BBC salary row: fairness or greed

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Parity of pay matters at the BBC and nationwide, but so do other things.

Women being paid £6,000 a week are saying they are being unfairly treated.

In reality, they are being paid 10 to 20 times more than most workers.

Parity matters, but if people on enormous salaries are pleading unfairness, they are open to being accused of talking greed not need.

People like Gary Lineker and Chris Evans have lost touch with reality over salaries.

That said, I do hope the rumpus at the BBC leads to more common sense about money across the whole country.

Max Nottingham