Women have been 'underpaid for years'
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BBC's Carrie Gracie gives evidence to MPs on pay inequality

Former BBC China editor Carrie Gracie has said she is "very angry" about the way the BBC has treated some female members of staff.

The presenter, who resigned from her post earlier this month in protest at pay inequality, was giving evidence to a committee of MPs.

Director general Tony Hall also gave evidence and said he believed in "getting women's place in the workplace right".

  • 31 Jan 2018
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