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  1. From: Department for Business, Innovation & Skills Prime Ministers Office 10 Downing Street First published: 9 December 2015 New European Commission proposals mean that UK consumers will be able to access digital subscriptions when travelling in other EU countries. For the first time, UK consumers will be able to access digital subscriptions such as Netflix when travelling in other EU countries, thanks to new European Commission proposals championed by the government. Today’s Digital Single Market (DSM) proposals on portability follow repeated calls from the Prime Minister and other UK ministers for the EU to deliver a clear set of digital rights for consumers across member states. As well as allowing them to watch films or sport on subscription services while on holiday, UK consumers will have a clearer set of rules when they buy digital content such as games or music from elsewhere in the EU. This change also reinforces one of the key priorities for the government’s EU reform agenda: reducing red-tape and boosting competitiveness in a way that works for businesses and consumers across the EU. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-leadership-unlocks-pay-tv-for-holidaymakers-inside-eu
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