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Friday, 10 August 2018

TV Licensing Laid Bare: Free eBook Updated


It has been a while in the making (sorry about that), but we've finally got around to the 2018 update of our free ebook, TV Licensing Laid Bare.

TV Licensing Laid Bare contains more than 60 pages of information about the TV licence here in the UK.

The book 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 the 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 regularly harassed by TV Licensing's correspondence and employees.

The 2018 revision has been updated to reflect the way the BBC spends TV licence fee revenue and how the courts punish those convicted of TV licence evasion.

The latest version of TV Licensing Laid Bare can be downloaded free with our compliments from this page. You don't get much for free in this world, so please spread the joy by mentioning it on social media and forwarding it to your friends.

We hope you enjoy reading TV Licensing Laid Bare. If you do, please support the TV Licensing Blog - at no extra expense to yourself - by using our Amazon link for your online shopping.

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