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11.11.2012

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The BBC is supposed to broadcast the news not be part of it, but that's what's been happening lately and it's now struggling with a crisis of confidence. The BBC's chief has resigned and there are calls for more heads to roll, including the chairman of the BBC Trust. Source: abc.net.au

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