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in 2016, George Osborne told the BBC it would have to cover the cost of free licences for over 75s introduced by Gordon Brown in 2001. Shutterstock

Who should pay for TV licences for the over 75s?

When the government shunted its responsibility on to the BBC, it turned the national broadcaster into a welfare agency – now it can't afford it.
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Bad news week for BBC as Murdoch press sharpens claws

It’s to be yet another week of crisis, inspection and introspection for the forever under pressure BBC as the government is set to publish a green paper on Thursday, which will, the Guardian says, signal…
Public service: BBC benefits from funding from its commercial arm. Steve Parsons/PA Wire

BBC flexes its money-making muscles as Guardian calls foul

The BBC has put the cat among the pigeons with the news that its commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, will beef up its presence in Australia by hiring local journalists and launching a dedicated news service…
“Compete and compare”: The future as Tony Hall sees it. Lewis Whyld/PA Wire

Director general’s BBC plans look like the start of a revolution

The debate on the BBC’s forthcoming charter renewal has taken a while to gain momentum. It seemed like the corporation was loath to enter the painful discussion of how the licence fee might be sustained…
There’s much binding in Broadcasting House. Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Flawed and could improve, but BBC is still the best of British

If the current media debate about the future of the BBC is anything to go by, the corporation seems to be facing the gravest crisis of its 92-year history. Indeed, this week a book with the title: “Is…

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