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Boris Johnson hints at scrapping BBC licence fee

Prime minister questions whether UK broadcaster should be funded by the public purse
FT.com - Published

Monday evening news briefing: Boris Johnson's surprise attack on the BBC licence fee


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

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Credit: LBC     Duration: 02:38Published

Public reacts to 'disgusting' scrapping of free TV licences for all over-75s [Video]Public reacts to 'disgusting' scrapping of free TV licences for all over-75s

Members of the public in Birmingham give their reaction to the decision not to continue with free TV licences for all over-75s - a policy Downing Street has urged the BBC to look at again.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:44Published

 

General election 2019: Johnson 'could look at' abolishing BBC licence fee

The prime minister questions whether funding the broadcaster out of general taxation "makes sense".
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

BBC licence fee plans for pensioners are 'slow motion car crash', charity warns

bbc licence fee plans for pensioners are 'slow motion car crash', charity warns
"A slow motion car crash is a foregone conclusion if the BBC is allowed to carry on with its means-testing plan"
Wales Online - Published Also reported by •Cambridge News

Cleethorpes MP says BBC 'insults' leave voters over Brexit - but is still worth the licence fee

cleethorpes mp says bbc 'insults' leave voters over brexit - but is still worth the licence fee
Martin Vickers took part in a debate on whether the BBC licence fee should be scrapped
Grimsby Telegraph - Published

Almost 16,000 people in South Lanarkshire will be hit with TV bill

almost 16,000 people in south lanarkshire will be hit with tv bill
Politicians have hit out at BBC licence fee plan for over-75s.
Daily Record - Published

Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw opposes BBC licence fee on Good Morning Britain

exeter mp ben bradshaw opposes bbc licence fee on good morning britain
Mr Bradshaw told Piers Morgan that he wasn't there to 'defend the BBC'
Exeter Express and Echo - Published Also reported by •North Devon JournalTiverton Mid Devon GazetteTorquay Herald Express

Scotland's papers: Johnson tax plans and BBC backlash

scotland's papers: johnson tax plans and bbc backlash
Boris Johnson's tax plans and the fall-out from the BBC's licence fee decision make Scotland's front pages.
BBC News - Published

BBC licence fee backlash: scrapping universal over-75s concession 'will hit 1 million war veterans'


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Newspaper headlines: Gove goads Boris and the BBC faces 'backlash'

newspaper headlines: gove goads boris and the bbc faces 'backlash'
Most of the newspapers focus on changes to the BBC's licence fee and the Tory leadership contest.
BBC News - Published

BBC licence fee decision will 'burden' huge numbers of pensioners, claims DUP's Paisley

DUP MP Ian Paisley has said the BBC is "burdening" a huge number of pensioners after taking the decision to scrap the universal provision of free TV licences for over-75s.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

The BBC are changing the licence fee - how many people will this affect in Scotland

the bbc are changing the licence fee - how many people will this affect in scotland
The new rules will affect eight per cent of people living in Scotland.
Daily Record - Published

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