National Audit Office says BBC Executive failed to assess system to see whether it was 'technically sound'
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The BBC director general, Mark Thompson, has dismissed claims that up to half of the corporation's staff could be sacked as "preposterous".
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Mark Thompson, the BBC director general, warned yesterday that the corporation was facing a radical shake-up - and that means it is likely significant job losses could result.
Friday 23 July 2004
The director of BBC News, Richard Sambrook - who was at the centre of the Hutton inquiry into the death of government scientist David Kelly - was moved from his post yesterday, as the new director general Mark Thompson continued his overhaul of the corporation.
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