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VINTAGE Sex Pistols hit God Save The Queen upset a radio regulator a quarter of a century after the band originally caused havoc. Virgin Radio broadcast the song in April this year just moments after a news item about the death of the Queen Mother.

The Radio Authority upheld a complaint about the scheduling of the track which it said breached its programme code. The music on the programme had been pre-recorded, with the news and weather slotted in later.

Virgin apologised for the ``unintentional and regrettable'' incident.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
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Date:Jul 27, 2002
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