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BBC silence over licence loophole: Corporation refuses to say how many households do not need one because they catch-up online
More than a million households do not pay the £145.50 annual fee
Corporation fears it could lose out if the figure was known to the public
Many people legally watch TV through catch-up services such as iPlayer
The BBC yesterday refused to reveal how many households are dodging the licence fee by watching television programmes on the internet.
It is thought many of the one million homes which do not pay the charge watch programmes legally on internet catch-up services, such as the BBC iPlayer, which do not need a licence to use.
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