There is no moral case to require people to finance BBC services they have no interest in
Julian Jessop quoted in the Financial Times
Julian Jessop quoted in The Sunday Times
Professor Philip Booth writes for Conservative Home
He writes: “The BBC has been financed by a hypothecated tax levied on television sets since 1946. The link between television sets and watching mainstream television no longer has any meaning.”
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