Tom Goodenough

Today in audio: Brexit, the BBC and Corbyn’s dress sense

Today in audio: Brexit, the BBC and Corbyn's dress sense
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David Owen said it was time for Britain to leave the EU. Speaking this morning, the SDP founder said Brexit was a way of restructuring Europe in the way it needed to be. Owen went on to say there was no need for Britain leaving behind the EU to be a damaging process:

Dame Janet Smith published her review into Jimmy Savile at the BBC. She said the management structure of the BBC was deeply referential. Janet Smith - whose report was criticised as an 'expensive whitewash' - said staff didn't speak out 'because they felt it was not their place':

The BBC's Lord Hall said it was a 'grim period' of the corporation's history. Hall said the BBC needed to learn from what had happened:

Elsewhere, the Conservatives Adam Afriyie said Britain was 'such a beautiful and wonderful place' that it was no wonder people wanted to live here. He also insisted that the Government's pledge to cut immigration was an 'aspiration', not a promise:

Jeremy Corbyn hit back at the PM after his jibe at PMQs yesterday over the Labour leader's dress sense. Corbyn said he thought David Cameron was jealous of him getting to shop at Holloway Road market:

After Corbyn said David Cameron was stuck with shopping on Bond Street, Labour's Chuka Umunna admitted shopping there too - but only once: