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BBC's David Dimbleby makes questionable pitch for DG job

I'm the man for the job, says Question Time host – but many would like to see an outsider brought in Column The Mole LAST UPDATED AT 10:23 ON Mon 12 Nov 2012 AS THE bloodletting began at the BBC this morning, David Dimbleby used an interview on the Today programme to put in his job application for the vacancy of Director General to replace the hapless George Entwistle. The BBC announced that its news director Helen Boaden and her deputy Steve Mitchell have agreed to "step aside" over the BBC crisis.
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