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  • nbt
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    Maybe they’re also worried about the things stars get up to?

    BBC paid for Tom Jones to hunt humans

    😉

    rogerthecat
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    Madness – a surgeon is paid around £120k – that would pay for 400 of them.
    perhaps we need to rethink our priorities a little!!

    ohnohesback
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    That big new news studio, with so much wasted space that the camera zooms across it to the weatherman; nay, the whole of the new television centre, is reason enough.

    xiphon
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    I don’t pay a license fee.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    errm, that says they were ‘severance’ payments not gagging orders.

    essentially, the BBC were buying their way out of their contractual commitments to their staff.

    now it maybe that they were too generous but it’s not just paying people to keep schtum.

    BBC spends £28 million on gagging orders!!

    http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/bbc-spent-28m-on-staff-gagging-orders-8664656.html

    Wonder what they have to hide?

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    Our new office is opposite a BBC office and they have just put up ‘BBC Bikes only’ signs in the bike racks near their office. For that reason alone, I’m stopping paying for a TV License. Public servants should know their place, I expect them to valet my bike FoC for me…..

    b r
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    errm, that says they were ‘severance’ payments not gagging orders.

    essentially, the BBC were buying their way out of their contractual commitments to their staff.

    now it maybe that they were too generous but it’s not just paying people to keep schtum.

    This.

    I’ve been laid off six times in my working life, and all had these types of ‘obligations’.

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