Aaaaaaand: We’re off. We have ourselves a month of pure footballing bliss ahead of us, although it may take that long to come to terms with ITV’s Worl(...)

On Wall Street financials were among the leading gainers, with Goldman Sachs rising 1.23 per cent, providing the biggest boost to the Dow. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European stocks rose, following most Asian equities, as tensions surrounding North Korea eased. The yen dropped as demand for safe-haven assets began (...)

Ongoing “economic uncertainty” as the UK prepares for Brexit negotiations is driving advertising down

ITV said net advertising revenues are set to be down by around 6 per cent overall for the first four months of 2017 because of ongoing “economic uncer(...)

The 2015 ‘X Factor’ final’s audience of 8.4 million was less than half the 17.2 million who watched Matt Cardle triumph over Rebecca Ferguson and One Direction in 2010. Photograph: Press Association

ITV has signed a deal with Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and FremantleMedia UK to keep The X Factor on air until “at least” 2019, which to its de(...)

ITV reported first-half adjusted earnings up 10 per cent to £438 million. Photograph: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

ITV said it expected its key net advertising revenue to slip about 1 per cent in the first nine months of the year, ahead of analyst expectations, as (...)

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