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Old 06-05-2013, 12:50
gilliedew
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You can hardly equate what appear to be consensual adult encounters with "the BBC knew all about his ways".

One is legal. The other is not. If we're going to start berating broadcasters because of hedonism on the part of their celebrities, we might as well just close them all now, and replace all TV with a testcard.

There has been no evidence in the press whatsoever so far that suggests the BBC knew that Hall was engaging in illegal activities. "Immoral", maybe, but morality is relative, subjective, and ultimately irrelevant.
Since when has it been acceptable to have sex in the workplace. It would be a sackable offence even today and companies who turn a blind eye would still feel the force of public condemnation.
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