BBC's Carrie Gracie says resignation reaction shows equal pay 'hunger'

BBC's Carrie Gracie says resignation reaction shows equal pay 'hunger'
 

Carrie Gracie says the reaction to her resignation as the BBC's China editor shows there is a "depth of hunger" for an "equal and transparent pay system".
The journalist, speaking as she co-presented the Today programme with John Humphrys, has quit her post citing pay inequality with male colleagues.
She said the support she received from colleagues, MPs and the public had been "very moving".
The BBC has said there is "no systemic discrimination against women".
Lyse Doucet, Clare Balding, Emily Maitlis and Sarah Montague were among the BBC... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Regional, Views: 49
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