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Public consultation exercise
The government wants to know your views on the future of the BBC as part of a public consulation exercise into the corporation's Charter Review.

It wants to receive views on "all aspects of the BBC from as wide a range as possible of viewers, listeners and all other interested individuals and organisations".

You can let the government know your opinion of the BBC - good or bad - by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.

This will take you to a special public consultation website.

It has been split into several key themes upon which the government is looking to canvass opinion.

These are: The BBC today, a changing landscape, publicly-funded services and functions, commercial services, paying for the BBC, organisation and infrastructure, governance, regulation and constitution, accountability and the destination.

All people who respond to the consultation website will have their comments published unless they specifically ask not to or unless there are legal reasons for not publishing the response.

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