Media

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned the ads from ever appearing again.
Karine Jean-Pierre is breaking boundaries as the new White House press secretary.
Lord Michael Grade, the prospective head of the media watchdog, thinks there is a "wonderful" debate going on.
Gary Lineker, Adil Ray, Deborah Meaden and Dan Walker have also come out fighting for the BBC.
Veteran broadcaster says he has made the decision after reflecting on "my extensive portfolio of interests".
Simone Manuel, a Tokyo bronze medalist, vented on social media about interviews.
The ex-president attacked two key figures who enabled his agenda.
Julie Burchill posted the racist tweet about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's newborn just after her birth was announced.
Following the Duke of Edinburgh's death the BBC wiped its schedules across both BBC One and BBC Two.
Exclusive: Survey follows media fall-out from Harry and Meghan's claims of bigotry and controversial race review.