BBC chairman Richard Sharpe resigns after corruption scandal involving ex-premier Johnson

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Chairman of the Board of Directors of the BBC Richard Sharp announced his resignation after a corruption scandal about his appointment as a former Prime Minister of Britain Boris Johnsoninforms the press service of the channel.

The press release said that Sharpe resigned as chairman of the board of directors of the BBC in connection with a report on his corrupt appointment. Earlier it was reported that in 2020 Johnson recommended him for this position.

Johnson helped Sharpe after the second helped the ex-premier arrange an £800,000 loan to pay funds to his ex-wife after a divorce. It was reported that he was obliged to pay alimony to his wife, child care allowances and bills for renovating an apartment on Downing Street.

It was previously reported that the well-known critic of the American President Joe Biden TV presenter Tucker Carlson left the channel fox news.


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