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Pubs open longer for England World Cup football games?

8 November 2013 Last updated at 12:28 GMT

The time difference between the UK and Brazil means most pubs should be closing their doors when England play in the World Cup, with some Group C games starting at 11pm British time.

The pub trade and Conservative MP Andrew Griffiths MP have joined forces to campaign for a change to the licensing laws for certain dates through the competition in June 2014.

The Daily Politics' Adam Fleming explained the background, and looked back at the MP, who represents the brewing town of Burton, speaking up in the House of Commons for the exemption.

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