License Fee

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License Fee

An amount of money one must pay in order to acquire a license. For example, one may be required to pay $25 for a driver's license, even after one passes the driver's test. See also: Import license, Export license.
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TV LICENSING and Age UK are urging people aged over 75 to make sure they're claiming their free television licences.
The television licence fee levied for the BBC could be cut as part of the British government's austerity drive, Culture Minister Jeremy Hunt said.
This electronic "swipe and save" card provides a safe way to pay towards the cost of a television licence, and can be used at more than 15,000 PayPoint outlets across the UK.
Culture, Media and Sport Secretary, Tessa Jowell, said the television licence fee settlement would enable the BBC to continue to provide a "strong and distinctive schedule" and remain at the "forefront of broadcasting technology".
I'm sure the local council, the television licence authority and the police will take action if they don't receive their payments.
With the Global Television licence up for renewal this year, in front of the federal Canadian Radio and Television Corporation (CRTC), the chairman of the publications committee of CanWest Global Communications Corp.
Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So has reiterated that the Government adhered strictly to procedural fairness in handling the recent free television licence application.
SIR - I was always led to understand that the purpose of the television licence fee was to finance the BBC, which was not allowed to raise revenue by advertising.
I object to paying my television licence for the rubbish that has been on over the holidays
I NO longer, being 76, pay for a television licence - I do too, due to an illness, have other concessions, for which I am very grateful.
AS a BBC television licence fee payer, I'm sick of watching the BBC news only to hear if I want more details I'll have to go on the internet.
To buy a television licence, phone 084 4800 6732 or visit www.

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