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Ten Years of Inaction on UK No-Questions-Asked Trade in Portable Antiquities

Oxford Archaeology 2008 Nighthawks and nighthawking report recommendation: 'Implement changes recently introduced in Europe which increase the obligation on sellers of antiquities to provide provenances and establish legal title',what has been done ten years on? What has changed in real terms?
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