you have to pay a tax per TV in the UK. And you have to pay for TV police (not kidding) to drive around and see if anyone is trying to own a TV and not pay the TV tax for it.
So, you're wrong, you are paying much more than 6 pounds a month.
Wow... lost for words here. You obviously have no idea how the UK TV licence(Tax) works.
You pay your TV licence (£140 a year) per household regardless of how many TVs you own and regardless of what channels you watch or subscribe to. Even if you dont have Sky (Satellite TV) you still pay the licence.
That Licence pays for the BBC which offers 4-5 channels of mostly great TV shows, with no adverts or commercials. It also gives us access to many BBC national, and local radio stations as well as an excellent online 'catchup' facility.