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The allegations emerging around Jimmy Salver are absolutely horrifying. My thoughts are with those affected and their families who suffered for silence for decades. I believe this is absolutely right that the BBC ask the police to first and foremost investigate these allegations and they have waited to act on the advice of the police before launching their own inquiries. It is essential that the police inquiry is not disrupted. The BBC is a globally admired British institution and has a unique place in our cultural life. And such it’s imperative that it behaves in a manner that makes it worthy of the public’s ongoing trust and confidence. And both Prime Minister and I said last week that we believe that the BBC should investigate these very serious allegations. The BBC Trust is there to represent the interests of the license fee payer and it’s they that must investigate these matters and for they to rectify them to. Following that board meeting of Friday, I called both the Director General and the chair of the Trust to underline how vital it is to have clear terms of reference in place and for there to be an announcement, an announcement of who will chair the inquiry as soon as possible. From those conversations, I’m now confident that both BBC and the BBC Trust are taking these allegations very seriously indeed. The BBC has launched three separate investigations that the House will be aware. The first will look particularly the allegations regards to the item on Salver which was inappropriately pulled from News Night. The second review, to be undertaken when the police advices us appropriate to do so, will focus on Jimmy Salver himself. And although the BBC child protection policy was overhauled in 2002, the review will look at facts whether its policy is fit for purpose and what lessons could be learned and that will be assisted by an independent expert. There is also Mr. Speaker, an additional piece of work that will look at the very troubling allegations of sexual harassment of BBC that came to light in recent weeks as well. And the Director General will give further details of this later in the week.
The allegations emerging around Jimmy Salver are absolutely horrifying. My thoughts are with those affected and their families who suffered for silence for decades. I believe this is absolutely right that the BBC ask the police to first and foremost investigate these allegations and they have waited to act on the advice of the police before launching their own inquiries. It is essential that the police inquiry is not disrupted. The BBC is a globally admired British institution and has a unique place in our cultural life. And such it’s imperative that it behaves in a manner that makes it worthy of the public’s ongoing trust and confidence. And both Prime Minister and I said last week that we believe that the BBC should investigate these very serious allegations. The BBC Trust is there to represent the interests of the license fee payer and it’s they that must investigate these matters and for they to rectify them to. Following that board meeting of Friday, I called both the Director General and the chair of the Trust to underline how vital it is to have clear terms of reference in place and for there to be an announcement, an announcement of who will chair the inquiry as soon as possible. From those conversations, I’m now confident that both BBC and the BBC Trust are taking these allegations very seriously indeed. The BBC has launched three separate investigations that the House will be aware. The first will look particularly the allegations regards to the item on Salver which was inappropriately pulled from News Night. The second review, to be undertaken when the police advices us appropriate to do so, will focus on Jimmy Salver himself. And although the BBC child protection policy was overhauled in 2002, the review will look at facts whether its policy is fit for purpose and what lessons could be learned and that will be assisted by an independent expert. There is also Mr. Speaker, an additional piece of work that will look at the very troubling allegations of sexual harassment of BBC that came to light in recent weeks as well. And the Director General will give further details of this later in the week.
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