Thinking of removing my TV aerial and satellite dish and hence no connection to live TV broadcasting - but what's the score with broadband if I don't want a TV licence?
Currently the licence is too expensive for the amount of live TV that I watch and it’s apparently possible to claim that a licence is not required http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/check-if-you-need-one/t...
However, for example, live BBC News is available from the BBC web site and it can easily be accessed - although it does carry a warning than a licence is needed to view it. Would the mere fact that live News is streamed from the BBC over broadband mean that a licence is needed?
Wouldn't want to be fined for not having a licence because live UK programmes are streamed over the internet - rather confused by this, has anybody had clarification about the live TV/broadband/licence situation?