Read this: Ariel - Can't keep on with cuts, says Bulford
Summary: 24 November 2014 Last updated at 1650 Anne Bulford says the BBC needs to make 400m more annual savings by 2017, but insists that it can't keep on making cuts without repercussions. Speaking in the Sunday Telegraph, the managing director of finance and operations said the BBC had achieved 1.1bn in annual savings since 2007 and was 'on track' to hit 1.5bn by the end of the current charter. 'The conclusions that come through from the report are that we're better run, we're better organised and we're doing more for less,' she told the newspaper. - bbc.co.ukRead full article: Ariel - Can't keep on with cuts, says Bu…
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