OK I'm a bit stuck - the OSM boundaries seem fine to me, but how on earth do i get them to display in QGIS?

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@CurrentLandscape: I created a new question for this as it is completely different from your previous legal question. This way both questions can be found and answered more easily.

(06 Feb, 17:05) TZorn

It seems it depends heavily on the QGis version you're using.

Here is an example : tutorial. More info on the OSM wiki.

For county boundaries in UK, you'll search for boundary=administrative and admin_level=10 (according the boundary=administrative wiki page).

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