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12. In section 368Q (application of Part 4A in relation to the Welsh Authority)—
(1) before subsection (1) insert—
“(A1) Section 368BA (advance notification) does not apply in relation to an on-demand programme service provided or to be provided by the Welsh Authority, other than a service that includes advertising.”
(2) in subsection (4) for “(duties of providers of on-demand programme services) does” substitute “(zb), (a), and (b) (duties of providers of on-demand programme services) do”;
(3) in subsection (5), at the end insert “or in the case of a contravention of section 368D(3)(za)”.
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