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Thursday, 13 June 2013

TV Licensing Blog: Normal Service Resumes

We apologise for the temporary break in transmission, but we've been spending the past few months recharging our batteries and researching our future stories.

In our absence the BBC has been doing a tremendous job of discrediting itself, so there's plenty for us to get our teeth into. Allegations of BBC bullying, backhanders, cover ups and fresh sex abuse scandals have surfaced since our last article back in January. You'd think with all the negative publicity surrounding the noncegate scandal the BBC would be trying desperately hard to get its house in order. Apparently not.

If this is your first visit to the TV Licensing Blog, please be sure to read our About page and download our free ebook, TV Licensing Laid Bare.

Tomorrow we'll be publishing details about the new sport of goon fishing, so please tell your friends and stay tuned!


198kHz said...

You were missed :(

Welcome back :)

33_hertz said...

Great to see you're back!
Good old Auntie Beeb seems to shoot herself in the foot on a regular basis. It was gratifying to see the BBC team at the Bilderberg "Festival" seen off and chased up the road by protesters the other day, too!

admin said...

Thank you both.
We're very pleased to be back.
Let the muck raking and mud slinging commence!

Anonymous said...

Missed you blog and am very very happy to have it back.

admin said...

Thanks GRP.
Looks like I'm a bit late with the Goon Fishing article! Wrote it about eight weeks ago, but didn't want to publish until the time was right.

TV Licensing Watch said...

Hi TV Licensing Blogspot, great to see normal service resumed. You have been missed.

Ray Turner said...

Nice to see you back.