Thursday, 4 December 2008
The BBC should stop disturbing people.
Charles Moore's column in the Spectator included the story:
"The Revd Christopher Smith, a vicar in Beckenham, sends me a letter he has just received from TV Licensing, addressed to the ‘Managing Director’, St Michael’s Church. It states (correctly) that the church does not have a television licence, and concludes (falsely) that it is acting ‘against the law’ since ‘businesses’ too must have licences."
Sometimes I wonder why these people seem to have absolutely no intelligence. 15 years ago my mother was nearly arrested because she refused to pay for a colour tv license (she only owned a black and white). The BBC always refuse to see reason. The people who harrass innocent Britons like this should lose their jobs now and quickly. The BBC could save a lot of money from not writing letters to innocents.
Posted by De Spencer Britain