Revenue or debt collectors to chase TV licence fee dodgers

RTÉ has been putting pressure on the government to deal with the high evasion rate for the TV licence which is costing it up to €40 million per year

15th July, 2018

Minister for Communications Denis Naughten is due to bring a memo to cabinet which proposes using either the Revenue Commissioners or private firms to tackle TV licence fee evaders.

RTÉ has been putting pressure on the government to deal with the high evasion rate for the TV licence which is costing it up to €40 million per year.

Naughten is preparing a memo in the coming weeks to allow the collection of the €160...

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