| Commentary

375 Video censorship

| Commentary

375 Video censorship

Pursuant to the Video Recordings Act 1984 it is an offence to supply, or offer to supply or possess for the purpose of supply a video recording containing a work to which the Act applies unless the work has been classified by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) and has been labelled in accordance with the statutory labelling regulations1.

Certain video recordings are exempt if they are designed to inform, educate or instruct or are concerned with sport religion or music or are video games2. However, this exemption is lost if the video recording to any significant

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