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Martin Budden

My response to Ofcom's DEA consultation is here

I am not a lawyer, but in my response I make some quasi-legal points related to the level of evidence required and also whether Ofcom is actually discharging its obligations under the DEA. Any comments to those points would be gratefully received.

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