public house

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ALISTAIR Darling is being urged to use the Budget to save the British public house.
THE landlady of a British public house, who won a large sum of money on the hit British TV show Deal or No Deal, is spending some of her winnings on a trip to Bahrain.
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.
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