Derry politician calls out Stephen Nolan over BBC salary
A politician from Derry has publicly criticised Stephen Nolan for the amount of money he is paid by the BBC.
Sinn Fein MEP, Martina Anderson, Tweeted: "there are mothers & fathers working overnight to buy food & pay TV licence so you get paid + your companies on top of £450,000."
The BBC revealed the salaries of its 96 highest paid presenters and journalists on Wednesday.
Nolan, who was on the list, is paid between £400,000 and £499,000.
The revelation has polarised opinion.