This is a framework agreement for the BBC charter. It will enter into force on March 26, 2010 and amend the agreement reached on June 30, 2006 (cm. 6872, ISBN 9780101687225). The first BBC charter was founded by the BBC in 1926 and has since been renewed to its completion. It and any subsequent royal charters have been in place for ten years, with the exception of the 11-year Charter from 2006 to 2017. An accompanying agreement recognises its editorial independence and sets out in detail its public obligations. The current Royal Charter was agreed on September 19, 2006 and came into effect on January 1, 2007 after a lengthy audit process in its entirety. It runs until December 31, 2016. The new draft Royal Charter and the accompanying framework agreement were published on 15 September 2016. The Lords debated it on October 12.

October 18 was followed by a debate in the House of Commons on a request to pass the draft agreement. Some changes have been made to the White Paper proposals, including the publication of workers` wages – the threshold is now expected to be $150,000 – and the composition of the new single board of directors, the majority of which are now appointed by the BBC. Following the discussions, the government presented the Privy Council with the Final Charter, which is expected to come into force on January 1, 2017. The BBC began life as a company and, according to a Crawford committee report, joined a company. The government accepted the committee`s findings and was founded by Royal Charter, the British Broadcasting Corporation. The Charter defines how the BBC should be governed. The BBC Charter is a royal charter that sets out the management arrangements for the British Broadcasting Corporation. This command document was submitted to Parliament by a government minister by Her Majesty`s command. Command documents are considered by the government to have an interest in Parliament, but they should not be submitted by legislation. The trust has guidelines, codes and guidelines that detail how we work. The protocols were categorized into the following categories. They are available on these pages.

Ref: ISBN 9780101785327, Cm. 7853 PDF, 1.76MB, 8 pages If you use auxiliary technology (z.B a screen reader) and you need a version of this document in a more accessible format, send an email official.publishing@nationalarchives.gsi.gov.uk. Please tell us what format you need. This will help us if you say what support technology you are using. A committee of the Scottish Parliament also looked into the role of the BBC in Scotland. After the continued delegation of powers, Holyrood was given a new formalized role in the renewal of the Charter.