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Policy and Government

CAP supports campaign to suspend TV licence prosecutions

calendar29 March 2022

CAP has signed an open letter urging the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Nadine Dorries MP to suspend TV licensing prosecutions, pending the outcome of the BBC’s Gender Disparity Review. Written by charity and law practice Appeal, the letter urges the UK Government to pay better regard to low income and vulnerable people who are being prosecuted for the non-payment of the fee. CAP supports measures towards fair treatment of low income and vulnerable consumers, and looks forward to hearing the response from Nadine Dorries MP. Read the full letter below.

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