Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old

Pensioners gather at BBC protesting the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old

The BBC will operate a self-verification system where individuals aged 75 or over, need to demonstrate their receipt of Pension Credit in order to qualify.

TV Licensing will write to all free over-75 licence holders before May 31 2020 to let them know how they may be affected and what they will need to do.

Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
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Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
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Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
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Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
Pensioners hold a protest at BBC Broadcasting house on Ormeau Avenue in Belfast City Centre after the decision to take away the free TV license for people over 75-years-old
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