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The BBC is "setting generations against eachother" by saying that free TV licences for the elderly are unfair to the young, broadcaster Esther Rantzen has warned.

Dame Esther – who found fame presenting That’s Life on BBC1 in the 1970s and 1980s – said that for the elderly their television is “not a luxury but a necessity”.

The Government has funded free television licences for the over-75s since 2000 but the BBC will take on the financial burden from June 2020.

The BBC is currently weighing up options ranging from scrapping the free licences altogether to increasing the qualifying age to 80 or making it means-tested.

Writing in The Daily Telegraph, Lord Hall of Birkenhead, the BBC’s director...

The BBC is "setting generations against eachother" by saying that free TV licences for the elderly are unfair to the young, broadcaster Esther Rantzen has warned.

Dame Esther – who found fame presenting That’s Life on BBC1 in the 1970s and 1980s – said that for the elderly their television is “not a luxury but a necessity”.

The Government has funded free television licences for the over-75s since 2000 but the BBC will take on the financial burden from June 2020.

The BBC is currently weighing up options ranging from scrapping the free licences altogether to increasing the qualifying age to 80 or making it means-tested.

Writing in The Daily Telegraph, Lord Hall of Birkenhead, the BBC’s director...

The BBC is "setting generations against eachother" by saying that free TV licences for the elderly are unfair to the young, broadcaster Esther Rantzen has warned.

Dame Esther – who found fame presenting That’s Life on BBC1 in the 1970s and 1980s – said that for the elderly their television is “not a luxury but a necessity”.

The Government has funded free television licences for the over-75s since 2000 but the BBC will take on the financial burden from June 2020.

The BBC is currently weighing up options ranging from scrapping the free licences altogether to increasing the qualifying age to 80 or making it means-tested.

Writing in The Daily Telegraph, Lord Hall of Birkenhead, the BBC’s director...

The BBC is "setting generations against eachother" by saying that free TV licences for the elderly are unfair to the young, broadcaster Esther Rantzen has warned.

Dame Esther – who found fame presenting That’s Life on BBC1 in the 1970s and 1980s – said that for the elderly their television is “not a luxury but a necessity”.

The Government has funded free television licences for the over-75s since 2000 but the BBC will take on the financial burden from June 2020.

The BBC is currently weighing up options ranging from scrapping the free licences altogether to increasing the qualifying age to 80 or making it means-tested.

Writing in The Daily Telegraph, Lord Hall of Birkenhead, the BBC’s director...