Carrie Gracie has said she resigned as the BBC’s China editor because she could not “collude” in a policy of “unlawful pay discrimination”.
She quit, citing pay inequality with male international editors earning more than her £135,000-a-year salary.
She said she had refused a £45,000 rise as it still left a “big gap” between her and her male counterparts when all she wanted was to be “made equal”.
The BBC has pledged to close the gender pay gap by 2020.
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