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TV Licensing are in court that often that they have regular days of the week when their cases are heard. In a single court session (usually 10 am-1 pm or 2 pm - 4 pm) it is possible for the court to hear hundreds of TV Licensing cases, because quite often the defendant pleads guilty by post or simply fails to respond and is found guilty in their absence. It's a nice little money maker for Capita Business Services Ltd, who are the TV Licensing contractor responsible for bringing prosecutions to court. Normally they ask for around £60-100 in costs for each successful prosecution, which means they can rake in thousands a day in each court. Remember this is happening every week in around 50 different Magistrates' Courts across England and Wales.

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Really annoying they send time chasing people with No TV licences

 

Yet they still let multinational companies in uk get away with not paying their fair share of corporation tax !

 

http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/lords-select/economic-affairs-committee/news/corp-tax-report/

 

The UK faces a serious problem of avoidance of corporation tax
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Please use the quote system, So everyone will know what your referring too, thank you ...

 

 

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