The Director of the Adam Smith Institute, Dr Eamonn Butler, was interviewed and featured in an article for The Federalist on draconian nature of the BBC.
Of the 180,000 people prosecuted in 2012 for not paying the license fee, two-thirds were women. Those prosecuted are usually poor. “The people who find it most difficult to pay the license fee are people in poor families and single mothers. Of all the people who get prosecuted for not paying the fine, they’re almost all single parents. That cannot be right,” says Eamonn Butler, director of the Adam Smith Institute, a free-market think tank in London.
Read the full article here.