THE BBC has paid out more than £10million in redundancy to staff it has gone on to re-employ. Hundreds of well-paid executives have had pay-offs and then returned to the Corporation, sometimes just months later. After receiving settlements ... Scottish Daily Express, 3 weeks ago
Could a £50 cut save the TV licence fee? Radical plan floated by Tories to rein in spending by the BBC
Dramatic cut of a third is one option being pushed by senior Conservatives Culture Secretary Sajid Javid says £145.50 is a lot of money for some people Future of the licence fee to be decided in BBC charter renewal in 2016 Some Tories want to see ...Capital Bay, 1 month ago
Of course, Mark Scott's radical cuts to ABC output are in the headlines cuts far more radical, Malcolm Turnbull would have us believe, than the government's "modest" efficiency requirements justify. Certainly, they are puzzling to this outsider: ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 hour ago
By Guy Adams for the Daily Mail Inquiry: Dolphin Square, where boys are said to have been taken for sex sessions in the 1970s and 1980s The claim was as clear as it was chilling: behind the genteel façade of one of London's most famous ...Capital Bay, 2 days ago Paedophile orgies in luxury flats and claims three boys were murdered by VIPs: Special report into the growing stench of a cover-up by the Establishment Capital Bay, 2 days ago
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Princess Beatrice gives up her 'seat' on Richard Branson's space flight after fatal crash
By Sebastian Shakespeare for the Daily Mail She was expected to be one of Sir Richard Branson's most famous passengers, but Princess Beatrice will not be going anywhere near his Virgin Galactic spacecraft after a test pilot was killed last week.Capital Bay, 3 weeks ago
John Humphrys was described as a "silly sausage" today for the first time on Radio 4, by Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten. Interviewing the musician for the Today programme, Humphrys suggested Rotten had failed in his bid to change ...The Week UK, 1 month ago
[October 02, 2014] (Guardian (UK) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Ofcom's chief executive, Ed Richards, is to stand down after 11 years at the UK media and communications regulator. Richards, who, as Tony Blair's senior media policy ...TMC Net, 1 month ago Media: Ofcom chief executive to step down after 11 years TMC Net, 1 month ago
Ofcom boss to step down after eight year tenure in which television watchdog was accused of being too lenient over lewd programmes and 'out of touch'
Ed Richards will step down from his £393,000-a-year job in December Former Tony Blair advisor, 49, said it was 'the right time to move on' During his time in charge watchdog was criticised for being too lenient The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent ...Capital Bay, 1 month ago Ofcom head Ed Richards throws in the towel PC Pro, 1 month ago Ofcom boss to step down in December BBC, 1 month ago Ofcom chief exec Ed Richards to step down in December The Register, 1 month ago
There's always a catch when it comes to corporate munificence. The Branson genius is to take something that other people think is big and complicated and make it look fun and easy. From transatlantic travel to banking, the Branson message is that ...AlterNet.org, 1 month ago
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