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The third reading of the Video Recordings Bill took place in the House of Lords on 20 January with no debate
The Bill makes the age-rated classification and supply controls contained in the Video Recordings Act 1984 enforceable in UK courts.
As the Bill is being fast-tracked through Parliament, it now awaits Royal Assent when it will become an Act of Parliament (law) on 21 January.
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