Richard Simon Sharp is an English former banker who has been the chairman of the BBC since February 2021. Sharp worked at JP Morgan for eight years, and then for 23 years at Goldman Sachs. Broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby said he had been criticised for helping Boris Johnson secure an £800,000 loan during his tenure as Prime Minister and for not disclosing this during the appointment process at the BBC. He used to be the boss of the current UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak at Goldman Sachs. He has donated more than £400,000 to the Conservative Party.
Starmer: BBC impartiality row makes Sharp's job untenable
Sir Keir Starmer calls the position of BBC Chairman Richard Sharp "increasingly untenable" amid the impartiality row with Gary..