Tim Davie

The director general was confronted over the broadcaster's use of the word "terrorist" during a surprise appearance in front of the 1922 committee.
The 1922 Committee appearance comes amid criticism of the corporation for refusing to call Hamas terrorists.
“British journalism has lost a talent,” Labour leader Keir Starmer tweeted.
BBC director general Tim Davie said there would be a review of the corporation’s social media guidance.
“It feels like censorship to try and control how someone publicly expresses and discusses their markers of identity," one BBC staffer told us.
The broadcaster is also set to introduce new rules governing employees’ use of social media.
It was recently revealed that the Match Of The Day star had signed a new deal with the BBC that included a 23% pay cut.
Tim Davie faced the digital, culture, media and sport committee after HuffPost UK revealed that the corporation had been labelled racist by its own staff.
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