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He continued: "Trust and approval are at record highs, our services are in brilliant creative form and we've demonstrated beyond contradiction that the BBC can be just as much of a leader and innovator in the digital age as we once were in the analogue one.
In the mind's eye, we may think of Mrs Beeton as some middle-aged Victorian matron dispensing household advice with the lofty confidence of a schoolmistress whose views are beyond contradiction.