A question plaguing the nation for decades looks set to remain a secret, after a Tribunal ruled in favour of the BBC.
Journalist Gordon McIntosh, a fellow truth-seeker, has been embroiled in a 2-year battle with the Corporation, after it refused to release details about whether or not the Royal Palaces were covered by a valid TV licence.
The BBC, which is well-known for its evasive handling of information requests, told Gordon that the information was exempt from disclosure as it was personal to the Royal Family. Despite Gordon claiming the request was a "glaringly obvious public interest matter", the BBC refused to be moved.
For what it's worth, we're confident that the Queen does pay for her TV licence. She and the Duke of Edinburgh are entitled to £300 a week winter fuel allowance, so they can well afford it!
Of course, with Her Majesty now being 88 years-old, she could claim a "free" TV licence to cover her living accommodation.