Read this: TV Licence laws are changing from September 2016
Summary: Currently households only need a licence to watch broadcast TV - including through Sky and Freeview - however, new laws mean you'll need to hold a 145.50 a year licence to watch live BBC channels, stream or download programmes on demand. According to TV Licensing, if you don't require a licence, you'll need to fill out a 'no licence needed' declaration form - however this may include a household inspection by the TV licence authority. - www.mirror.co.ukRead full article: TV Licence laws are changing from Septem…
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