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October 24, 2012

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MarkM

I am not sure it is mad not to know something. Dont all leaders turn a blind eye to some information. I am not sure how HR would function if everyone knew everything.

Also, no one has been charged or convicted of these offenses. I am not certain that the media are the best judges of who is guilty or not (I am reminded of a landlord in Bristol who was absolutely guilty until it turned out he wasn't)

We should remember that the structure of the BBC has created one of the best news organisations in the world - it is very well respected and has been for a long time. Not sure why that makes them mad. I wonder if the editorials in the Sun attacking the BBC are entirely independent - does the owner really not know?

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