Speaking Licence or Extra Revenue For Council?

PUBLISHED: 10:34 04 November 2008 | UPDATED: 10:35 04 May 2010

SO ECDC want the Royal Standard to get a speaking licence do they, what would be the situation if these events had some background music, would they not be covered by the music licence. Come off it ECDC it is not a matter of the correct licence but a matt

SO ECDC want the Royal Standard to get a speaking licence do they, what would be the situation if these events had some background music, would they not be covered by the music licence. Come off it ECDC it is not a matter of the correct licence but a matter of raising addition revenue, but what can we expect from local government these days.

GEOFF SMITH

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