West Londoners are one of the most honest people in the capital when it comes to paying their TV licence .
New figures show a total 28,000 evaders were caught in the 12 months from July 2016-2017 across the 32 London boroughs.
However, Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea had some of the lowest rates of evasion in the capital, with fewer than 300 people caught.
Not far behind in the second bracket was Hammersmith and Fulham, which had fewer than 450 evaders caught in the 12-month period, Harrow also making an appearance in this group.
Hounslow and Brent fall into the third category (600-900 evaders), while Hillingdon and Ealing enter in the fourth category (900-1,200).
Enfield (2,246) is the worst borough in London for TV licence evasion, closely followed by Croydon (1,758) and Barking & Dagenham (1,660).
|Borough||Number of TV licence evaders|
|Kensington and Chelsea||98|
|Hammersmith and Fulham||405|
Together these boroughs account for more than 20% of all evaders caught in London in the last 12 months.
A TV licence is required if you watch or record live TV on any channel. As of September 2016 you also need a TV licence to watch or download BBC programmes on iPlayer.
Across the UK, evasion remains low, at around 6%, meaning around 94% of homes and businesses across the UK are correctly licensed.
A TV licence for a colour TV costs £147 and £49.50 for a black and white TV.
In some cases, viewers are entitled to a reduced fee TV licence (see table below).
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