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However, it is thought that the BBC were unable to challenge Channel 4’s offer and a source suggested to The Mirror that considering the show already has the biggest audience of any TV show in Britain, the deal had to be about money.

A spokesperson for Channel 4 told uk: ‘As you’d expect, we’re not able to disclose details of the deal.’ It was originally believed that the corporation offered about £15 million to keep the show for another three years and that they had the backing of the show’s hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, as well as the judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry.

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