Abolish the Telly Tax? Fat chance, say MPs at non-binding debate

125,000 people tried – and failed

Britons simply don’t understand that “public sector broadcasting” is a “good for all society”, a Labour MP lamented during a Westminster Hall debate on TV licensing.

In spite of the dozen or so MPs who spoke during the 2.5-hour session, the debate managed to almost completely bypass the question of repealing the Telly Tax, as raised by tens of thousands of members of the public.

Source: Abolish the Telly Tax? Fat chance, say MPs at non-binding debate

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