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BBC Engulfed In Second Crisis Within Weeks

by Phlip Reeves
Nov 12, 2012 (Morning Edition) — George Entwistle resigned over the weekend as the director general of the BBC. He left following controversy over child sex-abuse reports. He had been on the job for just eight weeks. The BBC was already under fire over a decision to drop an investigation into widespread child abuse allegations about a popular TV host, who died last year.

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