Roles and responsibilities
- James is a member of the News Group and sits on the Management and Executive Board.
Salary and total remuneration
Total remuneration: £340,000
These details were last updated in August 2013 when James Harding's salary and remuneration were last adjusted.This information is correct as of June 2014.
Last updated April 2013
James Harding was born in London. He was educated at St. Paul's School and studied History at Trinity College, Cambridge.
He joined the Financial Times in 1994 and, among other things, served as Shanghai Correspondent, Media Editor and Washington Bureau Chief. He joined The Times in 2006 as Business and City Editor and worked as Editor from 2007 to 2012.
He is the author of Alpha Dogs, How Political Spin Became a Global Business.
Expenses and central bookings
Expenses are costs incurred by BBC staff on behalf of the BBC and claimed through the BBC's expenses system (e-expenses). Central bookings are costs incurred on behalf of the BBC and booked through the BBC's central bookings system. Both expenses and central bookings are published every three months.
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- James Harding's e-expenses Q3 2013-14 PDF (18KB)
- James Harding's central bookings Q3 2013-14 PDF (33KB)
- James Harding had no e-expenses paid in Q2 2013-14
- James Harding's central bookings Q2 2013-14 PDF (13KB)
Gifts and Hospitality Register
Gifts and hospitality may only be accepted in line with BBC policy. Information about gifts and hospitality is published every three months.
- James Harding had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q3 2013-14
- James Harding had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q2 2013-14
Declaration of Personal Interests
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A summary is published where there is something to declare and where there is nothing to declare. Occasionally an individual will have something to declare but due to the personal nature of the declaration we do not publish details as to do so would breach the Data Protection Act.
This information is published annually, although if any amendments are made during the year an updated summary will be published if necessary as soon as it is available.