Is the BBC good value for money?
The BBC's television licence fee could be cut under the government's public spending austerity drive. Do you think the BBC provides good value for money?
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said that the cost of the TV licence fee - which is used to fund the BBC - could be cut under new austerity measures.
On Monday, Education Secretary Michael Gove questioned whether the licence fee was good value for money on the BBC's Today programme.
Do you agree that the licence fee should be cut? Do you think changes should be made at the BBC? Or do you think the licence fee is money well spent? Where would you like to see money spent within the BBC?
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