The BBC had had to withdraw one of its services "BBC Jam", an education service that can be accessed by schools and parents to help support the National Curriculum, because it might affect commercial enterprises who would normally charge a fee for such services.
It appears the Tories are on the side of the commercial enterprises in the case, certainly this is the opinion I get form reading their quotes on the matter HERE.
If BBC Jam is stopped for good, it will effectively mean that low paid parents will have to pay in order to help their children with their education rather than use a service provided by the BBC. Educational software is far fro cheap, with much of it costing far more than the £30 that is typical for a computer game.
I guess "Dave" won't be telling parents that the Conservatives support removing free educational support from the internet to be replaced by commercial software at commercial prices.