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That this House notes with concern the possibility that there may be a steep rise in the BBC licence fee; believes that even at its current level the licence is difficult to pay for many on low and fixed incomes; further believes that any such rise would be particularly hard to justify in the light of the extravagant salaries of some BBC presenters; and concludes that, as the licence fee is effectively a tax on entertainment, any increase in it should only take place after it has been specifically approved by the House on an amendable motion.
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at end add `especially as the weather forecast is still less than satisfactory.'.
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