BBC set to be rocked by gender pay gap revelations

BBC set to be rocked by gender pay gap revelations

The gender pay gap has topped recent headlines as the April 2018 deadline, for when firms with more than 250 employees must publish pay data for all staff, creeps ever closer.

To comply with regulations – and Theresa May’s rules that demand BBC staff earning more than £150,000-a-year are identified - on Wednesday, the BBC will release the salaries of some of its top stars.

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