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The BBC has been hit by a series of scandals over the past decade.
Many of the revelations have led to the resignation of its director-general, but others have sparked a wider debate about the BBC.
The news that the BBC is facing the threat of extinction has prompted many to look for ways to support the broadcaster and the programmes it produces.
The BBC’s World Service has a long list of fundraising opportunities for those who would like to support programmes.
In particular, there are a number of ways you can give to the BBC and to the World Service, including by making a donation to the Corporation.
What are the best ways to give?
Here are some ways to help the BBC:Donate through the World Fund’s online donations website and make a donation at the top of each page.
The Corporation will use the money from donations from people who wish to support World Service programmes to support its funding needs.
For more information on how to make a contribution, click here.
Donate to the National Trust by making an online donation at https://www.gov.uk/uktoborg/donate.
Donate by mail to: World Fund, Royal Mail Box 5, London SW1A 3BA.
Give to the British Library by making online donations at https:www.britishlibrary.org/support/donations.
Donations are not tax deductible and can be made by cheque, cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or PayPal.
Make a donation by phone at 01918 611 997, or by completing and sending an online form to donate online.
You can also donate through our online donations form.
Please note: All donations made to the Royal Mail are not taxable and may be subject to additional charges.
Please call the Royal Post Office on 020 7261 1211 to make an enquiry about whether a donation may be exempt.
The charity’s annual report, which is published every year, provides details of all the organisations that made donations to the organisation in the year to 31 December 2016.
The charity’s most recent report provides information on all donations made in the previous financial year.
The report includes information on the number of donors, the number donated, the amount donated and the organisation’s contribution to the UK’s economy and the economy of the UK as a whole.
What is the UK?
The UK is a United Kingdom and a Commonwealth country.
It was founded in 1707.
Its constitution says that the country is “a free and independent state”.
The UK was established in 1973.
The Queen, the Prime Minister, Her Majesty, the Speaker of the House of Commons and the Chief Secretary to the Treasury are members of the Cabinet.
The Queen is the head of the British state and has absolute authority over the Royal Family.
Her Majesty has the power to make appointments and make laws, and has a veto over legislation.
The Governor-General is the deputy head of state and the Secretary of State for the Colonies.
The Governor-Generals is responsible for the affairs of the Colonys and the Commonwealth.
The Colonies are autonomous regions within the UK and are represented in Parliament by a member of the Queen’s Cabinet.
The Crown includes the monarch, the House and the Senate of the Commonwealth, as well as the Government of the Crown and the Treasury.
The Government of Ireland is the State responsible for administration of the affairs and territories of the United Kingdom.
The Commonwealth is a grouping of Commonwealth countries with a common language, culture, laws and customs, legal system and social system.
It is a federation of 27 nations and territories.
The Commonwealth includes Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States of America, Puerto Rico, the Republic of Korea, the British Virgin Islands and a number other countries.
The UK Government is led by the Prime Minster.
The Cabinet consists of the Prime Ministers, the Chief of the General Staff, the Director-General of the BBC, the Secretary-General, the Deputy Chief of State and the Director of Communications.
The Secretary-Ministers is the person responsible for managing the Government’s work.
The Treasury is the main agency responsible for economic policy and taxation.
The main responsibilities of the Treasury lie in economic management and the control of the finances of the Government.
The House of Lords is a non-parliamentary body of 11 Lords, of whom seven are elected to represent constituencies in the House.
The other seven are appointed by the Governor-In-Council.
The Lords have the power of making appointments to the House, and the power and responsibility of passing laws and carrying out other acts of Parliament.
The United Kingdom is a member state of the European Union.
The European Union is an association of 28 member states with permanent membership.
It includes Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden and the United Republic of Tanzania.
The country’s borders are drawn by the Schengen agreement.
This agreement has not been fully implemented in all member states