Helen Boaden, director of BBC News has returned to work today, saying it is not her job to decide if she should still be in post.
She also dismissed suggestions that the public's trust in the national broadcaster had diminished. She said:
"It is still the most trusted news organisation in this country"
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Jobs with decent pay and flexibility are "few and far between" for single parents who are the main earner and carer, said the report.
Coal's share of the power mix had fallen to 7%, while wind climbed to new highs to provide 15% of the country's electricity.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Pence "was ready to take this opportunity."