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18:24 2 May 2016
Stopped watching BBC years ago - they are basically a feminist propaganda tool now that occasionally does other stuff.
They violated election law by holding a blatantly biased radio broadcast in Ashfield about women's issues - chaired by a feminist, with a women-only, vetted audience - without holding any balancing debate about men's issues, and they consistently ignore men's issues.
Me333 is right. You are not obliged to support this organisation that hates men. You can still watch TV as long as it's not live without paying the license fee.
15:32 2 May 2016
WHATIF, I will now correct you, as you are wrong. Even TVLicensing state
Do I need a TV Licence if I only ever watch on demand services (e.g. catch-up TV), DVDs or downloaded programmes?
No you don’t. As you’re not watching or recording live TV, you don’t need a licence.
14:24 1 May 2016
Please correct me if this is wrong, but I was under the impression a TV licence was required if you have a television? And not, as the thinking goes, just to watch the BBC. License is required to receive television signals via a TV set. BBC receives funds from the licence fee. BUT the main purpose of the fee is for TV reception. "I never watch the BBC so I shouldn't need a licence " is a misinformed, quaint notion! ( BTW - if you like your programming interrupted by advertising breaks, then fair enough - but you still need a licence.) Roll on the summer!
13:12 30 Apr 2016
Wouldn't it be excellent if you could download a patch for your set-top box which blocks all BBC channels, and the law was changed so you would then not have to pay the £145.50 licence tax ever again.
22:33 27 Apr 2016
I know it's a pain that you have to be impartial as the BBC. I usually completly fight your corner. But please don't describe Katie Hopkins as a 'tabloid queen'. She's in the tabloids, yeah; but usually a queen has some respect. Although you might be right in the sense that most royalty has at sometime or other been forced onto the public without thier consent, and without them liking it - so actually, you might be right. (Although nobody's ever going to grow to like this one.)
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