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BBC needs breaking up

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The BBC needs to be broken up. It simply isn't fit for purpose. Its Trust Board is faceless. Its management is chaotic (Tony Hall has his hands his full) and no FTSE 100 company could pay out so much redundancy to at best third rate people without better controls.

The next boring round about the Licence Fee should be pre-emptied by an independent report about what a PBS broadcaster should look like by 2025. BBC3 and BBC4 have both spend £1 billion over ten years - this is an obscene waste of our licence fee.

Let there be a Licence Fee to which the BBC has to bid into; let that Fee be available to other media organisations. Maybe we guarantee the BBC 80% of the Fee but make available the rest for other UK PBS players. It would certainly be good to have a PBS provider for the Internet.


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