Read this: MPs consider trashing compulsory BBC licence fee for subscription service | The Drum
Summary: The BBC licence fee has come under review from MPs, with critics calling into question the ethics behind enforcing the fee during a period of national austerity - especially with the internet offering arguably more competitive content. The fee, first introduced in 1922, currently sits at 145.50 annually and is legally compulsory for all UK TV owners to pay who actively watch live or stream TV. However, MPs claim that this is no longer fair during austerity where public services are seeing cuts. - thedrum.comRead full article: MPs consider trashing compulsory BBC lic…
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