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These moves are part of an attempt to reduce the corporation's £79 million annual bill for senior managers' salaries by a quarter over the next three years.Although staff bonuses were suspended in January 2009, another document released in response to an FOI request shows that £1.5 million was nevertheless paid out in bonuses staff last year.This is significantly lower than the £15.7 million total handed out in bonuses in 2008.The documents released to this newspaper exclude its 'talent', which refers to presenters and contributors, as well as staff at BBC Worldwide, the corporation's commerical arm.Of the BBC's different divisions, BBC Vision, which is responsible for television content, has the largest number of highly-paid staff, taking up around a third of the places on the 100k list.Only around one in 10 of those on the list work in the BBC Journalism group, which oversees news and sport."We don't have anything like enough freedom to scrutinise what the BBC is doing with our money," he said."This will make people fearful that there are people who are unaccountable.
"We are living in an era of transparency and the BBC has to take part in that rather than stand behind the curtain.It shouldn't try to fob people off with superficial information." Richard Bacon, a member of the Public Accounts Committee which questioned Mr Thompson last week over the salaries of the BBC's top presenters, claimed that the National Audit Office should have complete freedom in analysing the corporation's accounts.