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Sandusky on the Thames

In 2007, I interviewed former BBC journalist Robin Aitken for Tech Central Station, who had recently written a Bernard Goldberg-esque book on the bias that he saw daily while working at the BBC. The piece was titled "A Powerfully Corrosive Internal Culture," based on one of Aitken’s observations, a phrase which takes on new meaning with this latest scandal.

(Via Kathy Shaidle, who with black humor writes, “If only BBC employees could get married -- oh wait.”; originally posted at Instapundit.com.)

Update: ‘BBC Scandal Creates Waves for Incoming New York Times CEO.’