Kelly affair: should the BBC take the blame?


As BBC executives prepare the corporation's case for the Hutton inquiry into the events surrounding the death of Dr David Kelly, staff in the corporation's newsroom have begun to question whether the corporation's thirst for agenda-setting scoops has damaged its credibility.

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