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Pubs in England and Wales could be allowed to stay open 24 hours a day under the biggest shake-up in licensing laws for almost a century. Home Secretary Jack Straw is to publish a white paper on Monday setting out the areas under review - including access for children and measures to reduce disruption caused by drunken customers.


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