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perry of metal 🤘 Jul 18
Dude hammerd my mate other day saying he's got a removal company coming round for my buddy'soveing and called his bluff ! The balife hung around 20 mins and pissed of . Don't pay it stand alone and stand as one . They can no longer inforce subscription
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Presentthepast Jul 19
Replying to @BBCNews
An end to the licence fee, then?
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gunner-gal26 Jun 10
Call me naive but can't the BBC raise extra funds by not paying their "stars" and "directors" ridiculously high fees and stop making shite programmes rather than penalising the over 75s.
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John 7h
& will launch £5.99 not a bad price. With itv being involved I'm assuming commercials will be part of the package so that brings up the subject of the
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Mr O So Offensive Jun 10
Dont want to pay the licence fee? Dont watch live tv unplug your cable and get broadband and watch everything on demand simple!
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Nick Mackie Jul 19
So britbox - will folks with a BBC license fee get a reduction?
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Andrew S. Crines 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 17
This would be a massive change in how broadcasting in the UK is done.
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Ian Hyland Jun 11
The free for over-75s debate is a divisive one for sure. I’m just a little wary of tub-thumpers banging on about it as if it were some God given right, when in actual fact it wasn’t even introduced until 1999.
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Ian Dawnay Jun 10
Come on mugging the over 75's? To many TV will be the only voices they hear all day, their only contact with the outside world. This action will potentially force pensioners to give up their TV's because of cost. Shame on you!
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Cameron Walker 📺 Jun 10
Everyone is ripping into the BBC this morning for making over-75’s pay a . Don’t get me wrong, I completely disagree. But many staff are underpaid and the company does not have a huge budget. Please don’t think they’re out to make a profit. It’s more complicated.
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Adam Michie Jun 11
The people foaming at the mouth for having to pay £12.87 a month for unlimited access to 4 advert free TV channels, regional TV broadcasts, umpteen radio stations, a news network, a world service, a content streaming site and a website, have no appreciation of value
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TallulahTangle Jun 10
Seeds of BBC licence fee decision deftly planted by George Osborne
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MariaElena 🌷 Jun 11
Last week pensioners were classed as heroes and this week they've been told they'll lose their free tv license.
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Peej Willo Jun 10
All pensioners should swerve paying the , get sent to jail.. hot meals..medical treatment,company, excersize, aaaaaand free TV. Sound ridiculous? Prisoners get treated better than our pensioners, many of those of veterans. Awful decision
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Guy Lambert Jun 10
I know there are some pensioners who can afford the Licence Fee, but there are loads who can’t. In any case, what kind of society are we to deny older and often housebound people the joy of free television? Shameful. Should never have been dumped onto the BBC
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Kyle Johnson Jun 13
How dare you to charge the children of the 2nd world war with a ?? Didn't they suffer enough?? Absolutely disgusting. It is time to scrap the fee and stop impartial journalism
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OU Autistic Student ♿ 🇵🇸 Jun 11
For those of you bibbling on about how its not the 's fault about the , its the , consider this The BBC has broadcast a constant stream of pro-Tory/ anti- propaganda for years. The BBC gets what it deserves. And it deserves to be scrapped.
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Chris Orton 🇪🇺 Jun 11
McVey says she is ashamed of the BBC over this Licence Fee business. Does she have anything to say about the Conservatives pushing the cost of the World Service onto the Beeb?
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Tom Roles 💬 Jun 11
For all the moaners: the *government* used to fund licence fees for the Over 75s. Now they don't. They wanted the BBC to fund them at a cost of a fifth of the BBC's entire budget. If the BBC had agreed, there'd have been much less BBC to watch. Do. The. Maths.
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Martin Harris MISTC Jul 18
Should be being paid his £1.75m a year from payers money? Pls vote and RT
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