Closed consultation

Notice of consultation on the proposed acquisition by News Corporation of up to 60.9% Of BSkyB Group PLC (revised undertakings in lieu): 30 June 2011

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Original consultation

This consultation ran from 30 June 2011 12:00am to
8 July 2011 11:45pm

Summary

The Secretary of State sought views as to whether the attached revised undertakings in lieu (UIL) are sufficient to remedy, mitigate or prevent the public interest concerns in relation to media plurality raised by this merger.

Documents

Notice of Consultation on the proposed acquisition by News Corporation of up to 60.9% Of BSkyB Group PLC (revised undertakings in lieu) –30 June 2011

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Notice of Consultation on the proposed acquisition by News Corporation of up to 60.9% Of BSkyB Group PLC (revised undertakings in lieu) –30 June 2011

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Consultation description

The Secretary of State sought views as to whether the attached revised undertakings in lieu (UIL) are sufficient to remedy, mitigate or prevent the public interest concerns in relation to media plurality raised by this merger.

For reasons explained in the consultation document below, the Secretary of State did not consult on any competition aspects of the proposed merger.

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