What about some ideas for the title for Whittingdale's BBC
In 1994, National Heritage Secretary Peter Brooke, for the Tories, introduced "The Future of the BBC: Serving The Nation, Competing Worldwide".
In March 2006, Tessa Jowell, Labour's Secretary of State for Culture Media and Sport, introduced "A public service for all: The BBC in the digital age".
Enough to go on ?
- In May 1981, Home Secretary William Whitelaw, right under the nose of Mrs Thatcher, gave the BBC a 15-year-Charter, with not much notice.