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Apologies if this has been done before but it's not coming up in "cunt search". Once upon a time the BBC set up a network of TV broadcasting transmitters across the UK. When new production companies such as ITV and Channels 4 and 5 came along they used the BBC's equipment to transmit there programmes. In summary a license to view TV could be justified. What about now though? Sky does not use any of the BBC's equipment. Much media is available over the internet now too. Netflix, love film , neither of these use the Beebs equipment. All these other companies are self funding. Why then are we still forced to pay a license to a company that holds no broadcast patents. Not just a cunt, but one thats bordering on being a tax.

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  • 6 years later...

It looks like the license fee and all legal strings attached, will remain firmly in place until 2038 -  all of the super-compensated executives can breathe a sigh of relief, while the non-paying sneaky public may trifle with a hefty fine or a potential spell in the clink should they catch a freebie here and there. How much is it nowadays?

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