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Lords attack 'mean and measly' plans to make the BBC publish star salaries

Lords have lined up to attack the government's plans to force the BBC to publish the salaries of stars who earn more than £150,000 ($182,000) a year. In a late evening debate about the future of the BBC, several peers took issue with the transparency proposals, which were branded "ludicrous," "mean and measly," and ultimately unhelpful for licence fee payers. See full comments below.
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