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Brexit Could See Irish People Lose Some Channels From Sky


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There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding Brexit at the moment. 

Just today a massive anti-Brexit march is expected to take place in London this lunchtime, calling for a 2nd referendum.

The 'People's Vote' organisers are expecting more than 100,000 people to attend, and say it could be the biggest UK march since the anti-Iraq war campaign in 2003.

The marchers are to due to gather at Park Lane and march towards Westminster for a rally.

It comes as a new report in The Guardian suggests a number of TV channels could be in jeopardy of being dropped from the Sky Platform in the case of a no-deal Brexit.

According to the newspaper, Sky have written to a number of broadcasters, informing them 
in order to continue broadcasting in European countries, they'll a second licence.

Discovery, Disney, Viacom and Turner are just some of the companies which have been contacted. 


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