UK Brexit minister claims British TV cut in EU would be a detriment to Europeans

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    David Frost claimed any attempt by Brussels to take UK content out of the protected quotas would not be good for European TV viewers, adding the government was in favour of ‘free circulation of audiovisual goods’. Speaking to MPs on the foreign affairs select committee, Frost said he and other Brexiters may not have expected the UK’s relationship with EU to be as difficult now as it is.

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