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BBC must put 'distinctive content' at its heart

Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has unveiled the government's plans for the BBC, saying it must put "distinctive content" at its heart.

He said the licence fee will rise in line with inflation for the next five years - and that this way of funding the BBC will continue for 11 years.

David Sillito reports.

  • 12 May 2016
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