The director general of the BBC on Tuesday defended the institution’s handling of a burgeoning sex abuse scandal involving one of its best-known personalities, saying the corporation was not trying to ‘‘avoid answering questions’’ and had begun inquiries that were ‘‘the opposite of an attempt to hide things.’’
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