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Bbc Wales Chiefs Reveal Expenses

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Just thought you should see what those in BBC Wales are being paid from your taxes:


The move followed revelations that the corporation was spending £60,000 of licence payers’ money across the UK on Champagne each year and at least £250,000 on Christmas parties.


And you wonder why house prices are not falling in Wales. Trebles all round (hic)

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While expenses are common across all major organisations and public bodies, the BBC has a rigorous expenses policy, including a tough authorisation process. Occasionally a lunch or dinner is appropriate to mark a particular achievement, and events such as Christmas and leaving parties must always adhere to strict spend guidelines.

We (as a department) have brought in on time and at a proffit sone decent projects this year, earning much kudos in the press (industry) and with in our company.

what did we get?

we was told good work, and be thankful we still have a job.

Pay rise this year? 0

bonus this year? 0

how much will the company pay per head for this years christmas do? 0

how much have and will the company payed for leaving do's? 0

if a lucrative private company wont "reward financially" its employees, then why is the BBC thinking they can do this with my money?

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