Hodge tells BBC HR boss: 'I'm not having any more lies'

The BBC's HR boss Lucy Adams appears before the Commons Public Accounts Committee.

Stewart Jackson said evidence from HR boss Lucy Adams should be taken with "a bit of a pinch of salt" after she previously admitted making a mistake in her evidence to the committee.

Ms Adams, who announced last month she was quitting the BBC, initially told MPs she had not seen a note detailing plans for payoffs to Mark Byford and marketing boss Sharon Baylay - but now admits she helped write it.

She described Mr Jackson's comment as "grossly unfair" and said she made an honest mistake.

Committee chair Margaret Hodge told Ms Adams: "I am not having any more lies this afternoon."