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UK govt reviews BBC governance, regulation

Thursday 17 September 2015 | 11:16 CET | News
The UK Government has announced an independent review into how the BBC is governed and regulated. This will form part of the ongoing process to review the BBC's Royal Charter and will be led by Sir David Clementi. The government believes that good governance and regulation are vital to put the right framework of accountability, incentives, checks and balances necessary in place so that the BBC delivers for licence fee payers, takes account of its market impact, spends its money wisely and is held to account in doing so. Sir David will look at the model of governance and regulation of the

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Companies: BBC
Countries: United Kingdom
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