Read this: Three cheers for Karen Murphys win over Sky Sports | Michael White | Politics | guardian.co.uk
Summary: Of course, it ought to be a good story for Sun readers how a lone publican challenged corporate might greed, even on behalf of her customers, who want to watch football while having a drink with their mates at the Red, White and Blue in patriotic Portsmouth. Mrs M went to court after a running battle with Premier League lawyers, who invoked copyright laws to insist that only Sky had the right to broadcast their matches in Britain, and have paid a startling 1.6bn for the privilege for the three years to 2013. She won, arguing that the set-up breaches the principles of the EU's internal market agreed by Margaret Thatcher whereby there is free movement of people, goods and services, capital and labour throughout the EU, except in specified circumstances or via derogations of one kind or another. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: Three cheers for Karen Murphys win over …
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