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Culture Minister promised to shake hands with BBC could not come soon

Beeb is sending all the wrong signals

The BBC shake-up promised by Nadine Dorries could not come anytime soon.

The Culture Minister’s plan to annual license freeze £159 Fees for two years are a great start.

General manager Tim Davie has revealed that freezing the £159 annual license fee for two years will force massive cuts to programming and job losses

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General manager Tim Davie has revealed that freezing the £159 annual license fee for two years will force massive cuts to programming and job lossesCredit: PA
We reveal today the BBC is wasting millions of pounds in licensing fees on wake-up absurd projects

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We reveal today the BBC is wasting millions of pounds in licensing fees on wake-up absurd projectsCredit: Alamy

general manager Tim Davie assumed this would force massive cuts in programming and job losses.

But as we reveal today, broadcasters are still wasting millions of pounds in license fees on ridiculous projects.

On Mr Davie’s watch worth £525,000 a year, group There have been more bosses with attractive salaries.

A diversity league champion brings in a whopping £267,000 a year for a three-day week.

Having spent £12 million of his Radio and Music budget on broadcast content, Beeb claims: “It’s just the beginning.”

Meanwhile, it promotes sober podcasts while censoring “politically incorrect” jokes in classic shows.

The tragedy of it all is that the Corporation’s efforts to prove it “fit” for the younger generation may be in vain.

They are moving Netflix and Amazon.

More and more people are wondering why they should pay the BBC’s outdated royalty when they’ve never cared about it.

It’s definitely time to turn off Beeb’s mandatory cash faucet.

PM’s fate is a Gray area

BORIS Johnson will be stored at Checkers this weekend, waiting for civil servants Sue Gray’s make-or-break rulings on deadlocked Downing Street parties with trepidation.

But before MPs and voters rush to judge, they should recall his very real achievements.

Boris Johnson awaits civil servant Sue Gray's proper verdict on Downing Street lockdown parties with trepidation

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Boris Johnson awaits civil servant Sue Gray’s proper verdict on Downing Street lockdown parties with trepidationCredit: PA

After the paralysis of Theresa May’s regime, Boris promised Brexit and transition.

He then won a majority of 80 seats in the 2019 General Election.

He nearly died of Covid but came back – just like the British economy under his leadership.

The launch of his world-beating vaccine has allowed the UK to lead Europe out of the pandemic.

All this in the face of hysterical abuse from the Opposition and sniping from MPs who owe their careers to his care.

Yes, he made many mistakes and was too slow in apologizing.

But when you look at the ledger, Tory MPs Who will decide the Prime Minister’s fate also needs to consider his track record, and indeed his vision of the upgrade that Red Wall voters voted for.

The UK needs a Government that focuses on voters’ day-to-day concerns – such as the dreaded cost of living crisis.

BoJo needs to show he’s still up to the challenge today.

Culture Sec Nadine Dorries orders BBC out of her elite ‘London bubble’ as she confirms license fee freeze

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17410714/bbc-shake-up-nadine-dorries-sun-says/ Culture Minister promised to shake hands with BBC could not come soon

Bobby Allyn

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