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Standard User 23Prince
(committed) Tue 13-Dec-16 17:12:45
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Re: Using iPlayer or catch up TV , pay for a licence


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Maybe they are also representing the 16.1 million people who didn't vote for brexit?


More than likely the small cult of abusers they have paid and turned a blind to over the past 60 odd years... Most of who didn't want Brexit either. I wonder why.
they are using the licence fees to pay for known jihadi's Abdul Haqq

This all part of forced cultural enrichment, that does not work


Well, we only have to look at the deal with Noel Edmonds to know it's all about the money. As soon as he announced in his purchase contract that he would end the TVL fee they shut him down in a flash.
Standard User toph3r
(experienced) Tue 04-Jul-17 23:02:34
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Re: Using iPlayer or catch up TV , pay for a licence


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From September licence needed.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-36942458


I'll remember that from my house in the US where I stream iPlayer regularly.

Now asking us for a postcode is hilarious; I just put SW1A 2AA.
Standard User csimon
(experienced) Tue 04-Jul-17 23:35:42
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Re: Using iPlayer or catch up TV , pay for a licence


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It's down to the corrupt establishment elite


Forums are full of tripe like that since Brexit, unfortunately. Some sort of new-found arrogance with people who just want to troll everything and everyone. About half the people think that the BBC is right-wing biased. The other half think it's left-wing biased. Half think it's pro-Brexit. Half think it's anti-Brexit.

It's actually quite impartial, the polarised opinions are coming from the people in a country that has rapidly polarised itself in the last 12 months. People judge the BBC relative to their own political positoin, if it doesn't agree with that then it must be extremist in the opposite direction and therefore very very bad.

I wish peole would just step back and think. The BBC is actually a worl-renowned organisation known for its intergiry. Try to put your own prejudices to one side for a moment and look at from outside, compare with other countries. All this poltiical bravado, grass roots "rebelions", smugness and aggressiveness is what has got us into the this mess in the first place.

And getting back to the comment above - the "corrupt sestablishment elite". Ahem. That's just compeltely meaningless. Half the people think the EU is the corrupt establishment elite and right-wing parties like Conservatives and UKIP will lallow us to take back control, the other half see the EU as protection against the corrupt elite which they perceive as right-wing regimes like Conservatives and UKIP.

We are indeed in an extremely divided country at the moment. Everythign's quite even;ly split. Don't talk to me about the "will of the people" etc. The peoples' decision is basically that they are undecided on everything, there is no clear consensus (regardless of what Leave voters might tell you, or Conservative votes claiming that that they won the election). If the BBC displays some anti-Brexit news, then that's just as valid as pro-Brexit news. Just because it doesn't agree with what *you* think, doesn't make it wrong.


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