BBC News bosses have hauled their top male talent in for meetings and forced them to take wage cuts, amid the corporation’s gender pay gap row.
Top presenters including Jeremy Vine, 52, Huw Edwards, 56, and John Humphrys, 74, who each earn over £550,000, all face having their pay
JOHN Humphrys, 74, is a well-respected journalist and television host who was last year named as the highest-paid news presenter at the BBC.
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BBC presenters John Humphrys and Jon Sopel have been slammed by bosses for joking about the gender pay gap.
In an unaired chat before Monday’s Radio 4 Today programme, they discuss Carrie Gracie who quit as China editor last week over pay.
Host Humphrys, 74, says to Sopel: “Slight change