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What is Crown copyright

All material originated by Government is subject to Crown copyright protection under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. However, local authorities, and most non-departmental public bodies, are not part of Government for Crown copyright purposes. Copyright is effectively the mechanism which controls how people can re-use or copy material. This means that if anyone wishes to photocopy, publish, adapt, download onto a computer system or sell material which is protected by copyright, they need the consent of the legal copyright holder. Consent is usually in the form of copyright licence, except where the requirement for a licence has been waived.

Crown Copyright. Material taken from HM-Treasury. Reproduced under the terms and conditions of the Click-Use Licence.

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