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That this House notes that people with a hearing loss of any degree have the right to be able to access the telecommunications network using modernised text relay, captioned relay and video relay services at speeds close to standard conversation; welcomes the statements made by the Minister for Communications in which he urged the telecommunications industry to come forward with solutions to deliver such services in the UK; and calls on the industry to engage with those who require these services and those who provide these services to communicate with Ofcom and with the Department for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport to establish a viable service delivery model which meets the needs of users.
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