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Bbc To Cut More Than 1,000 Jobs

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Not before time...next abolish the license fee.

...and make it a general tax.

Tax the internet cause a tiny fraction of the population watch their programmes on that.

It's all coming....

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Shortfall in BBC`s income because more than expected claiming they do not watch live TV. -_-

Funny enough had a letter though yesterday no tv licence and said just that.

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Funny enough had a letter though yesterday no tv licence and said just that.

I look forward to the BBc pay cuts...oh now wait...they prefer job losses....Consumer confidence at 15 year high....got to laugh

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1000 jobs to save 150M. Allowing for overheads and the 13% job tax, that says that the average salary of the people going is somewhere north of 75K.

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...and make it a general tax.

Tax the internet cause a tiny fraction of the population watch their programmes on that.

It's all coming....

Not whilst the current government is in charge, but certainly if the left get back in. This is payback time for the Tories remember. They've had 20 years of being skewered by biased audiences and interviewers on QT, Today, etc. so there is absolutely no way they're going to do the BBC any favours.

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Not whilst the current government is in charge, but certainly if the left get back in. This is payback time for the Tories remember. They've had 20 years of being skewered by biased audiences and interviewers on QT, Today, etc. so there is absolutely no way they're going to do the BBC any favours.

Ahhh, the old good cop/bad cop thing. The tories pretend the BBc hate them, meanwhile the BBc spouts their propaganda.

Got to laugh.

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1000 jobs to save 150M. Allowing for overheads and the 13% job tax, that says that the average salary of the people going is somewhere north of 75K.

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Shortfall in BBC`s income because more than expected claiming they do not watch live TV. -_-

Probably goes hand in hand with the success of online steaming content.

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Why doesn't Osborne just flog it off. They sold Royal Mail after announcing it in a budget......and guess what is happening this Thursday?

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