Definition of 'licence fee'
Example sentences containing 'licence fee'
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Why do we pay our licence fee each year for the same films and programmes? The Sun (2016)It will no longer be funded by the licence fee. Times, Sunday Times (2016)BBC1 and the licence fee should be dumped, a think tank has suggested. The Sun (2016)A new licence usually means additional licence fees. Computing (2010)This step does not change the nature of the enforcement of the licence fee,' he said. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It seemed clear that the church's address was being used by students buying a TV who were unwilling to pay the licence fee. Times, Sunday Times (2016)An annual licence fee has been attacked as a tax on dog ownership. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We get less and less sport and soon the licence fee will go up. The Sun (2015)The exact amount depends on the next licence fee settlement. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Is this why we pay our licence fee? Times, Sunday Times (2008)If so, why do we pay a licence fee? The Sun (2007)Performing rights agencies encourage businesses to play music so that they can charge for licence fees and argue that music is essential for increased sales. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It caved in over demands for a ridiculously high licence fee deal, which enabled the corporation to feather its own nest. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As a reluctant licence fee payer I have an interest in how my money is spent. The Sun (2008)What has also been dramatically signalled is the beginning of the end for the annual TV licence fee. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The licence fee is not up for renewal until 2016, but negotiations could begin this year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But, most importantly, the fragmentation of the licence fee risks destabilising a broadcasting model that works. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Which, on the face of it, adds up nicely to a case for sharing the licence fee with other broadcasters. Times, Sunday Times (2008)THE TV licence fee has to be stopped. The Sun (2015)This week MPs voted for a review of the criminal sanctions for licence fee dodging, which could mean the introduction of a civil penalty system of fines. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Definition of licence fee from the Collins English Dictionary
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