BBC Director General Quits. Only Three Million Employees to Go

Tony Hall gestures as he arrives for his first day as Director General of the BBC at New Broadcasting House in central London on April 2, 2013. Having previously worked as Chief Executive at the Royal Opera House, the new BBC chief must now deal with the fallout from allegations …
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Tony Hall, the head of the BBC, is stepping down from his job: the latest hugely satisfying and thoroughly deserved victim of ‘Get woke, go broke.’

In his parting statement, Lord Hall declared that he felt the BBC had become a ‘very different organisation’ during his seven years’ tenure. It was, he claimed, ‘more innovative, more open, more inclusive, more efficient [and] more commercially aware.’

This is, of course, mostly rubbish.

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Oh dear. This is tragic. Lord Hall has done such marvelous things with what was once a hidebound, utterly Establishment broadcaster. Auntie will never be the same again. The future of this bastion of British good sense is now perilous.