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One of the Northern Irish party's MPs, Ian Paisley Jr, said the DUP will not compromise on its anti-abortion views as part of the deal.Mr Paisley said "the rights of the unborn child trump any political agreement that has been put in place" as he issued a warning to any MPs who try to raise the issue in the House of Commons.The first episode of Benefits Street has attracted 300 complaints to the media regulator Ofcom and 400 to Channel 4.An online petition calling for the broadcaster to axe the remainder of the series has also been launched, so far attracting 3,000 signatures.Abortion is illegal in Northern Ireland in all but exceptional circumstances, even in cases of rape and incest.Many hundreds of women are thought to travel across the Irish Sea each year to undergo the procedure in Great Britain – where they are presented with a bill from the health service.50th anniversary of the first edition of Top of the Pops.
Channel 4 News broadcasts the only known recording of Cambridge spy Guy Burgess.
The Advertising Standards Authority bans two commercials for logbook loans company Loans2Go that feature a man dressed as an Austrian singing a jingle to the tune of "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow", deeming it an inappropriate way to sell expensive loans.
Conservative MP Penny Mordaunt is confirmed as one of the contestants in the upcoming series of ITV's high-diving reality show, Splash! Reports describe her party as being "relaxed" about her participation in the show, with the politician set to donate her appearance fee to charity.
Comedian Frank Skinner tells the Birmingham Mail that he turned down an offer to narrate Channel 4's Benefits Street because he had concerns about how people from Birmingham would be portrayed, and did not wish to criticise the city.
Figures from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport indicate that jobs in the entertainment industry, which includes television, have increased by 8.6% over recent years, and now make up 5.6% of the UK workforce.
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A Holyrood spokesperson said the Scottish government “believes that a woman from Northern Ireland, in Scotland, should be able to access an abortion for free on the same basis as women in Scotland and we will set out shortly how that can be achieved.“ ”The Scottish Government's view is that abortion should be part of standard healthcare for all women, and available free from stigma,” they said.