Avoid 'nul points' during your Eurovision party with a valid TV Licence

AVOID scoring 'nul points' for your Eurovision party by ensuring you have a valid TV Licence.

Millions of homes throughout the UK will be part of the expected 170 million people across the world tuning in to the Eurovision Song Contest tomorrow (Saturday) to see if Britain’s entry, Molly Smitten-Downs, can come away with the top prize.

TV Licensing is reminding party hosts to make sure they have a TV Licence in order to avoid the risk of getting caught on the night and facing prosecution and a possible large fine.

A TV Licence is needed to watch or record TV programmes as they’re being shown on TV as well as to watch live TV over the internet, or on any device, such as a mobile phone or tablet.

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2:57pm Fri 9 May 14

pudniw_gib says...

Im sick of the hassle from these bully boy bastards. We dont watch telly here on tv or online but it seems like they dont believe us and keep insisting they are allowed in to check. I have told them to get a warrant but doubt they will.
I think a new system of revenue collecting is needed. Subscription to ad free telly probably the way to go.
Im sick of the hassle from these bully boy bastards. We dont watch telly here on tv or online but it seems like they dont believe us and keep insisting they are allowed in to check. I have told them to get a warrant but doubt they will. I think a new system of revenue collecting is needed. Subscription to ad free telly probably the way to go. pudniw_gib
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9:26pm Fri 9 May 14

Sao Paulo says...

Would love to know how much the newspapers get for printing BBC TV Licence adverts
Would love to know how much the newspapers get for printing BBC TV Licence adverts Sao Paulo
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