iTANDARD REPLIES from the BBC, purporting to answer the transPort
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industry's complaints about last month's Brass Tacks anti-lorry elevision programme has been dismissed as "arrogant and rude" Iv at least one senior industry spokesman.
BBC director-general Alasdair Milne, BBC secretary David Holmes, Ind the BBC secretariat have all penned their names to an identical atter sent to the transport industry.
All the letters say: "I am sorry that you should feel that the ndustry was not properly represented in the programme."
Freight Transport Association director-general designate Garry -urvey dismissed the reply, in his case signed by Mr Milne, as 'arrogant and rude".
Leyland Trucks, which complained about the BBC's failure to use naterial filmed on its premises, received an amended reply.