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The British public house is, as the name suggests, an extension of the home, a place where the working man can go and relax with a pint, a meal and a smoke if he wants.
There can be no sitting on the fence when it comes to the great British public house debate.
The British public house has to cater for a multitude of tastes with people expecting suitable surroundings for everything from the Friday night out with your mates to the quite night with parents or your partner.
When we ask ourselves why his opposition should be so vehement we quickly see that it has nothing to do with fears for the drunken punter, for the sacred atmosphere of the British public house, or for the future of civilisation as we know it.
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