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Wednesday, 29 August 2012

TV Licensing Laid Bare

Over the last few days the TV Licensing Blog has been producing its first information book about the TV licence system here in the UK.

TV Licensing Laid Bare begins by identifying the key players in the TV licence system. The emphasis then shifts towards the legal basis of the fee, and clearly explains circumstances in which a TV licence is required. After a short analysis of how the licence fee is spent the book gives detailed information about how the TV licence is enforced. The book concludes with practical words of advice for the thousands of legally licence free people, who are regularly harassed by TV Licensing's correspondence and employees.

Our new book, TV Licensing Laid Bare, can be downloaded here.

Please share it with anyone else seeking advice about how to deal with TV Licensing.

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