Boris Johnson's efforts to privatise Channel 4 are in jeopardy due to 'serious ...

Boris Johnson's efforts to privatise Channel 4 are in jeopardy due to 'serious ...
Boris Johnson's efforts to privatise Channel 4 are in jeopardy due to 'serious ...
Boris Johnson's efforts to privatise Channel 4 are in jeopardy because senior mandarins in the Civil Service have 'serious reservations' PM's bid to privatise Channel 4 is jeopardised by opposition from in Civil Service Some senior mandarins are understood to have expressed 'serious reservations' Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden decided channel doesn't have a viable future No 10 was told by Cabinet Office privatisation offers 'no value to the taxpayer'

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Boris Johnson's attempt to privatise Channel 4 is being jeopardised by opposition from within the Civil Service, The Mail on Sunday understands.

Senior mandarins have expressed 'serious reservations' about the plan, which comes after months of tensions between No 10 and the broadcaster over its funding model and allegedly woke agenda.

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Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has concluded that the channel does not have a viable future in the face of the multi-billion budgets of the US streaming giants unless an 'alternative ownership model' is explored. 

But No 10 has been told by the Cabinet Office that privatisation offers 'no value to the taxpayer'.

Boris Johnson's attempt to privatise Channel 4 is being jeopardised by opposition from within the Civil Service, as senior mandarins have expressed 'serious reservations' about the plan

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