The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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The BBC has been struggling to quell anger among female employees since it had to name its best-paid on-air staff last July and disclose their pay bands, revealing that two-thirds of them were men, of whom some were paid far more than female peers.The BBC admits to a gender pay gap of 9 percent, meaning more men are in better-paid jobs, but says this is narrower than the British average of 18 percent.The BBC will propose a pay cap of 320,000 pounds ($450,000) per year for news presenters as part of a wider restructuring of pay, its own media editor reported Tuesday.
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