Will the BBC director general have to resign over Panorama’s behavior?

Did Tony Hall risk the safety, liberty and lives of LSE students?

Did Tony Hall risk the safety, liberty and lives of LSE students?

I don’t think that Ceri Thomas and possibly Tony Hall are going to survive their indifference to collateral damage at the LSE, all in order to help John Sweeney’s publicity stunt that may or may not have had an element of involvement by British Intelligence agencies. The 18 year old student and many others were clearly denied informed consent. Safety, liberty (with years of hard labour in a Stalinist hellhole) and (at least potentially) lives too were all put at risk. Ceri Thomas is now on record as saying (not just once but many times now) that he thought shafting these LSE students was a price worth paying. Does this not constitute grounds for his being sacked? Surely it must. And if it turns out that he is telling the truth about the BBC’s latest director general – Tony Hall – was indeed informed about all this… Well, if that is true then the BBC is going to be plunged into yet another crisis, one that must end up with a fourth director general in what seems like the blink of an eye.

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