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BBC television presenters were given no choice but to take jobs without sick pay or maternity leave, leaving them with large tax bills, Lord Hall of Birkenhead has admitted.

Lord Hall, the BBC’s director general, accepted staff were told to offer to become self-employed for the chance to be "a shining star at the BBC".

MPs on the Public Accounts Committee heard how one anonymous presenter was told not to come back from maternity leave unless it was under the new employment arrangement, while another said she tried to kill herself as the tax bills mounted.

Staff were given "an offer they couldn't refuse", and coerced into personal service companies arrangements with no holiday pay or pension rights,...

BBC television presenters were given no choice but to take jobs without sick pay or maternity leave, leaving them with large tax bills, Lord Hall of Birkenhead has admitted.

Lord Hall, the BBC’s director general, accepted staff were told to offer to become self-employed for the chance to be "a shining star at the BBC".

MPs on the Public Accounts Committee heard how one anonymous presenter was told not to come back from maternity leave unless it was under the new employment arrangement, while another said she tried to kill herself as the tax bills mounted.

Staff were given "an offer they couldn't refuse", and coerced into personal service companies arrangements with no holiday pay or pension rights,...

BBC television presenters were given no choice but to take jobs without sick pay or maternity leave, leaving them with large tax bills, Lord Hall of Birkenhead has admitted.

Lord Hall, the BBC’s director general, accepted staff were told to offer to become self-employed for the chance to be "a shining star at the BBC".

MPs on the Public Accounts Committee heard how one anonymous presenter was told not to come back from maternity leave unless it was under the new employment arrangement, while another said she tried to kill herself as the tax bills mounted.

Staff were given "an offer they couldn't refuse", and coerced into personal service companies arrangements with no holiday pay or pension rights,...

BBC television presenters were given no choice but to take jobs without sick pay or maternity leave, leaving them with large tax bills, Lord Hall of Birkenhead has admitted.

Lord Hall, the BBC’s director general, accepted staff were told to offer to become self-employed for the chance to be "a shining star at the BBC".

MPs on the Public Accounts Committee heard how one anonymous presenter was told not to come back from maternity leave unless it was under the new employment arrangement, while another said she tried to kill herself as the tax bills mounted.

Staff were given "an offer they couldn't refuse", and coerced into personal service companies arrangements with no holiday pay or pension rights,...