Licence payers fund BBC chief's £8m pension
Two BBC bosses have racked up the biggest pensions in the public sector, together worth more than £14m.
Mark Byford, 51, the deputy director general, is to receive a pension of at least £229,500 a year from a pot valued at almost £8m. This could rise to more than £10m if he works at the BBC until the age of 60.
Alan Yentob, 62, the arts presenter and creative director of the BBC, has accumulated a pension worth £6.3m, giving an annual retirement income of £216,667 for the rest of his life, according to new research.
Sunday, July 05, 2009
Tax is a good thing! (continued)
It pays for those things we want?
Posted by Georges at 17:17