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BBC staff have been urged not to tweet about the corporation's problems by the acting head of news, Fran Unsworth. She told
The "monumental failures" at the BBC must prompt a complete overhaul of the corporation's management structures, the chair
The BBC has entered some extremely choppy waters of late with Director-General George Entwistle resigning over a disastrous
Veteran BBC presenter David Dimbleby has hit out at bloated management and a culture of "gobbledegook" at the corporation
Those newspapers that are now revelling in the BBC's discomfort are in no position to do so and are motivated less by a commitment to rigorous and independent journalism than by the opportunity to make life difficult for their publicly-funded rival. Some of the hypocrisy is astounding.
Helen Boaden, the head of BBC News, and Stephen Mitchell, her deputy, are to step aside in the wake of the Newsnight report