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Read this: Lord Hall's axeing of BBC3 is the least worst way of saving money - Media -

Summary: If the reports of BBC3's demise are correct, and I imagine they are, then it is obviously not a time for rejoicing. Surely no-one believed that that the BBC could go on delivering on all fronts when its budget has been constrained due to the licence fee freeze at a time when it has also been required to take on extra commitments. Of all the cuts that could be made, the axing of BBC3 is unquestionably the most sensible or perhaps the least worst. - link

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Thursday, 6 March 2014
Tax Waste
10:39 AM

The BEST thing by far is to scrap the licence Tax
This biased mulit-million wasting long term way over staffed and subscribed public scrounger should hit the gravy train buffers and put all the mega rich riders in the real commercial world to find their true level
Dont Like Pay TV? I have news you have had it for years like it or not
Those who see it as good value can only say that because of all the others who subsidised them.See if they see it the same if they have to make up the shortfall!

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Tax Waste's 2 posts GB flag

1:55 PM

Tax Waste: To be fair, the TV LIcence is optional.

No one is forcing you to have a television set.

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Briantist's 38,899 posts GB flag
Tax Waste
10:19 PM

How right you are about force
How wrong you are about licence, this is a Tax by another name
Is a Credit card a Debt card in reallity?? of course but,they could never call it that

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