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The Premier League is cracking down on unauthorised pub broadcasts

Pubs ordered to pay total of £30k costs for breaching Premier League copyright

Four pubs in England have been ordered by the High Court to each pay the Premier League costs for breaching copyright by making unauthorised broadcasts of Premier League football in their pubs.

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Pubs fight shy of Xmas Day food, PMA survey reveals

Just one third of pubs open on Christmas Day are serving food, according to a survey of Publican’s Morning Advertiser readers about their festive plans.

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Better Rates for Pubs: Trade calls for action from Chancellor over business rates

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