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TV Licence Buying Likely To Beat Current Record Levels

More people are paying the BBC licence fee than two years ago, despite claims that the growing number of households going without a TV means 500,000 have decided to avoid the charge. The number of licences has continued to rise since March 2014, having previously increased by more than 80,000 between March 2013 and March 2014 to hit a record 25.4m, according to TV Licensing, the body that administers the fee. The latest figures covering the year ending March 2015 will not be released until June.

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