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Steve Herrmann Steve Herrmann | 05:56 UK time, Friday, 12 June 2009

Across the BBC website we are making a change to the way we present content for audiences inside and outside the UK.

Up to now, people outside the UK who visited the website could select a UK version and those within the UK could select an international version of the site.

A radio button in the "set location" section at the top of the BBC homepage and on the left hand side of News and Sport pages allowed you to switch between versions.

From now on this won't be the case...

Read more and comment at the Editors blog at BBC News.

Steve Herrmann is editor of the BBC News website

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