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Crown Copyright

Many UK government documents are protected by Crown Copyright, which can last up to 125 years.

Materials covered typically by Crown Copyright include Acts, Statutory Instruments, explanatory notes to Acts, National Curriculum material, Court forms, press releases etc.

The Government permits materials protected by Crown and Parliamentary copyright to be used quite freely under the Open Government Licence but there are exceptions, especially relating to logos and third party information. Please check the UK Government Licensing Framework for further information.

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