BBC Chiefs Will Continue Making a ‘Strong Case’ for Investment to U.K. Government

BBC Chiefs Will Continue Making a ‘Strong Case’ for Investment to U.K. Government
After the shock revelation on Sunday that U.K. Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries is planning to freeze the annual licence fee, which is the primary source of income for the BBC, the corporation’s bosses will continue their efforts to secure investment.

In an email sent to BBC staff on Monday, BBC director-general Tim Davie and chair Richard Sharp wrote: “You may have seen news reported over the weekend that the Government believes that the licence fee should be abolished in 2027 and that the Dcms has concluded licence fee discussions with us. We wanted to update you on the latest.
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