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How much was Jonathan Ross paid by the BBC?

Question asked by: mrquestion

Asked on: 08 Jan 2010

Jonathan Ross was reported to be paid 6m a year - that was the figure always quoted.

However what was quite amusing is that the BBC always said this was an "alleged" or a "reported" salary, as if it didn't know (it was the BBC that was paying him). A bit like a company "alleging" what it pays its staff - a little bit odd really.

For some reason it doesn't have to disclose what it pays despite the freedom of information act supposedly being all-pervading these days, but the major issue is of course that the citizens of Great Britain are what pay all their salaries so surely we are entitled to know!?

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Replied at: 08 Jan 2010
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