Dear British Broadcasting Corporation,
1) Could you please provide me with the full costing of the BBC 's TV Licencing campaign to include from year 2010 in a year by year basis Itemised to this date.
Advertisements broadcast on TV
Advertisements on the internet
Paper form Advertisements in the form of posters and flyers (Include Delivery labour)
All 'To the occupier' letters in the post.
All follow up letters after the first TV licencing letter is Ignored/Lost/Binned.
All of your Capita contractors costs for 'cold calling property's' ,and visiting with warrants
All staffing Costs to maintain all the above services
2) The number of people successfully convicted for having no TV Licence from the year 2010 to this present day that incurred the maximum 1000 pound fine.
3) The average fine 'figure' that is handed to successfully convicted persons from the years 2010 to the present
4) Does the BBC have some form of special exemption from the Human Rights ACT 1998 or from the Protection from Harassment ACT 1997
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on 22/12/2017. We will deal with your request as promptly as possible,
and at the latest within 20 working days. If you have any queries about
your request, please contact us at the address below.
The reference number for your request is RFI20171910.
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Please find attached the response to your request for information,
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You have delivered your response far later than the allocated time frame.You are not in a good position to lecture me on how the act works.
I have provided you with my name,if you so badly require my last name then i would of also provided this for you at the earliest opportunity , common sense dictates that you should of asked for it in the first place in order to assist a member of the public in a courteous and professional manner as should be expected from the publicly funded sector, then we would not be having this discussion.
I am now requesting an internal review due to the matters highlighted above.
Mr C Jackson
Dear Mr Jackson,
Please see attached the BBC’s internal review of its response to your
request for information (RFI20171910).
BBC Information Rights Legal