I tend to read The Guardian daily as my main source of news as it's the best source of well investigated journalism remaining in this country, notably with Windrush and the electoral fraud surrounding Vote Leave.
I check BBC News for the headlines but find it's extraordinarily dumbed down its language these days. I remember a piece on one of the Withdrawal Agreement votes having a sentence of something like "whether that can go ahead will be decided by an MP named [whatever his name is]", like it's strawberry floating Jackanory.
BBC tends to have better sports coverage though.
Other than those I'll read the odd article from other, dedicated publications (New Statesman etc.) from links via following centre and leftist journalists/commentators on Twitter.
I don't think I've watched news of the TV in years now, if I do it will tend to be Channel 4 - again because they, coupled with BBC Foreign Correspondents are the best investigative journalists I think working in British media.
Lotus wrote: and overly PC nonsense. It's also difficult to navigate and find things once they've gone from the front page.
I also get a bit of news from the Guardian. I tend to visit the website most days, partly for the news, but partly to see what they're hand-wringing about, and what they're on their high horse about. It's good for a laugh in that respect.
Erghh girls football and homosexuals demanding rights.