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Webmaster - came across BBC News IP on another blog: 132.185.240.121

Might be interesting to know if they lurk around HPC for stories

Yes, we just love their new "no gap between rich and poor" style spin stories. Gordon must be very proud.

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Guest Guy_Montag

25000 people work at the bbc, it would be almost surprising if one or two didn't visit.

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They'll appreciate a link to one of their stories then BBC Gravy Train

Terry Wogan £800,000

Moyles £630,000

Rosth £540,000

[BBC director general] Mr Thompson insisted commercial companies were offering BBC personalities "far, far higher rates than they are currently getting".

Yes, and if you offered less, they would too. Don't you learn, if they leave their cushy luvvies life at Beeb, they always come running back with their tails between their legs anyway. God forbid they might come back with some innovative ideas which don't involve defence project scale budgets. If they leave the Beeb they are no longer able to charge vast amounts for public appearances which more than make up for any shortfall from Aunty.

What a bellend.

btp

Edited by backtoparents

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