Former BBC News correspondent Jon Sopel has said he believes it was “wrong” of the broadcaster to publish the salaries of its presenters.
In 2018, it emerged that a number of the BBC’s leading male presenters, including Sopel, had agreed to have their pay cut as a result.
BBC sparked controversy when the salaries of top talent earning over £150,000 was revealed in 2017.
The figures released by the BBC in 2017 showed that Sopel earned between £200,000 and £249,999.
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