In 2006 I stopped paying my TV licence due to their bias reporting which I had been monitoring and complaining about for around 15 years. After the usual letters I received a visit from an inspector who I let in because he said if I didn't he would get a Search Warrant. As he had come a long way I let him in and offered him a cup of tea and he was able to see my TV but I didn't answer any of his questions and off he went.
I was finally taken to court in 2007 for not paying my TV licence and was given a conditional discharge and asked to pay £60 towards the court costs.
After the court case I received the usual letter from TV licencing and replied that I had already been taken to court and given a conditional discharge and would continued to not pay my TV licence as the BBC was still bias finally adding I would file all future correspondence from them on this matter as harassment.
I then moved house in 2008 and in 2011 received a visit from a TV licence inspector who I didn't let in. After the usual letter, which I informed them I would file as evidence of their harassment, I heard no more.
In 2014 a Daily Mail reporter, who was considering writing an article on BBC bias, with my permission, contacted TV licencing and was told I didn't need a licence as I was a business. Where this came from I have no idea but that is what he was told.
Then two weeks ago, out of the blue, I had another visit form TV licencing, who I didn't let in and have now received a follow up letter asking to see my TV licence or quote:-
" The legislation authorises an application to be made to a Magistrate' Court for a 'Search Warrant' to enter and search your premises."
Apparently to my knowledge nobody, who refuses to pay their TV licence because of the BBC's bias, has ever had their home Searched as a result of a Search Warrant being issued.
I am now awaiting developments and if necessary will go to court again - I'll keep you posted on what happens.