television licence


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television licence

n (Brit) → abbonamento alla televisione
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TELEVISION licence dodgers are being caught watching favourite programmes as they eat.
WATCHING your favourite soap or that crucial football match could cost you a trip to court and up to a pounds 1,000 fine - if you're doing it without a television licence.
MORE than 2.7 million pensioners over the age of 75 have registered for a free television licence.
The cost of the BBC television licence will break the symbolic pounds 100 barrier for the first time next year.
I AM appalled to read that the BBC has squandered pounds 60,000 of television licence payer's money on Tracey Emin statue of a sparrow atop a scaffolding pole.
A NEWSPAPER columnist who refused to pay for a television licence, claiming the fee was a ``poll tax on televisions'' and that it interfered with his human rights, has lost his case and was fined pounds 150.
TELEVISION licence dodgers in Coventry and Warwickshire are being warned that an England defeat may not be the only miserable result of Euro 2000.
Hotels and business should have to buy a television licence for every set they own so that pensioners, the disabled and the poor could be exempt from the charge, a Midland Labour MP said.
Included in university acceptance letters were leaflets warning students what they could expect if they turned up at college without a television licence.
Because she is over 75 she is entitled to a free television licence which covers her primary place of residence, now the home.
TELEVISION licence dodgers in Warwickshire are being warned an England defeat may not be the only miserable result of Euro 2000.
THE television licence fee is to increase by pounds 3 in April next year, the Government has announced.

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