Copyright & Legal Statement
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and items used on this site for granting us the necessary
permissions for their use. For a list of these institutions,
see the Credits page.
In some cases, despite our best efforts we have not always
been able to locate the copyright holders. If you believe
that any rights that are yours have inadvertently been infringed,
we would ask you to contact us and to accept our apologies.
For private study or non-commercial educational or research
purposes as defined in the Copyright, Designs and Patents
Act 1988 (as amended), material included in this exhibition
may be reproduced without seeking permission. For all other
purposes, permission to reproduce or quote from copyright
material included in the exhibition must be obtained from
the copyright holders, as appropriate, and full acknowledgement
must be made.
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- Individual pupils/students/teachers can download and print
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schools, colleges of further and higher education, universities
and colleges of nursing in the UK.
- Multi-copying for sharing of material in classes is covered
under Educational Recording Agency (ERA) licence arrangements,
provided your school/educational establishment takes out
- If the pupils/students cut, paste and re-order material,
it must be within the context of the classroom only. Neither
S35 of the Copyright Act, nor the ERA Licence permits any
distortions, amendments or mutilations and licensees are
required to respect and maintain the integrity of the work
copied. However, extracts or part of a website or compilations
of extracts can be made, provided it is for the educational
purposes of registered students of the school/educational
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it is for continuation of work started in the classroom,
required by a teacher in the course of their normal educational
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copies of material to parents, or other members of the public,
as it would be impossible for the school to ensure copies
were being taken for personal use only. Copies can, however,
be provided to teachers on in-service courses.
- Public display of a project which includes copies of
material from this website cannot be allowed without specific
permission/licence. This is because the content may not
be 100% Parliamentary Archives copyright and any content
licensed from third parties is unlikely to grant such permissions.
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of any electronic copies of material in accordance with
the ERA Licence principles, this includes labelling all
copies with the date and title, together with the statement,
"This electronic copy is to be used only under the
terms of the ERA".
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administrative or commercial purposes of the school/educational
- On no account should any copies be offered for sale,
sold or hired out. Nor can copies be shown to fee-paying
audiences or non-registered students.
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or inhibit the use and enjoyment of this site by any third
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and services (or to third party products and services), is
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or other tortious action, arising out of or in connection
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or error free, that defects will be corrected, or that this
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or bugs or represents the full functionality, accuracy, reliability
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shall survive, remain in full force and effect and continue
to be binding and enforceable.
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in accordance with the laws of England and Wales. Disputes
arising here from shall be exclusively subject to the jurisdiction
of the courts of England and Wales.
If these Terms and Conditions are not accepted in full, the
use of this site must be terminated immediately.