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Summary: Ben Bradshaw pushed through the digital economy bill's second reading last night The government is to sacrifice clauses enabling the national rollout of replacement ITV regional news services and giving Ofcom more power as part of last-minute political horse-trading to get the digital economy bill passed into law. Ben Bradshaw, the culture secretary, has tabled three amendments to the DEB, which passed its second reading late last night with broad cross-party support. About 30 MPs were present in the Commons for the second reading debate. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: Digital economy bill: government forced …
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