Journalists including Naga Munchetty (second from left), Kate Silverton (seventh from left), Kate Adie (in blue coat) and Mariella Frostrup (far right) wait outside London’s Portcullis House on January 31 to support Carrie Gracie as she answers questions at the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee. Picture: Alamy

BBC’s ex-China editor on being forced to make a stand for gender pay equality

Carrie Gracie, who created a furore when she resigned as the British broadcaster’s China editor in protest over ‘unlawful pay discrimination’, reveals why, despite being terrified, she had no choice but to fight

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Journalists including Naga Munchetty (second from left), Kate Silverton (seventh from left), Kate Adie (in blue coat) and Mariella Frostrup (far right) wait outside London’s Portcullis House on January 31 to support Carrie Gracie as she answers questions at the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee. Picture: Alamy
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