I’m certain that many BBC staff will be celebrating the end of their final salary pension scheme along with their bosses who indulged in a slap up champagne fueled celebration paid for by the firm that did the knife work, KPMG…one of the world’s biggest accountancy firms.

I guess corporate sponsorship is OK when you’re on the receiving end.


….And isn’t it a paradox that probably the world’s biggest and most powerful media organisation complains so bitterly about other commercial corporations…ones who make an honest living…or at least work for their money?

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6 Responses to CHEERS!

  1. johnnythefish says:

    Makes you wonder who the real fat cats are, doesn’t it?


  2. deegee says:

    There is however an Olympics connection as KPMG has been accused of pocketing £200,000 for a cost cutting report that didn’t recommend cost cutting. I couldn’t find mention of this on the BBC website so presumably it never happened.

    The BBC does interview the company about outsourcing without apparently ever referring to BBC outsourcing. This apparently can be quite a problem for other people.


  3. uncle bup says:

    this would be ten years after the private sector got rid of their final salary pension schemes.


  4. michael holloway says:

    I forgot to post my TVlicense tax off yesterday i will do it tomorrow.


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