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Lords Committee Finds 'No Compelling Case' For BBC Cuts

A cross-party group of peers has told the government that there is “no compelling case” for scaling back the BBC and it should continue to be a “universal broadcaster” making popular programming for all. In one of the most robust defences of the BBC’s output yet, the Lords communications committee said there should be an overhaul of how the corporation is held to account but there is “no need for fundamental changes to the BBC’s core mission.”

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