BBC Licence Fee Frozen for next six years

  wids001 18:58 19 Oct 2010
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I get mine for free but this is good news for the masses though!


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  jakimo 19:10 19 Oct 2010

I didn't think anyone lived long enough to get a free one

  NORFOLK SPARKY 19:32 19 Oct 2010

Not good news for the BBC especially as it is for 6 years

  rdave13 21:07 19 Oct 2010

Ah, not to cater for the minority I suppose.

  spuds 22:20 19 Oct 2010

Every little helps I suppose.

With the recession and general "we are all in this together", then the BBC will have to consider how wisely they spend the money. No more high wages, no more jollies etc etc etc.

wid001-- But for how long will the free tv licence be retained for the older citizen. Bit like the free bus pass, and the uncertainty of that concession.

  Alan-Petrie 22:29 19 Oct 2010

If it were up to me there would be no tv license for anyone.

  DANZIG 22:37 19 Oct 2010

On the face of it, this looks good. However, I can see the BBC raising costs of other services - while still keeping the licence fee frozen.

Maybe cynical - but it just might possibly true.

  rdave13 22:44 19 Oct 2010

Bring back the 'test card' between certain night hours. That should save a bit of dosh. After all the majority of viewers are asleep then.

  wiz-king 06:43 20 Oct 2010

Good idea! Could you also arrange children's TV from 4PM until the news at 6PM and testcard again until 9PM - with an occasional interlude to break the monotony? *grin*

  Quickbeam 07:16 20 Oct 2010

If we're to have the nightly shutdown returned, can we have individual national anthems this time. For England I'd like to have Jerusalem agopted.

It seems a lifetime away since er had the nigh time shutdown for TV click here

  Quickbeam 07:19 20 Oct 2010

Here's a proper one... click here

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