BBC gender row | Female newsreaders claim they were "set up to fail" in 'rigged' hiring process

Female newsreaders claim they were
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Four female news presenters from the BBC are suing the broadcasting company for having a “rigged” employment selection process.

The presenters – Martine Croxall, Karin Giannone, Kasia Madera, and Annita McVeigh – are all taking part in the tribunal, accusing the broadcaster of age and sex discrimination for the unfair appointment of chief presenter roles and unequal pay claims.

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