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Tony Hall: BBC director general to step down

Independent Monday, 20 January 2020
He will withdraw from the post this summer after seven years in the role
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Lord Tony Hall will step down as Director-General of the BBC this summer, it has been announced. Lord Hall, who took up the post in April 2013, revealed his decision in a message to BBC staff, saying he will remain in the role for the next six months before leaving in the summer.

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