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Remove Temporary Event Notices from Licensing Act 2005

Comment 21st July 2010

The law requires the organisers of a church socal to pay for a Temporary Event Notice so they sell a glass of wine.  It would be best to get rid of TENs completely.  Or at least impose the requirement for TENs on a premisis only after there have been, say, three complaints that require police attendance.

 

Why does this matter?

TENs are petty and offensive to many normally law abbiding folk who want to recover the costs of their social functions by selling a drink or charging admission and then giving a drink away.  Thus it is a law that is frequently broken. 

More freedom, please.

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