From the Telegraph on Sunday.
More than 200 staff made redundant by the BBC over the past decade have been rehired. In one case, a manager who left with a £365,000 pay-off was re-employed.
In a practice described as the BBC's 'merry-go-round' 233 staff have returned on fixed-term or permanent contracts.
Of course the BBC has refused to name any of the executives who have been sacked and re-hired.
Finally Greg Dyke, a former DG, recently described Lord Patten as a 'busted flush.'