Statements & Responses
The BBC has issued the following statement in response to the DCMS Committee report into TV Licences for over 75s.
The BBC has today released the following tribute to Peter Sissons who died last night aged 77.
Director-General Tony Hall sent this email to BBC staff in relation to the ECU ruling on BBC Breakfast.
Explaining the Editorial Complaints Unit's decision on BBC Breakfast and President Trump's comments.
Joint statement on Ofcom's recommendation on public service content prominence.
The BBC welcomes the NAO's conclusion that the BBC has delivered "significant reforms" and has taken "big steps in improving consistency and fairness" of its pay and terms and conditions.
The European elections take place on May 23. During an election period, it’s especially important that BBC News covers political parties appropriately, hearing the views of and examining and challenging the policies of all relevant parties.
"World Press Freedom Day is a significant date in the calendar for all of us who value free speech and a free media.
The BBC is committed to resolving the historic tax issues in cases where presenters who have been engaged through personal service companies (PSCs) now find their tax employment status being questioned by HMRC.
Over the past three years we have undertaken an extensive programme of reforms to create a simpler, more consistent and fairer BBC.
The BBC has issued the following statement in response to today’s Equality and Human Rights Commission announcement.
The BBC acknowledges the NAO’s review of the E20 programme, which will renew and extend the external filming set for EastEnders, as well as replacing core elements of infrastructure at BBC Elstree.
Directors of the British Broadcasting Corporation, ABC (Australia), Deutsche Welle, France Médias Monde, NHK (Japan) and United States Agency for Global Media today said public service broadcasting faces ‘increasing threats’ and expressed concern about ‘troubling attacks‘ on journalists around the world.
BBC response to the National Audit Office’s report: Investigation into the BBC's engagement with personal service companies
We acknowledge the NAO's review which outlines the history of the BBC's engagement with freelancers, particularly those engaged through personal service companies (PSCs).
The BBC has today released the following tribute following the death of John Cunliffe, creator of Postman Pat.
The family of Rachael Bland have confirmed that she died this morning, shortly after 3am. Rachael died peacefully at home, surrounded by her family.
Statement on the BBC's decision not to appeal the ruling in the Sir Cliff Richard case.
Jamie Angus, BBC Director, BBC World Service responds to comments made on the Mizan news agency,
Statement from Fran Unsworth, Director of News and Current Affairs, in relation to the ruling in Sir Cliff Richard, OBE v BBC.
James Stephenson, News Editor, BBC News and Current Affairs responds to Nick Cohen’s NYR Daily article
Letter from James Stephenson, News Editor, BBC News and Current Affairs to NYR Daily in response to Nick Cohen’s article ‘How the BBC lost the plot on Brexit’.
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