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Committee publishes written evidence from BBC on personal service companies and announces Salford evidence session

24 May 2018

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee today publishes written evidence about the BBC’s engagement with personal service companies.

Andrew Scadding, Head of Corporate Affairs for the BBC, answers a number of questions that were put to the organisation in a letter from the Committee on 27th April.
 
The Committee is also announcing that the Committee will hold a public evidence session on the BBC in Salford on Tuesday 11th September. The session will review the BBC’s annual report and also cover issues such as equal pay and the use of personal service companies.

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