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“We would be willing to meet you to discuss ways in which you can correct this disparity so that future generations of women do not face this kind of discrimination.” Speaking at the launch of the annual report, Lord Hall said there was “more to do” on how the licence fee was spent. Are we pushing further and faster than any other major broadcaster? “We've already set a clear and strong target for what we want to achieve by 2020: we want all our lead and presenting roles to be equally divided by men and women.
“This is an opportunity for those of us with strong and loud voices to use them on behalf of all, and for an organisation that had to be pushed into transparency to do the right thing.He said: “As Mr Hall has said, it has thrown up some interesting information with regards to the gender pay gap that he wants to see tackled. “We think that in order for that to happen, this is a very important tool and we would like to see the BBC continue to publish it.” A BBC spokesman said: “We have made significant changes over the last three years but need to do more.Mr Hall has pledged the BBC will go further faster.maybe if there was voluntary celibacy a number of problems would not have happened." According to the Dutch Central Bureau for Statistics, 29 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million identified themselves as Catholics in 2008, making it the largest religion in the country.Some of the BBC's most high-profile female personalities are preparing to revolt if their demands to tackle the gender pay gap are not met.