No me neither.
TBH I encounter dozens of links on here which go to US sites with dark pattern 'authorisation' screens to give site permission to spy on me despite GDPR. They are often won't allow me to view the page unless I 'agree'.
These are effectively inaccesible to me. US citizens don't see this.
I see that as well, sometimes. Although, I can usually guess beforehand that it will happen. Media websites such as those for TV stations and newspapers are the worst. The domains used are usually visible to me through using uMatrix.
The parliament website is a bit different. There was only one domain, but that domain was being served by Cloudflare. That is only visible by reading the server responses. Even then that could easily be obscured.
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