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Slush fund that means BBC managers stay secure

Published Tue 10 Aug 2010
Issue No. 2214

BBC bosses’ are attacking workers pensions, but theirs are protected. It was revealed last week that a multi-million pound pension slush fund exists for senior BBC executives. The fund saw BBC director general Mark Thompson receive a £163,000 pension top-up last year, while deputy director general Mark Byford stands to receive a £400,000 pension.

It’s no wonder workers at the BBC are angry that they’re are having their pensions robbed.

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Tue 10 Aug 2010, 17:16 BST
Issue No. 2214
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