"glass fronted meeting rooms"

TV Ariel Letters took a break over the past few months because BBC staff stopped sending them anything. The venerable internal magazine moved to digital-only publishing which sent it off the employee radar but happily it's back and the cup runneth over. Steve Blears of Radio 5 live asks:
"Can a member of BBC staff be sacked for not having a TV licence or for having sex on the premises?"
To which Rachel Currie director of Employment BBC People replies:
"We are less sure that there was ever a 'Sex on the Premises' policy. I would have thought our new open plan offices and glass fronted meeting rooms would be a sufficient deterrent these days for all but the most adventurous."
Or as the other Ariel suggests in The Tempest, "I will be correspondent to command, And do my spriting gently."

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