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  • British pub culture declines as Netflix thrives
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British pub culture declines as Netflix thrives

Research conducted by EMW law firm shows that pubs in Britain are suffering, while 24-hour alcohol licenses are losing their value. The findings reflect Gen Yers changing ideas of leisure, with dating apps and services such as Netflix occupying a large amount of their free time.

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