Davies: we were right to trust Gilligan.

BBC chairman Gavyn Davies defended the BBC governors' role in the Dr David Kelly affair again this week, saying it was right that they should not have investigated the accuracy of Andrew Gilligan's original report, writes Leigh Holmwood.

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