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Sharon White has spent the past year as second Permanent Secretary at the Treasury

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Alan Yentob has spent his entire career at the BBC

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Malfunctioning robot studio cameras continue to wind up BBC News presenters live on TV

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Top Gear wanted to set fire to Clarkson's Porsche to make escape from Argentina more 'dramatic'

Argentina’s ambassador to the UK writes to chair of the BBC Trust

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BBC forced to investigate fictitious Radio 4 show's scorer Samantha for sexism

Character has been the butt of sexual innuendos for 40 years

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