Pay gap | BBC's Jeremy Vine earned '600% more than female colleague'

BBC's Jeremy Vine earned '600% more than female colleague'

This week unequal pay claims were reopened against the BBC as 12 female BBC workers, headed by Newswatch Presenter Samira Ahmed, are poised to take it to tribunal over equal pay. They aim to recoup £500,000 in back pay.

Ahmed is presenting the case that in her role as Presenter of Newswatch she was fulfilling an equivalent role as her male counterpart Jeremy Vine who presented BBC One’s Points of View series.

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