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Abolish the TV Licence

Comment 6th September 2010

It's nice not having adverts on BBC channels, but couldn't they find another way to fund the BBC?

The BBC is an organisation set up purely to 'inform, educate and entertain'.  Which is a good thing, but isn't that what all TV channels do? The BBC could stick to their motto still by focussing on the internet instead, which would be cheaper.

All TV owners in the country have to pay for the BBC, yet everyone else in the world can watch it's content for free online!

Why does this matter?

These days, we don't need to be paying out for information, education and entertainment. Especially in times like these.

Most people would still like to own a TV, yet most people are also poor.

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