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The BBC is facing a parliamentary inquiry after admitting wasting £100m on its failed Digital Media Initiative. The chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Margaret Hodge, told the Sunday Times her committee would “call the people responsible for what went wrong”. It may mean former director general Mark Thompson returning ...
Margaret Hodge said the Public Accounts Committee intended to pursue those accountable for the BBC’s failed IT programme. “One of the principles that we on the Pu...
Harriet Harman said female broadcasters were being ‘pushed out’ of the business after the age of 50. “I don’t think they [media management] know what the audience...
The political parties are giving their interpretations of the local elections results in a bid to set the political narrative around the results. Labour sources s...
Evan Harris said David Cameron had pledged that the new system for press regulation would be judged according to whether it satisfied the "victims" of press excesses...
Evan Harris said that elements of the press were “throwing their toys out of the pram” in deciding to reject the cross-party plans for a Royal Charter. “Some...
24/05/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
16/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
26/04/2013 on Daily Politics, BBC 2
25/04/2013 on BBC News
25/04/2013 on Sky News
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