The BBC Annual Report and Accounts 2016/17 includes a breakdown of how much of their TV tax is collected and spent in each UK country (apart from England). This is summarised in the table below.
|Country||Report Page||Income £millions||Spend £millions||Withheld £millions||Withheld %|
Interesting that Wales and Northern Ireland get to keep most of their tax but Scotland gives up £88.7 million or 27%.
Also interesting that the BBC do not see the need for a report section for England. Maybe it would then be obvious where Scotland’s missing millions are spent?