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Say NO to EMRO

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Northampton Licensing are considering imposing an 

Early Morning Restriction Order 

on the sale of alcohol at a yet to be specified 
time of anything from MIDNIGHT onwards!

 This could cause most clubs to close, decreasing the bar 
trade and closing many pubs and bars too. Taxi firms, 
fast food joints, and many more businesses will be 
affected and jobs will be lost. This would damage the 
Northampton economy and community. 

A uniform closing time would risk disorder in the 
streets, taxi ranks and elsewhere. It may also result 
in disruptive house parties or illegal raves. 

If you want your nightlife left as it is, then have your say and vote 

 NO TO EMRO

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  • Jenny
    Jenny United Kingdom, Hampton Hill
    Mar 01, 2014
    Mar 01, 2014
    Bar work is the only kind of work readily available to students. If you cut the hours I can work with this proposal, I will have to leave uni.
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