We usually avoid the licence fee debate here and for good reason - we're better than Digital Spy after all and I think there is a huge appreciation here for what the BBC can offer, along with criticisms of it's faults.
However I don't think this should go unmentioned - if reports are to be believe the BBC as we know it would be gone within 7 years.
Essentially they want to axe the licence fee and make it subscription based, but seemingly still government controlled. TV channels would be axed, the website scaled back, all but Radio 3 & 4 sold off and more money put into World Service. They'd also ban BBC staff from having lucrative second jobs.
Destroy the BBC and you destroy the British television landscape. If anything now is the time Britain needs to show it's strength and look after it's valuables - the BBC is the envy of the world and one of the best showcases we have for Britain. It needs to be protected, and politicians need to stop subjecting it to lazy threats for easy votes.
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