Sunday, 29 December 2013

# 291 - WAR - BBC staff rehired after being paid off.

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.'

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