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White Paper - "A public service for all: the BBC in the digital age" and Draft Royal Charter and Framework Agreement

Closing date for comments was 28 April 2006.

On 14 March the Secretary of State published the Government’s White Paper ‘A public service for all: the BBC in the digital age’ which contains the final decisions on the future of the BBC. It looks at all aspects of the BBC - from its programming and production to its governance and regulation, and its accountability to the public. The proposals contained in the White Paper have been informed by the results of our two phases of consultation, our extensive programme of research, as well as by the series of seminars chaired by Lord Burns and his panel.

PDF Icon White Paper, "A public service for all: the BBC in the digital age" PDF (819kb)

PDF Icon Gwasanaeth cyhoeddus i bawb: y BBC yn yr oes ddigidol (Fersiwn cymraeg - Welsh Version) PDF (696kb)

Your BBC, You've Spoken: White Paper summary leaflets

PDF Icon Your BBC, You've Spoken PDF (50kb)
PDF Icon Eich BBC, Eich Barn - (Fersiwn cymraeg - Welsh Version) PDF (131kb)

Draft Royal Charter and the Framework Agreement

The draft Royal Charter and the Framework Agreement which are the official documents that establish the BBC, also published, on this website, alongside the White Paper. The publication of these documents in draft form allows the public and interested organisations to see how the policy in the White Paper will be translated into the official documents.

PDF Icon Draft Charter and Framework Agreement PDF (794kb) (published online only on 14 March 06 - Revised version now available online)

Closing date for comments was 28 April 2006.

The period for submitting comments on the White Paper and draft Charter and Agreement has now closed. All the responses will be available to read online.

All of the responses will be read and analysed and help inform the final drafting of the Royal Charter and Agreement.

If you have a complaint about how this consultation has been conducted, please address it to:

Liz Sweet
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Strategy Division
2-4 Cockspur Street
LONDON
SW1Y 5DH

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Last update: 28 April 2006

 

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