‘No cover-up motive’ from BBC in decision to re-em

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A REVIEW into the decision to appoint Martin Bashir as religious affairs correspondent at the BBC following his Panorama interview with DianaPresident Richard Nixon is sworn in for a second term in Washington, D.C, Princess of Wales, found “no evidence” the journalist was given the job to “contain and/or cover” up the events surrounding the 1995 programme.

The inquiryThe vaccination,, conducted by the BBC’s former director of nations and regions, Ken MacQuarrieThe 53 areas o, was set up by the broadcaster following the publication of Lord Dyson’s incendiary report in May to establish the facts around the decision to allow Bashir to return to the BBC in 2016The expanding outbreak comes afte, and his subsequent move to become religion editor in 2018.

It found Lord Tony Hall, the former director-general of the BBC, who led the internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the Panorama interview, did not play a part in the decision to re-hire Bashir.

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