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On 9 July, the Minister wrote a letter to the Committee outlining the process through which this agreement was reached and the next steps.
On 21 July 2015, the EU Internal Market Sub-Committee responded with a letter to the Minister requesting further information on:
The Committee also set out its views regarding the agreement reached on Net Neutrality, which requires new online child protection legislation to be introduced in the UK.
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