As we await details of further job cuts at BBC News, it seems there's still some way to go to deliver those already promised. In July 2014, it was announced that the shift-filled roles of Foreign Duty Editor and Home News Organiser would be merged, with Newsgathering boss Jonathan Munro promising there would be no loss of expertise in the saving. The unions disagreed.
The two desks still operate separately. Jonathan's latest monthly email, congratulating workers on coverage, makes two spelling mistakes in 'Radavan Karadicz'.