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The biggest crime that the BBC commits is overemployment.

Whenever there's public money on tap, there's jobs for the boys.

I applied for one of their training courses years ago and despite having a VERY relevant technical qualification (as well a a degree on the side), got told no thanks.

I took time to read their promotional rag and was horrified to read accounts of people who do THE most irrelevant and pointless jobs in the corporation.

I thought the BBC's job was broadcasting but now I'm not so sure.

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The biggest crime that the BBC commits is overemployment.

Whenever there's public money on tap, there's jobs for the boys.

I applied for one of their training courses years ago and despite having a VERY relevant technical qualification (as well a a degree on the side), got told no thanks.

I took time to read their promotional rag and was horrified to read accounts of people who do THE most irrelevant and pointless jobs in the corporation.

I thought the BBC's job was broadcasting but now I'm not so sure.

I heard you had to know someone to stand any sort of chance.

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BBC News 24 has carried almost no other news besides Jackson's death since it happened. Sky News is as bad.

When the news first broke, they were reporting rumours they saw on the Internet.

Lazy journalism. Complete tablolid amateurism.

What is News 24's budget FFS?

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BBC News 24 has carried almost no other news besides Jackson's death since it happened. Sky News is as bad.

When the news first broke, they were reporting rumours they saw on the Internet.

Lazy journalism. Complete tablolid amateurism.

What is News 24's budget FFS?

They must be quite pleased he knocked their expenses off the front page. Maybe he was killed by a BBC hitman.

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