MoneySaving Poll: Should the BBC be downscaled?
edited 21 July 2015 at 2:58PM in Money Saving Polls
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Poll started 21 July 2015
Should the BBC be downscaled?
The Government has launched a consultation on the future of the BBC ahead of its 2016 Royal Charter renewal. Its main focus is, controversially, on downscaling the BBC. So we wanted to test attitudes on this, with some deliberately stark options.
How it works today: You need a TV licence to watch any TV channel (not just BBC), unless you only watch catch-up (see our Do I need a TV licence? guide) – but the TV licence primarily funds BBC TV, national & local radio and BBC online. Overseas services can be funded by commercial profits.
Should the BBC be downscaled? Please choose the option NEAREST to your opinion.
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