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Source global Wall Street Journal     time 2020-09-04 13:30:50
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Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeActivists have urged over 60s to cancel their TV licence direct debits as a letter goes out to millions of older people who must now pay.

Campaign group Silver Voices has renewed calls for "direct action" which would see rebel pensioners only pay by time consuming cheques and postal orders instead.

60s urged to cancel TV licence direct debit as

An estimated 3.7million elderly people will now have to shell out 157.50 a year to watch television and listen to BBC radio.

The National Pensioners Convention have also been among campaigners protesting against the reimposition of the TV licence fee on the over 75sSilver Voices director Dennis Reed told us in May: "It is callous for the Government to leave this threat hanging over the heads of vulnerable and isolated senior citizens."


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