Charles Moore leads licence-fee revolt

Former Daily Telegraph editor Charles Moore has used his Saturday column to call for a nationwide BBC licence-fee payers revolt in response to the Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross affair.

And Moore is to lead by example.

He said:

“If Ross is still in post when my television licence next comes up for renewal, I shall keep my television, but refuse to pay the fee.”

The current penalty for licence fee evasion is a fine of up to £1,000 and a criminal record.

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