Dear British Broadcasting Corporation,
If the BBC suspect a householder us watching tv without a licence and then obtain a search warrant to enter a that persons property. On entering that property how can proof be obtained that they are watching live tv without a licence if...
A: The TV is turned off.
B: The TV is turned on and the occupier is watching a film on catchup TV but not on any bbc channels.
C: If an occupier is watching catchup tv (not bbc chanels) and their cat or dog accidentaly stands on the remote control and switches channels to the bbc for a few seconds. Does that occupier then require a tv licence?
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