BBC under pressure to open books

BBC chiefs are facing a renewed bid to force them to open all their books to the National Audit Office (NAO) to prove they provide value for money to licence fee payers. Auditor general Sir John Bourne told a cross-party group of peers this week that the BBC should fall ...

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