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OFCOMOffice of Communications (Office of Telecommunications, OFTEL; British)
OFCOMOffice of Communication (Correction! office of communications)
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A statement from RT said: "It is very wrong for Ofcom to have issued a sanction against RT on the basis of its breach findings that are currently under Judicial Review by the High Court in London.
The EU rules require that customers are told the cost of their handset and the cost of their usage separately, a measure Ofcom wants to introduce "as quickly as possible", while the EU rule must be implemented by the end of 2019.
Ofcom chairman Terry Burns said: "I am delighted David Jones has been confirmed as the first Ofcom board member for Wales.
"Ofcom investigated 10 RT programmes, and decided that 7 were in breach; we firmly believe that none were in breach.
Al-Arabiya had previously been heavily sanctioned by Ofcom in relation to a material broadcast in 2016.
"(Ofcom) got down there by steadily shifting the goalposts to ensure the Murdochs passed the test.
Now Ofcom has confirmed that Mr McEvoy's complaint has been upheld.
"Throughout this process, we remain open to BT bridging the gap between its proposal and what is required to address our strong competition concerns," Ofcom said.
Our proposals can form the basis for a fair and sustainable regulatory settlement and we believe they can also enable Ofcom to bring its review to a speedier conclusion."
Ofcom added that the postal operator "could do more" to improve performance at its delivery offices.