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> Labour attacked that announcement as “proof that an important policy issue has descended into utter shambles”.
And in 2013:
> David Cameron must bring in laws to restrict access to internet pornography and stop images of child abuse from being available online, Labour will say today.
> However, Labour is challenging the Government to go further by bringing in new legal protections, including an automatic block on online pornography unless users "opt-in" and a tighter obligation on web companies to weed out images of child abuse.
Q Which answer in this list is the correct answer to this question?
1. All of the below.
2. None of the below.
3. All of the above.
4. One of the above.
5. None of the above.
6. None of the above.
I'll assume "is the answer" to be "True" and "is not the answer" to be "False" in my explanations to make it more readable.
Lets say 1 is True. This implies - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 are also True. Now, if 2 is True, then it means 3, 4, 5, 6 are False. This contradicts what 1 says. So, 1 cannot be True.
Lets say 2 is True. This implies - 3, 4, 5, 6 are False. If 3 is False, it means both 1 and 2 cannot be True. Since, we've assumed 2 to be True, 1 can indeed be False, so this is consistent. If 4 is False, then it means either less than one or more than one out of 1, 2, 3 are True. Zero out of 1, 2, 3 cannot be True since it contradicts our assumption of 2 being True. So either two or three out of 1, 2, 3 have to be True. Since, we've already established than 1 is False, that leaves 3 to be True along with our assumption of 2 being True. But 3 cannot be True since it contradicts 2. So 2 cannot be True.
Lets say 3 is True. This implies 1, 2 are True. We've already established that 1, 2 are False. Moreover, 2 being True will contradict 3 being True. So 3 cannot be True.
Lets say 4 is True. This implies that exactly one of 1, 2, 3 is True. We've already established that they are False. So 4 cannot be True.
Lets say 5 is True. We now know that 1, 2, 3, 4 are not True. So, this is consistent. We'll come back to this.
Lets say 6 is True. This implies that 5 is False. If 5 is False, it means all of the above 5 - 1, 2 , 3, 4 are True which we've found not to be True. So 6 cannot be True.
That leaves only 5 to be answer to the question.