Scrapping free TV licence for over-75s as BBC looks to fill funding gap could push 50,000 into poverty, report warns

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PLANS to scrap the free TV licence for over-75s risks pushing 50,000 pensioners into poverty, a report has warned. The BBC, which takes back responsibility for the licence fee and its funding next year, is consulting on the move as part of proposals to plug a major funding shortfall. But analysis by Age UK warned […]
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