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Written Answers — Home Department: Pornography (10 Jul 2006)

Vernon Coaker: ...Ministers have agreed a code of practice with the British Hospitality Association to prevent children under the age of 18 from exposure to video works classified at 18/R18 provided through pay to view systems in hotels.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Digital Television (10 Mar 2003)

Kim Howells: ...transmission, most of them can also be used with set-top box receivers, which enable digital signals to be used by analogue sets. I am sure that even my hon. Friend would admit that the 500,000 free-view systems that have been sold in the past four and a half months are a sign that there is a real appetite on the part of the public and that we shall meet the targets sooner than has been...

Cable Systems and Services (30 Jun 1983)

Mr Peter Griffiths: ..., were to lead to a fall in cinema audiences and revenue. I disagree with one point that my hon. Friend made. He appeared to suggest that he objected more to films being shown on pay-as-you-view systems than he did to the basic package of cable television generally. That is wrong. The showing of a film to a restricted audience on a pay-as-you-view basis would not destroy its commercial...

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