New laws protect London's oldest music venues

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New laws protect London's oldest music venues

Efforts to protect some of London's oldest music venues have prompted new regulations which campaigners hope will stop the number of grassroots bars and clubs closing. The music industry led drive claims that since 2008, 35% per cent of venues in the capital have closed. James Murtagh-Hopkins has been speaking to London Live News about leading the campaign.

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